Finance Manager - interim

Posted 21 May by MLC Partners
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MLC Partners are looking for an experienced Finance Manager for an initial 3-month interim position. This position commences immediately, and ideally is looking for experience within the Charity sector.

Main responsibilities:

  • Ensure the completion of all month end processes and the timely delivery of the monthly management accounts.
  • To manage our core finance, purchasing and payroll systems, ensuring the accuracy, integrity, and security of financial data.
  • To support the Finance & IT Systems Consultant with the transformation of their finance and accountancy systems, and payroll system.
  • Support the finance director with the production of the annual financial statements, project managing the team to facilitate a smooth audit delivery across the main organisation as well as subsidiary accounts.

Key requirements:

  • Qualified ACA, CIMA or ACCA, including relevant post qualification experience.
  • Experience within the Charity sector.
  • High levels of accuracy and ability to problem solve.
  • The ability to work proactively and reactively and manage own workload.
  • Advanced Excel skills and a good knowledge of Finance and IT systems.
  • Paid inside ir35.

This position requires the successful candidate to commence immediately, and work 3days/week in the office (2 from home) in South East London. Please apply immediately if you are interested, as applicants are under constant review and the role may be filled before the ad closes. Any additional questions, please contact Annabelle at MLC Partners.

Required skills

  • Charity
  • Finance
  • Financial Statements
  • Management

Reference: 52705311

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