To manage and co-ordinate Financial and Management Accounting to support the Head of Finance and Governance
- To ensure proper recording, control and reconciliation of Christian Aid Ireland’s core financial transactions and payroll, ensuring compliance with internal procedures, statutory and legal guidance.
- To support corporate strategic and operational decisions by the provision of high quality timely and accurate financial analysis and information.
- To oversee the financial planning and financial reporting for the organisation.
- Business Partner to Christian Aid Ireland budget holders (Communications, Advocacy & Policy, Church & Communities) providing analyses on income and expenditure and being the main point of contact on all budgetary and financial matters.
- To manage, communicate and constantly improve the financial planning and budgeting process and ensure it meets the needs of budget holders, senior managers, directors and trustees’ need and provide training where required.
- To consolidate budget information and produce ad-hoc analysis both during the budget process and throughout the financial year.
- To oversee the payroll, financial and budgeting systems.
- To lead the finance team located in Belfast and line manage finance staff (3 persons).
- The Annual Financial Statements and audit file are prepared on a timely basis
- The Annual Budget Round, quarterly forecasts and 3-year Financial Planning process are efficient.
- The monthly Management Accounts, supporting KPIs and quarterly re-forecasts enable key business leaders to have sight of key financial information on which to set priorities and that month end processes are properly implemented and followed.
- Budget holders, senior managers and directors are supported in decision making by the provision of accurate and high-quality management information.
- All compliance related returns are filed in an accurate and timely manner.
- Payroll is reviewed in a timely manner and all relevant legislation complied with
- Input into Christian Aid’s, financial systems, budgeting systems and payroll system and ensure they meet the needs of Christian Aid Ireland.
- Staff are managed and developed, and problems identified and either addressed directly or via matrix manager
- Financial ledgers are complete, accurate and up to date. Statutory requirements are met regarding audit compliance, taxation and other relevant legislation.
- Finance policies and procedures are reviewed and updated on a regular basis. Recommended changes to policy are escalated and changes to procedures are written and adopted.
For further information, and to apply via our e-recruitment portal, please visit https://jobs.christianaid.org.uk by the closing date 14 June 2018. Interviews will be held in Belfast on Friday 22 June 2018.