£52000 - £58000 per annum
over 3 years ago
A historical UK health charity headquartered in central London is seeking a Director of Finance & Resources for a permanent role.
The key responsibility of the Director of Finance and Resources is providing effective financial management for the charity and it's other entities, however the post is also accountable for HR and the provision of support services such as IT and facilities management. In this role you will be responsible for meeting all statutory requirements through good governance and ensuring good financial planning, management and monitoring. You must also ensure that the organisation effectively prioritises its resources to deliver its strategic and business objectives.
As a qualified finance professional (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) you will be a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT), reporting directly to the Chief Executive. You will regularly report to the Board of Trustees and will act as Company Secretary, ensuring that Trustees meet their legal and regulatory duties.
Typical duties include:
-Ensure good financial management of the charity and its trading subsidiary
-Draw up, monitor and review annual budgets and business plans, in conjunction with the Chief Executive, ensuring an adequate system of full cost recovery
-Manage the financial procedures of the organisation, and ensure the financial procedures are regularly reviewed, fit for purpose, and appropriately adhered to
-Provide sound advice to the Chief Executive, the SMT and Trustees, including preparation of monthly financial and performance management reports, and advising on any action required
-Liaise with funders, including overseeing the preparation of financial reports
-Oversee payroll and VAT returns
-Oversee a tendering process of Living Streets IT facility and ensure that IT resources are adequate and provide value for money
-Be the Data controller for Living Streets and ensure compliance with data protection regulations and GDPR.
-Oversee and support the work of the HR Advisor in respect of the HR and recruitment function, including reviewing policies and ensuring efficient HR systems
-Lead on overall risk management to ensure that embedded processes of risk identification, monitoring and mitigation are in place
The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant with experience in a similar broad finance and resources role in a charity setting.
Please send your CV for further consideration.