Aspen People is thrilled to work with the Cora Foundation in the recruitment process for a new Finance Manager. This is a unique opportunity for an experienced individual to join an organisation responsible for managing the social care for various organisations across the central belt of Scotland. This role holds a pivotal position in safeguarding the financial stability and prosperity of the organisation and presents an exciting chance to create a significant difference by overseeing the financial functions of a charity committed to enhancing the well-being of vulnerable individuals within our community.
As the appointed Finance Manager at the Cora Foundation, you will supervise all financial operations within the organisation, including the generation of monthly management accounts and analysis for the various organisations that Cora support. This will involve collaborating with the diverse charities operating under the Cora umbrella and maintaining connections with affiliated entities. Additionally, you will manage company payroll, tax, and pension matters, providing monthly reports and analyses as necessary. You will prepare the accounts for audit and will also be responsible for the maintenance of Cora House and the upkeep of the grounds.
You will have a strong background in similar roles and an accountancy qualification is essential. Experience of finance management within the third sector is also highly desirable.
Thenue Housing Association has approximately 75 staff and provides high quality housing with a stock base of approximately 3,000 properties in our six main communities as well as 21 supported accommodation projects, mainly located in Glasgow. We also provide a factoring service to over 800 owners within our communities.
We are seeking a highly skilled, enthusiastic and motivated finance professional who will lead our Finance Department. The role of Finance Manager is integral to ensuring that our finance and factoring service is well managed and meets statutory requirements.
The ability to work accurately, prioritise workloads and meet deadlines is essential along with working collaboratively with others and a positive, enthusiastic attitude. You will have a track record of successfully leading a team. You must have excellent communication, IT, organisational and report writing skills, line management experience, and the ability to manage your own workload and that of the team.
Reporting to the Director of Finance, IT & Resources duties will include preparing and producing quarterly management accounts and annual budget, statutory requirements including annual audit, supervising our finance & factoring teams, carrying out a range of day-to-day finance tasks and other related duties.
Thenue is a customer-focused, caring organisation offering flexible/hybrid working. We care about our people, our organisation, our tenants and customers, our communities, and our partners. As a manager, you will be an ambassador for the organisation’s culture and values, ensuring they are visible, embedded, and upheld. We aim to be the best we can be.
The successful candidate will be required to undertake a Basic Disclosure check.
In return, we offer an excellent package including a competitive salary, a Defined Contribution Pension Scheme, 25 days annual leave and 15 public holidays.
Thenue aims to be an equal opportunities employer.
Ayrshire Housing is a well-regarded and financially strong housing association with 1,700 houses in management. Over the years, we have extended the range of housing solutions we offer, along with delivering many award-winning new builds. We enjoy an excellent reputation with a strong track record of development, innovation and wider regeneration in the communities we serve with much of this activity taking us far beyond housing. We remain an active developer with a busy programme stretching ahead.
We are a community centred organisation focused on strong partnership working with public bodies, and the private and voluntary sectors. We are also committed to active engagement with our tenants and the wider community in shaping the ways we deliver our projects and services.
We have a tremendous opportunity for a new Head of Finance role to join our dynamic Senior Management Team, shaping the overall direction and performance of Ayrshire Housing.
While upholding Ayrshire Housing’s values, the successful candidate will have a track record of developing and maintaining effective financial management and accounting systems at a senior level. Effective leadership skills will be key to providing motivation and direction to the staff team at Ayrshire Housing along with being proactive in partnership working to enhance Ayrshire Housing’s reputation.
We offer full EVH terms and conditions of employment, including attractive pension options and hybrid working opportunities.
A basic disclosure check will be required of the successful candidate.
Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis (GCRC) exists to promote the welfare, and relieve the distress, of women and girls who have experienced rape or any form of sexual abuse or exploitation during their lives. They operate with a commitment to promoting and responding to survivors needs through an empowerment model of work, reducing the impact of sexual violence by supporting, educating, informing, and advocating for survivors.
GCRC take a proactive stance against the oppression of women and girls, challenging systemic issues and societal attitudes toward sexual violence. Their approach both aims to educate and empower, with the goal of transforming perspectives and fostering a society that rejects all types of violence against women and girls.
They provide a comprehensive array of services aimed at addressing the diverse needs of survivors. These services include Triage and Support, Justice and Community Support, Training, Education and Prevention. GCRC provides support to approximately 3000 women across Glasgow and Clyde per year. Each service offered by GCRC has been strategically developed to empower survivors and ensure they can access support in a safe and preferred way.
