Depaul, Group Finance and Resources Director and Company Secretary
London/national, with some international travel
Who are we?
Depaul International (DPI) is the parent body of a global Group of charities responding to homelessness in seven countries. We are an innovative group of organisation working tirelessly to combat and prevent homelessness.
What’s the role all about?
This is a great opportunity for a qualified accountant to join Depaul International as the new Group Finance and Resources Director. As the overall Depaul Group grows and increases its impact, you’ll contribute to the effective financial support provided by DPI to it’s subsidiaries.
You’ll act as the leading interface between the Executive team and the Board of Trustees and other corporate bodies and subsidiaries. You’ll provide financial advice to the Group CEO, DPI CEO, Board, and other senior management colleagues including modelling best practice in financial management, overseeing and monitoring the financial management in the subsidiaries, setting financial standards for the group and providing support to enable the subsidiaries to meet those standards.
What will ideally support your success?
You’ll be a CCAB qualified accountant with evidence of CPD activity, have strategic financial leadership and management experience and the ability to solve complex problems. In addition, you’ll have experience of working with and advising boards and external stakeholders. It’s important that you have knowledge of current financial reporting requirements and financial management practices. Strong IT skills including experience of computerised financial systems as well as an appreciation and understanding of key HR and ICT challenges in the charity sector are desirable.
We’re looking for someone who shows personal integrity in all they do and have a commitment and respect the organisation aims, objectives and values.
You can download a job pack at www.campbelltickell.com/jobs.
You can also speak to our retained consultants, Campbell Tickell. Bill Barkworth will be happy to have an informal discussion and can be contacted on 07706 369 273 or 020 3434 0990.
Closing date: Monday 24th June 2019 at 12 noon