£50k per year
020 7820 7307
4 months ago
I am excited to be working with an amazing bereavement charity in search of an Interim Finance Manager on a 6 month FTC, to work closely with the Head of Finance & IT. This integral role will see you work with the team to develop updated processes to ensure data integrity and a strong control. This will involve managing, motivating and training a team of four.
The role includes being involved in the year-end external audit, being responsible for the month-end and year-end accounting processes and for the control of the balance sheet reconciliations.
Implement a comprehensive month-end and year end process.
Control of the balance sheet and associated reconciliations.
Working with the Head of Finance & IT to maximise the use of Netsuite accounts software.
Produce reports to provide a complete picture of cash, funds, income, expenditure and project/programme activity.
Managing, supporting and training other finance team members in their duties.
Supporting the preparation of the statutory accounts in line with SORP requirements.
Provide year-end analysis and audit working schedules for auditors.
To work with the Head of Fundraising to ensure data from the fundraising CRM (Beacon) is accurate and in the form required to upload to Netsuite.
Providing financial reports for budget holders, and ensuring that budget holders monitor and manage their budgets effectively.
Any other duties commensurate with the accountability of the post including flexibility of working hours and additional responsibilities.
Qualification(s) and experience:
Qualified (ACA, ACCA, CIPFA)
Experience of using Netsuite is essential
Statutory accounts preparation
SORP and charity compliance framework
Understanding of charity accounting e.g. restricted funds
Experience of producing information for business cases or funding applications
Producing and writing reports
Business partnering with non-finance departments
If you have the above skills and experience and are immediately available, please apply online today!