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This role is an exciting opportunity to use your financial knowledge and problem-solving skills to make a difference in the field of health care research.
The Financial Accountant is responsible for supporting the day-to-day management and the smooth running of the financial accounting operations of Cochrane, which includes leading on financial accounting processes, balance sheet reconciliations and supporting the international payroll. The jobholder will have an important role to create and shape the financial procedures, improve processes, outputs, and analysis for stakeholders.
You will have a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in a similar finance role with a recognised qualification. Part-qualified candidates with particularly strong experience will be considered and supported.
Cochrane is a global, independent network of health practitioners, researchers, patient advocates and others, responding to the challenge of making vast amounts of research evidence useful for informing decisions about health. We do this by synthesizing research findings to produce the best available evidence on what can work, what might harm and where more research is needed. Our work is recognised as the international gold standard for high quality, trusted information.
The Hepatitis C Trust (HCT) is seeking a qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA) or finalist qualified by experience, to take responsibility for maintaining the HCT accounting processes and systems, preparation of monthly management accounts and balance sheet reconciliations, and to support the CEO in preparation of the year-end statutory accounts, budgets and forecasts, all statutory reports, maintenance of internal controls and improvement of processes.Experience of working with/in UK charities and familiar with the Charities SORP.
As Head of Finance you will work closely with and report to the CEO. You will also work closely with Senior Directors at HCT, in particular supporting non-financial staff with managing their departmental and project budgets.
You will have excellent knowledge of Excel and strong experience in management accounting, financial control procedures. Good communication skills, both written and oral, and effective liaison with non-financial stakeholders are essential as are analytical and organisational skills and the ability to set priorities, plan and to meet agreed deadlines.
Experience of developing financial strategy are also desirable, although not essential.
Successful applicants will be expected to undergo a Standard Level Disclosure and Barring Service check.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Part home/Part office (London) based
UNICEF ensures more of the world’s children are vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organisation. We have done more to influence laws and policies to help protect children than anyone else. We get things done. And we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.
This is a great opportunity to join the UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) as the Programme Director for the Baby Friendly Initiative.
As Programme Director, you will be responsible for the overall leadership of the Baby Friendly Initiative. This includes developing and implementing our strategic objectives, whilst successfully championing and upholding the Baby Friendly standards. At its heart, this role is focused on achieving the best possible outcomes for babies, their mothers and families receiving care related to infant feeding in the NHS and UK public services. You will be a key spokesperson for the Baby Friendly Initiative, working side by side with public service partners, the media, political stakeholders, and other sector leaders.
To be successful, you will be a highly experienced, credible, and successful leader in a field relevant to infant feeding, with significant experience working for, or with, the NHS and/or relevant public services. You will have previously led and successfully managed large-scale programmes to deliver transformational change, including applying lessons learnt to drive continual improvement. You will also have experience of dealing with the media and/or acting as an organisational spokesperson and representative.
Closing date: 5pm, Monday 14 February 2022
Interview date: Tuesday, 1 March 2022 via video conferencing (MS Teams)
We are gradually moving back to our offices on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London and we anticipate most colleagues will work one day a week in the office and the rest of the time from home. We are happy to discuss other flexible options to suit your circumstances.
We particularly welcome applications from black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, LGBTQ+ candidates, disabled candidates, because we would like to increase the representation of these groups at this level at UNICEF UK. We want to do this because we know greater diversity will lead to even greater results for children.
UNICEF UK promotes equality, diversity and inclusion in our workplace. We make employment decisions by matching business needs with skills and experience of candidates, irrespective of age, disability (including hidden disabilities), gender, gender identity or gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
We are happy to talk about flexible working, personal growth, and to promote a workplace where you can be yourself and achieve success based only on your merit.
The successful candidate will be required to apply for a criminal records check. A criminal record will not necessarily bar you from working with us. This will depend on the nature of the role and the circumstances of your offences.
We only accept online applications as this saves us money, making more funds available for us to help ensure children’s rights.
If you require support in completing the online form or an application form in an alternative format, please contact our Supporter Care line during office hours.
