Job Opportunity with Bedford Creative Arts



Job Opportunity with Bedford Creative Arts


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We are looking for a dynamic and motivated Finance Manager to develop and manage our financial resources for the successful delivery of the artistic programme and to ensure the future financial resilience of the charity.

This role is a senior management role for the organisation. As well as responsibility for the effective and compliant operation of the finance function, the post holder will support the Chief Executive with the strategic management of the charity, including business planning, contract and funding sourcing and stakeholder management.

Salary £29,000 per annum, pro-rata. Part Time / flexible (10hrs per week). Closing date for applications: 5pm Friday 4th January 2013

For more information and to apply please download the following:  Job Description  Person Specification  Monitoring Form

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