Deputy Director: finance and operations / Senior Accountant
Salary: circa £45K per annum (negotiable for an exceptional candidate).
Job Type: Permanent (full time but part-time would be considered) 36 hour.
Working arrangements: the post holder will work at our office off Hills Road, Cambridge. We are able to offer flexible working and a part-time post could be considered.
Closing Date: 15-12-17 Start date: Early 2018
The NEC is looking for an exceptional accountant who is keen to develop their role by getting involved in the overall management of the organisation and provide financial leadership. Reporting to the CEO and working as a member of the executive team, the Deputy Director: finance and operations will head up the finance, and IT teams, manage the day-to-day operational infrastructure in Cambridge and play a key role in the direction of the business by increasing the efficiency of business processes, ensuring financial viability, and securing the future of the College.
This is a new job and an exciting opportunity for an experienced and qualified accountant with good technical skills (CIMA, ACCA or equivalent) to join this unique self-financing educational charity based in the centre of Cambridge.
Having the right tutor makes a huge difference to a student's experience. Time and again we hear from students who tell us that their tutor gave them confidence to succeed after years of thinking that they would never gain the qualifications they needed to change career, or go on to university. Whilst we are currently looking for tutors in the areas listed below, we are always happy to receive speculative CVs.
General requirements for tutoring:
For A level, IGCSE or GCSE tutoring we ask that:
- you have a degree in a relevant subject and a recognised teaching qualification
you are ideally, currently teaching and are very familiar with the current educational climate, particularly the changes to A Level teaching.
In addition we welcome those who are also examiners and have experience of working with awarding bodies, and those with knowledge of distance tutoring and the use of Moodle or similar Virtual Learning Environments.
You should be prepared to attend standardisation, or course review events, which are held annually for courses where non-exam assessment (NEA) is part of assessment. These may be at our NEC Office (Cambridge) or online.
We would be interested to hear from you if you have current or very recent experience of teaching the following courses:
- A level Physics (Edexcel 9PH0)
IGCSE History (Edexcel 4H0 and 4H1)
We are also looking for tutors for our CMI (Chartered Management Institute) courses:
- CMI Level 3 in First Line Management
CMI Level 5 in Management and Leadership
For the CMI courses, you should be very amiliar with offering these particular CMI qualifications. You must also hold an approved internal assessor/verifier qualification (eg. D34 Internal Verifier Award, V1 Award). NEC abides by the rules set down by CMI and will seek approval from CMI to offer the role of tutor to successful applicants.
If you have experience of tutoring book keeping courses, we would very much like to hear from you.
For more information about tutoring, please download the general job and person specification.