If you do not hear from us within 14 days of the closing date, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note that we only provide feedback to shortlisted candidates.
Registered Charity Nos. 1072612 (England and Wales) SC043677 (Scotland)
We are working in partnership with Montessori Group, who are a global leader in Montessori provision, supporting quality Montessori education throughout the world through social impact, training, quality assurance and support for families and educators. With the child at the heart of all they do, the Montessori Group works with governments, organisations, families, and Montessori educators to ensure that the Montessori approach is as beneficial to society in the 21st Century as it was in the 20th Century.
The organisation is now seeking a Financial Controller who will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the finance function of both companies and the Group, supervising and managing the Finance Assistant whose focus is purchase and sales ledger transactions.
The successful candidate will need to be a qualified Chartered Accountant and demonstrate the following:
- Experience of operating autonomously at management level and working with senior executives
- Strong accounting and technical knowledge and the ability to research financial projects
- Experience of preparation of financial papers for presentation to the Finance, Audit & Risk Committee, and Boards of the two organisations
- Significant knowledge of charity finance and reporting, charity governance and the latest charity accounting regulations and standards
The successful candidate will be collaborative and flexible, with excellent financial and people management skills. You will have exceptional communication skills with the ability to liaise with a wide range of audiences. The new Financial Controller has a breadth of responsibilities and a high degree of ownership. The successful candidate is expected to build business partnering relationships with the wider organisation. If you feel you have the values and skills to succeed in this role, we very much look forward to hearing from you.
For more information, please contact Sandra Smith, Associate Director, Charisma Charity Recruitment. Your application should be submitted through the Charisma website and include your CV and supporting statement.
We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law.
Closing date for applications: 23 February 2022
Interview date: TBC
A newly created role as Financial Accountant to join a forward thinking national charity with a focus on preserving the environment with robust funding streams and income.
As Financial Accountant you will lead across the charity for all technical accounting and financial compliance requirements and will be the key liasion with the external auditors when required. Additionally as Financial Accountant your role will have a national focus; responsible for the delivery of external reporting, including year-end statutory accounts. Key areas of delivery will include:
- Reporting for and consolidations across the organisation.
- Managing a substantial balance sheet and significant annual income.
- Working collaboratively with finance colleagues across a large and multi site/remote finance team
- Leading, developing and managing a small team
To be successful in this role you will need to possess the following key skills and experience:
- Fully Qualified accountant (ACA, CA, ACCA or equivalent), with current knowledge of accounting standards.
- Previous experience of year-end accounting processes and preparation of statutory accounts.
- A working knowledge of charities SORP reporting standards either by working for a charity previously or within practice or the willingness to develop this skill.
- Committment towards process improvement and able to develop systems that are efficient, effective and reliable.
- Confidence to constructively challenge current working practices and recommend improvements.
- Excellent Microsoft Excel skills (including lookups and pivot tables)
What's on offer:
- Depending on relevant experience a salary of £47,000 - £52,000
- A generous contributory DC Pension plan with employer contributions up to 10% based on the employee putting in 5%
- Flexible working
- Cycle to work scheme
- Buy and sell holidays - starting holiday entitlement of 25 days plus statutory days.
- Healthcare cash plan and employee assistance scheme
- Life Assurance
- And many more.
Role & Responsibilities
Medair is seeking a Finance Director who will be a member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and will lead the organisation’s finances with integrity to face the challenges and opportunities of the future. While directly reporting and accountable to the CEO, the Finance Director is a true team-player in the ELT. In close cooperation with the ELT, the Finance Director will lead, support and guide all departments, country programmes, affiliate offices, and Medair teams in our financial management.
The Finance Director will be in control of Medair’s financial condition, assessing our organisational performance against both annual budgets and long-term strategic objectives. We are seeking a gifted leader and team player who will strengthen organisational budgeting, financial risk management, accounting, financial controls, cash management, and financial reporting.
The Finance Director position offers major responsibility and influence across our worldwide operations, creating a critical platform for further improving Medair’s financial sustainability and impact within the humanitarian sector.
