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Finance Analyst
Goodman Masson
Goodman Masson are excited to be partnered with an independent charity in their search for a Finance Analyst!
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/finance-analyst/
Financial Accountant
Goodman Masson
An established children’s charity are currently looking for a Financial Accountant to join their Finance function. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the accurate recording of all income and expenditure of the charity and its associated companies, collating and presenting budgets/forecasts, monitoring consolidated income and expenditure against budget/forecast, and preparing statutory annual accounts.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/financial-accountant-5/
Head of Finance Business Partnering
Goodman Masson
A leading charity are currently seeking to appoint a Head of Finance Business Partnering to join their team. This collaborative role involves leading a team of Business Partners and managing the financial performance across the organisation.

The organisation are offering a competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a generous pension! This is a hybrid role involving 3 days a week in the London office.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/head-of-finance-business-partnering/
Systems Accountant
Goodman Masson
Goodman Masson are partnered with a conservation charity to recruit for a Systems Accountant, which is a key role in their current programme of transformation. You will be supporting them in implementing a new finance system, Microsoft Dynamics Business Central.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/systems-accountant/
Financial Accountant
Goodman Masson
Are you an accountant, looking for a role in an environmentally & socially conscious organisation? A rapidly growing ESG investment company are looking for a Financial Accountant to join them as soon as possible for 13 months.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/financial-accountant-8/
Finance Officer
Goodman Masson
Are you at the beginning of your Finance career and looking for a new role? We are exclusively working with an impressive Arts organisation to find a Finance Officer to join them as soon as possible.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/finance-officer-4/
Interim Head of Finance
Goodman Masson
A small yet established housing association in Surrey is looking for a Head of Finance for a minimum of 3-6 months to join their fantastic Finance team. The organisation offers high-quality housing and support to the local community as they strive to improve the lives of the vulnerable in their area.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/head-of-finance-3/
Finance Grants Officer
Goodman Masson
Are you a financial expert with a passion for making a difference? Do you have experience managing complex grants? Are you available immediately or on a short notice period? If so please read on….

My client is a fast-growing not-for-profit organisation seeking an interim Grants Officer to bolster their finance team on an initial 4-month temporary basis, with a strong opportunity to get extended.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/interim-finance-grants-officer/
Deputy Director of Forensic Accounting
Goodman Masson
Goodman Masson are working with a UK regulator to recruit for a Deputy Director of Forensic Accounting, a newly created role within the team.

You will provide oversight and expertise in large and complex investigations, whilst contributing to the teams strategic direction.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/deputy-director-of-forensic-accounting/
Interim Finance Business Partner
Goodman Masson
Are you looking to add great value to an already successful finance team? Do you have a strong understanding of business partnering? Are you immediately available or on a short notice period?

My client is a leading not-for-profit organisation seeking a qualified interim Finance Business Partner on a 12-month fixed-term basis, with a strong opportunity to go permanent.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/interim-finance-business-partner-2/
Head of FP&A
Goodman Masson
A prominent housing association, located South West of London, is looking for a Head of FP&A to join their large finance function on a 12 month FTC (to begin with).

Whilst being a large, established business with financial strength, they pride themselves on investing in their communities, helping the people and neighbourhoods be the best they can be.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/head-of-fpa/
Finance Business Partner
Allen Lane
Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish Community in the UK, caring directly for over 10,000 people each week. It employs 1400 people throughout North and East London. It offers a wide range of services to people who are elderly, mentally ill, people with disabilities, holocaust survivors, and refugees. Jewish Care offers support and guidance to families, carers and the bereaved.

We are looking for a highly capable Finance Business Partner to report into our Head of Commercial Finance and work closely with cross-functional stakeholders to provide financial insights, analysis, and guidance that will directly impact business performance.

This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual. The successful candidate will be fully qualified (ACA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA) with previous experience gained in Audit, Commercial or Charity Sector. You will have robust technical skills and be highly organised. We are looking for someone who is eager to learn, strong analytical skills, excellent communication, financial modelling, and managing multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. You will possess the ability to influence and build rapport with a range of finance and non-finance persons across the organisation. Experience in the commercial sector would be advantageous.


Link: https://www.allenlane.co.uk/vacancies/11860/
Senior Finance Lead
Allen Lane
Jewish Care is the largest health and social care charity for the Jewish Community in the UK, caring directly for over 10,000 people each week. It employs 1400 people throughout North and East London. It offers a wide range of services to people who are elderly, mentally ill, people with disabilities, holocaust survivors, and refugees. Jewish Care offers support and guidance to families, carers and the bereaved.

We are looking for a highly capable Senior Finance Lead – Property to ensure the integrity of all our property accounting and being the Finance Partner to the Property team.

This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual. This a broad ranging role where no two days are the same. The successful candidate will be fully qualified (ACA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA) with around two years post qualified experience gained in Audit, the Charity, Commercial or wider Public Sector. We are looking for someone with robust technical skills, who is eager to learn, flexible in approach, who can work on their own initiative and thrives when thinking and acting proactively. You will possess the ability to de-mystify accounting jargon, and to influence and build rapport with a range of finance and non-finance persons across the organization. Experience in property or construction projects, either in industry or from an audit perspective, would be advantageous.

Link: https://www.allenlane.co.uk/vacancies/11855/
Head of Finance Business Partnering
Allen Lane
Sadler’s Wells is a world-leading creative organisation dedicated to dance in all its forms. With over three centuries of theatrical heritage and a year-round programme of performances and learning activities, our mission is to make and share dance that inspires us all. Our vision is to create, through dance, a depth of connections beyond borders, cultures and languages, so we see ourselves in each other.

A brand new role in the team, we are looking for a Head of Finance Business Partnering.

Highlights of your key responsibilities include:
• Create, drive and embed the finance business partnering model across the organisation
• Undertake a needs analysis to determine where gaps in information exists across the business and design and implement improvements
• Review the current management reporting process, working with key stakeholders to develop management reporting which brings information to life in a clear and inclusive manner

The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant and have strong experience in management accounts and financial analysis, coupled with demonstrable experience of developing a best in class finance business partnering service. You will be used to working at pace and this is an excellent opportunity for someone looking for their first step into a management role.
With a positive approach to work you will be an excellent communicator who can tell the story behind the numbers, working with key stakeholders to present information clearly using strong influencing skills as necessary.

