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We are looking for a Finance and Office Manager to manage key office support functions of the Trust in what is a hugely exciting and very busy time for the charity.
Your primary roles will be finance (procurement, project monitoring, audit liaison), office administration (insurance, health and safety, utilities) and human resources (salaries, pensions, contracts, policies and procedures).
Linked to the above will be the management of the day to day activities of our office and associated sites.
This role requires a person with knowledge and experience of managing multiple grant funded projects and a range of office management experience. In addition, the successful candidate may also have experience of providing executive support to a Board of Trustees, though training will be given.
You will be organised, reliable, detail orientated, a positive communicator and a good team player.
The post is offered on a part-time basis (3 day/0.6FTE).
We offer flexible hours, although there may be a requirement for some weekend working as required.
Salaries are, at present, under review. The salary is currently £27,041 FTE (NJC Scale 5, Pt 22), pro rata £16,225. The Trust offers a contributory pension scheme.
For further job details, an informal discussion and application form, please contact: Patrick Candler on: email@example.com or ring 07876 806646.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday January 29th (5pm)
The Interview date is scheduled for Wednesday February 7th.
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