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Phone (Pakistan) #00-92-91-2965008, 00-92-300-5904682. maazshakir@yahoo.com


C.A. (Articles Completed): Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. (1990-1994)
M.B.A (Accounts & Finance) PIMSAT University, Peshawar Campus (2003)
Bachelor of Science University of Peshawar (1988)

Designation: Operations and Capacity Development Officer Duration: June 14- June 15
Organization: United Nation Development Programme (UNDP Timor Leste)
Ensure full compliance of operations with UN/UNDP rules, regulations and policies for finance, human resources,
procurement and logistic services.
Manage financial resources of the project and capacity development of the finance and admin staff.
Support quality assurance and develop capacity around compliance/reporting of NGO micro grants recipients from
the project and overall grants management.
Ensure proper planning, expenditure tracking, timely reporting and audit of programme financial resources.
Advice and support for human resource agreements between UNDP and national judiciary institutions.
Facilitate the effective implementation of programme activities/interventions by providing the operational

Designation: Finance & Office Manager Duration: October, 2012- May 14

Organization: Oxford Policy Management
OPM has been awarded a two year contract by EU Pakistan to provide technical assistance to six districts of Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa in improving their financial management for efficient service delivery.
Sets up, manages and maintains financial system and files. Maintain and submit various periodic reports including
budget monitoring reports. Sets Up, Manage and maintain office administration, dealing with tax authorities.
Ensuring compliance with the agreed budget, good accounting and financial management procedures and
practices. Oversees and supervise all types of procurement
Checks and review time sheets and invoices submitted by consultants, Manage payroll, benefits.
Organize and arrange seminars, workshops, meetings and logistics.
Supported team leader in proposal writing.

Designation: Assistant Human Resource Manager Duration: December 20, 2010-January 31, 2012
Organization: Merlin Pakistan
Assist the country management team in assessing staffing requirement i.e. develop of team
structures/organogram and the most cost effective way in which to achieve them.
Coach and train all staff involved in recruitment on best practices and equal opportunities.
To advice and coach line managers and staff on HR policies and best people management practices including
appraisal, staff development, discipline and absence in accordance with INGO policies and legal requirements.
Design, develop and implement HR policies and procedures to ensure legal compliance and best practice within
Pakistan. Providing guidance to staff including employee relations issues
Assist in managing the recruitment process for all national staff by ensuring Merlin policies are properly followed
for transparency, accountability and staff welfare within Pakistan.
Designation: Grants Associate Duration: June 2010 to December 19, 2010
Organization: Chemonics International (USAID)
Coordination with Govt institutions and monitoring all grants documentation.
Conduct base line surveys, Rapid assessment surveys of tourism, fisheries and horticulture.
Provide onsite review of all grants proposals for contractual consistency, accuracy, and compliance with USAID
regulations in Malakand Division at partners office.
Keep abreast of all USAID/Pakistan contracting actions and policies that are relevant to FIRMS grants.
Responsible for the pre-award and post-award management of USAID's FIRMS Project grants within the realm of
USAID's regulations and financial limitations.
Analyzes and processes grant budgets, resolves grant problems with support from the grants Director

Designation: Operation Specialist Duration: 18th April 2007 to 31st October 2009
Organization: United Nation Office for Project Services (East Timor)

Drafting relevant correspondence related to the management area, especially related to national authorities,
civil society, International Partners .Supported and drafted proposals of different component.
Coordinate extensively and timely follow up with service units and liaise frequently with internal team
members both at Headquarters to ensure deadlines are met.
Ensuring logistic arrangements are in place for international and mission visitors
Responsible for the day to day management of the project Financial management, human resource
management, administration, Procurement, asset Management, security and logistics management.
Prepared/Developed monthly, quarterly, yearly financial reports to the donor and APO Bangkok for their input.
Prepared expenditure and budget forecasts for each quarter and prepare draft budget revisions as required.
Establish and maintain financial record in accordance with the established UNOPS financial rules and
regulations and ensure that a proper electronic and paper filling system is in place.
Established and maintained up to date monitoring system of the project budget.
Ensured project procurement activities are timely conducted as per the procurement plan.
Responded to internal/external audit observations.
Supervised HR staff regarding short listing, recruitment, interviews and the provision of staff benefits and
entitlement rules and regulations.

