About Us Jobs page Jobs Working with us Everyone wants a purposeful job, to do something really meaningful. At Harrow Mencap we can give you just that. With Us it is never "just a job" You will meet new people and feel inspired to reach your potential. We will ask a lot of you - but you will get back so much more. In return for your hard work and passion Harrow Mencap can give you real meaning and purpose in your work. There will be lots of opportunities to develop as a person, supporter, expert, leader and activist. We will offer you fun, freedom and challenge to be the best you can be, along with a range of benefits and the chance to be part of the Harrow Mencap family. For more information about working for Harrow Mencap call James on 020 88698485 or email your cv to email@example.com See below for our current vacancies: Finance Manager 35 hours per week Salary: £25,000 to £29,000 (under review) Plus additional benefits including 23 days a/l About Us: Harrow Mencap is a campaigning organisation and a multi-project service provider supporting adults, young people and children with learning disabilities - and their families and carers - to ensure their needs, rights and aspirations are met. Role Purpose: To support proactive and efficient management of finance and accounting functions of the organisation in a dynamic context. Reporting to the Head of Core Business Unit, the job-holder will be responsible for the following key duties: Develop and implement processes, policies and procedures relating to financial management, budget accounting and payroll Provide periodic reports on key financial performance to the units Develop and maintain a fixed asset register Ensure that appropriate level of insurance is maintained Manage stakeholders e.g. HMRC, Banks, Local Authority, etc. Prepare and maintain the pension schedule Support in the account receivable and account payable functions Our ideal candidate should be a qualified accountant (or nearly qualified at a minimum, with relevant experience), able to manage self and others, demonstrate flexible and professional friendly attitude. You must build positive relationships with our diverse group of clients and their families/carers and relevant stakeholders. We are committed to equal opportunity, and we guarantee an interview to all applicants with disabilities who meet the minimum criteria for the post. To express an interest in this post please email your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Closing date for this post is 8th September 2017 (with interviews the following week).