Director of Finance Recruitment
Our Place Support are currently seeking an individual to join our Board of Directors. We welcome applications from anyone that has a passion for supporting local communities and, in particular, those that have skills, experience or qualifications that meet the requirements of the role of Director of Finance detailed below.
Our Place Support have a strong, supportive and committed team. Becoming a Director at Our Place Support provides individuals with the opportunity to contribute to bringing positive change to the lives of individuals, families and our community as a whole.
Director roles are voluntary positions and as a Director for Our Place Support individuals are asked to commit to attending all board meetings and any relevant sub meetings. This equates to an average of 3 hours per month. There will also be a need to communicate with the team in between meetings and to gather information to present to the Board in relation to your area of responsibility. Our Director Role Description can be downloaded here: Director Role Description 2021
We are keen to receive applications from individuals who would be able to fulfil the below role:
Director of Finance
The successful candidate will take a strategic lead on the financial position of Our Place Support. This will include:
- Providing quarterly financial updates to the Board of Directors.
- Having oversight of Accounts Receivable and Bank Account
- Leading on budget creation and management.
- Preparing financial information for our accountants to produce annual accounts.
- Taking an active role in business development plans to contribute from a financial perspective.
- Applications must be made to the Directors Board by completing an application form and returning it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Interview will be undertaken via Zoom at an agreed date and time.
Applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Over age 18.
- Be willing to undertake an enhanced DBS check
- To not have been convicted of an offence involving deception or dishonesty.
- To not have been convicted of any offences against children, young people or vulnerable adults
- To not be an undischarged bankrupt.
- To not be under a disqualification order under the Company Directors’ Disqualification Act
- To not have been previouslyremoved from the trusteeship of a charity, by a Court or the Charity Commission.
For an informal discussion about becoming a Director, please contact Kelly Round on 0121 354 40 80 or email email@example.com