Senior Finance Manager x 2

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Location
Treforest, Pontypridd
Salary
Salary Range: £37,600 – £44,950
Posted
30 Oct 2018
Closes
18 Nov 2018
Job Role
Finance Manager
Sector
Governmental
Contract Type
Permanent
  • Actual Starting Salary (including any allowances): Management Band 1 – SEO £37,600
  • Salary Range: £37,600 – £44,950
  • Work pattern: Full time, but open to candidates who wish to work on a part time job share basis
  • Type of opportunity (and duration if applicable): Permanent                     
  • Location of Post: QED Centre, Treforest
  • Reporting to: Head of Finance

Purpose of Post:

Working directly to the Head of Finance, you will play an important role in developing and delivering the WRA’s Finance Function.  The Finance function is still evolving however we are looking for two individuals who are flexible and open to work with others from across our organisation to achieve the required outputs.

As part of the role you will not only be a line manager, but you will also be a mentor and will play a key role in the development of your team within the finance profession.

There are two roles and each will have a primary function in either tax finance or corporate finance. It is likely that you will have the opportunity to learn both roles in line with business continuity plans.

We are looking for individuals who are passionate about finance, ensuring that all financial activity adheres to financial regulation, legal and governance requirements as well as helping WRA meet its strategic aims.

Background:

The Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA) is a new tax authority for Wales, collecting and managing Land Transaction Tax and Landfill Disposals Tax, which replaced Stamp Duty Land Tax and Landfill Tax, respectively in Wales, from 1 April 2018. 

These Welsh taxes have been designed and made in Wales and are tailored for the needs and priorities of Wales. The revenue raised from these taxes - estimated to be approximately £1bn over the next four years - will help fund Welsh public services, including the NHS and schools, in communities across Wales.

The WRA is a bilingual organisation which will eventually employ around 70 members of staff. The small and specialist team covers a wide range of professions, from data and digital through to HR, policy, communications and operations.