For nearly 150 years we have been fulfilling our vision of inspiring artists and audiences worldwide with the magic of the iconic Royal Albert Hall; creating life-enriching, unforgettable experiences for everyone. Hosting 390 events a year in the main auditorium and more than 800 in other smaller spaces, the Royal Albert Hall stands true to its original purpose of promoting the Arts and Sciences.
As a charity, the Hall is dedicated to maintaining the Grade I listed building and giving access to all. The Finance department is a crucial part of all that the Hall does. The role of Financial Planning & Reporting Manager presents a unique opportunity to play a significant part in one of the world’s most famous and successful venues.
We are seeking a high calibre Financial Planning and Reporting Manager who will lead and take responsibility for the provision of all the Hall’s financial management information. This role requires someone with proven experience in all areas of internal and external reporting, annual budget and forecast cycles and analytical support to aid key decision making as well accounting system administration.
As a fully qualified accountant, with significant experience of financial control and management accounting, you will apply your leadership skills to directly line manage the two Management Accountants and to delegate work appropriately and encourage development.
The right candidate will be a creative problem-solver with an outstanding attention to detail when it comes to financial management information. They will be able to show evidence of producing annual budgets and forecasting cycles, owning reporting processes, providing analytical support to budget holders and assisting in audit processes.
The right candidate’s accuracy, persistence and experience will make them a key player in an important role within the Hall’s Finance team.
For more information, please get in touch with Kate Marriott at Ivy Rock Partners. Applications are being reviewed daily and this role may be filled before the closing date.