Irish Advocacy Network: Finance Manager (Part-Time)

Irish Advocacy Network

Irish Advocacy Network

The Irish Advocacy Network (IAN) was established with the purpose of creating a representative voice for service users experiencing mental health challenges. Through the facilitation of service user empowerment, IAN supports people to speak up, speak out and regain control of their lives. IAN uses self-experience of mental/emotional health challenges to help understand peers in their journey of recovery and help them to reclaim full citizenship. The organisation believes peer-advocacy has a unique role to play in accompanying citizens experiencing mental/emotional distress on this journey.

IAN is seeking to appoint a Finance Manager. This is a new role within IAN and will form an integral part of the management team structure. It is offered on a part-time basis with a flexible working week, subject to negotiation and agreement as to what best suit the successful candidate and the organisation.

IAN is seeking to appoint a Finance Manager. This is a new role within IAN and will form an integral part of the management team structure. It is offered on a part-time basis with a flexible working week, subject to negotiation and agreement as to what best suit the successful candidate and the organisation.

Finance Manager (Part-Time)

The Finance Manager will have full responsibility for the financial procedures and practices within IAN. They will ensure that the organisation’s financial dealings are in line with best practice and current legislation. The Finance Manager will oversee cashflow functions within IAN and take a strategic approach to ensure that the organisation remains financially sustainable.

IAN is seeking to appoint an experienced finance professional, possessing ACCA, CIMA or ACA or equivalent certification. The postholder will be an exceptional communicator with a clear understanding and passion for IAN’s purpose. They will have a proven ability in undertaking challenging projects. They will also appreciate the importance of strong governance, be committed to ensuring the organisation can continue to succeed in the work it does and will continually act in the best interests of the organisation.

As IAN is a peer-led advocacy service, they would be particularly interested in hearing from applicants who have self-experience of mental health challenges.

If you feel you have the necessary skills and qualifications to carry out this role, please contact Michael Walsh, Recruitment Team at 2into3, for a copy of the Candidate Briefing Document which outlines the requirements of the role and the skills and experience required.

Michael can be reached at Michael.walsh@2into3.com or (01) 234 3131. All enquiries regarding this role will be held in the strictest confidence.

The closing date for applications is Friday, 29 November.

For more information on Irish Advocacy Network please visit www.irishadvocacynetwork.com

Region: 

Dublin 8

Expiry date: 

29/11/19

Date Entered/Updated: 

08/11/19