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Part-time Finance and Operations Manager (remote working) at The NMH Foundation

Company
The NMH Foundation
Position
Part-time Finance and Operations Manager (remote working)
Country
Ireland
Expiry Date
28 Jul 2024
Salary
EUR70000
Posted by
Suzanne Mulholland
Posted on
05 Jul 2024
Categories
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The National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street is one of the busiest maternity hospitals in Europe. Mums and Dads choose The NMH for the extraordinary expertise, research and compassionate care provided by exceptional staff day in day out, 365 days a year. The NMH Foundation exists to raise vital funds for the National Maternity Hospital, with a focus on advancing maternal and neonatal health, through funding research, innovation and excellence in care.

This is an incredible opportunity to be part of the team who raise vital, life-saving funds and support the babies born in NMH each year and their families ensuring that they have access to the very highest standards of care, world-class facilities and the most up-to-date research that will change young lives for the better.

This newly created part time role will ensure the smooth running of the organisation by providing leadership in all financial matters including budget management, bookkeeping, planning and reporting, managing accounts, payroll and financial reporting of project funded activities and grant giving programmes.  Working with the Executive and Funding Director, interact with the Board of Directors, Finance and Research committees, providing financial reports and information to ensure sound financial and operational governance. 

Key Responsibilities

·      Oversee day to day processing of accounts

·      Manage capture and maintenance of grants and donations through Foundation platforms and bank, reconciling and reporting monthly

·      Prepare monthly and quarterly management accounts for the organisation including reports to the Finance Committee and Board of Directors

·      Reconcile monthly activity, generating month and year end reports and fulfil tax related requirements

·      Provide financial management of all project funded activities and grants

·      Prepare draft audit accounts and liaise with the externally appointed auditor

·      Maintain financial system administrative files

·      Manage payroll, pension, employee benefits and organisational insurance 

·      Ensure that accounting requests are resolved and communicated in a timely manner to internal and external stakeholders

·      Oversee IT and offices well as co-ordination between Foundation, NMH Facilities and Services and NMH Foundation third party IT providers.

·      Migrate, maintain and monitor outsourced bookkeeping and accounting systems and procedures capturing income and expenditure, recording of revenue transactions and grant payments, recommending and implementing improvements to systems.

·      Maintain operational systems, processes and policies in compliance with Charity SoRP and Cii standards of management reporting, information flow and management, business processes for the Foundation.

Be responsible for Company Secretary Functions supporting the Executive Director and Board with meetings, AGM and associated filings with CRO and CRA.   

About You

·      Qualified Accountant ACA, ACCA or CIMA

·      Technical ability in financial management software, CRM databases, MS Office.

·      Experience of online fundraising platforms and understanding of new media and technology and its application to fundraising. 

·      Knowledge of VAT, tax and other compliance implications of non-profit status

·      Demonstrable interpersonal skills with experience of managing stakeholders in a complex organisation. 

·      Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and ability to engage at Director level.

·      Ability to solve problems and present solutions for self and others.

·      Ability to work remotely and on own initiative. 

·      Working knowledge of the not for profit / charity sector

Ambitious with a high level of energy, creativity and resilience

Terms

Part-time (12 hours per week)

Fully Remote  

Fully flexible working hours

Competitive salary €70k pro rata



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Dublin 2

e. info@charitiesinstituteireland.ie
t. 01 541 4770

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