Leeds Older People’s, Tenfold and PSI-Volition are seeking a self-employed Management Accountant to work across the three organisations.
Salary: £26 per hour (incl. VAT)
Hours: variable, full details in Job Description
Closing date: 9 am Monday 30 July 2018
Leeds Older People’s Forum (LOPF) has a citywide membership of over 100 voluntary sector organisations working with older people across Leeds, including the Neighbourhood Network Schemes.
LOPF is presently half way through a 6-year programme of funding from the Big Lottery Fund amounting to £1 million a year over 6 years.
This programme, called Time to Shine, aims to support people who are at risk of, or are experiencing social isolation and loneliness in order to find out how to best tackle these issues in the future.
The financial management and decision making in relation to the Time to Shine programme will form a large part of the work of this post
Tenfold supports voluntary sector organisations who work for and with people with learning disabilities. Together with our members we work to bring about positive change.
In November 2017 there was a merger between the Physical and Sensory Impairment (PSI) Network and Volition (the mental health network) to form PSI-Volition.
PSI-Volition works with third sector, not-for-profit organisations that support people’s mental health and wellbeing and physical and sensory impairment in Leeds.
Collectively, the three organisations deliver the Forum Central service but we each remains separately constituted charities.
You will oversee the financial management of Leeds Older People’s Forum, PSI-Volition and Tenfold producing financial reports, preparing budgets and cashflow forecasts, preparing the year end accounts, liaising with the auditors, ensuring financial controls are in place, assessing the financial risks and ensuring robust and efficient financial management.
How to apply
The application pack can be downloaded as Word documents below. Please complete and return by the deadline.
Closing Date: 9am Monday 30 July 2018
Interviews: week commencing 6 August 2018