My client is a NHS Trust based in London requiring an excellent Management Accountant to cover the period of an internal secondment. This is a key role within the finance team, providing financial support and advice to the Corporate function of the Trust.More...
Working with Director level colleagues, you will establish a sound basis for the planning and development of each of the corporate functions, and provide top quality management information to ensure budget holders effectively manage their financial position.
Duties will include:
- Budget setting and budget management
- Producing monthly and yearly financial projections
- Providing financial support on business cases
- Producing cost benefit analysis on proposals
- Liaise with other finance and non-finance sections to ensure corporate strategy is maintained
- Reconciling budget movements to baseline budgets
- Assisting managers in the identification of CIP programmes
The successful candidate will be an experienced NHS Management Accountant, adept at budgeting, preparing financial reports, financial accounts and costing. Experience of Business Case option appraisal would be an advantage as well as the ability to communicate financial concepts to non-financial colleagues. You will have strong interpersonal skills and excellent data analysis skills for the interpretation of highly complex data from various sources and the communication of this data and its meaning to colleagues.
Our client is a prominent Financial Institution with a growing profile and reach in the FS sector. We are looking to appoint a proven Systems and Business Change Manager with CRM, Case Management and Document Management expertise to influence and effect change across the business.More...
As the first appointment of the new Exec Director of Support Operations (Deputy CEO), you will directly report to this position with a remit to influence and effect change throughout the business and indeed the industry. You will have a demonstrable record in 'Pure Change' with capability to lead on organisational, cultural and IT change programmes.
Key responsibilities will include:
- Ensuring an appropriate target data strategy, design, and execution plan is established
- Develop and manage the programme delivery strategy and roadmap
- Develop the multi-phase programme implementation plan and rigorously monitoring progress, identifying issues and constraints and escalate as required to remove any roadblocks or resolve any issues
- Develop, issue, and manage requirements specifications for CRM, Case Management, and Document Management
- Develop, issue, and evaluate invitations to tender for a third party client partner, solution providers, and a systems implementation partner and associated commercial negotiation
- Develop and manage the programme business case, and associated costs and benefits
- Identify and manage intra-programme and other dependencies (including interfaces with other systems).
With strong Programme Management & Delivery experience and a Prince 2 qualification, you will have extensive experience of setting up and working with 3rd party suppliers. You will have knowledge of Target Design Models, 'modern CRM' case management and document management solutions. You will be a proven leader with significant experience in a complex change environment and not solely consulted in this space but delivered.
To apply for this exciting position that can be considered as a contract or permanent post (depending on the applicant), please submit your CV with a supporting statement covering your aptitude and relevance to the above paragraph.
The Core Systems Infrastructure (CSI) Programme Manager will successfully deliver the CSI solutions which will enable CRM, Case Management, and Document Management related capabilities across the organisation.
We are looking for a bright, technically-strong part-qualified Accountant to join a busy team within this North London Local Authority.More...
The right candidate will be able to use their advanced Excel skills to manage a large numeric database and support the Finance Manager during a period of significant change, both to the funding of the organisation and how the organisation itself delivers its services.
With the challenges currently facing Local Government and the cuts which have been in place now for a couple of years, many Councils are restructuring their teams or considering other ways of delivering services. Within this context, there has been a major change in the way that Central Government wants to fund Education in particular. This role, working within the Council’s Education Finance team, is designed to provide support for the Finance Manager in both establishing the right level of funding for each school based on new guidelines, and monitoring and keeping on top of those changes as the financial year goes on.
You will have to have very strong Excel skills - With the team stretched, you won’t have the chance to rely on others to help you develop these on the job. You will have a numeric mind and be able to demonstrate a good academic record, including progress with your accountancy studies – you will either be formally part-qualified or very close to it.
If you are based in North London, available at short notice and can bring the numeric/Excel skills required, then apply now for a role that is likely to start within the next 7 days.
A university based in central London is recruiting a Financial Accountant on an interim basis. This role sits within their central finance team and is heavily focused on revenue management. You will be a qualified chartered accountant and poses the ability to build strong working relationships across a variety of business areas and stakeholders.More...
Other key responsibilities include day-to-day direct staff management of accounts receivable and credit control areas, and you will be able to demonstrate previous experience of this in interview. You will also be tasked with carrying out monthly analysis and reporting on University income for use of the Finance Director and other senior managers including non-finance board members. Reconciliations of grant income, bursaries and all other income related payments will also form a key part of this role.
