Finance Manager (part-time) 2 days per week

London (East), London (Greater)
£35,000 pro rata (£14,000 actual salary for two days per week).
27 Sep 2021
15 Oct 2021
Contract Type

Kids in Museums is looking for a part-time Finance Manager to join our small friendly team and help support museums to include families, children and young people in their work to recover from the pandemic. 

We can offer flexible and hybrid working from day one, a close working relationship with the charity Trustees, a supportive working environment with opportunities for professional development and time to get involved with programmes such as the the Family Friendly Museum Award and Takeover Day alongside the Finance Manager role. We are an inclusive employer and welcome applications from candidates from all backgrounds. 

About Kids in Museums

Kids in Museums is a national charity dedicated to ensuring that all children, young people and families feel welcomed and involved in museums and other heritage sites. Over 1,000 museums from all over the world have signed our Kids in Museums Manifesto which was created in collaboration with families, children and young people and hundreds of museums are involved in our regular programmes, such as Takeover Day and the Family Friendly Museum Award.

Over the past 18 months, we have worked hard to adapt our core programmes to support museums to involve families, children, and young people in their response to the pandemic. This included delivering over 30 free sold-out online training sessions, several Digital Takeover Days which reached millions of social media users, and the Family Friendly Museum Award From Home, which recognised digital activities created by museums.

We are now looking to the future and planning programmes to help museums recover from the pandemic and embed new ways of working with children, families, and young people.

Role Overview

The Finance Manager is a key role for the organisation. The postholder will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure the smooth operation of the charity. The ideal candidate will have a good level of knowledge of all aspects of charity finance including the SORP and relevant regulations. 

We are looking for someone who can both manage day-to-day finance functions such as payroll, pensions and payments as well as support long-term financial forecasting and planning. The postholder will be responsible for producing accurate management accounts and cash flows for the Executive Director and Trustees and financial reports for funders. They will work closely with the charity's independent examiners to produce annual accounts and support the working of the Finance Committee. 

Who we're looking for?

We are ideally looking for someone who is a qualified member of a CCAB body or qualified AAT.  If you do not hold one of these qualifications we can still consider your application if you demonstrate your prior experience and level of knowledges meet the requirements of this role. All candidates will need excellent understanding of charity finance.

Strong knowledge of accounting software (ideally QuickBooks) and MS Office software is important as is a flexible and organised approach to work. We are looking for someone who is collaborative and can work positively and proactively as part of a small team. 

We would love it if you shared our enthusiasm for making museums and heritage sites better places for families, children and young people to visit and were supportive of the overall aims of Kids in Museums. 

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