Finance and IT Manager
BID Services Finance and IT Manager What we are looking for:
The successful candidate will be able to combine hands-on delivery of financial and other services with high level proactive advice, and will have:Experience of financial management within a small/medium sized organisation, preferably one dependent on project or contract-related funding. This could be a charitable organisation, a research body, a consultancy, legal or professional services firm, academia or similar. Ideally, finance-related qualifications, but experience in performing relevant functions is more important. [Essential]Experience of strategic development of organisational IT infrastructure. Good working knowledge of Microsoft products. A good understanding of mobile devices.Experience of staff management of a mixed team in a similar environment; good interpersonal skills [Essential]An ability to communicate complex information effectively to a variety of audience, both verbally and in writing. [Essential]Ability to engage and influence a range of stakeholders including the Board of Trustees, Service Managers, support staff within the organisation and external providers of support services. [Essential]A proactive and self-motivated approach to management of an administratively lean organisation [Desirable]Knowledge of corporate and/or charity governance procedures or ability to quickly get up to speed. [Desirable]Experience of change management: experience of introducing new systems/processes/ways of working in a medium sized organisation [Desirable]
What we can offer you
Financial rewards and benefits
The starting salary will depend on the expertise and experience that successful candidate brings to the role but is expected to be in the region of £46,000.
In addition, we offer:36 days holiday per year for full-time staff made up of 28 days annual leave, plus 8 Bank Holidays. Occupational sick pay schemeHealth Care Cash Plan (Birmingham Hospital Saturday Fund)Auto-enrollment pension schemeInvestment in further training learning and development
The post will be based at the Deaf Cultural Centre, Birmingham. BID offers a friendly and flexible workplace culture. BID is an Investor in People, and seeks to be an equal opportunities employer. Our equal opportunities policy is available on request.
Some travel to BID’s services around the country may be required.
There will be a requirement to attend occasional evening meetings.
Hours of Work 37 hours per week