Link: https://www.allenlane.co.uk/vacancies/11835/
Finance Business Partner
Allen Lane
My client is a UK based cancer charity that works to improve research and funding to help eradicate cancer, as well as improve the quality of life for those currently suffering from it. At present they are looking to appoint a Finance Business Partner, to provide support to their team and help drive the organisation forward as they continue to grow.

Key responsibilities:
• Deliver customer focused finance partnering by supporting the development of operational plans, investment appraisals, influencing decision making and identifying risks and opportunities in alignment with the strategic aims of the organisation.
• Produce and maintain financial models to support the production of budgets, forecast, financial analysis, bids and funding proposals.
• Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key stakeholders to understand planning assumptions to deliver realistic income and expenditure budgets and forecast.
• Design and maintain reports alongside analysis and commentary for the stakeholders for whom you are the key finance point of contact.

The successful candidate will be a part qualified finalist or qualified accountant. My client is fully open to sector experience and committed to delivering a first-class training and induction programme. As such we welcome candidates from industry, charity or practice backgrounds. Additional skills include highly developed interpersonal and communication skills.

Link: https://www.allenlane.co.uk/vacancies/11833/
Interim Head of Financial Planning & Analysis
Allen Lane
My client is one of the country’s most recognisable brands in the charity sector, providing invaluable support to so many in the UK. With a growing need for their services, they drive a very diverse and innovative business model to ensure they live up to, and where ever possible, surpass user expectations.
They are currently looking to appoint an interim Head of Financial Planning and Analysis to support them through a very busy period.
Key responsibilities:
• Lead manage and develop the organisation’s planning and budgeting process including monthly consolidated management accounts, quarterly forecasting and annual budgeting cycle.
• Provide clear, insightful reporting, linking financial metrics to agreed key performance metrics and owning the production of financial KPIs including charitable expenditure ratio and liquidity.
• Support the organisation’s strategic update process through financial modelling and analysis.
• Support and develop a team of 4.
The successful candidate will be fully qualified with a strong academic record. You will already have built up a working knowledge of business partnering and have a track record of preparing consolidated management accounts. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential along with the ability to influence and present to senior stakeholders.

Link: https://www.allenlane.co.uk/vacancies/11821/
Interim Finance Business Partner (Improvement Project)
Allen Lane
My client is a world-renowned organisation at the very heart of London’s arts sector. Entertaining, educating and engaging with visitors from around the world, they are looking to recruit an interim Finance Business Partner to support them in the development of better management information in order to deliver on their ever-growing aspirations.

Key responsibilities will include:

Review and development of timely and accurate monthly management accounts to the business
Introduce better finance business partnering to key budget holders and internal project managers
Develop project and fund reporting
Supporting the annual budget process including liaison with departments and Finance Director
To succeed in this role, you will be a qualified accountant with previous experience of working within a finance business partnering environment. Matching the ambition of the organisation, you will have an energetic personality, strong communication skills and drive.
Link: https://www.charityjob.co.uk/jobs/allen-lane-interim-permanent-recruitment/finance-business-partner-improvement-project-/912989?tsId=8
Interim Financial Controller
Allen Lane
My client is a world-renowned organisation at the very heart of London’s culture sector. Home to one of the UKs largest and most exciting creative communities, they welcome visitors from around the world to share in their unique and ambitious programme of events.

At present they are looking to recruit a high calibre Financial Controller to support them with a finance transformation project.

Reporting in to the Finance Director, key responsibilities will include:

Oversee the timely and efficient production of the financial accounts, including balance sheet accounts, journals, project accounting, intercompany transactions and VAT
Ensure the smooth delivering of the financial transaction processing to ensure robust monthly financial controls are in place
Drive strong financial control and advocate financial priorities to the business.
Develop and manage a team of 5, ensuring a high performing and well motivated culture
The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant with a strong track record in delivering high quality financial accounting. Coming from a commercial, not-for-profit or audit background, you will be technically strong and happy to roll up your sleeves where required. Empathetic with an engaging and coaching management style.

This role has been assessed as inside of IR35 with a c.3 days a week office policy.
Head of Financial Accounts
Allen Lane
My client is a world leading performing arts organisation with a rich history. They have enjoyed significant growth over the past year and have recovered their financial position to pre-pandemic levels, via a large change programme to drive commercialisation. We are searching for a passionate and driven Head of Financial Accounts lead the financial accounting function during this exciting time.



Your key responsibilities will include:



Ensuring an effective and smooth running of the central finance function, including all statutory reporting and compliance requirements
Driving forward improvements in tandem with business transformation projects, to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of business, processes, systems and financial controls
Acting as the lead contact with HMRC and ensuring compliance with the relevant tax authorities
Deputising for the Director of Finance ad hoc
Managing a medium sized team


The successful candidate will be fully CCAB qualified and have experience of managing a central finance function in a fast moving business. You will have experience in managing VAT, Corporation and PAYE tax. We are looking for someone with high levels of emotional intelligence, able to motivate and lead a team through change, as well as build relationships and influence key stakeholders across the organisation. Experience of the charity sector would be beneficial, however we will consider exceptional candidates from the commercial or wider Public Sector.
Financial Accountant
Allen Lane
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raises money solely to support The Royal Marsden, a world-leading cancer centre. We ensure our nurses, doctors and research teams can provide the very best care and develop life-saving treatments, which are used across the UK and around the world.
From funding state-of-the-art equipment and ground-breaking research, to creating the very best patient environments, we will never stop looking for ways to improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
Key responsibilities:
• Responsible for timely year end process and preparation of the annual consolidated statutory financial and lead statements, including liaising with the Charity’s auditors and dealing with audit queries
• Ensuring that all balance sheets accounts are reconciled frequently, and any differences are dealt with accordingly, including bank reconciliations, intercompany, fundraising income and restricted fund reports
• Responsible for Quarterly VAT Returns, management accounts for our Trading subsidiary and the reconciliation of the intercompany account with the Charity
• Support the review and development of financial policies and procedures
• Work alongside the Head of Finance on phase 2 of the finance system implementation change programme
• Responsible for ongoing systems development, liaising with the external system provider to explore and plan improvements.
• Working with the team to develop in-house training on the new finance system for the charity and other key stakeholders

The successful candidate will be a fully qualified accountant with a desire to drive change in an organisation including development of the accounting system. Additional skills include highly developed interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to liaise and work across different teams.
Interim Director of Finance
Allen Lane
My client is a world-renowned organisation at the very heart of London’s culture sector. Home to one of the UKs largest and most exciting creative communities, they welcome visitors from around the world to share in their unique and ambitious programme of events.

