Finance Partner (Treasury & Reporting)

Michael Page
Berkshire, Bracknell
£45000 - £49000 per annum
11 Jun 2019
11 Jul 2019
Freddie Boath
Contract type
Part time

It plays a crucial part in helping us make the best use of our financial resources.

You will support the executive director in managing and optimising the organisation's funding arrangements.

Client Details

My client is a vibrant, confident and independent award winning housing association with ambitious plans, backed by strong finances and excellent colleagues. Established in 2008 as a stock transfer association, they have added 800 homes to their property portfolio, and are continuing to significantly invest in and improve, their homes and services to customers.

They have around 220 employees providing services to 7,500 homes.


The key responsibilities for the Finance Partner (Treasury & Reporting):

  • You will monitor and provide all loan reporting, covenant and security requirements
  • You will provide treasury and cash flow data for financial plan, budget, forecasts, and management accounts, this will include liaison with colleagues across the organisation and supporting the executive director (finance and procurement) in the provision of information to the board, committees and third parties
  • Provide support to the development team within assets & growth for the financial appraisal of new developments and regeneration schemes
  • You will prepare our long-term financial plan in Brixx
  • You will perform day-to-day liaison with funders
  • You will manage our short- and medium-term cash deposits
  • You will support the ED (finance & procurement), along with the input of treasury advisers, in the management and optimisation of the loan portfolio
  • You will support the implementation of strategic projects including the raising of additional loans and improvements in cash flow forecasting. This is likely to include detailed analysis of treasury documents to screen and resolve issues with new proposals or amendments to our rights and duties for reporting to the ED (F&P)
  • You will compile our financial reports to the Regulator of Social Housing and deal with any queries arising
  • You will prepare allocated sections of the annual report and financial accounts
  • You will support the design and implementation of strategic improvement projects across the organisation
  • You will ensure the organisation's financial regulations and treasury management policy are complied with
  • You will undertake such other work as determined by the organisation as being compatible with the responsibility levels of the post. This will include ad-hoc support for other colleagues within the finance and procurement team.


Skills and experiences:

  • Experience of preparing and analysing treasury data for inclusion in financial plans and reports to assist in decision making
  • Experience of reporting to executive level within organisations
  • Experience of collaborating with a wide range of colleagues, funders, professional advisers, regulators and other stakeholders
  • Experience of working in social housing or businesses with one of more similarities
  • Excellent verbal, written and numerical communication skills
  • Strong digital skills, including experience of specialist finance systems and MS Office
  • High levels of attention to detail
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Approachable, friendly and with a commitment to delivering a high-quality experience for customers and colleagues

Qualifications and other requirements

  • CCAB qualified accountant
  • Driving license with own transport preferred

Job Offer

We provide a wide range of benefits that help us to invest in colleagues and their aspirations, to support them to work in the way they want and that makes sure we recognise, reward and look after our everyone. We are also constantly reviewing this and looking at ways to improve our offer.

Investing in you

  • A strong established pension scheme with employer contributions up to 12%
  • Support to gain new skills to be at your best
  • Investment in qualifications that will help you to develop in your role
  • Payment of professional fees and subscriptions
  • Uniforms, tools and vehicles for accredited people in trades and supportive housing areas

Supporting you

  • Digital devices to help you work where you need to, because we know work and life extends beyond the office
  • Free office parking
  • Paid volunteering opportunities

Recognising you

  • A competitive market salary
  • Recognition awards

Looking after you

  • A generous leave entitlement
  • A rewarding buy and sell leave scheme
  • A comprehensive employee assistance programme to provide confidential advice when you need it
  • Flu jab vouchers
  • Eye care and spectacle vouchers
  • Access to various health and wellbeing activities
  • Discounted gym membership option
  • Health cash back plan option

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