We’re looking for a Finance Director – Full time
The deadline for applications is 8am on Monday 4 July 2022.
If you are a finance professional with accountancy qualifications or significant financial management experience and with an interest in theatre, this may be an opportunity for you. We are recruiting for a senior leadership position, a pivotal member of the team who is responsible for setting and monitoring budgets, preparing accounts for the auditors and Board, and ensuring we are fulfilling all our charitable and legal financial responsibilities.
We are interested in hearing from all candidates and the post may particularly appeal if you identify as Deaf, disabled or neuro-divergent under the Social Model of Disability or have faced barriers to your career progressing due to access needs not being met.
The Finance Director will be responsible for financially implementing Graeae’s vision as laid out in the company’s business plan and to achieve artistic excellence, effective development of the company and financial stability. The Finance Director has overall responsibility for the financial management of the company, in liaison with the Joint-CEOs, and the development and maintenance of financial controls, systems and procedures.
There are many reasons to work for Graeae. We offer:
- Flexible working hours
- Hybrid home and office working
- Travel bursary if based outside of London
- Professional development
- Professional membership fees
- An accessible, inclusive and welcoming work environment
- Generous sick leave, parental leave and other workplace benefits
- 25 days’ holiday + Bank holidays
- 7% employer pension contribution
The salary offered is £47,000 per annum.
In addition, you would be joining a world renowned theatre company, a Parents in the Performing Arts Charter Partner, ITC Ethical Manager and UK Theatre member. Graeae is a London Living Wage employer.
The organisation has strong financial reserves and a three-year business plan in place that is dynamic to the financial and operational challenges facing arts organisations over the next few years.