At present they are looking to recruit a high calibre Finance Director to support them with their ever growing aspirations.

Reporting into the Chief Operating Officer, key responsibilities will include:

Lead the finance team and overall accounting function, ensuring core controls and processes are in place
Embed a true team culture within the finance unit, ensuring balanced workloads, personal development and colleague engagement are at the highest levels
Identify and advocate for new income-generating and resource-allocation opportunities
To succeed in this role, you will be a qualified accountant with a proven track record as a senior finance lead in the Not-for-Profit sector. Other key attributes include inclusive and engaging management skills as well as a commitment to delivering strong financial controls.
Interim Assistant Director of Finance
Allen Lane
My client is a very well-known brand in the UK offering support and advice to people in our society that are at risk of loosing the most basic of human needs. Supported by a very highly regarded finance department, they are currently recruiting for an interim Assistant Director of Finance.

Role Purpose:

Lead an engaged, motivated and highly effective finance team (c30)
Ensure the delivery of key finance outcomes including annual statutory accounts, key management information & board reports and strong financial controls
Act as a business partner to senior colleagues to ensure the delivery of the business strategy
Ensure the continuous improvement of the financial function
The successful candidate will be a fully qualified Accountant with substantial experience at a senior level within the Charity sector. Gravitas and confidence will be essential elements of your personal toolbox along with a commitment to best practice.
Financial Planning Lead
Allen Lane
£62,000 - £70,000

Top 10 ranked Global university in central London are looking for a Financial Planning Lead. Reporting to the Head of Financial Planning, you will work closely with colleagues across the FP&A function and the wider Finance teams to support the development and maintenance of the Universities Financial Model.

Key responsibilities will include;

Provide long term forecasts to both internal and external stakeholders, manage the annual budget process and regular re-forecasting exercises.
Provide support for relevant linked processes such as modelling budget targets.
Lead on the monitoring of the performance against the Financial Strategy at the key budget, forecast and year-end events, as well as relevant intervals such as month end.
Play a leading role in supporting the implementation of activity to deliver the Universities Financial Sustainability through the development and delivery of multi-year budgets from 2023/24, retaining oversight of proposals to ensure they enable financial sustainability.

In order to be successful in the role, you’ll need to be a fully qualified accountant with significant experience of successfully developing financial strategy in a complex environment.
Furthermore, you will have excellent written and oral communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.

Previous experience of working in an HE institution is not essential. Owing to the scale and complexity of the University, experience gained in central government departments would be highly transferrable.

Fantastic benefits include 41 Days holiday (27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days), additional 5 days’ annual leave purchase scheme, defined benefit career average revalued earnings pension scheme (CARE).

Link: None
Financial Strategy Lead
Allen Lane
Salary £62,000 - £70,000

Top 10 ranked Global university in central London are recruiting a high profile, Financial Strategy Lead who will play a lead role in maintaining the new financial strategy for the whole organisation.

Engaging with senior colleagues across the University, this highly visible role will work with the senior leadership team. You will play a key role in ensuring that the financial strategy continues to align with, and support, the Universities strategy and strategic plan.

Key duties of the role will include;

Writing compelling papers to support proposed activities and scenario planning
Undertake significant engagement with Strategy and Change and Improvement functions as operating model transformation plans are developed
Drive finance’s relationship with Planning on tuition income (Fees and student numbers) and will work with stakeholders to develop new commercial and other income options.
Support the embedding of the financial strategy across the University, drive ongoing communication with key stakeholders including academic colleagues, and help to ensure that the Financial Strategy shapes the future financial plans of the University.
‘Horizon scanning’ to inform the future shape of the Universities financial strategy and define its requirements
Work closely with Strategy and Vice-President teams, as well as developing productive external relationships relevant to the Universities financial strategy

In order to be successful in the role, you’ll need to be a fully qualified accountant with demonstrable experience of developing financial strategy in a complex environment.

Fantastic benefits include 41 Days holiday (27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days), additional 5 days’ annual leave purchase scheme, defined benefit career average revalued earnings pension scheme (CARE).
Link: None
Interim Part-Time Finance Officer (RB28183)
Robertson Bell
Do you want to join an organisation that goes the extra mile to help improve the lives of vulnerable people across the UK? Are you an experienced Finance Officer that is seeking a nurturing environment to develop and grow professionally? Do you want to work on a part time and hybrid working pattern? If so, look no further!

My client is a multi-million-pound organisation with the goal to improve the lives of young people and their families from across the UK. I am assisting them to recruit an Interim Part Time Finance Officer on an initial three-month contract - for the right person, this role could develop to permanent employment. The head office is based in London, operating on a hybrid working pattern.

The Interim Part Time Finance Officer’s duties will include:
Collecting, amending, and inputting income data into the system.
Reconciling the balance sheets and bank accounts for month end, ensuring close attention to detail is paid from start to finish.
Maintaining the finance team inbox, ensuring all emails are allocated and dealt with in a timely manner.
Liaising with suppliers and correcting any account variances or queries.

This is the perfect opportunity for someone who is currently studying or wants to be in an environment that encourages growth.

The successful Interim Part Time Finance Officer will have:
Recent Accounting experience, with the ability to assist the Accounts Payable team confidently.
Experience using numerous financial accounting softwares and Excel.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.

If you are interested in this opportunity and hold the required experience then please don’t hesitate to submit your application now, as this role is highly likely to be filled prior to the advert close date.
Link: None
Interim Finance Manager (RB27924)
Robertson Bell
Are you an experienced Management Accountant that has previously line managed a small team? Would you describe yourself as a strong communicator? Would you like the opportunity to join a well-known Not for Profit organisation and develop your accounting skills further? If so, keep reading!

Robertson Bell are assisting this organisation to recruit an Interim Finance Manager on a 12-month FTC. This organisation operates on an office based working pattern, located in Tyne and Wear.

