| May 22, 2024

Financial Administrator

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Website Netherlands Advisory Board

About the Role

Role: The NAB applies high standards to its financial accountability towards its contributors. We are looking for an all-round financial administrator to support this effort. In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining an accurate financial administration and producing financial management information and reports. You will work in close cooperation with the external accountant Stolp+KAB who maintains the accounts and produces financial statements. You will report to the Managing Director of the NAB and interact regularly with the team on financial matters. You will be part of a dynamic impact-driven environment with the opportunity to be involved on a broad range of topics.



Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Ensure all invoices and expenses are paid in a timely manner and administered correctly. Keep record of all supplier contracts and obligations.
  • Prepare payment requests for funding providers and be the first point of contact for follow-up.
  • Manage the liquidity position of the NAB.
  • Prepare financial reports for management, the Board, and external stakeholders, using the financial administration that is made available via Exact Online. Reporting includes actuals versus budget, forecasts, and specific project allocations.
  • Support preparations for the annual external audit. Look after correct filing and reconciliation of all financial information.
  • Pro-actively support the team on other reporting or administrative tasks.


Personal skills and competences: 

  • MBO degree in financial administration;
  • At least 5 years of relevant working experience, preferably in the non-profit sector in The Netherlands;
  •  Accurate and well-organized;
  • Flexible team-player with a broad interest; •
  • General understanding of accounting for foundations and subsidies is a plus;
  • Affinity with impact investing and social entrepreneurship;
  •  Fluent English writing skills.


 We offer: 

  • An interesting position in the booming field of impact investing;
  • A wide network, with our members and strategic partners;
  • Insight in a purposeful and thriving sector that is represented by the NAB;
  • Enthusiastic and committed colleagues;
  • A professional team with short communication lines in a flexible and small organization;
  • A flexible and hybrid work environment;
  • A market-conform salary (salary scale 6-7, depending on experience, in line with CAO Rijk scales) plus 8% holiday allowance, a 13th month, travel allowance (commuting) and pension contribution.

If you are a talented and motivated professional with a passion for impact, we invite you to apply for the role of Financial Administrator at the NAB. Together, we can make a difference and drive the growth of the impact investing ecosystem in the Netherlands. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds and nationalities but request that the applicant has a valid working permit in the EU.



Send your CV and a short letter of motivation to [email protected]. Applications will be taken into consideration until the position is filled. We prefer the Financial Administrator to start in May, however, the starting date is negotiable. For more information on the vacancy, you can send an email to the above email address.


About the Company

The Netherlands Advisory Board on impact investing (“NAB”) is an independent, non-profit (ANBI)
foundation which aims to accelerate the growth and improve the effectiveness of the impact investing market. It will do this by raising awareness of, addressing barriers to and increasing confidence in investing with impact. Our vision is that in a healthy impact investment ecosystem, investments and savings help in solving social and environmental challenges, as well as seek a financial return. Our mission is to increase the scale and effectiveness of the Dutch impact investment ecosystem to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.To achieve its goals, the NAB coordinates events, communication activities and themed programs or working groups. The activities of the NAB are funded by subsidies and donations.




To apply for this job please visit www.nabimpactinvesting.nl.