Designation: Field Finance and Compliance Manager Duration: 1st May 2006 to 15th April 2007
Organization: Mercy Corps (Pakistan)

Prepared periodic financial reports of the projects funded by USAID, UNICEF, EC, OFDA and other donor
agencies. Team member of the donor proposal writing.
Budget follow up and compliance as per the donor rules.
Provide assistance to staff in developing programme work plans, budget compliance and tracking of project
activities in line with project implementation plan and utilization of programme budget.
Provide monthly management reports to the Country Director and Program Managers, including expenditures
by cost centre/project, sub-grantee reporting and other financial information, in a timely and accurate
manner. Assist the auditor by providing answers to their queries and by providing all requested
Supervise and trained national staff in accounting, procurement.

Designation: Finance and Admin Manager

Duration: 1st August 2004 to 30th April 2006 and 1st March 2001 to 31st May 2002
Organization: Khwendo Kor, Women & Children Development Programme
Assisted Programme manager in proposal writing of the new projects.
Supervised Finance, administration, procurement, HR and logistic sections.
Prepared project proposals to donors including EU, UNDP, UNICEF and NOVIB.
Liaison with donors, internal and external partners Government counterparts and external auditors to make
available the required records explain & respond queries raised by auditors. Conduct Annual Audit of the
organization and present Accounts to Board of Director of Khwendo Kor.
Identified upcoming vacancies, vacancy announcements, reviews applications and establishes a short-list of
candidates. Arranges and participates in interviews to identify the most suitable candidates. Maintains the
recruitment and staffing databases, and prepares reports as required. Review and approve personnel actions
prepared by Human Resources Assistants.
Arranged logistic support, and procurement to all programme activities.
Facilitate seminars/workshop/dialogues at all level through participatory and interactive approach with active
involvement of media
Designation: Finance Consultant Duration: 1st April 2003 to 31st July 2004
Organization: Monitoring, Evaluation and Training Agency (Afghanistan)
Develop internal control systems to ensure the compliance of all rules & regulation.
Introduce modern computer based accounting and financial management system.
Train, educate, guide and supervise the local Staff to ensure the accounting system (including procedures,
financial statements, book keeping, archiving, reporting) is fully in place.
Design & implement internal control systems.
Conduct appropriate training programs to upgrade skill of field staff.
Advises on major decisions relating to procurement, budget, HR, Project management, finance and
Designation: Finance & Administrative Officer Duration: 1st October 1997 to February 2001
Organization: Brickline/Indus Builders Limited (Zambia)

Brick line/Indus Builders Limited, Building & Civil contractors, Lusaka, Zambia.
Summary of my responsibilities were:
Maintain & Monitor Schedule of Budget vs. Actual Expenditure of each project.
Preparation of Monthly, Quarterly, and annual Financial Report for use of Companys Management.
Bank reconciliation and cash flow requirement. Close co-ordination with external auditors, providing of
required records, explaining & responding queries raised by auditors.
Prepare special reports, policy papers, position papers and briefing notes and participate and/or lead special
human resources projects.
Designation: Accountant/Internal Auditor Duration: 1st June 1995 to September 1997
Organization: Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (Pakistan)
Conduct regular internal audit.
Preparation of Financial Reports and Budgets for donors included EU, IRC, NOVIB, UNHCR, CHRISTIAN AID, and
Develop, implement and monitor of internal accounting system and administrative reforms and procedure.
Monitor day-to-day accounting transactions. Coordinate with banks, donor agencies and other partners.
I was selected by Cranfield University UK as Trainer of Trainer (TOT) in 2001.
I conducted Financial management trainings for more than 200 students of the mine action implementing partners NGO`S of the
United Nations Mine Action Programme of Afghanistan for one to six weeks. I got special certificate for 2001 and 2002 for special
course on basic accounting for finance officers and assistant finance officers of the United Nation Mine action programme
implementing partner organisations. I also conducted training for SDC funded programme of Farm Forestry project of Khyber
Pukhtonkhwa during 2004.
I was visiting Lecturer in Allama Iqbal Open University for Common wealth MBA degree for 2003-2004.