Morgan Hunt are looking for a Financial Controller, within the Housing Sector. This is a Permanent full-time role paying £71,633. This role will close on the 8th of October 2023. As a Finance Controller you will be reporting to Head of Finance. This role will be taking the lead and managing The Financial Accounting, Rents and Service Charge Management and Purchase to pay operations.
Responsibilities of a Financial Controller:
What a Financial Controller would be covering:
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If you are looking for a step up in your career or looking for a new change, please apply!
Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual\'s skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.
Location: London, or Bristol
Hours: 35 per week (28 hours per week will be considered)
• 27 days annual leave + statutory holidays + 3 closures days over the Christmas period.
• Flexible working for all staff including working from home / hybrid working, and flexitime/TOIL scheme.
• Attractive family friendly policies.
• Private healthcare cover.
• Employee awards, and training and development opportunities.
For more information about our benefits please visit our website.
An exciting opportunity has arisen at the National Housing Federation (NHF) to lead our policy and research work.
The NHF is the voice of housing associations in England. We are the trade body to almost 600 housing associations, who have grown from philanthropic roots to provide 2.6 million homes to around 6 million people. You can find further information about the NHF here: https://www.housing.org.uk/about-us/
The Director of Policy and Research is a key leadership role at the NHF responsible for the development and delivery of policy and research in support of our overall strategy.
You will lead a talented and experienced team to shape policy at a national level, working with senior officials across national and local government, and provide direction to our work across a range of areas including rent policy, quality and decency, net zero and homelessness.
You will be a member of the NHF’s leadership team and work closely with our members and Board.
What you’ll do:
• Lead and support the development of the NHF’s strategic policy making across a range of complex areas.
• Drive an ambitious research agenda to ensure our influencing work is evidence based and compelling.
• Build a broad range of relationships at senior levels across government departments and with partner organisations.
• Support a highly responsive and agile policy making function, that can adapt to changing government priorities and external pressures.
• Build and maintain trusted relationships with leaders from across our membership, securing insight and support for our positions.
• Identify and manage strategic risks, working closely with colleagues and the board.
• Provide high quality professional support and advice to NHF members in relation to policy and strategy.
• Act as a member of the NHF leadership team (SMT), working with the Chief Executive and LT colleagues to deliver wider organisational goals.
• Act as a spokesperson for the NHF in the media and in high profile political settings including select committee inquiries.
• An extensive track record of developing successful policy in complex and/or highly regulated areas.
• Highly effective influencing skills and experience of developing senior relationships across a range of stakeholders and partners.
• A strong understanding of housing policy at a national level.
• A strong knowledge of the relevant legislative frameworks and processes
• Experience of commissioning external research and strategic advice.
• Significant experience of leading and managing staff and teams.
• Excellent organisational skills, including prioritising workloads, managing others and working under pressure to achieve tight deadlines.
You can download the full job role profile and person specification that is at the bottom of the page.
Equality, diversity and inclusion
The NHF has published its equality, diversity and inclusion strategy, which was co-created with staff – https://www.housing.org.uk/about-us/transparency/who-we-are/. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and we value the contribution each individual makes to our work.
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and are working to increase the diversity profile of our workforce. We are currently under-represented by ethnic minorities, people with a disability or disabilities and LGBT+, and would particularly welcome applications from people in these groups.
Disability confident committed employer
We are a disability confident committed employer and if you are a disabled person who demonstrates you meet the skills and experience, we consider essential for the role, we will offer you an interview.
We are happy to consider reasonable adjustments to our recruitment process if you have a disability or have a condition that you feel may affect your performance during the recruitment process. Please email Stephanie Green, People Manager at [email protected] with your request or to arrange a time to discuss in more detail.
Our role profile and job advert can also be requested in large print or in accessible format via this email address.
Uploading your CV and cover letter
If you decide to apply for this role, when requested, please upload a version of your CV that does not include any personal details, such as name, gender, age etc. You should also ensure that you do not add your name at the end of the cover letter. This will help us to shortlist candidates for interview based solely on their knowledge, skills and experience.
