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Closed for applications on 16/04/2021 11:00
£37,890 – £41,881
Finance / Benefits / Revenues / Procurement
NCEA Trust has an opportunity for a CCAB qualified experienced Finance Manager to join a busy finance team at its head office in Ashington. Under the leadership of the Director of Finance and Central Services you will provide high quality leadership and management for all aspects of the finance team and ensure that the Trust gives and receives value for money.
Northumberland Church of England Academy Trust currently comprises four schools and our aim is to provide an inclusive and diverse learning environment for all of our students, enabling everyone in our community to 'let their light shine'.
A culture of learning, success, high expectations, aspiration, challenge and inclusion pervade all aspects of school life. This is reflected through the curriculum, the leadership and daily practices of pupils and staff, aspiring to be compassionate global citizens with a sense of community and social responsibility.
You will lead the finance team, working closely with the Director of Finance and Central Services as well as the wider central service teams and principals of the schools. Leading on management accounts, your work will ensure the MAT is able to track performance and act accordingly. You will also have an opportunity to get involved with project work, as well as system and process improvement.
• CCAB qualified
• Must be able to deliver monthly management accounts
• Experience of cost centre reporting needed
• Confident with budgeting and performance tracking
• Capable of getting involved in project work, systems and process improvements
Candidates should be a person of integrity and be able to maintain confidentiality while remaining impartial. You should have a good eye for detail, be of a resilient nature and be able to remain positive in challenging circumstances. You will have the ability to use Excel to a high level.
Northumberland Church of England Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
This job is closed for applications.