Finance Officer


You will be responsible for the overall financial management of our brand new Mario projectin 11 countries in Central Europe. You will manage sub-grantees’ budget plans and financial reporting, advice them on grant management, collect and revise organisations financial reports and donor reporting.

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Professional skills

3 years experience in finance
Experience in granting
EU / CERV budgeting
Experience in financial report
Experience in civil sector

Personal skills

Empathetic Ability to multitask Ability to prioritize tasks Punctual, reliable Strong knowledge of Excel

Advantage, if...

• Studies in accounting, finance, business, economics or administration or experience in the role

• Experience in working with smaller, grassroot civil society organisations

You can start

Jan 2023

Ideal candidate

Independent, well organised and staff may rely on his/her guidance and work. You will also coordinate 7 staff to ensure timely financial management of Mario grants allocation. Oversee complex work procedures as sub-granting to smaller organisations in Central Europe. Open, positive and willing to commit to the organisation values.

Salary range

Gross monthly salary range
630 000 — 640 000 HUF


Coffee Snacks
Conference opportunities In house training Training support
Coaching Team building programs

International atmoshpere and daily exchange with staff from all over the globe as we have offices in London, Kampala and Brussels. You may work partially in home office.


  • monitors and tracks of Mario project expenditures
  • reviews partner and subgrantees’ financial reports, provide feedback
  • collects and revises partner and sub-grantees’ financial reports
  • controlling of procurements, invoices, contracts related to the project
  • contributes to proposal development by designing project budgets

Technologies and tools

Slack Microsoft Teams CRM accounting programmes

How to apply

  • Language of application: English
  • company site

Do not apply, if...

  • Must have solid expereince in financial management, especially in civil sector


Finance and accounting
MA degree
MA degree

Language skills

Fit for negotiation

Office address

Budapest, San Marco u., Magyarország

Work schedule

Weekly working hours
40 hours/week
Working hours
9 - 17

How we work

MRG works on a very tight schedule as we run several projects at the same time. At the same time, we appreciate authonomy and independence in work. It is a flat and democratic organisation where staff is highly involved into decisions.

Your future team

Team size
11-15 person
Team age range
25 - 55

What will you learn

You will learn coordination (at least 7 staff) to ensure timely financial management of grants allocation. You also learn about 11 countries financial procedures and administration. You will enjoy working in a multicultural workplace, meet people with different background. We have bimonthly TRI transformation, innovation and learning sessions, job shadowing and personal coaching.

Our product

Minority rights protection

MRG is an international non-governmental organisation working on the protection of the rights of ethnic, linquistic and religious minority communities.

Our mission

Minority Rights Group Europe (MRGE) is a sister office of Minority Rights Group International (MRGI) working for minority and indigenous peoples’ rights and inclusion for 30 years. We are based in Budapest, Hungary and run projects in Central & Eastern Europe, Russia, the Balkans, Caucasus, Turkey and Central Asia.

What would I miss if I left?

			    									- Project manager

We would miss the exchange and learning from each other.

Julia , Project manager

Office photo

Minority Rights Group - Office photo  - Budapest, San Marco u., Magyarország

What makes our product special

Advocacy Human Rights protection Working with communities

Our story

  1. 1993.01

    Establisment of the Budapest office after London and Uganda

  2. 2001.04

    Expanding to Caucasus and Turkey

  3. 2022.10

    Largest capacity building programme starts in Eastern Europe

How can the employees affect the company’s life?

It is a flat and democratic organisation with staff council and trade union.

Favourite thing in the office

Minority Rights Group - Favourite thing in the office  - Budapest, San Marco u., Magyarország

Trainings and workshops

Trainings every 6 months Transformation, innovation sessoins

Personal coaching

Lightning round

Chalk painting
Average age?
You need only when deadline approaches

Why we love our office

It is bright and sunny. And full of good people.

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Personal qualities we appreciate

Openness, empathy, precision, attention to people and details, cooperation, good time management, positive attitude, tolerance, respect of rights

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