Crisis is the national charity for homeless people. We know that homelessness is not inevitable. We know that together we can end it.
This is an exciting time to join the finance team as we implement our current five-year strategy and provide support to the organisation in managing our expenditure.
About the role
As Finance Coordinator-Expenditure, you will contribute to the delivery of an efficient, effective finance function ensuring accurate and timely financial transaction processing including purchase invoices, staff expenses, credit card transactions and weekly BACS payment runs in line with Crisis financial policies and procedures.
Working within the Accounts Payable team means that you will have the opportunity to come into contact with all teams across the organisation giving you a great understanding of the work that Crisis does.
You will also assist with month end processes to ensure that monthly reports are produced on time.
To be successful in this role you will need to be confident, working closely with other members of the finance team, Crisis staff and external suppliers. You will demonstrate excellent customer service with strong oral and written communication skills.
Our ideal candidate will have good computer and numeracy skills, keen attention to detail, eager to learn with a genuine passion for our work.
As a member of the team you will have access to a wide range of employee benefits including:
-Interest free loans to purchase a train season ticket or a bike or for a deposit to secure a tenancy
-Mandatory pension scheme, with an employer contribution of 8.5%
-25 days’ annual leave which increases with service to 28 days
Alongside our excellent staff benefits, we will support your ongoing development to build your skills, experience and career.
How to apply
If you are as excited by this opportunity as we are, please visit our website to apply online.
If you need any assistance please contact the HR Team, details can be found on our website.
Closing date: Sunday 22nd September 2019
Interview date: Wednesday 2nd October 2019
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness.
Registered Charity Numbers: E&W1082947, SC040094
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Job title: Finance and Administration Team Leader
Region: Aylesford, Kent
Contract: 6 Months Fixed Term, Full Time 35 hours per week
Salary: FTE £25,978 per annum pro rata
About The Royal British Legion
The Legion is at the heart of a national network that supports our Armed Forces community through thick and thin – ensuring their unique contribution is never forgotten. We’ve been here since 1921 and we’ll be here as long as they need us.
Our Values and Behaviours
Does the following describe you?
- A desire to provide a great customer service and support
- Enjoy and thrive in working in teams and with others
- Passionate about supporting the Armed Forces community and honouring their contribution
- Come to work each day to be the best you can and to learn and develop
- An encourager, eager to share your knowledge and experience to help others
If so then we would like you hear from you ….
We are recruiting for a Finance and Administration Team Leader to join our team at the RBL Poppy Appeal based in Aylesford near Maidstone.
Our Poppy Appeal Administrators provide a comprehensive administrative support to our volunteers and regional fundraising staff throughout the year along with the reconciliation of income received into the Poppy Appeal.
We are looking for a positive, professional and motivated individual with excellent customer service skills who is adaptable and patient. Previous experience of working with volunteers would be an advantage. You should be IT literate and have strong numeracy skills along with an analytical approach and be accustomed to working to deadlines whilst still maintaining attention to detail.
How to Apply
Please apply by clicking 'Apply Online'
Closing date for this role is Sunday 29th September 2019
Do you want the opportunity to take full responsibility of Finance in a small organisation that serves the local community? Are you looking to apply your broad Finance experience to further the development of a successful organisation? Are you looking for a 3-4 days per week role that offers high levels of flexibility?
The Part Time Finance Manager will report directly to the Chief Executive. Based in South London, This newly created role reflects the organisation's changing business needs. The homes they own and operate serve the local area, and there are exciting growth plans upcoming, including a significant addition to the number of homes they offer as well as an office move to brand new premises.
Key aspects of the role include:
- Being the sole member of Finance, therefore having full control of the function, working with great autonomy and little supervision
- Ensuring the financial management of the organisation is in line with all policies, procedures and regulatory standards
- Providing the Chief Executive with financial information to present to the Board to give accurate insight into the organisation's financial health
- Liaising with, and building strong relationships with, key stakeholders including Development teams to ensure growth plans are adhered to and new projects continue as planned.
