Financial Controller

An excellent Financial Controller is sought to join one of the largest dioceses in the Church of England.

This is a complex role and rewarding opportunity to use your skills and experience to influence a diocese that serves 2.4 million people (growing rapidly) with a proactive strategic agenda that has emerged from the needs and opportunities of our communities.  The diocese has over 600 parishes and 281 schools and its strategic agenda includes work on climate, poverty, children and young people, new congregations and much more.

The principal task, supported by an able team, is to oversee the provision of effective financial planning, reporting and transaction processing for all companies and charities reported on by the department.  These have a turnover of about £27 million p.a., investments of about £130m and over 100 staff.

The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant, with considerable experience in financial and management accounting, ideally within a not for profit organisation. You will be self-motivated and think analytically when maintaining robust financial controls and have staff management experience.

We offer a range of benefits including an on-site café, free parking and an opportunity to work with skilled colleagues in an attractive modern office environment.

Salary:            £52,057 – £56,061 per annum
Hours:            FTE  37 hours per week
Contract:        Permanent
Location:        Church House Oxford, Langford Locks, Kidlington, OX5 1GF

Further details are available below

Job Description     Application Form     Recruitment Monitoring Form   Privacy Notice

To apply, please email your completed application form along with a covering letter and recruitment monitoring form to: recruitment@oxford.anglican.org

Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on Thursday 10th December

 Interviews will take place on Friday 8th January 2021

We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates as they are currently under-represented across the Diocese.