As a Christian faith-based NGO, Medair embodies the compassion of Jesus Christ, as we relieve human suffering in some of the world’s most remote and devastated places. In this time of global pandemic, Medair’s humanitarian mission has never been more critical. Medair reaches out to people in need, saves lives, and restores hope in crisis-affected communities. We believe the image of God lives in each person we serve. Our teams do whatever it takes to bring assistance where it is needed most, regardless of religion, race or nationality. We work side by side with communities and partners to leave a lasting impact.
The Finance Director position is a permanent appointment. The role has been based in Switzerland at our Global Support Office (GSO) in Ecublens (near Lausanne), but Medair is also open to considering candidates who would work from alternate locations but with a commitment to make regular visits to the GSO.
Starting Date / Contract Details
As soon as reasonably possible. Full time, open-ended contract.
How to apply
For detailed information on the position, the application process and Medair, please read the accompanying Finance Director full profile pdf on our website.
Medair’s working language is English, but speaking French is helpful for this Swiss-based role, and German will be a strong asset. Applicants must be in good health and available to travel overseas for field visits under basic conditions as needed.
To apply, please send your CV and cover letter, (as specified in the brochure), including the names of three referees, to recruit-fd(a)medair(org).
Applications must be received by 21st February 2022 at 6 p.m. CEST.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Senior Financial Accountant
£400 - £450 per day
My charity client are seeking to recruit a Senior Financial Accountant for the next 6 months. This role is 100& remote.
Reporting in to the Head of Finance, you will be accountable for the Finance Supervisor and Financial Accountant. Within the role, you will be expected to ensure all financial accounting is undertaken in an effective and efficient manner and appropriate financial controls exist as well as maintaining and developing the financial systems to meet the growing demands of the charity.
Responsibilities (but not limited to):
- To oversee financial processing for the whole organisation by maintaining policies and procedures and by monitoring activity
- To provide a high level of support to all users of financial systems including employees and volunteers
- To maintain and develop financial IT systems including the core accounting system, on-line accounting modules and on-line banking systems
- To manage the Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets and Neutering Voucher systems
- Experience in working in the charity retail sector
- Experience of setting and managing income and expenditure targets
- Significant experience of working with volunteers
- Experience of managing employees, including recruitment, retention, performance management and dealing with disciplinary situations
- Excellent people management skills
- Ability to communicate effectively at all levels within the organisation with employees, volunteers and members of the public through excellent written & verbal communication skills
- Ability to build & maintain positive working relationships with a variety of people, both paid & voluntary
- Knowledge of Health & Safety issues in the retail environment
- Knowledge of the issues relating to recruiting and retaining volunteers
- Use of Microsoft based IT programmes including Word, Excel, Outlook and the internet
If this role sounds suited to you, please apply now.
Salary – £37,300 – £40,248 + (Up to) £5,000 Accountancy Allowance
The Government Property Agency’s mission is to provide great places to work for civil servants. We are using our scale and commercial expertise to do this effectively, efficiently and sustainably, helping to support growth in all parts of the UK. We are growing rapidly through acquisition of Government properties from departments. Turnover has risen from £0.4bn in 20/21 to around £1bn in 21/22 and it will continue to grow as more properties are transferred and run by GPA. Similarly, our assets have grown to £0.85 billion and are expected to grow significantly each year. Creating a first-class finance function to service our clients is a key priority of our transformation programme.
The GPA offer flexible working with the ability to work from home with occasional travel required to any of the GPA locations with Finance presence with offices in Birmingham, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham and Swindon.
The Financial Modeller will be responsible for the content, quality and structure of all financial analysis prepared by the GPA for internal use and for third parties. Output will include undertaking analysis for the Economic and Financial Case sections of the GPA’s business cases for real-estate acquisition/re-location, drafting business case content for the same sections, GPA portfolio valuation, data analysis and reporting.
The responsibilities of the Financial Modeller will include
- Supporting internal and external stakeholders with the development of modelling behind business cases (Financial and Economic Analysis).
- The modeller will be responsible for technical modelling by developing/ enhancing options analysis models that will evaluate the financial and economic outcomes for various options and reflect the impact of decisions for the business case(s).
