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Finance Business Partner

Location: London, Greater London
Sector: Charity
Date Posted: 06/10/2021
Salary: £40,000 - £44,000 per year
Specialism: Finance
Ref: RB18084
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Are you keen to take a step up into a stand-alone Finance Business Partnering role? Do you want a position that offers genuine responsibility from day one and the ability to influence senior audiences in their decision making? Are you studying towards your accountancy qualification and looking for a role offering a brilliant study support package?

If yes, look no further!

Robertson Bell are delighted to be working with this unique charity whilst they search for a new Finance Business Partner to join their vibrant team on a permanent basis. Reporting into an experienced, well-respected Finance Director, this opportunity holds a key position within the charity and will have sole responsibility for the business partnering function.

The main duties and responsibilities of this Finance Business Partner role are as follows:

  • Influence senior members of the organisation to ensure alignment with organisational strategy, providing financial analysis to aid decision making as required.
  • Oversee the forecasting and budgeting process for each department and the charity as a whole.
  • Act as the lead on the development of the three-year financial model.
  • Regularly with budget holders to ensure they are on track with spending.
  • Take the lead on the monthly reporting cycle, including the preparation of the monthly management accounts with supporting variance analysis and commentaries.
  • Be at the forefront of generating new ideas and evaluating prospects with regards to developing new lines of business for the charity
  • Act as subject matter expert for any issues or queries relating to finance, rolling out any finance training to internal staff as necessary.

This position offers a unique opportunity for someone with previous stakeholder management experience who is looking to take a step up into a sole business partnering role. In addition to a competitive salary, this role will offer the successful candidate a study support package, a generous employer pension contribution, flexible working arrangements and numerous opportunities to develop professionally.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Part-qualified as an accountant.
  • Experience preparing monthly management accounts and annual budgets.
  • Ideally, a background working in the charity sector. However, candidates without this are still strongly encouraged to apply.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the confidence communicating with stakeholders across all levels.
  • Strong Excel skills.

Although home-based initially, applicants must live within a commutable distance from their head office based in London.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please do not delay in applying as applications are being reviewed daily and my client is looking to schedule interviews ASAP.

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