Do you ever sit and think, “I wish I worked somewhere a bit different.”
Maybe friends, family all work for the usual corporate style businesses.
What if you could do something where the numbers really came to life? What if it was somewhere with an awesome history in Nottingham?
If so, we should have a chat about this role at the National Justice Museum.
They’re not just a museum; they’re an experience, showcasing the evolution of justice through the ages. From historic courtrooms to captivating exhibitions, they’re a hub of education and community engagement.
As a vital part of Nottingham’s cultural tapestry, they’re committed to inclusivity, sustainability, and innovation.
- Shape their financial strategy alongside a highly experienced Senior Management Team.
- Dive into the exciting world of financial management, governance, and fundraising, all while fostering stakeholder relationships and ensuring the museum’s financial sustainability.
The day to day…
- Lead a small finance team and collaborate with the finance and audit committee as well as external auditors.
- Ensure accuracy and compliance of management and statutory accounts, including regular financial reporting and cash flow analysis.
- Develop and implement organisational policies, maintain insurance policies, and fulfil company secretary duties.
- Manage financial operations including monthly accounts, payroll, expenditure oversight, and system development.
- Set budgets, provide forecasts, support fundraising efforts, and continuously improve financial processes.
- Experience in financial management, preferably within a charitable organisation, it’s not a deal breaker though.
- Professional qualification in accountancy (ACA ACCA CIMA) is desirable.
c£55,000 FTE (They are open to full or part-time hours c30 or 4 days a week)
Hybrid working (2 days on-site) & and flexible hours
25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays
For further information apply through the link or drop me a note directly (Ben Love) and we can arrange a time to discuss.