- Support decisions by building models that reflect forecast cash flows, NPVs, balance sheet impact from decisions such as leasehold vs freehold.
- The role is for technical modelling and the modeller will not own the assumptions but rather assist in gathering and updating them from a technical perspective.
- Liaise with stakeholders from across GPA to gather and challenge assumptions, improve the accuracy of the models, discover new data sources and get the maximum impact with end users.
- Ensure that models are robust and effective and follow best practice modelling techniques. Highlight modelling risks as appropriate.
- Stay informed of the ways the organisation uses its data and modelling best practices.
- Sense-check data and weed out outliers or seek clarifications on data that looks inconsistent. Flag data problems noted to the source.
- Ensure that the required outputs are produced completely and highlight all assumptions/ exceptions made.
- Produce monthly KPI reporting for the board performance report.
Key Skills & Experience
- Technical excel skills with knowledge of best practice modelling techniques
- Corporate Finance, Financial and operational modelling
- Manage and develop models efficiently, allied with a strong appreciation for the appropriate analytical techniques which can be employed to provide robust analyses at pace.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills to articulate complex data challenges in simple language and to produce drafts of the financial case of complex projects.
- Ability to produce outputs that use visualisation techniques and data analytics.
- Experience using excel and modelling to manipulate data and building and maintaining a model suite.
- Excellent problem solving skills.
- Self-starting and inquisitive attitude, proactively seeking solutions to programmes analytical needs.
- Passion for continuous improvements.
- Understanding of the financial and economic parts of a business case.
- Understanding of project appraisal techniques (e.g. IRR, NPV etc)
- Experience of project work with deadlines in a fast paced changing environment.
- Team player and ability to work in multidisciplinary teams (finance, commercial, capital projects, client solutions etc).
- To be engaging and enthusiastic whilst helping others to achieve the team goals.
- Experience using excel modelling to support a finance function
- Experience in constructing and evaluating business cases
- Possess a commercial (not necessarily real estate based) acumen
- VBA Knowledge
For more information or an informal discussion, please apply via the link, or contact Michael Swinburn or Jack White at our retained search agent, Robertson Bell.
- Director of Finance, contribute to the achievement of the Charity's objectives
- Hybrid working. 28hrs up to 35hrs (Full time) per week can be accommodated
About Our Client
Lancashire Age UK are an established Not for Profit organisation operating across the Lancashire region. They are part of a county-wide charity working with and for older people. They believe that later life should be valued and fulfilling. Through the services and support they provide, they aim to promote independence, enhance health and well-being and enable individuals to access the information they need to make informed decisions about their lives. Their mission is to continue their work until everyone is living their best later life.
They have various offices around the region and Lancashire Age UK employ around 240 individuals with a healthy turn over.
The Director of Finance will report to the Chief Executive and contribute to the achievement of the Charity's objectives by:
- Providing, strategic leadership, operational management & insight of Lancashire Age UK's finances.
- Operational oversight & monitoring of the finance team (including 2 direct reports) and function ensuring that processes are followed and issues identified in a timely manner.
- Guiding and supporting the Senior Management Team and Trustees with financial information, advice, analysis & insight as appropriate
- Taking the lead on the preparation of the annual budgets and forecasts and overseeing the end of year accounts preparation and external audit process.
- A key point of contact with Trustees regarding financial performance & strategy with regular reporting and debate at a senior level
- Working closely with the Business Development & Operations team on strategic development and to provide accurate and timely financial information
- This role will require strategic oversight and hands-on technical Director of Finance.
The Successful Applicant
Successful applicants for the Director of Finance will possess the following:
- Accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent)
- Participation in regular CPD (supported by evidence)
- Knowledge and understanding of Charitable accounts is highly desirable but not essential
- Exposure in business development and finance projects management
- Strong leadership and management skills with an ability to prioritise a complex workload
- Extensive experience of financial accounting
- Excellent partnering ability to bridge to gap between finance and the wider organisation
- Strong communication skills
- Desire to make a difference and strategically guide this organisation forward
- Ability to be flexible and agile in approach to the needs of the business.
