July 2019 job vacancies - romney marsh day centre and social enterprise kent
romney marsh day centre
Job Title: Head of Finance
Location: Romney Marsh Day Centre
Hours: Average two days a week (flexible)
Reports to: CEO
Reporting directly to the CEO, the Head of Finance is responsible for the overall financial management, analysis and reporting, ensuring ongoing viability and a secure financial future in line with the organisation’s charitable status, mission and values.
You will be a qualified accountant with a keen commercial sense who will provide financial advice and information to the Chief Executive, the Board of Trustees and the senior team and develop and maintain financial and investment strategies. You will have substantial experience / awareness of SORP, charitable finance regulations and key strategic finance reporting.
You will be responsible for the preparation of management and annual accounts, business analysis and management report information – maintaining close links and a strong working relationship with the Managers in Romney Marsh Day Centre to ensure appropriate and timely provision of management information and close management of individual budgets.
This role will also be accountable for management of the annual audit process, risk assessment and preparation and overview of all contracts for self employed associates and business partnerships.
You will be a proactive team player who can demonstrate initiative with excellent organisational, team management and communication skills.
Please click here for the full Job Description and Person Specification. Closing date for applications is Friday 26th July, with interviews being held on Friday 2nd August. Please complete the Application Form and return it to email@example.com.
social enterprise kent
Job Title: Employment Support Adviser
Contract: Full Time, Fixed Term for 3 years commencing 2019 until 31st January 2022
Employment Support Adviser will be responsible for building and supporting a caseload of participants in Folkestone. You will be responsible for working with your caseload of participants, provide them with an individualised support provision according to their needs, to help them move into a sustainable, positive outcome.
The successful candidate will have experience of delivering client-facing services and of working with unemployed, disadvantaged community members, to help them move into employment, training or education. They must demonstrate an understanding of the issues faced by unemployed people when attempting to re-enter the labour market, and will be able to work with clients to overcome these barriers and move into positive outcome. They must also demonstrate an enthusiasm and commitment to working with the projects target audience, and to deliver a responsive, high quality service that places the participant at the heart of all interventions.
Please click here for the full Job Description and Person Specification. To apply, please submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also complete and submit an Equal and Diversity monitoring form which can be found on our website https://sekgroup.org.uk/jobs-sek/ with your application.