• Finance and Administrative Consultant Kathmandu
  • Free the Slaves in Kathmandu, , Nepal
  • jobs
  • 1 month ago

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Company Description

Free the Slaves (FTS) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to ending human trafficking and modern slavery worldwide – with a focus on dismantling the economic, political and social systems that allow slavery to persist. We combine world-class research, innovative frontline community activism, targeted advocacy and compelling communications to alert the world that slavery still exists but can be overcome. We work with grassroots organizations to free people from slavery and help them rebuild their lives. We record and share survivor stories so people in power can see slavery and be inspired to work for freedom. We enlist businesses to clean slavery out of their product supply chains and empower consumers to avoid slavery-tainted products. We work with governments to implement effective anti-slavery laws and hold them to their commitments. We research what works and what does not, so that resources can be efficiently focused. Our headquarters is in... Washington; we have operations in India, Nepal, Ghana, Haiti, Brazil and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. To learn more about Free the Slaves, visit: www.freetheslaves.net.

Job Description

Free the Slaves’ Nepal office is hiring a part time (approximately 3 days/month) finance and administrative staff to support our growing in country operations. This candidate will support Free the Slaves’ Nepal Country Director in managing financial and administrative processes for the Nepal office, which has four local partners.


• Stay abreast of all requirements in order to ensure Free the Slaves complies with all Nepalese statutes and regulations, particularly Social Welfare Council (SWC), including tax-related requirements, annual non-profit reporting requirements, employment requirements and audit requirements, among others

• Ensure that the FTS’ Nepal operation implements procedures to comply with FTS Financial Policies and Procedures, and support FTS headquarters to ensure that the policies and procedures are updated as appropriate to address emerging needs of the field office

• Perform bank transactions, including preparing and transferring wires to civil society partners in Nepal

• Prepare monthly Nepal office expense reports to FTS HQ

• Prepare expense vouchers

• Other finance and administrative duties as assigned




• Masters Degree in accounting, finance, administration or equivalent

• At least three years of experience supporting local or international NGOs in financial and administrative processes

• Familiarity and ease with Excel

• Attention to detail

• Desire and drive to support growing in-country operations

• Flexibility and ability to take on new administrative tasks as needed


• Passion for ending modern slavery and child exploitation

• Work experience with international human rights or development NGOs

Additional Information

How to Apply

Applications should include a tailored cover letter that outlines how your interest, skills and experience meet the qualifications for the position, resume and a list of references. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER AS ONE(1) WORD OR PDF DOCUMENT. Please include your last name in the title of the submitted document.


This is a part-time position with hourly payment rate commensurate with experience. As FTS grows its operations in Nepal, this position has the potential to become a permanent full-time FTS staff position.

Free the Slaves is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in its hiring practices and, in order to build the strongest possible workforce, seeks a diverse applicant pool
Kathmandu Nepal


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