Key person specifications:
- Fully qualified CCAB accountant
- Previous experience managing staff
- Previous experience in a financial accounting capacity
Please be aware that applications will be assessed as soon as received and interviews and testing may take place prior to the close date. As such immediate application is recommended.
My local government client has embarked on a period of change and transformation, and as such has an immediate need for a Service Accountant with extensive Adult Social Care Experience.More...
Main duties include:
- To provide professional financial advice and support to the Adult Social Care Division based on a sound understanding of the business and the regulatory/accounting regime
- Co-ordinate both the revenue and capital budget preparation, budget monitoring and closure of accounts work for Adult Social Care Finance
- To forge an excellent working relationship with the service directorate, whilst maintaining professional integrity and not compromising on financial best practice
- To lead and/or participate in improvement projects or matrix management projects as directed, as part of the Division’s transformation and improvement agenda
You will be a Qualified accountant with a sound knowledge of Adult Social Care Finance, with recent and proven experience working within an Adult Social Care Finance environment.
My client is a well known UK charity that is currently undergoing an enormous amount of change in line with an ambitious strategic plan. As such it is imperative that they have a top-class HR team, supporting them on this journey. At present they are looking to bring in a highly capable HR Manager to provide maternity cover for an integral role.More...
Covering both operational and strategic elements this role will include business partnering, project management and staff supervision.
Key responsibilities will be to:
- Assist the Director with the development and implementation of the annual HR objectives and strategic plans including recruitment, employee relations and organisational development
- Provide support and development to a team of 7
- Maintain, review and develop a full business partnering service to the business
- Assist the organisation through major change including restructure and complex TUPE work
Success in this role will require a generalist background, supported by professional studies. Your own personal goals will be as ambitious as the organisation’s as you strive for excellence. Strong and adaptable communication skills are also essential due to the variety of people you will be supporting.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust is a centre of excellence for research, development, education and care in the treatment of cancer.
A vacancy has arisen for an enthusiastic, highly motivated Financial Accountant within the Financial Reporting team.More...
Reporting directly into the Head of Financial Accounting, the Financial Accountant will be responsible for developing an efficient financial accounting function with specific responsibilities for managing capital accounting, VAT and inventory. There will be a heavy focus on reviewing existing processes in these key areas and making recommendations for improvement. You will be responsible for preparing monthly balance sheet and cashflow reports and will be involved in the production of the Trust’s statutory accounts and quarterly returns to Monitor.
The successful candidate is likely to have a background in audit or financial accounting. Coming from either a commercial or NHS organisation, you will be able to demonstrate a strong motivation for the sector. You will have a strong technical skill set, coupled with excellent academics and strong relationship building skills. In person you must demonstrate confidence, initiative, and integrity to work within an established and high profile organisation.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust was created on October 1, 2007 by merging St Mary’s NHS Trust and Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and integrating with the faculty of medicine at Imperial College London. Now one of the largest NHS trusts in the country, we have come together with the College to establish one of the UK’s first academic health science centres (AHSCs).More...
The Trust is comprised of 5 hospitals (St Mary’s, Hammersmith, Charing Cross, The Western Eye and Queen Charlottes & Chelsea), employs over 9,000 staff and has an annual turnover of £950 million.
The “Building World Class Finance” programme provides a unique opportunity to genuinely transform the way Finance & Procurement is managed across the organisation. The programme is based upon the solid foundations of class leading systems and processes supported by an innovative and dynamic approach to financial management.
This role will report directly to the Financial Controller and manage a team with three direct reports. The Chief Accountant plays a pivotal role in the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial returns.
This is a highly technical role and expert knowledge of the NHS financial regime, capital accounting and VAT is essential. The successful candidate will be a highly professional, resourceful team player with a strong customer focus, a clear vision for the continuing development of the finance function and the ability to effectively balance competing priorities.
You will either be currently working within the NHS, or for a professional audit firm where you have had extensive experience of working with NHS clients.
Interested candidates should e-mail their CV and current remuneration to email@example.com
Alternatively for an informal conversation regarding the role call Adrian Watts on 020 7101 8807. More information on this position can be found at www.allenlane.co.uk/imperialnhs
Allen Lane is managing this campaign on behalf of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Please make applications as soon as possible, as interviews may be brought forward depending on level of response.
Advert Closing Date: 18th March
Imperial Healthcare Interviews: Week commencing 25th March & 1st April