The organisation, despite its small size, is in an excellent place financially, meaning that a newcomer to the business will not find unexpected challenges upon arrival. Instead, you will find a strong working culture that is friendly, flexible and forward thinking. The South London location will also suit candidates looking to avoid travelling into the centre of the city.
To be considered, candidates for the Part Time Finance Manager post should:
- be able to demonstrate the breadth of experience to enable them to single-handedly manage the full finance function
- be a fully qualified accountant
- ideally come from within the Housing sector, though this should not discourage candidates without sector experience from applying.
This role can move quickly, and the deadline may be brought forward if suitable candidates are found - therefore, please do not delay in submitting your application!
If you are looking for a newly created role in the International Development sector, where you can make your mark on a prestigious organisation dramatically increasing its work across Africa and Asia, this International Finance Manager role may be the right next step for you.
With unparallelled opportunities for internal progression, this position will offer the successful candidate the chance to work in a growing organisation, in a role closely linked with overseas teams, delivering a significant positive impact across the world.
The International Finance Manager will oversee global project reporting and forecasting. Responsible for providing management information to global project managers, this position will play a key role in ensuring that projects are financially set up properly and are running smoothly and efficiently. This role will also get involved in developing budgets for proposals and therefore plays a key role in growing the impact of the organisation. You will be responsible for building relationships with regional offices to produce financial reports for donors and will provide insightful analysis to project managers, being a key financial adviser for international stakeholders.
The successful candidate will be a qualified (or finalist) accountant (ACA, CIMA, CIPFA or ACCA) who is either looking to make a move out of practice but has some consultancy expereince, or who has strong budgeting, reporting and forecasting experience ideally gained in an INGO. This client does have a good track record of developing strong candidates and giving great opportunities for progression and if desired, international travel. With one of the leading sector safety and development programs, this is a great opportunity to join a prestigious organisation offering unparalleled progression opportunities.
If you are interested in this position, please apply early as this role may be filled before the closing date.
The Finance & Compliance team at Frontline aspires to provide an excellent service to stakeholders across the organisation and is committed to continuous improvement. This role is a great opportunity to join this supportive and ambitious team and provide administrative support across the team. In particular, you will be responsible for processing purchase invoices via Frontline’s online purchasing software and resolving queries from suppliers and colleagues. You will also lead on logistical arrangements for Board and committee meetings, including liaising with Trustees, to ensure the smooth running of meetings. You will support Frontline to be compliant with its internal policies and external regulations by carrying out internal audit testing and supporting staff to fulfil their compliance responsibilities.
We are looking for an excellent administrator with exceptional organisation skills and attention to detail. To excel in this role you will be skilled at using IT and technology and be able to learn new systems and processes quickly. You will be able to develop relationships and communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders.
For a full job description, please download the job pack.
An exciting opportunity for a Finalist ACCA or CIMA Finance Business Partner to manage the Budgets and Forecasting function in one of the Country's biggest Housing Associations.
Based in London this Organisation is one of London's biggest Housing Associations.
The Finance Business Partner will be responsible for the following duties
- Provide financial support to key Budget Holders.
- Prepare monthly Management Accounts
- Prepare the Annual Preparation of Budgets.
- Provide various analyses to ensure the organisation meets financial targets.
- Support Budget holders with costings for various projects.
The successful Finance Business Partner will be at the Final Stages of ACCA or CIMA studies and have exposure to the Public Sector. Experience of Financial Management across multiple locations and liaising with Budget Holders is essential. Experience of managing and training junior staff is required for the role.
A salary of between £35,000 and £42,000 plus benefits.
£57,500 - £61,000
Are you a CCAB qualified accountant with experience of managing and improving complex accounting systems?
Do you have previous experience of Oracle EBS R12?
This is a fantastic opportunity for a Systems Accountant to join a G15 housing association in London. Reporting to the Head of Finance Systems and Projects you will be responsible for ensuring the accounting systems are fit for purpose and the efficiency of the accounts production.