To support them in achieving their ambitions, GCRC are actively seeking dedicated and passionate women to join them as their new Deputy Director. As the Deputy Director, you’ll be part of a team of inspiring women that are responsible for the overall strategic direction of the organisation, overseeing the overall day-to-day operations, and ensuring compliance of the process and policies of the organisation. GCRC, like many women's organisations, has transitioned from a collective working model to a feminist governance model.
As the Deputy Director, you will be a dedicated and compassionate individual who will play a pivotal role in shaping the centre’s impactful initiatives. Your commitment to empowering survivors and fostering a community of understanding will be truly inspiring. You will work tirelessly to ensure that the centre remains a safe haven, offering not just healing but also advocacy and education. Through tour leadership skills, GCRC will become a symbol of strength. Breaking the silence surrounding sexual violence and paving the way for a future where survivors can reclaim their lives with resilience and courage.
This is a fantastic opportunity for women from all walks of life, the Deputy Director will articulate the feminist values of GCRC and their fundamental belief that violence against women and girls has at its root, the unjust imbalance of power between men and women, and that this reflects deep rooted and structural inequality in our society. If you have demonstratable experience in over seeing day-to-day operational delivery, and have assumed responsibility for the development, implementation, and monitoring of annual business plans, risk registers, budgets, and compliance with operational processes and policies then we would love to hear from you.
Please note, applications are open to women only, covered by the occupational requirement exemption (Schedule 9, Part 1) of the Equality Act 2010.
Join our Established Team as Director of Finance at Lochaber Housing Association!
Are you ready to lead all financial strategy and operations for a thriving community-focused organisation? Lochaber Housing Association is on the lookout for an accomplished or aspiring Director of Finance to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of housing and community development across Lochaber.
At the heart of Lochaber's vibrant community, LHA is dedicated to providing high-quality housing solutions and fostering sustainable, inclusive communities. Comprising Lochaber Housing Association, Lochaber Housing Property Services, and Lochaber Care and Repair, our group is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of those we serve. Our values include innovation, collaboration, and a shared dedication to creating safe, affordable, and sustainable housing. Visit our website to discover more about our rich history, commitment to community well-being, and our vision for the future.
As the Director of Finance, you will be at the forefront of our financial strategy, ensuring the effective management and governance of LHA’s financial affairs. In addition to our financial affairs, your leadership and financial acumen will contribute to the success of our development initiatives, asset management portfolio, and ICT strategy. You will play a key role in supporting the association's loan portfolio, and driving prudent financial planning to ensure the housing association’s long-term viability.
We are seeking a dynamic individual with a professional accountancy qualification and proven experience in leading successful finance teams. Your strategic thinking, motivational skills, and ability to manage a diverse remit will set you apart. Experience in developing accounting systems, statutory returns, and collaborative relationships with stakeholders is crucial. Knowledge of housing policy, regulatory standards, and ICT skills will be further advantageous. Direct RSL experience is not necessary but candidates must evidence interest in and transferability to the sector.
At Lochaber Housing Association, you will be part of a passionate team dedicated to making a positive impact on the community. Our commitment to flexible working, ongoing development, and a supportive working environment makes this an exciting opportunity for those looking to contribute to meaningful change!
The Veterans’ Foundation (VF) is an independent grant-making charitable foundation. The VF has established a substantial grants programme to support charities and organisations in the UK that provide charitable support to those in need among serving armed forces personnel, veterans, operationally qualified seafarers and their immediate families. The charity has grown rapidly since inception in July 2016 and has to date given away more than £19.4M to good causes, handing out around £1.5M to good causes each quarter for the past year.
We are now seeking an experienced Finance Manager to join our friendly and dynamic team, in a part-time, flexible hybrid role.
A full job description is attached to this advertisement.
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Volunteer Centre East Lothian (VCEL) is seeking new trustees to join our Board of Directors. VCEL is the Third Sector Interface for East Lothian. We are here to inform and represent the third sector, providing support, advice, learning and development opportunities for both individuals and organisations. Our teams are dedicated to helping our communities advance. VCEL work with organisations and individuals across East Lothian, we’re your trusted and convenient single point of access for support, guidance and opportunities in the East Lothian area and we ensure that the third sector is effectively supported and represented at the local level. At the heart of VCEL is our mission: to build empowered and resilient communities with a thriving third sector.
