Financial Manager

The Trust is looking to expand and appoint its first Financial Manager. The role is a permanent, part time (two days per week) position. The successful candidate will be a reliable, efficient, and motivated individual with an interest in the Trust’s field of work, and at least ten years’ experience as a financial manager. Additional experience in human resources and administration is desirable. The successful candidate will ideally have significant experience at other small/medium sized international NGOs and a passion for sexual and reproductive health and rights. Attention to detail and a positive attitude to fit in with the existing friendly office style, are critical.


Monitoring the day-to-day financial operations
Responsibility for tracking and preparing the Trust’s annual budget, preparing monthly Financial Reports and management accounts
Managing the Annual Audit, and submitting annual filings at Companies House and the Charity Commission
Establishing, maintaining and/or streamlining financial policies and procedures
Overseeing HR matters, employment contracts, complying with pension changes
Providing support in the development of project budgets on funding applications
Supporting on reporting to donors
Managing the funding application database and potentially supporting on funding applications and/or research
Managing contracts and their renewals (lease, insurances, software licences etc.)
Maintaining the asset register, minute taking and financial reporting at Board meetings and undertaking other company secretarial responsibilities

Person Specification

Financial management expertise (10 years minimum)
Experience using QuickBooks
Excellent IT skills and highly proficient in Office applications
General office management skills
Good time management and organizational skills
Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
Confidence, enthusiasm and initiative

Reporting to: Chief Executive
Contract: Permanent, Part Time (two days per week)
Remuneration: Up to £40,000 p/a pro-rata (£16,000) dependent on experience
Benefits: Additional 5% pension contribution

How to Apply

To apply, please email David Johnson ( a CV and a covering letter detailing, in a maximum of 600 words:

Why you are interested in the role
How your skills and experience match the requirements of the job description, outlining your experience and track record in these areas


Monday 1 November 2018

Equal Opportunities

The Trust is committed to providing equal opportunities without regard to race, religion, nationality, gender, sexuality, disability or age. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates.