Finance & Impact Reporting Manager

Woodcraft Folk
London (Greater)
£30,414 to £32,999 (incl LW) pro rata
04 Dec 2017
08 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Do you want to combine your highly organised, systems-oriented approach with your passion for social change? Woodcraft Folk, the co-operative children and young people’s charity, is looking for a part-time Finance & Impact Reporting Manager to help us make best use of our limited resources, evaluate what works and help us tell the exciting stories of our youth-led, grassroots educational activity. Reporting to our General Secretary, you will oversee our head office and national project finances, manage our Finance Administrator and liaise with our auditors. Working closely with our Development Director, you will ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of our national projects, and timely reporting to members, funders and regulators. Salary: £30,414 to £32,999 (incl LW) pro rata  The role is for 21 hours per week.  The deadline for applications is 9am on 28th November 2017 Please apply online with your CV and cover letter for this Finance & Impact Reporting Manager role. Please check your email for confirmation that your application has been received and to follow further instructions if applicable.