aid organisation is looking for a replacement for retiring finance boss
David Causer. Since arriving in 2002, Causer has implemented a three-year
financial planning framework and wiped out the charity’s operating deficit. He
oversaw the centralisation of the financial processing operations and chaired
the risk management group for tsunami relief activities.
His replacement will spearhead the activities of more than 100 staff at the
aid organisation, which has a turnover of £250m.
‘We welcome applications from people of diverse backgrounds, culture and
experience, and stress that the successful candidate must be willing to uphold
the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement, to espouse
the Society’s mission and objectives and to promote its values,’ said a
The closing date is 21 October.
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