What's great about this role?
- Excellent annual leave allowance
- Life assurance and pension scheme
- Great Learning & Development opportunities
- Staff discounts at major retailers
- Season ticket loan
- Providing the financial team with guidance and support
- Providing systems training and refresher training to users when required
- Maintaining the finance systems and managing the data within them, providing advice on data interfaces
- Managing the business risks daily
- Carrying out upgrades and user acceptance testing
- Ensuring the appropriate measures are in place for systems access, security and segregation
What you'll need to succeed
- A CCAB qualified accountant
- Proven track record of management and improvement of complex accounting systems
- Experience of Oracle EBS R12
- Previous experience of systems upgrades and implementations
To discuss this Systems Accountant role, get in touch with Sofia Mussa today on 0207 269 6339 or email at . Interviews will be held at the start of next week, so don't miss out on an excellent opportunity!
The consists of five distinct brands: , , , and .
Do you want to lead the strategic development of promoting a charity during a review of exciting changes across the organisation?
Are you looking to join a charity to head up the finance function with ambitious plans for growth over the next couple of years?
Would working in a varied and diverse workplace offering flexible working and a multitude of responsibilities across Finance and Resources excite you?
We are recruiting a Director of Finance and Corporate Services to join a small but forward-thinking charity to manage all aspects of Finance, HR, IT and Facilities during an exciting period of change and growth.
The key responsibilities:
- Manage all HR, IT, Facilities and Administration functions to continue improvements across these areas as the organisation grows
- Hold responsibility for all financial matters, including managing a small team as well as training and developing them to maintain standards across the finance function
- Produce accurate and informative reports in relation to budgeting, forecasting, long-term planning and decision making for relevant stakeholders
- Provide clear communication to budget holders to deliver information in a concise manner
- Implement new ways to secure funding by working closely with the Fundraising team
- Lead the year-end process including the annual audit and liaise closely with auditors
What do they do?
This organisation is going through a period of transition to improve the charity's brand, funding strategies and reporting methods. This role will be critical in delivering the ambitious plans to double their turnover in the next 2-4 years. Reporting directly into the CEO, this will give the candidate the opportunity to really put their stamp on new processes.
They offer flexible working options including the opportunity to work 4 days a week, working from home and flexibility around hours.
The successful candidate:
- A CCAB qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA)
- Ideally have experience of working in the charity sector previously
- Strong experience of leading a finance function
- Ideally have experience of leading multiple areas such as HR, IT and Facilities
- A confident and capable communicator who can present financial information to senior stakeholders and Board members
Applications for the Director of Corporate Services position are being reviewed on a daily basis to please apply now!
Alternative Futures Group – Director of Finance and Performance
Salary: £95,000 - £120,000 dependent upon experience
With a turnover of over £60m, and over 2,500 staff, Alternative Futures Group is one of the largest health and social care charities in the country, and currently supports around 1,200 people across the UK with life-enhancing, person-centred support
A proudly north western organisation, we work locally in the community and through our Treatment and Recovery Centres to provide a wide range of innovative and bespoke care services to people with a diverse range of care needs, including:
- Learning Disabilities
- Physical Disabilities
- Mental Health Concerns
- Substance misuse issues
- Complex care
- Young people in transition
Throughout all of our services we focus on personalised support, tailoring services to the needs and aspirations of each individual; supporting them to lead the lives they want as active citizens in their communities.
We are looking for our next Director of Finance and Performance, who will be a core member of our Executive team with responsibility for development and implementation of our organizational strategy.
The successful candidate will have:
- CCAB qualification
- Substantial experience working at Director or Deputy Director level in a large, complex organisation.
- Experience of Business Planning at a strategic level in a large organisation.
- Experience of working with Boards and senior Executives.
- Experience of managing and leading within organisations undergoing major change both in terms of market disruption and organisational development.
- Experience of converting financial strategy into operational reality.
