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About the roles
Following the recent appointment of a new Finance Director UKCEH are now seeking to fill three key roles in their Finance and Procurement teams.
- A Head of Finance who will report into the Finance Director
- A Procurement Manager who will report to the Head of Finance
- A Financial Planning and Analysis manager who will also report to the Head of Finance
The Head of Finance will oversee 16 staff spread across the Financial operations, Reporting, Planning, and Procurement teams. This is a senior role in the organisation responsible for a robust accounting, reporting and control environment, managing cashflow and reserves strategy, and ensuring fit for purpose ERP based systems and processes. The postholder will also drive financial planning and delivery for the organisation as UKCEH cements its status as an independent ‘not for profit’ research institute and looks realise ambitions including the further diversification of its income base.
The Procurement manager will lead a team of two and be responsible for setting and delivering the procurement strategy for the organisation, ensuring a compliant, efficient, and value driven approach to procurement.
The Financial Planning and Analysis manager will lead the planning, forecasting, and management information processes for UKCEH, set and track capital plans, and also provide insightful analysis to support key business and investment decisions.
UKCEH delivers world-class science with impact, which requires high levels of expertise across a broad range of disciplines and professions. UKCEH are committed to developing their existing experts and leaders, recruiting the best scientists and professional management and support staff for the future, and training the next generation of environmental scientists in partnership with universities in the UK and overseas.
Their people strategy describes how they will work together with an ethos of continuous improvement and strive for excellence in delivery to meet stakeholder and partner needs. They provide a working environment that supports equality, diversity and inclusion, recognises and motivates individuals, stimulates teamwork and provides opportunities for personal and career development.
Their approach reflects the importance of flexibility, teamwork and diversity, recognising the contribution made by all to the success of their organisation. They seek to create a working culture that is inclusive and provides a sense of belonging.