Management Accounts Team Leader

Location
England, Oxfordshire
Salary
£220 - £240 per day
Posted
02 Apr 2019
Closes
30 Apr 2019
Ref
14002735/001
Contact
Louise Chambers
Contract Type
Temporary
Hours
Full-time
Level of qualification
Qualified

A 3 months role aiming to enhance the management reporting within the charitable organisation to ensure efficient use of resources and more streamlined processes.

Client Details

A charitable organisation within Oxfordshire working with vulnerable people.

Description

Key responsibilities of the Management Accounts Team Leader:

  • Co-ordinate, prepare and distribute the annual budget and forecasts; including liaising with Directors and budget holders as required.
  • Ensure adequate monitoring of actual performance against budget, explaining variances and assisting and advising budget holders on necessary action. This will include meeting with budget holders on a regular basis for Finance Liaison Meetings.
  • Lead on delivering the organisation's efficiency programme, ensuring value for money targets are reached. Targeting key areas of required improvements and developing solutions based on insight
  • Model and Review Support contract waterfall and its impact on future financial viability.
  • Provide analysis of unit costs and lead on benchmarking these costs to provide a clear understanding of the organisation's comparative financial performance and identify areas for improvement.
  • Develop, monitor and report on performance against financial performance indicators.
  • Manage the Registers of Assets and ensure it complies with regulatory requirements.

Profile

The ideal Management Accounts Team Leader will be able to quickly develop trust and build relationships. You must be innovative in order to make changes/streamline within the organisation's reporting structure. Knowledge of charity accounting preferred (SORP) and up to date knowledge of legisliture and/or changes within the sector.

Job Offer

3 month role

Circa £240 per day

Immediate start

Opportunity to work within a charitable organisation that makes a difference

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