Knowledge and/or experience of working in the social care, mental health, learning disability and/or charity sector would be useful, but the ability to demonstrate collaborative leadership aligned with Alternative Futures Group’s values is more important.
If you would like to receive an Information Pack for this role, and details on how to apply, please click Apply, or contact Jenny Hills at Harris Hill Executive Search.
Closing date for applications: 9am, Monday 23rd September
Interested in that next CV enhancing role? Want to work for a line manager that prides themselves in developing their staff? Are you a part-qualified accountant interested in improving your managerial skills? Then this is the role for you!
My client is a charity based in London with the goal of helping and supporting young people across the UK, who are looking for a Financial Transactions Manager to join their team in a role filled with great potential for growth.
The main responsibilities of this role are as follows:
- Full responsibility for the Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable functions of the organisation, ensuring that all income and expenditure is correctly accounted for.
- Take the lead in all of the monthly and year-end reconciliations which include, bank, supplier accounts and balance sheet.
- Provide invaluable support to the Financial Controller in the preparation of year-end accounts.
- Full involvement in vital project work that helps the charity to thrive and grow.
- Manage and develop two members of staff, giving them every opportunity to reach their full potential.
This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious part-qualified accountant to work under a line manager who offers fantastic scope for development, through on the job training of key accountancy concepts. Overall this is a CV enhancing opportunity that is full of broad technical and managerial responsibilities that can put the successful candidate on the path to a wonderfully successful career in finance.
The successful candidate will have:
- Part-qualified as an accountant and be actively studying towards completing their qualifications (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, etc.).
- At least a few years' experience within an accounting/finance role.
- Previous experience of producing multiple reconciliations.
- Ideally managerial experience, however, candidates without this are still encouraged to apply.
- Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills (vlookups, pivot tables, etc.).
- The ambition and drive to build a fantastic career in finance.
If you are interested in this position, please apply immediately as applications are reviewed daily and this role may be filled before the closing date.
London Museum that is looking for a newly qualified accountant to join their high performing team.
This internationally renowned museum is based in central London and is one of the most prestigious institutions within the arts and culture sector, attracting visitors from all over the world. The organisation has been steadily growing and diversifying revenue streams, they are currently looking to improve and build their management reporting teams.
- Management accounting activities across the organisation
- Key financial analysis and financial modelling
- Budgeting and forecasting
- Meeting senior stakeholders to support decision making through financial information review
- Working alongside the head of finance on long term forecasting and planning
You will be a newly qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA OR CIMA) with a strong understanding of management reporting, budgeting and forecasting that can be evidenced through experience. This position requires a commercial finance mind-set and the ability to support and build relationships with key stakeholders to help aid decision making.
£40,000 to £50,000
Excellent pension and holiday
Director of Finance & Resources for a charity based in central London
£65,000 full time
4 day working week also considered
It is a strategic and operational role, leading finance, HR, IT and all office/ organisational management, working closely with the Chief Executive.
- Providing strong and effective strategic leadership of the Finance function and team
- Developing business systems and technologies to eliminate manual processes
- Streamlining and automating work flows wherever possible
- Providing the company with deep analysis, data and business insight
- Leading the continued development and implementation of new or improved systems to enhance business effectiveness
- Overseeing the preparation of management information and Communicating of financial and non-financial results
- Managing the process of annual audits carried out by external auditors
- Company-wide budget preparation and ongoing proactive management
- Overall responsibility for working capital management (cashflow forecasting, debtor management, etc)
- Identifying commercial opportunities and driving revenue increases across the organisation
- Responsible for statutory reporting and compliance
Qualified Accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA)
What’s on offer?
Head of Finance - Youth Charity - London - £50,000 - £55,000 per annum
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly regarded charity based in North West London as a Head of Finance and Resources. This is a newly created permanent role after a restructure, in which you will report to the CEO and hold responsibility for the day to day management of the finance function and be leading on the Resources side. You will be managing HR, IT, Facilities, Finance and overseeing Risk and Governance.
