£30328.00 - £33328.00 per annum
about 2 months ago
TPP are proud to be working with a charity that work tirelessly to raise awareness of unpaid carers in the UK. They campaign and work with politicians and decision makers to create real change for unpaid carers throughout the UK.
They are looking for a compliance officer to join their team on a contract until September 2022.
This role is 35 hours a week 9-5pm but can be very flexible. This role can be full time home based or a mix of office and home.
Are you good with numbers? Are you used to preparing for audits? Are you good at working to tight deadlines?
The main purpose of this role:
*Take lead responsibility for ensuring the project meets the funders' compliance requirements for finance claims and participant files.
*Collate finance and participant information for quarterly reports to funders.
*Maintain systems for storing evidence for the project, and taking a lead role in collating evidence for audits conducted by the funders and the Building Better Opportunities Managing Authority (Department for Work and Pensions).
*Play a full part of the wider team, and with programme staff based in Network Partners across London.
Some of the responsibilities for this role are:
Duties to include:
Developing and implementing processes for monitoring, reporting and submitting claims to funders, through the effective and timely collection of participant and financial data from partner organisations.
Taking lead responsibility for checking and signing off financial claims and participant files, ensuring that funders' compliance requirements are met.
Supporting partners to meet compliance requirements through developing and updating guidance, delivering training and one-to-one support, and acting as key point of contact for queries relating to compliance.
Ensuring updates to compliance requirements are implemented and communicated to partners in a timely manner.
Collating financial and participant data to inform progress against budgets and targets
Ensuring data stored on the shared database (CharityLog) is captured for reporting and auditing purposes and adheres to current data protection regulations, and transferring CharityLog files to Trust at the end of the project.
Collating evidence required by the funders and BBO Managing Authority (Department for Work and Pensions) for audits conducted on a quarterly and ad hoc basis.
Conducting audits and quality assurance of evidence collected to date to ensure compliance requirements are met and developing systems to ensure storage of evidence is up-to-date and auditable.
To be successful in this role you will need:
*Supporting the management of a large, target-driven project
*Working with and supporting stakeholders based in numerous locations
*Working closely with, and preparing reports for, funders
*Working with spreadsheets, databases and information sharing sites (e.g. SharePoint)
Ability to understand and interpret complex numerical data
Excellent IT skills, including extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
Good interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop and maintain productive relationships with colleagues and partners
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to prioritise and manage time effectively, including responding to change at short notice
Ability to take a proactive approach to problem-solving
Good understanding of data protection issues
Understanding of equality and diversity
If this role is of interest please get in touch ASAP