National Capital District Commission (NCDC) is an administrative authority and operates under the NCDC Act.

This law establishes NCDC, a governing body, for the purpose of providing municipal services to the city of Port Moresby.

Commission has a vision of making Port Moresby City a best and livable city in the South Pacific and has emphasis on improving services delivery under it restructure exercise.

NCDC currently has these vacancies in the Finance Division and seeks to employ suitably qualified and experienced professionals on the following positions.


The position reports to the Financial Controller for the direction, coordination and monitoring of all functions of the Accounts Payable and Treasury Sections. The main purpose is to analyze proposed projects of other divisions in identifying financial risks and advice on cost-benefits and overseeing of each activity in accordance with the plan, budget and agreed costing. Major Responsibilities


  • Facilitate the analysis of financial risks involved in proposed projects
  • Advise on cost-benefits
  • Overseeing of each project activity in accordance with financial plan.
  • Ensure that expenses are incurred in accordance within the given budget and costing
  • Ensure that the expenses incurred are in accordance with the plan, budget and agreed costing
  • Manage the daily operation of the section through the sectional heads.

Qualification and Experience

  • Degree in Accounting/Commerce with more than 5 years experience as an accountant
  • Associate of CPA-PNG
  • Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and other relevant regulations


Reports to the Management Accountant and administers the accounting applications (Accpac, Tars) that finance will use by allowing users access passwords.

Major Responsibilities

  • Assist the Management Accountant is the preparation of annual accounts by review and reconciliation of financial schedules of Creditors, Debtors, Salaries, Stock Statements and Fixed Assets statements including depreciation values, Bank Account Reconciliation Investments, etc..
  • Undertake critical review of the current management financial control systems and procedures and make appropriate recommendations for improvements
  • Plan and implement sound internal financial accounting control systems to ensure completeness and accuracy of financial accounting data
  • Prepare special / specific executive brief for the office of the Financial Controller and City Manager on matters in relation to finance and accounts management control systems and procedures as and when required
  • Under limited direction undertake needs, a systems data analysis and design and implementation activity which conforms to appropriate standards and policy guidelines and which incorporate modern technical methodologies
  • Undertake system administration functions in relation to applications maintenance in accordance with standards and policy guidelines
  • Participate in ongoing development and re-assessment of standards of systems analysis
  • Maintain records of all modifications to existing management systems and other development systems.

Qualification and Experience

  • Degree in Accounting/Commerce with of more than 5-8 years experience in a similar role
  • Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and other relevant regulations


Oversee and in the operation of electoral funds. Assist in ensuring that all electoral claims and payments are made on a timely basis.

Major Responsibilities

  • Prepare proper and accurate payment listing
  • Facilitate the payment process
  • Ensure all payment vouchers are filed correctly
  • Liaise with other accounts sections so that all transactions are properly/accurately recorded
  • Collect and obtain sources of financial data and ensure accurate input, hence ensure accurate processing of same is reflected in general ledger
  • Maintain and prepare proper/accurate reconciliation of electoral funds.

Qualification and Experience

  • Diploma in Accounting or Commerce with more than 3-5 years experience in a similar role
  • Sound knowledge of the Public Finance Management Act and other relevant regulations


To provide Secretarial duties, screening of telephone calls and attending to employees queries to ensure a smooth operation of the office of the Financial Controller.

Major Responsibilities

  • To oversee the smooth operation of the Financial Controller's Office
  • Registering daily correspondence (In/Out)
  • Screening of all phone calls to FCs Office
  • To attend to queries from employees
  • To inform Financial Controller of the daily work programs for the day (Appointments schedules)
  • Registering of correspondence in/out from FCs Office
  • Respond or draft letters to respond to claims
  • Brief employees on the progress of their correspondence
  • To ensure office of Financial Controller is kept neat and tidy
  • To screening telephone calls to Financial Controllers office and note appointment times.
  • Qualification and Experience
  • Diploma in Office Administration with more than 3-5 years experience in a similar role
  • Knowledgeable in Shorthand and other office procedures


  • Computer literate
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Sound interpersonal skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Report writing skills

Those that applied earlier need not to reapply. Written application with Curriculum Vitae, copies of certificate, telephone contact and the names and contacts of three (3) recent referees to be addressed to:-

The Human Resource Manager
National Capital District Commission
P O Box 7270 Boroko,
National Capital District
or email;

For more information, please contact the Recruitment & Establishment Section on telephone number 3240727.
Application close on Friday, 29th March 2013 at 4:06 pm.
The National Capital District Commission is committed to Equal Opportunity in Employment. Selection is on the basis of merit.