Are you a hands-on finance professional with management team experience? Do you want to support a fantastic charity funding life-changing services? If so, read on.
With over 29 years of experience, Community Foundation for Calderdale (CFFC) is a multi-award winning charity and are listed in the top ten community foundations within the UK.
We support hundreds of charities and volunteer groups across our area, addressing inequalities, investing in brighter futures and enabling positive change.
Working with generous individuals, businesses and public sector organisations, we have distributed over £30 million in grants to a diverse range of causes in local communities.
We are now looking for a Finance Manager on a part-time basis to lead our finance function and get stuck in from the get go.
A salary of up to £35,000 pro rata, DOE
20 days’ holiday (pro rata) plus Bank Holidays
Extended Easter and Christmas breaks
Flexible working schedule
This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to an organisation that is creating real and lasting change throughout the local community.
You’ll quickly find that we offer an excellent working environment and development opportunities, ensuring that you grow with your role and beyond, meaning this role represents present and future value for your career.
So, if you want to use your expertise to support local causes and issues such as mental health, loneliness and homelessness, this is the role for you.
As a Finance Manager, you will maintain the Foundation’s accounting and payroll records in accordance with the Companies Act, Inland Revenue and other charity legislation.
Leading from the front, you will:
Generate management information to users to provide visibility and insight which will help guide the foundation to further success
Manage the Foundation’s funds on a day to day basis
Manage banking processes and maintain balances within various Foundation bank accounts
Prepare returns for funding bodies in conjunction with the grants team
Prepare year end accounts and produce working papers in preparation for audit
In this wide-reaching role, you will also be required to undertake other duties from time to time as required by the CEO.
To join us as a Finance Manager, you will need:
To be ACCA, CIMA and/or ACA qualified, or possess equivalent experience
Experience of working with Sage 50
Experience of working as part of a management team
Demonstrable people management experience
Ideally, you will have worked in the charitable/third sector previously; however, this is not an essential requirement but would be advantageous to your application.
Other organisations may call this role Finance Team Leader, Management Accountant, Finance Lead, Company Accountant, Accountant, Chartered Accountant, Financial Controller, or Financial Accountant.
This is a part-time role, working 17.5-21 hours per week, over any three days, however these hours can be worked over five days. We are flexible on the exact nature of the working arrangements. It is anticipated that at busy periods, such as accounting year end, more hours will be required.