Finance Manager - Corporate (8A)
Salary: £49,077 - £56,632* per annum
*Inclusive of London weighting
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides health services at hospital and across the London Borough of Hackney community. The Trust employs over 3500 members of staff working out of 75 different sites and aims to reach an annual turnover of £400m by 2020. Homerton is a part of the UCL Partners, one of the five academic health science partnerships in England and is a member of the QUEST Network, which focuses on benchmarking and improving quality within organisations. The hard-working and ambitious finance department is looking for a Finance Manager supporting their corporate division to join them and make an impact across the wider organisation.
This is an excellent opportunity to join Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as a Finance Manager, supporting the corporate functions. The corporate function of the Trust oversees HR, Finance, Estates, Environment, Procurement, IT and Corporate Nursing meaning that this is a well-rounded and varied role offering a lot of exposure across the Trust. You will be reporting directly to the Head of Financial Management and have the ability to influence and make a real difference to the Trust in your role. As you will be overseeing all key business functions, you will develop a very strong understanding of the hospital as a whole and gaining this experience means the next step in your career could be to manage a whole division.
Job role of Finance Manager - Corporate:
- Providing senior support to the Head of Financial Management, this Finance Manager will ensure that high quality information and financial management support is provided at all times to Executive Directors and managers within the Trust.
- Managing the Corporate Finance Team and providing a range of information, financial and non-financial to the Head of Financial Management
- Supporting the Head of Financial Management in business planning processes, including any performance monitoring mechanisms to support managers in attaining and demonstrating the achievement of the Division’s business objectives
Essential experience for this position:
To be considered for this role you must be degree educated and fully qualified (CCAB/CIMA). It is important that you have previous Financial Management experience and can demonstrate team working skills and excellent communication skills within and across teams.
Ideal competencies for this position:
The ideal candidate will be an active problem solver and have the ability to build strong relationships. If you have had exposure to business partnering, budgeting and financial planning this will be beneficial. If you prove yourself in this position and show the attributes of a future leader you will be given genuine opportunities to potentially progress through two grades within five years.
If you would like to find out more about this opportunity please contact Brooke Cooper at Allen Lane by Friday 22nd February.