Salary: £28,203 (£2,350 per month before tax and deductions)
Contract: 6-month fixed-term
Award-winning organisation Sahir House has been delivering support to people living with, or affected by, HIV for over 30 years. It also provides a range of health promotion and training interventions to professionals and the wider public.
After seeing a period of restructure the charity is now in a secure position going forward. Having secured significant contracts, our funding is now more secure for the next few years. The Board and Senior Management Team want to take this opportunity to maximise the utilisation of current resources and prepare the team for future growth.
This has created an opportunity for a highly motivated self-starter to lead a short term project to address these issues. The new post will identify opportunities to enable Sahir House to understand its processes and resources required to deliver each service it provides. With this clarity Sahir House can become more sustainable, resilient, and ready for growth.
The successful applicant will:
- Map the organisation’s current funding and activities
- Analyse cost and effectiveness of activities
- Design tools to ensure the future effectiveness of key business functions like costing of services and project management of activities
Hence we are looking for someone who:
- Has graduate/postgraduate knowledge in business/finance
- Is able to analyse complex data, including accounts
- Is able to communicate technical information in a simple manner
- Has some prior knowledge of working in the voluntary sector would be useful (not essential)
The post is subject to probationary period, satisfactory references and DBS check. Mandatory staff induction training required.
Sahir House is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. Applications are especially welcomed from groups which reflect Sahir House service user groups – HIV positive people (and other disabled people), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, people from Black and Minority Ethnic groups and refugee communities.
Closing date: Tuesday 4 July 2017, 5pm
Interviews: During the week of 10 July 2017Back to blog