Reed Accountancy are working with the NHS in Sheffield to recruit a Capital and Investment Finance Manager on an interim basis until June 2022.
Salary is circa £42,000 although this will rise after 12 weeks
- NHS experience would be preferential but not essential
- Capital programme management
- Financial input to business case
- Technical competency with annual accounts production
- Critical thinking will be key
- Can integrate well with the team
- Management of the team
- To provide high quality financial services, information, analysis and advice to all levels of the organisation.
- To ensure that the Trust produces high quality and robust annual and 3-5 year financial plans and that targets within those plans are achieved.
- To facilitate the development of the Trust's services through input to planning, negotiating contracts, production of business cases for investment, etc.
- To ensure efficient and effective use of the Trust's resources.
- To provide expert technical advice & information on the Trust’s Capital Programme and Asset Base.
- To ensure national Capital funding is not put at risk, through proactive management of the Trust’s own capital funding sources.
- To provide financial management information, advice and training on the Trust’s Capital Programme and Asset Base
- To interpret and analyse developments in NHS Accounting Standards and Capital Accounting requirements, as relevant to the Trusts Capital Programme and Asset base. To provide expert and pro-active advice and management, on relevant financial implications, as appropriate.
- To accurately maintain the Trust’s Asset Register system.
- To ensure the development and agreement of accurate and timely receipt of income associated with (ultimately approved) Capital Schemes, ensuring debts are collectable as appropriate.
- To provide the Financial Accounting Team with accounting and cash flow/working capital information on Fixed Assets and Capital Charge assessments for In-Year and Annual Accounting reporting purposes.
- To proactively manage the Trust’s central Capital Charges Budget, ensuring internal and external contributions/recharges as appropriate.
- To deal with the financial aspects of internal and external business cases for new capital investment, working closely with other colleagues within the Trust in assessing the capital and revenue, value for money and affordability consequences, of capital investments.
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SECTION
- Responsible for the production of timely and accurate high quality budget reports and supporting financial information for directorate managers.
- To ensure that information contained in the budget reports and supporting schedules e.g. variance analysis, staff in post lists, income and expenditure analysis is both complete and accurate.
- To prepare the Financial Plan and Efficiency Plan for the Trust and monitor progress against these.
- To provide financial support and advice to Care Groups/Directorates.
- To support the costing section in the production of Reference Costs and Service Line Reporting.
- To evaluate the financial aspects of service developments, clinical service changes, business cases etc.
- To plan and organise systems to monitor the financial performance of Care Groups/Directorates.