One of the UK’s leading charities is seeking a strong Head of Financial Accounting and Treasury to lead a team of 7 and oversee a broad remit.
This is a great role for a fully qualified accountant (ideally having qualified in audit) with relevant post-qualified experience of having overseen financial accounting and led a small team. Whilst sector experience is not required, you will need to have a genuine passion for the charity sector and helping the vulnerable.
In this diverse post, you will be responsible for:
- Ensuring delivery of comprehensive, accurate and compliant month end and year end accounts closure processes
- Ensuring robust balance sheet and cash flow planning, tight control of the cash movements and short-term investment management
- Analysing financial data to provide reports using benchmarks and recommendations on the cash flow and financial position of the organisation
- Ensuring all required policies / procedures are developed, documented and implemented in order to help deliver strategic objectives and to safeguard assets and reputation of the organisation
- Implementing, communicating and monitoring an effective set of internal controls
- Providing leadership to maintain an efficient and effective financial function including development of effective financial systems and to streamline processes and operations
- Working with the CFO to develop the long-term finance and investment strategies and to be responsible for their implementation, including the evaluation, periodic reporting of performance and management of risk
- Overseeing and preparing statutory income statements, coordinate external audit process and prepare the annual financial report for publication
Developing and implementing plans to improve the quality of services and timely delivery from the Finance department to both internal and external stakeholders.
Please submit your CV or contact Michael Quest at Ivy Rock Partners directly to find out more.
There will be a check point on applications on Friday 17th April so it is best to make an early application to avoid missing out on timing.