Part Time Finance Manager

Part Time Finance Manager

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    £46k per year + Pro Rata

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    Simon Bascombe

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    020 7820 7311

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  • Published:

    10 months ago

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Harris Hill is recruiting for a Part Time Finance and Operations Manager for this Global Health Charity based in London.

  • Permanent: Part Time 4 days a week
  • Flexible working: 2 days a week will be required in their offices in London
  • Salary: to £46,000pa FTE.
  • Reporting to: Chief Executive
  • Direct Report: Administrative Officer

The Position

  • This role will contribute to the charities objectives by developing timely access to financial information, the capacity to analyse information and improved management of restricted funds. The Finance & Operations Manager is a key member of the team responsible for the day to day accounting and financial management of the charity
  • A significant part of the role would be to upgrade the Charity's operational systems in the most cost-effective manner. This could incorporate the move to new software for email and knowledge management, introduction of a CRM, and reviewing the current accounts software.
  • The role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) which meets monthly.

Key tasks and responsibilities

  • Statutory financial reporting for audit, in line with US and UK regulations
  • Prepare end of year accounts and arrange audit
  • Prepare accounts for any subsidiary accounts
  • Prepare monthly management accounts
  • Preparation of Annual Budget and forecasts
  • Monthly bank reconciliations
  • Setting up and authorising payments by BACS
  • Raise all invoices and requests for payment; chase outstanding invoices

Operations management

  • To develop and maintain office administrative systems to increase the efficient functioning of the organisation
  • To ensure IT systems are functioning effectively and providing or facilitating support to staff
  • Ensure that the charity has the appropriate IT policies and procedures in place and that these are implemented across the organisation
  • Ensuring that staff are trained and able to use the charities software, applications and programmes effectively
  • Making recommendations of new or enhanced systems and processes that best suit the needs of the organisation