What's on Offer
Director of Finance
£45,000 per annum (currently subject to review)
You will be joining a forward-thinking, reputable charity who pride themselves in delivering outstanding, responsive, inclusive services and solutions. This is an organisation who are proud of their ability to make an impact through their work and in their communities. They are looking for someone who thrives in a dynamic environment and who can easily balance their responsibilities between the requirements of both operational and strategic finance.
The Director of Finance is a key member of the Senior Team, working closely with the down to earth, personable CEO, other Directors & Trustees.
You'll be joining a values driven organisation with a welcoming, open and supportive culture. Lancashire Age UK's 2021 Colleague survey found that 98% of colleagues would recommend the organisation to friends and family as an employer, and 100% were proud to work there.
As an employee of Lancashire Age UK, you will be supported to grow and develop with potential long term career progression. Your contribution will be recognised and valued but your time will be respected and supported; your well-being is important to this organisation. This opportunity can be a flexible over 4 or 5 days, working 28 hours or 35 hours per week dependant on applicant's requirements.
- You will have an annual leave entitlement of 25 days per year, plus bank holidays, increasing to 30 with length of service
- Nest Pension Scheme
- Employee Assistance Program
- They are committed to ensuring equality across the Charity, and that all staff are treated fairly, in line with Charity policies
- Hybrid working
- Flexible over 4 or 5 days,
- Working hours that can be accomodated are 28 hours per week up to 35 hours (Full time) per week
- Long term career progression
Where specific UK qualifications are required we will take into account overseas equivalents. All third party applications will be forwarded to Michael Page.
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This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the UK’s first social investment organisations which has provided over £0.5billion worth of loans and grants to thousands of charities and social enterprises all across the UK in its 20-year history.
We specialise in helping organisations become more resilient and sustainable so that they are in the best place to grow and increase their impact in our communities where the need is greatest.
At SIB we want our team to represent the diversity of the people and communities that we serve. We also want our organisation to be one where different backgrounds, experiences, expertise and perspectives are valued, and where everyone is encouraged to grow and develop. This means that when recruiting we actively seek to reach a diverse pool of candidates. It also means that we are happy to make changes to the recruitment process and to consider any reasonable adjustments that potential candidates may have as a future employee of SIB in order to reach their full potential.
Our Values are: People First, Curious, Bold, Collaborative, Accountable
About this role
Reporting to the Financial Controller, this role plays an important part in supporting our Finance Team to support the delivery of SIB’s new strategy and focus.
- Prepare for and make weekly payments to SIB grantees, investees, employees and suppliers following laid down procedures.
- Entering invoices into Receipt Bank/Xero, checking that coding and budget data is correct.
- Matching Invoices to purchase orders and ensuring invoices are uploaded with correct authorisations.
- Responsible for timely payments of supplier invoices and managing payment issues that arise with suppliers including entering/uploading payment template data in Barclays ready for approval.
- Responsible for credit card reconciliations.
- Responsible for ensuring that, by month end, all bank reconciliations are completed for all 5 entities, required for Management accountants to run loan and grant reports.
- Preparing the monthly Cash Analysis Report.
- Maintaining the upkeep of all bank accounts and loan repayments against Singlify to ensure that all cash management transactions are correctly recorded.
- To reconcile and post interest for non-feed bank accounts when statements are received.
- To set up payment templates for new payees within SIB’s agreed controls for suppliers, grantees, investees and team members.
- To upload/import payments for approval when grants and loan disbursement requests are required.
- To upload/import and arrange direct debit collections for investees on a monthly basis.
- Handling any payment issues raised by internal/external team members for timely resolution.
- Ensuring filing and archiving is up to date.
- Assisting other members of the finance team as and when required.
- Monitoring and maintaining shared finance (payable) mailboxes.
- To support the finance team to provide a high level of customer service - monitor and manage the shared mailboxes – purchase orders (as part of this own the purchase order register); invoices; accounts; support the finance team to integrate activities with other teams such as loans and grants functions.