The Interim Finance Manager’s key responsibilities will include:
Analysing, creating reports, and producing the monthly management accounts to relay back to the board and trustees.
Taking responsibility for creating the budgets and monitoring them throughout their lifecycle.
Preparing the annual statutory accounts.
Managing a team of two experienced employees, supporting them with day-to-day tasks and resolving any queries they may have.

The successful Interim Finance Manager will have:
Previously worked in a similar role, ideally for a Not-for-Profit organisation.
Experience using financial accounting softwares and Excel in previous roles, with the ability to use VLOOKUPs, formulas, pivot tables and manipulate large sets of data.
Strong organisational and communication skills, with experience communicating financial information to budget holders.
A qualification with a recognised accounting body (ACA, ACCA, CIMA).

Apply now as CVs are being reviewed as they come in. This advert will close before its end date if the successful candidate is found.
Link: None
Remote Finance Business Partner (RB28355)
Robertson Bell
This ever-evolving international development charity are currently seeking a Finance Business Partner to join their globally diverse team on a permanent, fully remote basis. Reporting into an experienced Head of Finance with an impressive career history, you will be the lead for all things budgeting, forecasting and monthly reporting, in addition to being the key business partner to stakeholders across the globe!

The key duties of this Finance Business Partner are as follows:
Provide crucial business partnering support to a variety of budget holders up to and including Executive level, providing sound financial advice and critical challenge to drive decision making.
Take the lead in the production of the consolidated monthly management accounts, including the management information pack.
Full responsibility for driving and coordinating the annual budget setting process across the global organisation.
Host informative financial performance review meetings with your budget holders, investigating variances and writing supporting commentaries.
Conduct extensive financial modelling and produce detailed analysis to enable budget holders to better understand performance drivers.
This brilliant, fully remote role would suit someone with a background in a finance business partnering capacity who is looking for the opportunity to expand their skillset and take the lead in new areas, whilst adding significant financial value to a highly complex establishment.

The successful candidate will have:
Demonstrable experience of building credible relationships with senior stakeholders.
A background in budgeting, forecasting, monthly reporting and consolidation.
The confidence to challenge assumptions from non-finance savvy stakeholders.
Ideally, achieved their full accountancy qualification, but candidates without this possessing relevant experience will still be considered.

If you think this sounds like you, please do not delay in submitting your application.
Link: https://www.robertsonbell.co.uk/job/finance-business-partner-remote--rb28355
Director of Finance (RB27453)
Robertson Bell
This well-established not-for-profit organisation are currently seeking a Director of Finance to join their close-knit team on a permanent basis. Accountable to the Board of Trustees, you will provide critical leadership for the day-to-day running of the finance department, transforming their existing financial processes to enable to function to add greater value in line with their ever-evolving strategic goals.

The key duties of this Director of Finance are as follows:
Take the lead in the overhaul and improvement of the charity’s current financial processes, driving best practice and finetuning procedures in the interest of enhancing efficiency.
Manage, lead and upskill the finance team, providing the support and training they need to advance their careers and work more effectively.
Full responsibility for the budgeting, forecasting and monthly management accounting cycles with subsequent analysis.
Hold critical oversight of the production of the statutory accounts and be the key contact for the external Auditors.
Pioneer the implementation and embedding of the new CRM system, ensuring all financial data flow is as smooth as possible.
Attend and present at Finance Committee meetings and drive a culture of continuous improvement across the charity.
This Director of Finance role is the perfect opportunity for a senior finance professional who is looking for the chance to put their own stamp on a role and shape the future financial architecture of a highly-respected, complex establishment.

The successful candidate will have:
Achieved their full accountancy qualification or be qualified by experience.
Demonstrable experience working in a number one role in a finance team.
A strong track record of managing and upskilling a team, and the gravitas to provide leadership across a complex organisation.

If you think this Director of Finance role sounds like you, apply today!
Link: https://www.robertsonbell.co.uk/job/director-of-finance-rb27453
Finance Analyst
Shelter
The role of Finance Analyst is a multi-faceted one and will see you review monthly figures with a focus on identifying trends and variances and flagging key issues to other members of FP&A team and wider Finance team. You will also be counted on to build relationships with budget holders, acting as first point of contact on queries regarding financial planning and analysis, and contribute to the design and delivery of training sessions for budget holders around the organisation.

You will take part in the month end process, with a view to improving and increasing efficiencies in month end processing, prepare timely and accurate reports on restricted funded projects for submission to external funders and maintain regular reporting for budget holders on restricted fund over/underspends. You will also play a key role in the review and challenge of proposed contract and grant business cases developed by business development or fundraising teams.
Link: https://www.charityjob.co.uk/jobs/shelter/finance-analyst/911689?tsId=2
Head of Finance
Serpentine - Ivy Rock Partners
Ivy Rock Partners is recruiting a Head of Finance to join the team at Serpentine. Serpentine is a world-class arts organisation dedicated to accessibility and local community, showcasing progressive and accessible art for all to enjoy through free programmes of exhibitions and live events.

The Head of Finance is a senior position leading the day-to-day planning, implementing, managing and controlling of all financial related activities of the Serpentine. Reporting to the Director of Strategic Operations and Finance, this is a key, hands on role with overall responsibility for the integrity of the Trust’s accounting, and reporting processes, overseeing all financial controls, cash management and leading on the annual budgeting process.

Duties will include
Oversight and staff management of Serpentine finance team
Lead on the preparation of annual budgets and forecasting.
Act as business partner to SMT, supporting the Finance Business Partner to act as business partner to other budget holders.
Manage all aspects of financial management and ensure financial procedures, policies and systems are up to date and fit-for-purpose.
Produce efficient and timely management accounts, reports and management analysis of all financial aspects of the Trust.
Produce the statutory accounts in compliance with Company’s Act and Charity SORP in readiness for the annual audit.
Contribute to the development of organisational strategic business plans and future delivery models.

