|Placed On:||30th January 2023|
|Expires:||31st March 2023|
In close collaboration with the Managing Director, the Finance Director manages the financial operations of a multi-national, not-for-profit education organization, which include activity in the United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Spain, Czech Republic, and the United States. Specifically, the Finance Director, leads all aspects of accounting, accounts payables, accounts receivables, financial reporting, budgeting, payroll, banking, foreign currency management and regulatory compliance, including the annual audit and statutory filings. The Finance Director reports directly to the EUSA Board of Directors.
The Finance Director manages all administrative and human resources functions, with support from third party (in-country) HR and employment professionals. Specifically, they direct all hiring, onboarding, off boarding, absence management, benefits management and drafting and maintaining key employment policies and contracts.
Partnering with the Managing Director and Finance Committee, the Finance Director oversees and regularly reports on annual and program specific budgets, including leading efforts on program pricing. They will be responsible for complex financial and cash flow modeling and scenario analysis to aid in strategic decision making with respect to new and existing programs.
The Finance Director will implement and continually test systems and controls to ensure proper use of funds and plays a lead role liaising with all its site.
The Finance Director directly supervises a Finance Manager with responsibility to continuously train, delegate and as needed properly review work.
Profile and Requirements:
With a team of dedicated and dynamic professionals and offices in Europe and North America, EUSA offers a friendly, progressive work environment, as well as competitive salary, benefits, and holidays.
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