- To work within the organisation's processes and procedures required to contribute to the effectiveness of the quality management system.
- Contribute to the knowledge management, equality, diversity and inclusion and learning priorities in SIB’s strategy and support the implementation and delivery of the strategy.
- In agreement with manager to undertake other tasks that support the objectives of SIB as required.
- Basic finance/accounting experience.
- Understanding and experience of Xero accounting software.
- Excellent IT skills, including Excel.
- Excellent attention to detail and data entry skills.
- Ability to multi-task, work flexibly and willingness to learn new skills.
- Relationship skills, external and internal customer focused.
- Resilience and ability to work under pressure.
- Commitment to equalities and customer care
In addition to salary, SIB offer a generous rewards package which includes:
- Hybrid working
- Annual leave of 25 days per year plus bank holidays
- Birthday leave
- Group life assurance – Death in service scheme which pays three times annual salary
- EAP & WeCare – confidential counselling, wellbeing, GP & information services
- Perkbox – free access to over 200 exclusive perks
- Wellbeing benefit
- Remote Working benefit
- Access to training, personal and professional development
- Digital Detox afternoons
- Cycle scheme
- Volunteering and visits – the opportunity to volunteer at or visit one of the many charities and social enterprises we support.
- Enhanced Family Friendly benefits
We are seeking a new Finance Manager to join our friendly team. This is a new post due to recent organisational growth to meet the demands of net zero carbon and rising fuel poverty. You will be working with a passionate group of people committed to a greener, more sustainable future for all. You may be looking for a step up to a management role, or a move to rewarding career where your experience will really make a difference.
Oversee all aspects of financial planning and management and contribute to MEA's expansion. Experienced in corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting, you will lead on the development and implementation of financial policies and procedures and be responsible for managing MEA's finances and preparation of accounts. MEA continues to develop and the successful applicant will be involved in investigating financial and legal aspects of a charitable trading arm for the installation of energy efficiency measures.
MEA is an independent Midlands - based charity with 25 years' experience assisting householders. We deliver practical solutions to reduce fuel poverty and cold homes, promote renewable energy and our overriding objective is to support householders to be warm and well in their homes. Please visit MEA's website for a full range of our activities, opportunities and application process.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
PURPOSE OF ROLE
Working alongside global and local colleagues, the Finance and Operations Manager will have financial oversight of the MENA-Eurasia region with overall responsibility for financial record keeping, processes and procedures, financial analysis and reporting, legal and tax compliance and risk management. The post-holder will also have overall responsibility and oversight for other operational areas, including facilities management and IT provision for all staff within the MENA-Eurasia region. The post-holder will ensure effective operational implementation and financial management, analysis and reporting across the MENA-Eurasia, overseeing staff with current responsibilities in both areas.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
We at Black Minds Matter UK (BMMUK) are working to change the future of Black Mental Health.
We connnect Black individuals and families with free mental health services- by professional Black therapists to support their mental health. Our mission is to make mental health topics more relevant and accessible for all Black people in the U.K., removing the stigma and remodelling the services to be relevant for the Black community.
A year and a half into our founding, we have funded over 1500, 12 week courses of therapy for our community. We're continously evolving and now we're looking for a Senior Finance Officer to join the team and help us fulfill our goals.
The Senior Finance Officer’s role is essential to our small team and includes the accurate and timely processing of transactions, cross checking of invoices, co-ordinating the production of monthly management accounts and generating regular financial reports in line with funder and charitable requirements (working in collaboration with the accounting consultants/bookkeepers).
Reporting to the CEO and Director, this post is core to the day-to-day financial activities and effective financial management of BMMUK. You will be responsible for the financial administration of the organisation.
This position is currently part-time but with the possibility to become full-time.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Location: Home Worker (England, Wales and NI)
Salary: £32,622 - £35,624 actual per annum (depending on skills and experience)
Working Hours: 35 per week
Closing Date: 04 February 2022
Interview Date: TBC (via Zoom or Teams)
Please note, the deadline for submitting applications for this vacancy is 5pm on the closing date.