You will be a qualified accountant (CCAB or equivalent) with experience of managing finance functions at Senior Finance Manager or Head of Finance level (or equivalent).
Sector experience is not necessary, an empathy for and desire to work within the arts and not-for-profit sector is necessary.
Hybrid working with 3 days per week in their beautiful offices at Kensington Gardens and 2 days from home
Salary range of £70,000 – £80,000 per annum
For further information, please contact Holly at Ivy Rock Partners.
Link: https://ivyrockpartners.wixsite.com/serpentine
Director of Finance & Resources
House of St Barnabas - Ivy Rock Partners
Ivy Rock Partners is recruiting a Director of Finance & Resources to join the House of St Barnabas, a member community rooted in people, music, culture, arts and dedicated to breaking the cycle of homelessness. The House of St Barnabas is one of the most lively, creative, and innovative organisations in London.
The Director of Finance & Resources will be responsible for the finance and HR team for the charity, working closely with the CEO and the rest of the Senior Management Team to deliver sound long-term financial planning advice and business strategy.
Working with a team of genuine, hard-working, and fun individuals, this is an exciting role to join the senior management team to drive sustainability and the strategic finance direction for the organisation.
You will be a fully qualified accountant, with excellent interpersonal skills and experienced at liaising with a range of non-finance individuals to develop financial strategy.
You may be from a charity, membership body, or hospitality business background though candidates with any sector experience are encouraged to apply, much more important is a commitment to learning and our values; encouraging, creative, social and inclusive.
Experience at senior finance level is ideal with prospective candidates likely to have operated as Head of Finance or Director of Finance in previous roles.
A salary banding of £66,550 – £75,736 per annum is available depending on experience.
• 35 hours per week and full-time, office based in a grade I listed building in Soho with up to 2 days per week working from home.
• Free membership to the House of St Barnabas club (including free barista coffee, 15% discount on food and drink for you and a guest).
• Working in an inclusive environment, where values of creativity and generosity are evident.
• A fun and creative organisation where you will have access to a weekly programme of events encompassing DJ nights, music performances, seminars, keynote speakers, art and much more.

Link: https://ivyrockpartners.wixsite.com/hosb
Director of Finance
Centre for Ageing Better
Everyone has the right to a good life as they get older. The Centre for Ageing Better pioneers ways to make ageing better a reality for everyone.

Working across a range of programmes which inform on improving the lives of people over 50, the Centre for Ageing Better invests in; preventing discrimination in employment; enabling healthcare accessibility for older people; lobbying for investment in safe homes and housing; tackling loneliness; and much more. The charity works to inspire and inform those in power to tackle inequalities faced by older people and take up ideas and approaches to help people to age better.
We are recruiting a part-time Director of Finance to oversee the financial management for the charity, and to develop the Centre for Ageing Better’s long-term income strategy, working closely with the CEO, Board, and Senior Management Team to create new and sustainable income streams past their endowment term.

The Director of Finance will be responsible for oversight of the day-to-day financial operations as well as supporting the CEO Executive leadership team in longer term financial strategy including the assessment of investments and income strategies.

The role can be offered on a 2 or 3 day per week at either 15 or 22.5 hours. Please get in touch to discuss working patterns and flexibility in more detail.

• 28 days plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time)
• Employer pension contribution of 6.5%
• 24.7 employee assistance programmes
• Season Ticket Loans
• Enhanced Maternity and Paternity leave options

You will be a qualified accountant with experience of operating at senior finance level, specifically Head of Finance or Director of Finance level. You will have knowledge of working with investments, and experience of or an appreciation for how to drive forward financial strategy within a charity. Previous charity is advantageous and an empathy for the organisation’s deliverables and values is a must.
Link: https://ivyrockpartners.wixsite.com/centreageingbetter
Finance Business Partner
Quakers - Ivy Rock Partners
Quakers in Britain (formally the Religious Society of Friends) are a faith group with its roots in Christianity. It emerged in the mid-17th century as a group with no separate priesthood, and with a form of worship based in silence.

Quakers have been committed to peace, equality, simplicity and integrity throughout history, and are known for work to bring about social change over the years, such as on the abolition of the slave trade, the relief of suffering in wartime, improving living conditions for factory workers and the introduction of same-sex marriage.

The Business Partner supports effective financial planning and forward-looking decision making, working alongside programme staff, operational managers and Members of Management Meeting. The Business Partner is also responsible for management reporting and helping to deliver effective financial management, control and advisory support for Britain Yearly Meeting.

Important Information:
• Salary:
o London: £55,265 – £63,418 per annum (live within the M25 or spend 50% time in London office)
o Regional: £46,976 – £53,904 per annum
• Work Arrangement: Flexible – office-based or hybrid with an expectation of 1-2 days in the office per week
• Location: London Euston
• Hours: 35 hours per week (with flexibility on start/end times)
• Reporting to: Finance Director
• Accessibility: Fully supportive and eager to discuss reasonable adjustments where needed.

Link: https://ivyrockpartners.wixsite.com/quakers
Finance Director
Quakers - Ivy Rock Partners
Quakers in Britain (formally the Religious Society of Friends) are a faith group with its roots in Christianity. It emerged in the mid-17th century as a group with no separate priesthood, and with a form of worship based in silence.

Quakers have been committed to peace, equality, simplicity and integrity throughout history, and are known for work to bring about social change over the years, such as on the abolition of the slave trade, the relief of suffering in wartime, improving living conditions for factory workers and the introduction of same-sex marriage.

The Finance Director provides leadership to, and is accountable for, the stewardship and deployment of organisational assets and resources, including finance, property and people, and the generation and maintenance of income streams.

The postholder acts as secretary to Trustees’ Finance and Property Committee, and as company secretary to Friends House (London) Hospitality Ltd, trading as Quiet Company.

This is a broad and impactful role spanning both strategic and technical oversight of finances for the organisation. Key areas of responsibilities include:
• Strategic and Financial Planning
• Leadership of Finance and Resources
• Governance and reporting
• Management of staff and development of systems
• Communications

You will have previously led a team of Finance staff and whilst it is not essential, it is desirable you would have done so within the not-for-profit sector. The Finance Director will be a pivotal role for driving best practice and processes across Finance and engagement with the new IT systems; and you will be an excellent communicator with a collaborative approach.

Salary:
o London: £76,737 – £83,855 per annum (live within the M25 or spend 50% time in London office)
o Regional: £65,226 – £71,277 per annum
Work Arrangement: Flexible – office-based or hybrid with an expectation of 1-2 days in the office per week
Hours: 35 hours per week (with flexibility on start/end times)

Link: https://ivyrockpartners.wixsite.com/quakers
Programme Finance Analyst
Marble Mayne Recruitment
A leading news & media focused NGO is seeking a Programme Finance Analyst initially on a 3 month fixed term contract, while structure of the finance team is reviewed.