Our Trustees/Directors are responsible for VCEL's overall governance. Meeting a minimum of 5 times a year, they set the organisation's strategy and ensure we are accountable to our funders and our regulators. To bring additional skills and expertise to the Board, we are seeking applications from dedicated individuals from wide ranging and diverse backgrounds including those with a background in law, finance, business, human resources, marketing, fundraising and the voluntary sector with an interest in making a difference.
Although it's a voluntary unpaid position it is a highly rewarding and enjoyable role.
We have an exciting opportunity to join Alzheimer Scotland as a Finance Manager – Voluntary Income.
Alzheimer Scotland is Scotland’s national dementia charity. Our aim is to make sure nobody faces dementia alone. We provide support and information to people with dementia, their carers and families, we campaign for the rights of people with dementia, support vital dementia research and promote positive brain health.
This is a finance manager role with a difference. This new role will have a particular focus on our voluntary income. Our voluntary income is varied encompassing areas such as legacies, trusts, sponsored events, gift aid, community fundraising and in memory fundraising. These income strands totalling over £8.5mn per annum support the organisation in providing our vital supports.
We are seeking applications from individuals with at least 4 years’ experience of working in a varied finance or fundraising finance role within a complex organisation and who possess the skills to take on the tasks outlined in the job description.
The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working in the voluntary sector and managing and supporting high value voluntary income streams.
The role will manage a small team of finance assistants and provide supervision and development to the team and workloads.
You will have had significant exposure to the full finance function and will be a strong communicator and able to balance competing priorities ensuring routine workload along side ad-hoc tasks, analysis and reporting is completed to a high standard within deadlines.
If you’re interested by what you’ve read, and have the necessary skills, experience and ability to make a success of this role, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Friends of Scottish Settlers (FOSS) envisions a Falkirk District that is multicultural, multilingual, and welcoming, where local people, organisations, and services are equipped, supported, and willing to cultivate wellbeing, solidarity, community, curiosity, and respect among newcomers and longtime residents. Through befriending and other voluntary activities, we enable newcomers to Falkirk District to build links and bridges with other locals, shaping and making use of the knowledge, networks and services we all need to live full, self-determined lives.
FOSS builds fruitful relationships through a culture of integrity, respect, solidarity, empowerment, and welcome. We began as an informal befriending project for resettled Syrian families in 2016, and, primarily through a befriending model, now support a range of newcomers to Falkirk District including Sudanese, Syrian and Ukrainian refugees and people in the asylum system. With partnership working, targeted activities and programmes, fundraising, advocacy, and good information, FOSS enables local volunteers and newcomers to strengthen and proliferate support networks within our communities. This also helps us to act constructively together in response to rapidly changing world events and policy that impact our lives.
About the role:
Purpose of the post: Experienced administrator to carry out FOSS financial and administrative operations, as well as coordinate procedures and resources for organisational effectiveness and efficiency. This includes providing administrative support for FOSS’s transport, material needs, and other projects. Please see Job Description and Person Specification for further details.
David Dale Gallery and Studios are seeking new Trustees to shape and guide the organisation’s future direction. We are looking for people who are committed to using their expertise and professional networks in support of our charitable objectives and goals.
Board Members (who are Trustees of the non-profit limited company and charity) oversee the organisation’s finances, risk, policy, and strategy. They attend quarterly board meetings and contribute to specific areas of work supporting the Programme Director on a voluntary basis. As a Board Member, you will play a crucial role in safeguarding the future sustainability of our organisation, fostering artistic excellence, and contributing to the support of our artist-led community.
This year, the Board of David Dale Gallery & Studios are particularly looking for individuals with experience in Finance (comprehensive understanding of financial and management accounts) and Fundraising (understanding and knowledge of charity fundraising, and particularly someone with experience of Creative Scotland as a primary funder).
We are also keen to diversify our Board. If you’re interested in a Board position but don’t currently have Board experience, we are happy to talk to you. Board training will be provided.
David Dale Gallery & Studios wants to connect with and learn from other perspectives and networks, especially those currently under-represented within cultural organisations: Black, Asian, Mixed Heritage and/or a Person of Colour, refugee, d/Deaf, LGBTQIA+, or living with a disability. You wouldn’t be expected to represent specific groups, but to bring your personal experience and individual perspective.