Finance Manager

Location
England, Hampshire, Ringwood
Salary
£38000 - £41000 per annum
Posted
30 Apr 2019
Closes
28 May 2019
Ref
14011378/001
Contact
Adam Aston
Job Role
Finance Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
Level of qualification
Qualified

A broad and significant Finance Manager role within a charitable community where you will oversee the daily workings of the Finance function and provide and collate the finances to be presented to the Senior Management team and Board of Trustees.

Client Details

The client is a charitable not-for-profit organisation who are devoted to their vision of supporting individuals with diverse learning abilities in order for each individual to achieve their full potential in the companies unique community setting.

The charity aims to provide a stable home life, meaningful work, creative activities, friendship and social interaction together with opportunities for personal growth, all the while providing cultural and spiritual inspiration for adults with diverse learning abilities within their community setting.

Description

  • Maintain, supervise and support members of the Finance team
  • Overall responsibility for processing of Payroll
  • Monitoring of Cash flow and budgeting
  • Work alongside the General Manager in coordinating the Annual Budget and Business Plan modelling and forecasting
  • Strategic planning and formulating long-term strategy involving review of the reserves policy, designated funds and risk assessment of factors affecting income streams.
  • Collating year-end information for the annual accounts and liaising with the Lantern's auditors
  • Co-ordinate the Annual Return including liaising with the Chair of Trustees for the Trustee's Report
  • Profile

    The successful candidate would ideally be:

  • An enthusiastic self-starter
  • Passionate about creating positive change by being part of the charity sector
  • As happy preparing day to day financials as you are presenting to a Board of Trustees
  • Experienced in SORP and general charity rules and regulations (and/ or willing to learn)
  • Technically skilled with exceptional numeracy skills
  • Advanced on MS Excel
  • Able to work well as part of a team
  • With outstanding organisational and analytical skills
  • With excellent attention to detail
  • Job Offer

    This role offers the opportunity to develop personally within the charity sector and professionally a multitude of skills including business partnering, business acumen and strategy.

    Add value to an organisation from a pivotal position giving insightful advice to the Board of Trustees and the Senior Management Team.

    Liaise externally with Partner organisations, suppliers, HMRC and other government bodies from within a close-knit community that holds their employees in high esteem offering flexibility to individual needs.

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