The Booth Centre is an innovative advice and activity-based day centre for homeless people in Manchester. Recognised nationally as a beacon of best practice, it's an inclusive space where people who use the Centre are centrally involved in the planning, evaluation, and delivery of the service.
Offering flexible working as part of a small, friendly team, we're looking for an experienced Finance Manager to support the charity's growth and development. Working closely with the CEO, this is a brand-new role in recognition of how the charity has grown over the last few years and to support future development plans. You will have management responsibility for a part-time Finance Assistant.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone with finance expertise to help develop the sustainability of the organisation with a close connection to front-line operations. You'll have the ability to see the story behind the figures and translate financial information for different audiences, with a passion for the vision and values of the Booth Centre.
You'll have experience of general financial management including management accounting, book-keeping, preparing year-end reports, operational budget setting and management and cash-flow reporting. We would be happy to consider full or part financial qualification (ACCA or CIMA) or qualification by experience. Ideally, you'll have charity or trustee experience.
In return, the charity offers a collaborative, welcoming and supportive culture working with a specialist team who are incredibly passionate and dedicated to tackling homelessness. We would also consider a 4-day working week pro rata and some homeworking. Fantastic benefits including breakfast and lunch, flexible working options and 10% pension contribution.
If you would like to help make a difference to the lives of people who are or threatened with homelessness in Manchester, please send a copy of your CV to Amelia Lee for lots more detail: [email protected]
Final deadline for this role is Wednesday 11th December with a view to interviewing w/c 16th December (date TBC). However, we will be putting candidates forward on a rolling basis so please apply ASAP to avoid disappointment, as we may close early if we have enough strong candidates.
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