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As the HR Generalist, you are responsible for all administration relating to HR and employment activities. You will work 2 days in the office and 3 days at home.
Identify and assess potential risks that could affect the organisation's ability to achieve its objectives.
As an Audit Assistant Manager in this accountancy firm's Not-for-Profit audit team, you can work work with some leading charities, well known educational and art institutions, and well-known museums.
In this particular role, you'll play a critical part in delivering the charities strategic objectives by, championing best practice in governance, objectively assessing the adequacy of governance and controls in the management of existing key risks and giving an objective and evidence based opinion on all aspects of governance, controls effectiveness/improvement, risk management and internal control.
As part of the Not For Profit Audit team, you'll receive the support you need to reach your potential. From completing professional qualifications to developing new skills and exploring different learning opportunities, you'll join a friendly and diverse team whose work really matters.
A leading firm of chartered accountants based in Taunton is searching for an Accounts Senior - Charity/Not for Profit sector to join this accountancy practice in a role with excellent progression and development potential on offer, focused working on the firms charity and not for profit sector clients. Full time or part time hours can be explored.
It's about using your skills to make a difference: strengthening governance, identifying efficiencies and challenging embedded practices. Your work helps charity clients to grow and evolve and ultimately to become more effective.
Are you someone who is passionate about financial inclusion, and would like to be part of a non-profit organization which is growing their presence in Indonesia? If you are interested in joining my client in their advisory unit, and is someone who will thrive in a fast-paced, agile and lean organization, you might be the right candidate for my client.
This is an exciting new role for 38 Degrees, building on the increasingly important part played by their Finance team in helping to deliver strong and sustainable business performance.
The Finance Business Partner will focus on providing financial analysis and insight as key enablers for business performance and improvement and will manage financial operations and services along with maintaining and improving financial systems and processes.
This is an exciting new opportunity to join Berneslai Homes who are currently in the process of implementing their 10 year strategic plan.
As a member of the Senior Management team and will provide leadership and operational management to their small established finance team and will be responsible to the Executive Director of Corporate services.
Exciting and challenging role
The Financial Planning Manager at a housing organisation is responsible for developing and implementing strategic financial plans, overseeing budgeting processes, and ensuring transparent resource allocation to support the organisation's mission.
The role of a Financial Controller in the Medical Sciences Division of the University of Oxford involves overseeing and managing the division's financial operations, budgets, and resources. They are responsible for ensuring financial compliance, providing accurate financial reporting, and supporting strategic decision-making to effectively allocate resources within the division's medical and research activities.
A fantastic opportunity for a temporary Administrator to join a not-for-profit organisation based in Central London. This role offers hybrid working.
Part Time Management Accountant working for the University of Plymouth, ideal for someone looking for a challenging position with great flexibility.
Leading the preparation of Management accounts, the Management Accountant will assist the Head of Finance to provide accurate, timely Management accounts and other management information as required. You will be responsible for reconciling key balance sheet control accounts (including Bank, Sales Ledger and Purchase Ledger), providing key support for Budget-holder information and assisting in the development of the Finance Assistant.
The IFS is looking to recruit one or more outstanding senior research economists to join their team.
The Director of Communications and Engagement position is a senior role that is pivotal to ensuring the University and its 5,100 workforce achieves these ambitions and its purpose.
I am pleased to be partnering with Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation based in SE1 to build their newly created digital team. The Digital Platforms and Content Manager will specifically be focusing on three NHS charities which are: Guy's & St Thomas' Charity, Guy's Cancer Charity and Evelina London Children's Charity, which are all part of the Foundation supporting Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
Michael Page are recruiting for a Systems Accountant to join a Not for Profit organisation on a 2 year FTC basis.
The Barnet Group is looking for a Finance Director to lead their finance team based in their London office.
Our client, a non-profit consumer healthcare association is looking for a permanent Media and Communications Manager to work in their team based in London.
To provide legal advice and support to the Central Administration of the University, to Departments and Faculties as well as to the affiliated museums, colleges and subsidiary companies on higher education issues and education law.
Michael Page is recruiting for an Interim Head of Finance to join a Not for Profit organisation based in Leeds
Michael Page are recruiting for a Permanent Head of Finance Operations to join a large commercial Not for Profit organisation in Central Liverpool.
Our client is hiring an Agribusiness Advisor to work in collaboration with Togo's Ministry of Agriculture. The role involves prioritizing key value chains, improving the business environment, and attracting investment in agro-processing. Ideal candidates should have experience in agricultural transformation, emerging markets, and strong relationship-building skills.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the University of Warwick as a Procurement Manager, with four roles available to join its fantastic team of Procurement Professionals.
This role is a newly created position due to growth and progression internally, and will report directly into the Senior Manager, Rents & Service Charge. Key accountabilities will be:
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Jobs in not-for-profit organisations range from fundraising to back-office administration to public relations. Many roles are very similar to equivalent jobs in profit-making businesses, but may have specific requirements such as more detailed record-keeping or regulatory oversight. Jobs in the third sector can be fulfilling and rewarding in ways that go beyond your take-home pay, and many candidates welcome the chance to make a difference.
Expected job role tasks
Your daily tasks and duties will depend on your chosen discipline. You might be asked to work closely with other personnel, or to work with numbers to keep track of fundraising activities and spending. Administrative roles in not-for-profit organisations often involve a lot of planning for future projects, fundraising and awareness campaigns.
Communication is an important discipline for the third sector, and you could find you are asked to recruit and coordinate volunteers, organise door-to-door collections and other campaigns, and deal with the press to promote an event or respond to any negative publicity. Some of these tasks will arise only occasionally and as such may not be a daily part of your job description for non-profit roles.
Your primary function may be very well defined, especially if you work for a large non-profit organisation with a structured hierarchy and a large number of employees and volunteers. However, if you apply to work with a small charity or other small third sector organisation, you could find your primary function is quite broad, with a lot of secondary duties to support the day-to-day running of the business.
In any case, you might be asked to work within a tight budget and account for any spending. Third sector organisations must be able to demonstrate that they operate in accordance with the rules for non-profits, so even if you do not work in a finance discipline, you could find this need takes more prominence than it would in a profit-making business.
Necessary hard/soft skills
The exact skills required for a career in charity work will depend on the position you are applying for. Different hard skills you may need include sales and marketing, IT and computer literacy, experience of working in the arts, and good numeracy for finance, scheduling and management vacancies.
Soft skills such as effective communication can be hugely beneficial in public-facing and internal roles with non-profit organisations. You might be asked to work with young people and vulnerable adults, including individuals with substance addictions or specific health conditions. The sector is very broad but not-for-profit jobs are often well suited to caring, helpful candidates with a genuine desire to make a positive impact.
Non-profit jobs often do not need any specific qualifications, although it can help your application if you have a degree or equivalent higher-level certificate in the relevant discipline. A degree in finance or business management can help for senior roles, while a degree in marketing or communications is beneficial for PR and other public-facing positions.
Experience in a previous not-for-profit role can also demonstrate that you have the skills to perform well in the third sector. If you do not have any direct career experience, you can include past volunteering work or fundraising activities instead.
If you would like further guidance or more information on a career with Michael Page, please submit your CV today.
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