The organisation is going through a massive change and we are looking for a very strong Head of Finance and Resources who is able to motivate and lead the team.
You will manage a team of 8 members of staff, with the specific responsibilities:
- Work closely with the CEO on the delivery and operational plans and budget
- Provide strong leadership and line management for all direct reports
- Develop and maintain a system of robust financial controls
- Provide support and financial advice to the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee
- Manage the external audit process
- Working with the CEO and Head of governance, lead and coordinate risk management
Key skills required for this role are:
- CCAB Qualified (ACA / CIMA / ACCA)
- Expert knowledge of current legislation and reporting system such as Charity SORP, FRS 102
- Proven track record of people management and leadership skills
- Commercial acumen
- Very strong experience managing Finance and Resources
Closing date for this role is September 18, 2019 and candidates shortlisted will be invited for an interview w/c 23rd September, 2019.
For further details or for a confidential discussion, please feel free to contact Angela at TPP Finance and Accountancy.
We are looking for a strategic financial leader to join our team and play an instrumental role in helping us achieve our mission to improve the health of women and girls across the globe. You will ensure the financial sustainability of the College, bringing both robust day to day management of the College’s finances and contribute to the development of the business to support the delivery of our strategic ambitions in what is a very exciting time for the organisation.
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists is a professional membership association dedicated to improving women’s healthcare across the world. We do this by setting standards for clinical practice, providing doctors with training and lifelong learning, and working with partners to advocate for women’s health and health care across their life course. We are a global leader in this specialist area and are in our 90th year, supporting 16,000 members in the UK and internationally.
We are a values-led organisation placing high standards, innovation, openness, inclusiveness and trust at the centre of all we do.
About the role
Working closely with the Chief Executive and the Executive team, you will provide financial leadership to the College, supporting our strategic direction. You will do this by contributing to the development of our long-term strategy, ensuring financial sustainability of the College and through your abilities as a leader; empowering teams to do deliver against our corporate goals and objectives.
You will lead on the development of teams within the directorate, ensuring high-quality financial services and strategy are delivered; advising the CEO, Board of Trustees, Officers and Executive Director team on financial and resources matters. You will foster a culture of financial responsibility, ensuring value for money and that robust systems of control are in place.
In addition to your financial management duties, you will take responsibility for business development; overseeing the delivery of growth in existing revenue streams and for the people and technology departments ensuring the College is appropriately resourced and continuously delivers excellent user experience. You will have excellent grasps of leading customer facing teams.
With substantial experience of leading at senior level in a finance function, and in managing a multi-disciplinary team, you will be ACA, ACCA, ACMA, CIPFA qualified or equivalent with excellent IT skills and in the management of a complex VAT environment.
Along with the knowledge you will be joining an organisation making a positive impact on the lives of women and girls across the globe, we offer a friendly working environment and an excellent benefits package including free staff lunches, a full list of benefits can be found on our careers site. You will be located in our brand new bespoke office in London Bridge.
How to apply:
To apply, please visit our website via the Apply button. You will need to submit a CV, Supporting Statement and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
Closing date for applications: 9am Monday 30 September 2019
At RCOG we are committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment. We value diversity, promote equality, and challenge discrimination. We encourage and welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.
Based in London this Payroll Officer presents an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team and be responsible for the Payroll Function in this well known Education Institution.
Based in London this well known and award winning organisation is part of a large international group providing higher education courses.
The Payroll Officer will be responsible for end to end Payroll for up to 1000 staff and the following duties
- Take ownership of the monthly payrolls
- Be the first point of contact for Payroll Queries
- Completion and Submission of P60s and P11ds
- Assisting with System Upgrades and Process Improvements
The successful Payroll Officer will have exposure to a sole payroll role running end to end Payroll for around 1000 members of staff. Knowledge of basic accounting functions is also essential. Exposure to the higher education sector is desirable.
A salary of between £28,000 and £32,000 plus benefits including a generous holiday allowance.