£38k - 42k per year + pro-rata
020 7820 7310
6 months ago
Billions of people do not have access to safe, affordable health care when needed. Can you help a growing organisation address a neglected area of global health care?
Harris Hill are proud to be working alongside an international non-profit organisation looking to find an experienced and enthusiastic Finance Manager to work part-time (3 to 3.5 days per week). This is an amazing organisation making an increasing and fundamental impact on global health. The type of intervention this organisation champions could address up to 30% of the global burden of disease.
Globally, the poorest 33% of people receive just 3.5% of this type of intervention. This means the mortality rates are 1,000 times higher than in some high income countries compared to parts of the world where this type of medical intervention has been neglected. In some countries as many as 90% of hospital departments do not have the equipment to provide the care required for a child in need of help.
The ideal candidate would have a genuine interest in global health, naturally this would give you a distinct advantage.
Previously the financial management and accounting has been outsourced but now the function has been brought in-house in order to strengthen the financial management of a growing organisation.
The part-time Finance Manager role will contribute to the organisations objectives by developing timely access to financial information. You must also have the capacity to analyse the information and maintain management of restricted funds.
You will report directly to the CEO and will liaise regularly with the Programmes Manager and the Head of Partnerships and Fundraising. Maintaining relationships with the Treasurer, Board and Council will also be important and an ability to interact across a range of stakeholders is essential.
If successful you will join a small team based in London who work to support a much larger team of expert volunteers around the world.
Purpose of the Role
The part- time Finance Manager is a key member of the team responsible for the day to day accounting and financial management of the charity. The Finance Manager is also responsible for budgeting, tracking income & expenditure and reporting on the financial performance to the senior management team.
Key tasks and responsibilities
Financial reporting for audit in line with US and UK regulations
Prepare end of year accounts and arrange audit (similar to SORP)
Prepare accounts for any subsidiary accounts
Prepare monthly management accounts
Preparation of Annual Budget and forecasts
Develop financial procedures
Receive all purchase invoices and ensure they are appropriately authorised
Communicating strategy and policy decisions to senior management team
Provide sound financial advice to senior board members
Contribute to the strategic direction of the Charity
Ensure that the appropriate vision and processes are in place to ensure long-term financial viability
Lead the charity's strategy planning & budgeting processes
Ensure the organisation is aware of its accountability to its stakeholders
Producing and presenting financial reports
Cash flow forecasting
VAT, tax and Gift Aid issues
Prepare analysis of financial information for monitoring reports when required
Assist with the financial aspects of grant applications
Qualified Accountant (or part qualified with significant experience) with strong finance management experience
Fully conversant with accounting procedures legislation and an understanding of US not for profit or UK charity
Strong knowledge of SORP, charity law and VAT (or US equivalent)
Track record of working with tight budgets
Working experience of restricted and unrestricted funding
Knowledge of financial legislation in respect of Charities
Ability to analyse
IT literate with an emphasis on financial systems, spreadsheets, SAGE (or equivalent) and Excel
Exemplary verbal and written communication abilities
Able to work from office or from home
(This is a part-time role - 3 to 3.5 days per week at a pro-rata salary of £38,000 - £42,000 pa)