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Part-Time Programme Finance Officer

Location: Hampshire, Winchester
Sector: Not for Profit
Date Posted: 29/05/2024
Salary: £40,000 - £43,000 per year
Specialism: Finance
Ref: RB34627
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Are you an experienced finance professional seeking a great work-life balance? Do you want to leverage your expertise in accounting principles while contributing to a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the local community? Do you possess excellent communication skills and the ability to convey financial information to a diverse group of senior stakeholders? If yes, read on!

This iconic and historical establishment is partnering exclusively with Robertson Bell to recruit a Programme Finance Officer on a permanent, part-time basis. This is a newly created role that will provide specific financial reconciliations, monitoring and reporting against grant funding.

In this Programme Finance Officer role, you will:

  • Prepare regular financial reports for the Strategic Programme Team and senior leadership on the financial progress and outcomes of spend to date, ensuring transparency and accountability of the funds received for various projects.
  • Ensuring any transactions for overheads or contributions to core costs are recorded accurately for costs incurred.
  • Providing information to the Finance Team regarding projects as part of month or year-end processes.
  • Support with the preparation of financial reports on the funding spend to date at required intervals.
  • Review of spend to date on Xledger vs spend expected by the Strategic Programme Team to includes comparisons for projects, spend against budget and reconciliations moving forwards.

This opportunity, based in the Winchester area, offers part-time and hybrid working options, making it perfect for candidates seeking a great work-life balance. Don’t miss the chance to join an organisation that prioritises employee well-being and provides exceptional benefits, including a 10% employer pension contribution and a generous annual leave allowance.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Financial literacy and competency evidenced by qualification or experience.
  • Experience overseeing financial aspects, producing reports and analysing variances of projects or programmes.
  • Ideally, a background working in a not-for-profit or project-based organisation and have a good understanding of grant funding.
  • The ability to process invoices, perform reconciliations and produce financial reports that can be easily understood by non-financial stakeholders.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills and the ability to translate financial information to stakeholders with varying levels of financial comprehension.

Applications will close on the 21st of June, but candidates will be reviewed on a daily basis, so don’t hesitate and apply today.

Please note, there is an expectation to travel to their Portsmouth office on a weekly basis.

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