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Head of Finance/HR

Closing date
30 Jun 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Currently recruiting for a Head of Finance and HR for a not-for-profit organisation in the Haywards Heath area. This role will report directly to the Chief Executive this will be a varied and challenging role with responsibility for managing the day-to-day financeoperations, human resource management and office services.

Key responsibilities

• Maintaining an internal reporting system and account structure that ensures transparency and accountability for all financial activities

• Providing accurate and timely information to Boards and actively participate in meetings. This includes cashflow reporting and variance budget analysis

• Preparing annual statutory accounts including planning and managing annual audits

• Compiling annual budgets and assure appropriate resource for program spending needs, and monitor expenditure to ensure compliance with Board approved budget

• Overseeing the inputting of financial data, invoice processing, banking and payments

• Maintaining Sales and Purchase Ledgers including a Purchase Order System

• Overseeing the credit control / debt management process

• Reconciling bank accounts

• Preparing and submit VAT returns

• Managing the: PAYE/payroll service; pension scheme; cash flow and investments

• Maintaining IT based accounts package linked to membership database

• Managing reporting from Oomi Sales ledger, overseeing the finance reporting library, to ensure efficiencies and added value

• Providing forecasts and other data analysis as required

• Advising on future financial planning policy taking account of legislative changes

• Assisting with the preparation of the Year End Accounts and annual audit

• Undertake other work as required by the Chief Executive.

• Leading HR & office service strategies in partnership with our HR Manager, keeping Senior Management Team and employees updated on HR initiatives. Oversee employee relation matters (including investigations) in compliance with our HR policies and procedures, UK law and HR best practice.

• To ensure legal compliance of the Association ensuring that statutory forms are promptly filed with Companies House and the Association's responsibilities under the Companies Act are fully complied with.

• Provide leadership and effective management to drive innovation in delivery of service, motivating the team to implement a culture of customer service.

• The post holder will be expected to work flexibly, as required, to support the wider team and/ or office in support of the BPA's wider strategic objectives as appropriate.

Ideal candidate will be part or fully qualified in accounting practices with relevant and strong experience of financial accounting and financial management. You will also have a confident and assured manner and be able to liaise with staff and members of the BPA, and to work with individuals at all levels. A high degree of integrity, confidentiality and personal qualities necessary to earnrespect and cooperation from all stakeholders is also essential as is a team player, with strong communication skills both oral and written. The ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with a strong attention to detail is a must has as is a good IT knowledge and experience and willingness to travel. Previous Sage experience is highly desirable.
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