Right to work in the UK / UK VISA Sponsorship
You must have the right to work in the UK and it is important to note that the NHF does not sponsor individuals to work in the UK.
Closing date for applications: 18 December 2023
Interviews to be held: week commencing 15 January 2024
We are offering a hugely exciting opportunity for people with both personal and professional experience of working and engaging with vulnerable children to join our team of Restore Practitioners.
Restore Practitioners are our key frontline residential staff at Oasis Restore, the first Secure Academy Trust in England to educate children in custody. The school is all year-round, offering 24/7 integrated and therapeutically informed education, health and social care, and is due to open its doors to children in Spring 2024.
Oasis Restore represents a revolution in youth justice: an opportunity for children within the criminal justice system to experience a restorative environment that creates the potential for them to thrive both now and for the future. Restore Practitioners will build and model healthy and trusting relationships with children that enable them to feel safe, learn and reach their full potential.
Your role as a Restore Practitioner is a commitment to improving the outcomes of vulnerable children through bringing your dedication, energy, warmth, resilience, and skills to their care. Restore Practitioners will work in teams based in each of the 12 residential flats at Oasis Restore, taking primary responsibility for the children living in this flat and working within an inter-disciplinary team around each child.
You will benefit from a comprehensive system of training, supervision and reflective practice designed to empower you in your work individually and as a team, allowing you to connect with colleagues about your experience of the work to enable you to give your best and effectively support children and meet their needs. You will work within a team which includes experienced social care managers and therapists as well as working with teaching staff to support the children’s engagement in education and wider school activities. You will play an active role in the school’s enrichment programme, delivering sessions which promote the development of the whole child.
We are looking for people who understand that a foundation of trusting and caring relationships with clear boundaries is the key to enabling children to learn and develop. You will need to have the enthusiasm, resilience, and commitment to offer this to all of the children at Restore. You will be someone who cares about developing yourself and others, who brings a readiness to get involved, to take up responsibility and authority, and to bring yourself to the work in a whole-hearted, fair, and professional manner.
You will be passionate about making a difference to children’s lives, empathetic in your approach to them and to your colleagues, patient, hopeful, forgiving, and able to behave with a curious mindset in your approach. You will have integrity, respect for others and their different life experiences and backgrounds and will understand and be able to maintain professional relationships and boundaries and have an unwavering commitment to child safeguarding. You will be dedicated to finding a way through, and never giving up.
Oasis Restore is the country’s first secure school that is a proof-of-concept policy initiative funded by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Oasis Restore’s mission is to transform the life chances of children aged 12-18 years in the criminal justice system through delivering psychologically informed, integrated practice that centres on trusted, safe relationships between staff and children. Oasis Restore is a learning community that embeds hope, stability, and opportunity for children beyond the secure school.
Our offer to you
As a newly established subsidiary of the Oasis Charitable Trust, you will enjoy the benefit of being part of a national organisation that aims to support all staff to reach their full potential and a once in a lifetime opportunity to create, develop and grow a new collaborative and innovative values-based organisation. As well as this you will also benefit from the following opportunities:
Closing date: Wednesday 10th January 2024 (9am)
Start Date: Spring 2024.
Assessment Day: Saturday 20th January 2024 (London or Kent, TBC)
Morgan Hunt currently require a Hard FM Maintenance Officer for NHS based in Bristol.
Pay Rate: £20ph PAYE or 24ph Ltd.
Hours: 37.5 Hours 8am to 4pm or 9am to 5pm Mon to Fri
Duration: 3 months on going contract
Hard FM Maintenance Officers - Management of contractors undertaking maintenance and repair of Trust assets. Meet with contractors on-site and agree a programme of works. Measure progress made on servicing and repairs and report to Hard FM maintenance manager.
Suitable candidates ideally should have following background for the role - Hard FM Experience (E), contractor management (E), understanding of fire compliance (D), communication with various stakeholders (E).
Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to temporary vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer, job suitability are assessed on merit in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.