A highly successful women’s charity working in the domestic abuse, sexual violence and mental health fields in Bristol is seeking a female Finance Manager for a permanent role. The role reports to the Director of Resources and you will manage a team of 2 Finance Officers. The charity has diverse funding, turnover is approximately £5million and total staff is around 140.
-Prepare financial statements and analysis with Quarterly Management Accounts (and cash flow forecast) and assess actual performance against budget forecast.
-Produce annual and long-term organisational forecasts to support strategic plans and work programmes.
-To liaise with independent Auditors to produce annual accounts in line with statutory requirements.
-Full management of day to day financial operations totalling £5+ million per annum
-Gathering data to raise grant invoices and liaising with funders regarding speedy payments;
-Monitoring received income on a regular basis and reconciling income on quarterly basis
-Assist managers and budget holders to develop and monitor fully costed project proposals and budgets.
-Prepare cost-centred expenditure reports as required and ensure correct apportionment of overheads.
-Reviewing rent charges and liaising with Housing Benefit departments regarding the setting up the new charges on annual basis
-Provide monthly arrears and occupancy reports to the Senior Management team in order to enable them to reduce arrears and bad debts
-Provide AWP with quarterly vacancies recharge
Requirements for the role:
-Ideally fully AAT qualified, or part-qualified ACCA, CIMA or ACA
-Experience in a finance role in either the charity sector or housing sector is strongly desirable
-Significant experience of taking accounts to trial balance.
-Some experience of payroll administration including pensions, BACS payments and end of year returns to HMRC
-Demonstrable experience of developing and producing project and organisational budgets and budget modelling.
-Demonstrable experience of managing and monitoring income and expenditure across a range of income and funding streams.
-Demonstrable experience of producing management accounts for Board members
-Experience of managing, supporting and motivating staff.
-Experience of grant/project monitoring and reporting systems.
-Staff management experience
Due to the nature of the charity’s work, they have special dispensation meaning that the candidate is required to be female.
The role is full time and permanent, working 37.5 hours per week and the salary they are offering is £30,507 - £32,029 depending on qualifications and experience.
Remote interviews to happen ASAP – please send your CV for immediate consideration.