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Support to review and improve financial internal processes

PPS accounting procedures have added complexity because they have procedures and systems that need to support the day to day running of the schools. They also have restricted donor funds that require additional procedures, compliance and separate tracking. A lot of documents are still paper-based and currently there are too many processes, which take a lot of time. In the past many activities were project based with restricted funding but now as they transition to a more regular school system, they need to update and perhaps adjust some processes. Moreover, PPS is seeking to use an online platform/system to link various accounting procedures. The participants are expecting to learn form best practices in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of their current procedures. PPS feel they will benefit greatly from international best practices. Digitizing accounting procedures is not common among organizations in Cambodia.
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The volunteer will help PPS to review/audit its financial internal processes – with the purpose of increasing efficiency while fulfilling compliance requirements. The volunteer will also provide advice on adopting a digital platform for the financial process. The mission should focus on the 4 points listed below: 1- Audit the internal financial processes; 2- Reflection and expertise on the tools used for accounting; 3- Go into the concepts and methodology of service accounting in depth 4- Exchange on the formalization of accounting procedures for the preparation of common digital platform;
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OUI
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Congé solidaire
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Finance Department
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They are from 25 to 42 years old. Finance's department's staff speak English (1 person’s English is minimal) They are 1 man and 4 women and they work as Finance Manager, Accounting Supervisor, Accounting Assistant, Cashier, Procurement & Logistic officer. All employees have Master or Bachelor Degrees. (1 Master Of Business Administration, 2 Bachelor of Accounting Degree and 2 Bachelor of Banking).
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Phare Ponleu Selpak (PPS) or “The Brightness of the Arts” is a non-profit Cambodian association improving the lives of children, young adults, and their families with art schools, educational programs, and social support since 1994. The Issues Today in Battambang, children and families still face many social problems. Children drop out of school, experience domestic violence, drug abuse, and migrate illegally to work in extremely poor conditions in Thailand where they face exploitation and abuse. Their Solutions They take a holistic approach to solving social problems through the arts, education, and social work. Phare Ponleu Selpak seeks to provide education, access to the arts, vocational training, and professional pathways to the children and young adults of their community. Visual and Applied Arts School The Visual and Applied Arts School is the foremost program of its kind in Cambodia. Leisure classes are open to all, introducing children to painting, drawing, and sculpture. The rigorous three year vocational training gives Cambodian youth the chance to build careers in the Fine Arts, Graphic Design, and Animation. Performing Arts School The Performing Arts School gives local children access to circus, theatre, dance, and music. The four year vocational training provides a pathway to employment as a performer. PPSA alumni have gone on to perform and study Europe, Canada, and the United States. Battambang circus performances are held on campus every week. Educational Programs Their community kindergarten helps their youngest students prepare for public school. All kindergarten classes include drawing and painting. Their community library is open to all with books in Khmer, English, and French. The library offers computer classes, literacy classes, and tutoring. The Child Development Center provides a safe space for children to stay outside school hours. Learn more about the great work being done by their Education Department here. Social Support Their Social Support department works to ensure that the children in their community stay in school, live in healthy families, and keep away from drug abuse, domestic violence, and illegal migration. PPS upholds and protects children’s rights through their Child Protection Program. This program provides children with nutritious lunch, school supplies, stipends, and other forms of support. Dedicated international donors help give their children the tools they need to focus on their studies through the monthly sponsorship program. With a US$900,000 annual budget, PPS works with 86 employees, 8 volunteers and has 1,000 members.
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The volunteer will be welcomed at Phnom Penh airport by a driver, then will travel from Phnom Penh to Battambang by bus (approx. 5h). According to the flight schedule, one night in Phnom Penh can be organised prior to transfer to Battambang.
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Phnom Penh [Pochentong]
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PPS will assist with booking of hotel. If one night is needed in Phnom Penh, Planète Urgence will book it for the volunteer
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Laptop
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