Asia House is recruiting a Head of Finance and Administration

Asia House

Asia House is recruiting a Head of Finance and Administration

14/07/14

Asia House is seeking an experienced Head of Finance and Administration. The role will be part of the senior management team and will have responsibility for Asia House’s financial management, Human Resources function and all legal matters.

The key responsibilities include maintaining accurate and up-to-date accounting records for Asia House and its subsidiaries using Sage 50, producing monthly management accounts detailing performance for each cost centre and the organisation as a whole and ensuring robust financial controls are in place and adhered to throughout Asia House. The Head of Finance and Administration will also prepare the statutory accounts for Asia House, Asia House Enterprises Ltd (a trading subsidiary) and Sixty three New Cavendish St Ltd (a dormant subsidiary), assist the statutory auditors during their audits and prepare and submit annual returns for Asia House and its subsidiaries to Companies House and the Charities Commission.

The role also includes maintaining payroll records, preparing quarterly VAT Returns and reconciliations, submitting corporation tax returns for Asia House Enterprises Ltd, as well as ensuring that all contractual, financial reporting and management systems meet the requirements of all government legislation, company and charity law. The Head of Finance and Administration will also establish an annual budget-setting programme with the Chief Executive and prepare comprehensive annual budgets with the senior management team. The Head of Finance and Administration will also provide the Chief Executive with relevant and accurate periodic reports, together with variance analysis and commentary, for presentation to the finance committee and the board and provide the Chief Executive and Finance Committee with regular reports on cashflow, invoicing and debtor and creditor balances.

The role also includes maintaining personnel records, including holiday, sickness and appraisal records, as well as the staff handbook, ensuring HR policies and processes are implemented and followed correctly and overseeing all legal issues.

The deadline for this vacancy is 25 July 2014. The full job description and details of how to apply can be found on the Careers section of our website here.