Finance Director – closing date 8 February 2013
The Mayor’s Fund for London is ambitious and is planning to grow and roll out its successful projects across London over the next few years. To help us to do that, we are looking to recruit a hands-on Finance Director to take us through our second stage of growth.
The Finance Director is responsible for developing the financial strategy of the Fund and ensuring a robust budget setting process. Responsibilities include assessing the financial and organisational health of proposed grant recipients, basic financial management and operating the financial management of the Fund. This includes, for example, banking and payment of invoices as well as liaison with auditors and making formal returns.
The Finance Director will play a full part in the staff team and will directly contribute to the overall strategy and work of the Fund.
Qualifications: Chartered Accountant
Skills and competencies required for the post are as follows:
• Ability to initiate and produce reports/strategies to agreed deadlines;
• Written and verbal presentation skills including reporting to Committees;
• Interpersonal skills;
• Problem solving;
• Negotiation skills;
• Cash management.
• Strategic awareness;
• Ability to influence/persuade;
• Political and organisational awareness;
If you are interested, please send your CV to Cathy Black on email@example.com 020 7983 4051
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