The role is full-time for 3 months and there will be a requirement to attend the office in central London for at least one day per week.

The salary offered is £38,797 – £42,700 per annum.

The role would best suit a candidate with prior international charity/programmes finance experience as the work will include multi-currency work, budgeting for programmes internationally, donor reporting and gathering reports from partners.

Candidates must be able to start the role immediately or within 1-2 weeks at the latest.

Candidates should also have the full right to work in the UK for full-time hours.

The role will involve:

-Project reporting (Internal/External)

-Managing Project Audits

-Reviewing Project expenditure

-Multicurrency analysis

-Project staff financial management

-Direct financial programme support to countries

-Project budgeting

-Monthly management reports

-Supporting the annual statutory auditing process

-Supporting the annual organisational budget process

-Any other tasks as required by senior management

-Timely production of project financial reports for donors and other internal/external stakeholders.

-Ensuring professional and compliant delivery of all financial processes, drive improvements in processes and ensure all staff members understand and adopt such processes

-Proactive provision of internal finance training and policy guidance as needed

Candidate requirements:

-Part-qualified or fully-qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA)

-Experience of financial and management accounts systems/processes, including annual accounts, budgeting, cost allocations, audits and external reporting

-Experience of external (donor project) reporting

-Experience providing finance support ideally to international programmes in developing countries, in an NGO setting

Closing date: ASAP
Link: https://www.marblemayne.co.uk/job/programme-finance-analyst/
Head of Finance - Operations
JSS Public Sector & Not-for-profit
JSS Public Sector & Not-for-profit are supporting Motability with their search for a new Head of Finance - Operations.

Motability are a fantastic national Charity that provide charitable grants to disabled people who would otherwise be unable to afford a vehicle, adaptations or driving lessons they need.

Motability is trustee of a £1.3bn of expendable endowment invested in globally diversified, long-term real assets to provide stability given volatile donation income.

Reporting to and working closely with the Director of Finance and the Head of Finance (Systems), you will contribute to the corporate effectiveness, data-driven agenda within the finance team whilst helping with the delivery a new finance systems to help support the Charity’s long-term ambitions.

Being people orientated is essential as you will be responsible for the line management of an operational finance team of 16, covering financial accounting, investment accounting, treasury and tax and management accounting. You will also act as the business partner for Heads of Department across Motability.

The successful candidate will be an experienced finance professional with a demonstrable track record in a leadership role. You will have a recognised finance qualification with previous experience within the not-for-profit sector with knowledge relating to charity accounting and financial management, investment accounting or the measurement of charitable outputs, outcomes and impact.

This is a permanent position offering a salary of £87,000 - £92,000 per annum.

Motability provide a positive, inclusive and supportive working environment for all with extensive employee benefits such as 26 days annual leave (rising to 28 after 5 years service), 15% pension (10% non-contributory), BUPA Healthcare, Enhanced Parental Leave and Adoption Pay, Life Assurance 4 x salary and more!
Motability operate a hybrid working environment with 3 days based out of their Harlow Office (30 min train from Liverpool Street).
Link: https://uk.linkedin.com/jobs/view/head-of-finance-operations-at-jss-search-limited-3636094494
Finance Manager
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
We are looking to appoint a highly motivated and experienced finance professional to support the Director of Finance & Operations in delivering accurate reporting and financial analysis to enable the growth of the charity. This is an exciting time for our team and the right candidate will have experience in finance system implementations or be motivated by this prospect.

As Finance manager your primary responsibilities will be the delivery of accurate management accounts and the preparation of the year-end accounts to trial balance for both the Charity and it’s subsidiary. You will be an excellent people manager and the success of this role will be dependent on effective business partnering with the Care Managers across our regional teams.

You will have a good working knowledge of Charities SORP, financial and regulatory compliance as well as a keen awareness of fraud prevention. The right candidate will be adept at keeping financial policies and procedures updated and will ensure robust compliance throughout the organisation.

Please follow the link for the full Job Description
Link: https://www.rainbowtrust.org.uk/jobs/finance-manager-2
Regional Finance Director
Ark
Ark are an impressive network of 39 schools, educating around 28,500 pupils in areas where they can make the biggest difference and are recognised as one of the highest achieving academy groups in the country.
Having just celebrated their 20th anniversary there has never been a more exciting time to join.

Working closely with the senior leadership team, the Regional Finance Director will provide all aspects of financial management and play a leading strategic role in the continuing development of the South London schools.

Summary of key areas of responsibility include;
Be responsible for all aspects of finance at the academies and developing the in-school finance teams to provide a high-level service to their principals and operations leads
Control, monitor and evaluate the academies’ finances, ensuring compliance with financial requirements and value for money
Modelling and scenario planning for risks and opportunities
Leading the team through budget setting and reforecasting cycles, ensuring a smooth month end and a sound business partnering service

In order to be successful in this role, we are looking for a formally qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIPFA/CIMA) with post qualification experience of strategic financial management. You will be a confident leader who can engage and influence key stakeholders as well as support decision making. Experience of schools or education finance would be desirable but is not essential and therefore we welcome applications from the wider Not-for-Profit and public sectors.

Fantastic benefits include 27 days holiday plus bank holidays rising with each year of service, and Christmas shut down, hybrid working, generous pension contributions of 11% or LGPS.
£70,000 - £80,000
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Interim Director of Finance & Operations
Goodman Masson
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Interim Director of Finance & Operations
Goodman Masson
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£600 - £700 per day
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A small but rapidly growing and very impactful education charity is looking for an Interim Director of Finance & Operations to support their close-knit team. The collaborative, mission-driven team are at a critical time within the financial year with year end looming, so bringing in a strong leader who can also provide really hands-on support is essential.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/interim-director-of-finance-operations/
Interim Senior Financial Accountant (RB28491)
Robertson Bell
Are you an enthusiastic and dynamic accountant who would consider themselves a high achiever? Are you a fully qualified accountant who could hit the ground running in supporting an organisation through their year end? Are you excited about the opportunity to work for one of the most well-known charities in the UK? If yes, read on!

