Our client, a children’s charity are seeking a Finance Manager who will have day to day responsibility for the organisation’s finances, supervise 3 members of staff, and will report to the Head of Finance and Operations, and work closely with other colleagues.
Job reference: FM
Location: Camden, London
Salary: £35,000 - £40,000 per year
Hours: Full-time, 35 hours per week
This is a varied and dynamic role and the post holder will help set and manage budgets, maintain accurate financial records, prepare financial reports, provide support during the annual auditing process, and ensure all financial and compliance requirements are met.
With a relevant accounting background, qualified or part qualified studying towards an accounting qualification (ACCA/CIMA) or similar and/or qualified by experience, you will have an excellent understanding and experience of financial planning, demonstrable experience and ability using computerised accounting software/databases, bookkeeping and Excel to an advanced level.
You will be well organised with a high level of attention to detail, be able to communicate effectively with financial and non-financial staff, and have the ability to both organise and prioritise your own workload, and work flexibly and pro-actively.
About the organisation:
In the UK there are more than 1.3 million disabled children and young people and nearly four million children living in poverty. Our client a children’s charity, exists to improve their lives.
They are a grant-giving charity that provides practical, tangible, direct help that makes an immediate difference to children and young people, as well as their parents and families. They do this through funding wheelchairs, specialist equipment, adapted accessible transport in the form of their Sunshine Coaches and memorable experiences through their Great Days Out programme. They aim to help children have fewer bad days and more great days by facilitating their independence, freedom, dignity and greater self-esteem, so helping them to make the most of their childhood. Their focus is on supporting children aged 18 and under.
This charity in the UK are part of a global organisation, currently active in 17 different countries. Since setting up its UK division in 1949, the charity has raised close to £300 million, and supported countless children affected by disability and disadvantage.
They will be assessing applications on a rolling basis, and if a suitable candidate is found they reserve the right to close the vacancy early.
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