Finance Manager

32576.00 - 36360.00 GBP Annual + GBP32576 - GBP36360/annum
26 Jan 2017
20 Feb 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Finance Manager
Matlock, Derbyshire
GBP32,576 - GBP36,360

Our client is the only organisation in Derbyshire working to protect and enhance wildlife and wild places throughout the county. They are a fast paced, innovative and ambitious charity, passionate about their work and very focused on achieving their 2020 vision.

The purpose of the Head of Finance is to support the delivery of the strategic plan by managing financial information and accounting systems. Leading on strategy development and implementation, the post holder will ensure the good financial health of the charity and trading company.

You will work in close cooperation with the Chief Executive and Trustees in order to ensure an appropriate financial policy framework is in place and that we are operating in accordance with legal requirements and good practice. You will be responsible for values led accounting services to include financial accounting, management accounting, forecasting, budgeting and control systems.

Available to provide advice to Management and Trustees, you will plan and manage cash flow, assist with the grant process, manage the payroll systems and prepare annual accounts. You will also sit on the investment sub-committee to ensure funds are invested in the most appropriate way.

The successful candidate will hold a professional accounting qualification and / or degree in a relevant subject. You must have significant experience in financial leadership and operational management to include sound knowledge of treasury and financial management. Able to contribute to strategic and operational decision making, you will have a proven ability to implement and monitor highly effective financial controls.

If you are a strong and inspiring leader with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, we would love to hear from you!

Keywords: Head of Finance, Finance Director, Charity Accountant

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