Deputy Finance Manager - Clinical Services

England, Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds
£25.00 - £30.00 per hour + 50% hybrid working
24 Nov 2022
22 Dec 2022
Lucy West
Job Title
Finance Manager
Experience Levels
Qualified Accountant
Contract Type
Full Time

Finance Manager - Clinical Services, 50% hybrid £30ph

This newly created role supports a Senior Finance Lead in the strategic planning and analysis of the divisional team. It is an ongoing temporary role which could lead to a permanent opportunity, 50% hybrid working

Your new role

To provide high quality financial information, support and advice to Clinical and operational leads in a clinical division. Your responsibilities will include delivering financial statements, annual budgets and the development of financial strategies.

Key Responsibilities

  • To assist in the production of annual budgets for the organisation through the budget setting process.
  • Responsible for the collection, review and processing of monthly management accounting information and presentation of all key aspects of this data (including performance)
  • To support Senior clinical and operational leads by becoming an integral member of the divisional team.
  • To lead in the financials of the business cases in accordance with the strategic aims and objectives of the organisation.
  • To advise & recommend options on financial and non-financial aspects of the business plans, including assessment of financial risk and advice regarding the allocation of financial resources.
  • To act in an entrepreneurial and innovative manner, ensuring that all financial opportunities and strategic threats (often including highly complex cross divisional issues) are identified, investigated and acted upon to deliver a balanced financial position
  • To assist senior management by identifying and achieving cost improvement and income generation targets, undertaking reviews of all existing practices with the aim of improving efficiency.
  • To support and input into the production and timely completion of the year end accounting cycle.
  • To ensure that appropriate analytical review analysis is completed to support the accounts.
  • To continually improve and develop the provision of quality information and financial expertise for the divisions.
  • To ensure that robust financial forecasting is undertaken in a professional manner which provides effective early warning of potential future problems which enable financial risks to be effectively managed.
  • Ensure there are appropriate systems and processes in place which deliver a continuous process of improved efficiency and value for money using external sources of benchmarking where available and that the delivery of Trust cost improvement programme is effectively delivered.

What you'll need to succeed
You must be a qualified accountant, ideally with experience in working in a large and complex environment, previous NHS experience is not a necessity, however great communication skills are essential

What you'll get in return
This is a long term interim role, with the potential to become a permanent role at a salary around £48,500

What you need to do now
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