Tyne Coast College, Chief Finance Officer

Tyne Coast College
Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Jan 25, 2019
Jan 25, 2019
Job Role
Contract Type
Full Time
Level of qualification
CIMA, Newly qualified, Qualified
The College is looking to appoint a new Chief Finance Officer. This role will be a senior post-holder with responsibility for the overall financial management of Tyne Coast College and the Tyne Coast Academy Trust, which is sponsored by the College. The post-holder will report to the Chief Executive of the College. As a multi-million pound organisation with international reach and reputation, we are committed to ongoing investment in the north east, the local communities we serve, our facilities, our staff and our students' experience. This role would suit an inspirational and innovative leader, able to meet the challenges facing the Further Education sector while ensuring the College delivers value for money, and adheres to comprehensive and rigorous financial controls. This is an exciting but demanding period of growth for the College and as such will require a dynamic Chief Finance Officer who is committed to continuously improving the financial service provided to the College and Academy Trust. Closing date for applications Date Monday 25 th February 2019 Interviews to be confirmed but expected to be held w/c 18 th March 2019 If you would like to discuss the role in more detail please contact Catherine Donnelly, Executive Director of Human Resources on 0191 427 3905 or email Catherine.Donnellystc.ac.uk TO APPLY AND TO VIEW DETAILS OF FURTHER EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CLICK THE APPLY BUTTON or contact the HR Department, email on hrstc.ac.uk or Tel: 0191 427 3583. Please quote the appropriate post reference. All positions at the College are subject to DBS clearance. Please note if you are successful at the shortlisting stage interview details will be sent to the e-mail address you applied from. The College is an Equal Opportunities employer. All employees have a responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.