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Finance Manager United Kingdom

Reduced Listening

Reduced Listening United Kingdom United Kingdom

2 months ago

We are looking for a part-time Finance Manager to join our growing team which is passionate about emerging ideas and creating positive change.

• Overseeing the day-to-day financial operation of the company – raising sales invoices, paying purchase invoices, facilitating payroll and VAT and tax payments, managing bank accounts.
• Forecasting income and spend, taking proactive steps to manage cashflow including anticipating potential issues and finding solutions.
• Running cost reports on Xero and reconciling spend against budgets.
• Working with directors to set annual budgets for overheads, development and inclusion based on expected spend and ambition for the company.
• Chairing quarterly finance meetings with directors to share information on turnover, spend and profit forecasts against budgets.
• Liaising with accountant and bookkeeper on behalf of the company regarding weekly bookkeeping and year-end accounts as well as any ad hoc queries.
• Collaborating with... directors and execs on programme budget creation across a range of genres and clients and being responsible for final budget sign-off.
• Conducting monthly meetings with execs to discuss programme budgets and spend.
• Advising on payment schedules and any other financial matters within production agreements.
• Potentially some HR responsibilities – issuing staff contracts, coordinating some staff training, advising on pastoral care, performance management and other HR matters.

Knowledge, skills, and experience:
• Significant experience managing budgets and cost managers/spend reports.
• Strong Xero, Excel and Google Sheets skills.
• Highly organised with excellent attention to detail and ability to process high volumes of numerical information accurately and efficiently.
• Ability to work well in a high pressured, fast-paced environment and to be able to adapt and grow with the company.
• Ability to analyse financial data, recognise trends and make proactive recommendations for strategic financial planning in an accessible format.
• Good problem-solving skills and the ability to be able to offer a different perspective and alternative solutions.
• Strong self-motivation and discipline and the ability to work independently.
• An interest in the radio and podcast industry.
• An interest in staff welfare and HR matters (expertise in this area would be a bonus).

Salary £40,000-£50,000 (pro rata) depending on experience. Benefits include 25 days’ holiday + bank holidays (pro-rata), pension contributions, training and development opportunities and being part of an exciting and talented team who are committed to listening better and making the world a fairer place.

Application deadline - 23:29 on Sunday 26th March 2023.

Shortlisted candidates will be notified the week beginning 3rd April 2023.

Interviews will take place in the week beginning 17th April 2023 with a view to starting the role in June 2023.

To apply for this role please complete the Google form and attach your CV.

We are committed to building a media industry which represents the world we live in and are actively working to create a diverse and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all sections of society, encourage you to bring your whole self to work, and are open to discussing flexible working arrangements
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