Up to £45000 per annum
over 2 years ago
A leading charity that supports voluntary organisations that work with offenders and their families is seeking an experienced Corporate Services Manager for a role in their central London office.
The successful candidate will manage a small team, and will work alongside external suppliers. You will manage and oversee finance, governance, IT, HR and facilities for the organisation. You will be responsible for ensuring the charity has the systems, resources and processes to achieve maximum impact.
The role will involve:
-With the support of the finance manager, provide effective financial management and control of all financial assets, including investments, bank accounts, and the books and records of the organisation
-Working with the Head of Operations, ensure that the annual budgeting process is robust and effective
-Ensure that management accounts and accompanying reports are accurate, understandable and produced in a timely manner
-Ensure the appropriate management of governance arrangements, providing advice and support to the Board and SLT
-With the CEO, support work to ensure the continuous improvement of the governance framework and structures
-With support from external consultants where needed, manage effective and professional HR, learning and development, volunteer and sessional contractor services, including recruitment, L&D, pay & benefits, performance management
-Manage contracts for premises and other services
-Oversee facilities management and health and safety
-Oversee the charity's IT support provision
-Act as an adviser and support to senior leadership team on good practice, regulations and legislation in relation to charity and company management
-Qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA) or similar qualification preferred
-Relevant, recent experience of working in finance, HR, governance and facilities, preferably in the not for profit sector - a purely finance person will not be considered
-Support and line management of staff, carrying out supervision and appraisals.
-Contract management and / or project management experience
-Leadership skills to undertake a complex management role in a national organisation
-Strong Excel and Quickbooks experience desirable but not essential
-Knowledge of regulatory requirements and best practice around financial management, charity governance, project management, budgeting
-Knowledge of current public service reforms and the changing relationship between government and the voluntary sector
-Understanding the nature of the voluntary sector and some of the challenges it faces, including funding, voice, advocacy, campaigning and delivery
-Commitment to the values and ethos of supporting people in the Criminal Justice system
Closing date: 6th September
Please send your CV for consideration.