Robertson Bell is once again partnering with a leading charity to recruit an Interim Senior Financial Accountant to join them for an initial three-month contract to support them throughout their year end and audit process. The role will be offered on largely remote basis, with travel to London required once every couple of weeks.

The main responsibilities of the Interim Financial Accountant include:
Act as a key point of contact for the external auditors during the year end process and ensure any recommendations are implemented in a timely fashion.
Attend the Finance and Audit Committee meetings, presenting the accounts and answering any follow up queries as required.
Play a key role in the preparation of the annual accounts.
Ensure that all income and expenditure is correctly accounted for and reflected in the finance system.

The successful candidate will be:
A qualified accountant.
Experienced in either producing statutory accounts or as an external auditor.
A first-class communicator with excellent Excel skills.

This role is an urgent priority and interviews are being booked in ASAP so please do not hesitant to make an application!
Interim Year End Accountant (RB28626)
Robertson Bell
Are you an experienced Accountant who can hit the ground running in a new role? Do you have extensive experience in statutory reporting and year-end audit? Would you like to work with an innovative and passionate line manager? If yes, read on.

Robertson Bell are partnering with a prestigious organisation in their search for a Year End Accountant to joint them for a three-month contract. Working in Central London on a hybrid basis, this role will offer crucial support during a busy year end period.

The main responsibilities of the role include:
Completing balance sheet reconciliations.
Preparing audit schedules and liaising with the auditors.
Supporting to transactional team with control account reconciliations.
Monitoring grant spend and completing reconciliations in relation to restricted funding.

The successful candidate will be:
A least part qualified in ACCA.
A experienced financial accounting.
Able to demonstrate an understanding of grants and restricted funding.
An excellent communicator.

Interviews are being scheduled ASAP, and this role is likely to be filled before the deadline, so please do not hesitate in making an application!
Senior Financial Accountant (RB28645 - 18 Month FTC)
Robertson Bell
Are you a motivated and dedicated finance professional with experience of regulatory returns within the third-sector? Interested in moving out of practice into collaborative and growing organisation? Would you like to work for an organisation that champions professional development and offering exciting opportunities to its team? If yes, read on!

Robertson Bell is pleased to be partnering with a fantastic not-for-profit organisation in their search for a Senior Financial Accountant to join their team. Reporting the Finance Director, this role will focus on producing the statutory returns to government and support with year-end.

The main responsibilities include:
Lead on the production of statutory financial returns to the various regulatory bodies and external organisations.
Support the financial accounting with the preparation of statutory accounts and external audit.
Ownership of monitoring grant claims for the organisation and ensuring compliance with funders.
Review compliance on VAT returns in line with ir35, gift aid, etc.

The successful candidate will be:
A qualified Accountant.
Experienced in leading on regulatory returns to governmental department.
Dynamic with excellent communication skills.

If you are interested in this role, please do not hesitate in making an application as CVs will be reviewed ASAP!
Finance Manager
Goodman Masson
Are you a qualified accountant looking for a new managerial role? A nationwide charity is looking for a Finance Manager to join their team as soon as possible.

Established almost two decades ago, this impressive charity dedicates itself to improving the lives of individuals across the UK who are suffering with life-altering health issues.

Joining the team based in Central London, you would report into the Finance Director and have the opportunity to work flexibly.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/finance-manager-3/
Financial Controller
Robertson Bell
Robertson Bell are pleased to be working with this international charity whilst they recruit for a permanent Financial Controller. Reporting into their Head of Finance this role will manage a small team of two whilst overseeing all financial accounting and control duties of the charity.
Duties for this role include:
- Leading on the preparation of financial statements, monthly reports, budgeting and forecasting.
- Prepare and present information for the finance committee.
- Supervise the audit process and support with any technical queries around commercial legislation or tax.
- Ensure all donations are accurately processed ad liaise regularly with external stakeholder’s including banks and the auditors.
- Work on the further embedding of the organisations new finance system, ensuring data provided is clear and useful.
- Oversee £50m worth of investments, insuring the charity is benefiting from these in the best way possible and highlighting any potential risks.
- Manage two members of staff, providing coaching and development.

This Financial Controller will be joining a fantastic organisation that promotes a highly positive working culture and offers flexible hybrid working, with a base at their central London office. This role would best suit either someone who is already working in industry leading on the statutory accounts process or someone in practice who is experienced in accounts preparation.

The successful candidate will:
- Be a fully qualified Accountant.
- Have previous financial accounting experience and the ability to maintain an environment of strong financial controls.
- Be experienced partnering with senior members of staff.
- Feel passionate about the charitable sector.
- Be a first-class communicator.
- Be a driven and hardworking individual who is seeking a step up in their career.

To learn more about this opportunity please do not hesitate in applying as the Line Manager is keen to see CV’s ASAP!

Link: https://www.robertsonbell.co.uk/job/financial-controller-rb28248
Finance Director (RB27926)
Robertson Bell
This unique charity is currently seeking a new Finance Director to join their close-knit team on a permanent basis. Managing a small team, you will provide strategic leadership for all things finance across the structure.

The key duties of this Finance Director role are as follows:

Play a leading role in strategic planning activities, working closely with the CEO and the Board to drive performance in line with the organisation’s impressive growth plans.
In partnership with other departments, identify potential cost efficiency or productivity improvements across the organisation.
Ensure the finance department is effectively managed and staff have access to necessary training and development opportunities.
Hold key responsibility for the monthly management accounts and ensure the timely delivery of financial performance reports against budget to all relevant stakeholders.
Lead on statutory reporting for the Group and present regularly at Board meetings.
Close liaison with the Chief Executive, Senior Management Team, Trustees, internal and external Stakeholders and the audit committee.

This Finance Director role comes at an exciting time for the charity as they have recently been through a phenomenal period of transformation and have just embarked on a highly ambitious, industry-leading strategic journey that this role will be key in pioneering. Furthermore, this opportunity will be based near Potters Bar, but there will be opportunities to work from home on offer.

The successful candidate will have:

Achieved their full accountancy qualification.
Experience working in a number one or two role in a finance department.
The confidence and gravitas to provide strategic financial leadership.
A strong track record of communicating complex financial information to senior, non-financial stakeholders.

