|Job Title||Head of Finance - Part-time - UK Charity - £50k pro-rata - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£50000 - £51000 per annum + pro-rata|
|Job Published||27 Jun 2017|
|Contact Name||Jamie Reynolds|
A London regional arm of a large UK charity is seeking an experienced and fully-qualified Head of Finance for a part-time (minimum 3 days) role. The successful candidate will report directly to the CEO and will lead on the charity's financial management, alongside other areas such as health & safety, IT and HR (Payroll).
The role will involve:
-Ensuring the provision of robust financial advice to the Chief Executive, the Board of Trustees and other senior management colleagues
-Providing an effective financial management service to the charities and subsidiary companies
-Contribute to the implementation of the organisation's strategic plan, annual and medium term financial planning
-Provide timely advice on new business and project initiatives and develop analysis of performance
-Ensure provision of robust accounting information for use by middle managers in planning and controlling the income and expenditure of the charities and subsidiary companies
-Plan and manage cash flow and support the Treasurer in the management of the charity's investment portfolio
-Ensure the statutory annual accounts for the charity are prepared for consideration by the Board of Trustees and liaise with the auditors
-Be the authorised official for the charities and subsidiary companies for HMRC purposes
-Ensure there is efficient management of outsourced services for payroll
-Oversight management of all legacies and to work in conjunction with Marketing Manager on any promotional materials
-Involvement in management accounts, variance analysis and budgeting
-To lead on procurement and facilities and equipment management, including health and safety
-Review and evaluate the impact of changes and implementation of management systems
-Corporate governance duties as and when required
-Fully-qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA etc)
-Prior experience managing an accounting department of a small or medium sized charity
-Demonstrable experience of managing and motivating a team
-Experience of developing, delivering and monitoring financial strategy.
-Experience in the preparation, monitoring and reporting of budget and financial management information
-Awareness of company secretarial, legal and tax issues relating to companies and ideally charities.
-Excellent communication skills with the ability to present to a broad range of people internally and externally including non-financial specialists.
-Good knowledge of tax and charity VAT
-Experience with health & safety, IT and HR processes and procedures (desirable)
Please send your CV for immediate consideration.
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