About Alzheimer's Society
Dementia devastates lives. By 2021, 1 million people will be living with the condition. But dementia won't win. Until the day we find a cure, Alzheimer's Society will be here for anyone affected by dementia - wherever they are, whatever they're going through. Everything we do is informed and inspired by them.
We are the UK's leading dementia charity. Every day, we work tirelessly to find new treatments and, ultimately, a cure for dementia. We provide expert information, training, and support services to all those who need our help. And we are creating a more dementia-friendly society so people with the condition can live without fear and prejudice.
About the role
This is a new and exciting opportunity to join the new Finance Business Partnering team at the Alzheimer’s Society as we advise, challenge and support the Society to deliver our vision of a world without dementia.
The Society has grown from strength to strength in recent years and we in the Finance Business Partnering team are here to enable the Society to continue this upward trend by doing everything we can to support our strategy’s ambitious goals of extending the scale and reach of our service to the Dementia community, creating societal change and awareness of dementia, and delivering breakthroughs in research.
The role will involve engaging stakeholders, delivering insight and making financial matters understandable, interesting and real to people. The role will be focused on supporting strong and sustainable growth, continuing to give donors confidence in how we spend their money and enabling maximising the financial benefit of decisions to deliver the greatest impact.
The post holder will represent finance on one of our directorate Leadership Teams, developing and using their expertise and skills to provide strategic, financial support. The post holder will be involved in providing timely and accurate financial reporting information to their stakeholders. They will be on hand to offer constructive challenge, provide financial analysis to support decision making, and will help prepare business cases and post-implementation reviews for some of our key investments.
We are looking for ambitious, inquisitive individuals who want a chance to apply their financial skillset to tackling the challenges a successful and growing charity. We’re committed to ensuring that there is a value-for-money focus to everything the Society does – we want to continue to grow and to support people affected by dementia, and part of doing so is considering where the decisions of today will leave us tomorrow.
Successful applicants will have excellent communication skills and be able to understand and present issues and solutions succinctly and confidently. They will develop effective working relationships with internal stakeholders at all levels of the organisation, using these relationships to positively and assertively influence and support the delivery of our organisational goals.
The role will suit someone who can take ownership of a directorate’s financial performance and is comfortable working in an environment of change; someone able to remain motivated and manage their time effectively to plan, prioritise and deliver a varied workload with stakeholders operating across a multi-site environment.
The successful candidate will be required to evidence their professional qualification and demonstrate a fit for the above through a combination of information provided from the application form and interview process.
You may have experience of the following: Finance Business Partner, Finance Manager, Financial Business Partner, Accountant, Financial Reporting, Financial Management, Head of Finance, Senior Accountant, Management Accountant, Corporate Accountant, Financial Controller, CCAB, CIMA, ACCA, ACA, Not for Profit, NFP, Charity, Third Sector, etc.
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Civitas Recruitment are proud to be partnering with a great charity focused on working with those living with older age and committed to fighting loneliness so that people can have social lives and friendship groups however old they are.The charity looks to inspire and enable meaningful connections and shared experiences within communities across the UK for people over 75 facing loneliness and social isolation. A fantastic opportunity exists for a Trust and Foundations Manager to join the charity to work alongside the fundraising and service teams across the UK to help deliver on the charity’s fundraising strategy and enable the charity to substantially increase income. As Trust and Foundations Manager, you will be required to support in the development and delivery of a six-figure income target from new and existing trusts and foundations and to grow multi-year support. The role is home-based within the UK.
Who are we looking for?
Ideal candidates will have a successful track record of meeting income targets from Trust and Foundations. Candidates will be proactive, entrepreneurial and thrive on seeking out new funding opportunities to deliver income growth. You will have good knowledge of budgeting and financial control. A persuasive personality with excellent interpersonal and communications skills both verbal and written is essential for this role. You will have experience of planning, analysis, monitoring and evaluation. You will possess the ability to work effectively and efficiently within a team context, supporting colleagues and working independently when required.
Please apply immediately or enquire with Civitas Recruitment for further information, early applications are encouraged.