If you think this Director of Finance role sounds like you, do not delay, apply today!
Link: https://www.robertsonbell.co.uk/job/finance-director-rb27926
Systems and Project Accountant
Goodman Masson
We are looking for a Systems and Project Accountant who will work within the Finance team, with an understanding of strategic goals and IT strategies and projects alignment, to deliver those goals. You will also be responsible for articulating and driving the Finance Strategy with a focus on the vision and technical systems solutions aligned to critical business needs and be the ‘Go-to’ person for all day to day finance systems challenges, queries and updates.
Link: https://www.goodmanmasson.com/job/systems-and-project-accountant-2/
Director of Finance and Resources - REF: 28447
Robertson Bell
Robertson Bell are delighted to be working with this purpose driven charity that promotes an equal an diverse community whilst they recruit for a newly created and permanent Director of Finance and Resources role. Reporting into the Chief Executive, you will manage four direct reports with overall responsibility for the finance, premises and IT function.

Duties for this role will include:
- Oversee all elements of risk, governance and legal including management of the risk register.
- Present to the board of trustees and various committees, ensuring alignment to the charity’s strategy is always maintained.
- Manage the development of financial plans and budgets working hand in hand with the CEO.
- Oversee all regulatory compliance, maintain tight financial controls and improve systems and processes ensuring staff have access to necessary training and support.
- Assist the Senior Leadership Team with business decisions and business planning.
- Facilitate the growth of the organisation by building a strong finance team.
- Lead on contract negotiations, re-tendering and leases for the organisations five buildings.

This Director of Finance and Resources will be based officially out of the charity’s head office near Deptford and will offer highly flexible working options. The role will join a professional and purpose driven team and will have the opportunity to really make this role their own and drive positive change.

The successful candidate will:
- Be a qualified Accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA)
- Have previous experience leading a finance team and reporting into a Chief Executive.
- Have the capacity to finalise both the management and financial accounts.
- Feel confident managing projects and driving efficiencies.

If you are interested in this position, please don’t hesitate in applying as applications will be reviewed on rolling basis.

Link: https://www.robertsonbell.co.uk/job/director-of-finance-and-resources-rb28447
Financial Accountant
Allen Lane
Financial Accountant
Permanent, Full-time
£50,000 - £53,000
Hybrid working 2 days in office
Location: Central London

Our client is an armed service charity that are looking for a Financial accountant to join their team with a focus on ensuring the integrity of the monthly financial reporting, producing the statutory accounts for the Charity and Trading Subsidiary, year-end and reconciliations. This role would be ideal for a qualified accountant looking for their first position in the not-for-profit sector.

Key responsibilities:
Completing the month and year end accounting, including the reconciliation of intercompany and other balance sheet accounts, clearing of intercompany balances, review of working capital
Providing support to the Business Processes Team
Preparing the year end statutory accounts for Head Office based subsidiaries and related annual returns.
Leading the external audits for those subsidiaries managed at Head Office (including preparation/amalgamation of all audit deliverables) and supporting the Head of Financial Accounts with the preparation of the Group consolidated accounts and annual return;
Statutory filing of subsidiary accounts and submission of any required regulatory returns, including any returns due to HMRC such as VAT, Corporation Tax;

The successful candidate will be a fully qualified accountant with a desire to drive change in an organisation. Additional skills include highly developed interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to liaise and work across different teams.

Our client is fully open to sector experience and committed to delivering a first-class training and induction programme. As such we welcome candidates from industry, charity or practice backgrounds.
Link: https://www.charityjob.co.uk/jobs/allen-lane-interim-permanent-recruitment/allen-lane-interim-permanent-recruitment/915069?tsId=8
Finance Manager - REF: 28008
Robertson Bell
Are you a passionate Finance Manager looking for a fresh challenge that will allow you to take the next step in your career? Keen to be part of an ambitious team who take on exciting projects on a national and international level? Do you have experience in the production of management and statutory accounts along with liaising with different stakeholders? If yes, read on!

Robertson Bell are excited to be partnering with this fantastic charity based in South London, as they recruit a permanent Finance Manager for their team. This role will form part of an organisation that operates at an international level and will be responsible for managing the general ledger and ensuring financial processes are followed correctly.

The key responsibilities of the Finance Manager position include:
• Managing a small team of three finance professionals and overseeing the work they complete.
• Working closely with the Junior Finance Manager to prepare Management Accounts and meet with relevant teams to discuss these.
• Leading on the full audit process and ensuring all statutory requirements are prepared for external auditors.
• Overseeing the various income streams and allocating these accordingly.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced accountant who is looking to take the next step in their career. This is a newly created position that will form part of an ambitious team and can enjoy fantastic benefits such as flexible working arrangements, a great annual leave allowance and pension contributions.

The successful candidate will:
• Be qualified with ACCA, ACA or CIMA.
• Have experience in a similar Finance Manager position.
• Be able to show proven experience of working with different income streams.
• Ideally come from the charity sector but this is not essential.

If this Finance Manager position interests you, please get in touch today as applications close soon!
Management Accountant - REF: 28336
Robertson Bell
Are you a passionate Management Accountant looking to take the next step in your career? Keen to join an ambitious charity and make a difference on a financial forefront? Would you say you are willing to go above a standard job description? If yes, read on!

Robertson Bell have partnered with this passionate charity based in Milton Keynes, as they recruit a Management Accountant to join them on a permanent basis. This role will be responsible for providing analysis on the organisation’s finances to help management make informed decisions to help achieve objectives.

The key responsibilities of the Management Accountant position include:
• Production of monthly management accounts and to provide analysis and commentary on these.
• Manage a small team and oversee their day-to-day responsibilities ensuring they are working effectively.
• Business partnering with stakeholders and providing insight into the financials and provide suggestions on improvements and cost effectiveness.

This Management Accountant opportunity is ideal for someone who is looking to grow in their career and develop the skills and experience. The position is offered on a hybrid basis with candidates required in the office three days a week and includes other great benefits. You will form part of an ambitious team who make a difference at an innovative not-for-profit organisation.

The ideal candidate will:
• Ideally be a qualified Accountant, or be part qualified at least.
• Have strong management accounting experience and be able to analyse data and produce reports.
• Be a strong communicator and confident translating financial information to non-financial people.

If this Management Accountant position interests you, please apply today!
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