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We're the UK's leading children’s charity. We’ve been looking out for children for over 130 years – and we couldn’t do it without you.

Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. It drives us. And it inspires our Finance team to work hard on focusing our resources to give every child the start in life they deserve. Join us as a Finance Manager, and make a contribution that really means so much more.

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A great opportunity to join NSPCC as their Finance Manager in London

Marks Sattin are delighted to be working with NSPCC to find their new Finance Manager. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of their incredible journey and help them provide services to children and families escaping abuse. In return for your hard work and dedication, you will earn a great salary of up to £52,000 and make a profound difference to people’s lives.

As NSPCC’s new Finance Manager, you will become part of their progress - making their whole organisation stronger, and ensure they are optimising their resources. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to build their career in the third sector after completing their finance qualification.  

About your new role as Finance Manager at NSPCC

Are you a finance professional experienced in management accounting, reporting and cost modelling? Are you looking for a new challenge? The role reports directly to the Finance Business Partner for Services, the Chief Executives Office and Properties. To be considered for this role you will:

  • Be experienced in the provision of management information, including budgets and forecasts.
  • Have strong attention to detail, and be hands on with month end processes including reviewing transaction reports, preparing journals and variance analysis. 
  • Have excellent communication and time management skills, and be proactive and self-motivated. 
  • Be a team player, and have the ability to establish effective relationships within the Finance function and across the organisation. 

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    • The Finance function has responsibility to ensure the accurate recording of all income and expenditure of the NSPCC and its associated companies; the collation and presentation of budgets/forecast; monitoring both consolidated and Divisional income and expenditure against budget/forecast, the preparation of statutory annual accounts, tax compliance and associated returns. It is also responsible for the payment of all invoices, collection of monies due, the payment of staff and the provision of advice on financial matters throughout the organisation.
    • In all we employ around 40 people, who work primarily out of either our London HQ, or our National Processing Unit in Cardiff.

      Our Financial Accounts team look after our day-to-day transactions; manage and advise on tax, VAT and compliance; and prepare both statutory and external reporting.

      Our Central Reporting and Finance Business Partner teams work across the organisation to support and guide financial planning, provide data to inform decision making and support the securing and allocation of the funding that makes it possible for us to be there for children.

      The Procurement team support the organisation in respect of all matters associated with our supply chain. We aim to ensure that our resources are used wisely and comply with legislation, policy and best practice. We do this through formal tenders, processing locally sourced supply requests or contract changes, identifying key suppliers and providing advice throughout the organisation.

The Finance directorate are pivotal in stewarding our resources to focus on helping as many children and young people as possible. In this current climate where more children and young people than ever need our support, our entire team are committed to making sure this is achieved.” 

Paul Taylor | Finance Director

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We value our people

In addition to generous salary and benefits packages on offer, the most exciting part of these opportunities is the chance to be part of such a forward thinking, dynamic business who have such a positive impact on the future of vulnerable children. 

Join us and you'll become part of a team that cares about the work they do and the people they work with. You'll discover opportunities to grow, along with challenges and a shared purpose that'll bring the best out in you. And you'll get to find your own way to make a difference that means more, and that impacts millions of young lives.

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Shannon Oddy 

Before joining Marks Sattin I worked for a recruitment agency in Essex. I covered anything from Finance & Accounting, Sales & Marketing, Administration and Transport & Logistics. I moved to Marks Sattin to become a specialist in Finance as Finance recruitment is where my passion lies.

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