Finance Project Manager (70297) Job at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine – in Liverpool
Expiry date: 15:59, Sun, 18th Sep 2022
Salary: £36,386.00 – £42,155.00 Per Annum
Duration: until 31st July 2026
Finance Project Manager (70297)
Salary: £36,386 – £42,155 per annum (starting salary will be at £36,386)
Full-time, Fixed term appointment until 31st July 2026
Based in Liverpool
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Project Manager to act as the key link between corporate oversight and financial delivery and be the direct financial point of contact for funding bodies and partner organisations, including those in low- and middle- income countries, on a day to day basis.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing financial management of a newly awarded UNITAID funded research programme. You will be responsible for establishing and overseeing finance related policies, financial monitoring and funder reporting.
In collaboration with the Principal Investigator and Programme Manager, you will lead on the allocation of budgets between partners and be the main point of contact for these discussions and queries. You will also act as the financial expert link between Finance Faculty Managers, Principal Investigator/Programme team and the funder to ensure financial control and risk management of the project, for which you will have responsibility. We are looking for an individual who will be able to create sound working relationships and lead the financial project delivery of assigned grants, whilst maintaining tight control of finances and adequate forecasts at all times.
Ideal candidates will be educated to degree level or be able to demonstrate a proven track record of working in a closely linked role and have an additional professional administrative qualification. We are looking for you to be able to demonstrate solid project management experience coupled with the ability to implement financial policies, communication flows, systems and strategies within complex projects. We also need you to have had previous experience of producing financial narratives in support of financial statements and presentation of financial results, coupled with an ability to identify problem areas quickly and recommend solutions to meet business needs.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a dedicated, enthusiastic and passionate individual to work in a world-renowned and most unique organisation that saves lives on a daily basis. Candidates will need to have gravitas and be decisive, focussed on priorities, goal driven and have strong interpersonal skills and cultural sensitivity with evidence of being able to build effective working relationships in complex working environments.
Informal enquiries can be made to [email protected]
Additional benefits of joining LSTM:
- 30 days annual leave, plus bank holidays, plus Christmas closure days
- Generous occupational pension schemes
- Government backed “cycle to work” scheme.
- Affiliated, discounted staff membership to the University of Liverpool Sports Centre
- Plus, a host of additional family friendly policies
Closing Date: 18th September 2022
Application Process: To apply for the position please click on the apply link and upload your CV and Covering Letter.
Due to the volume of applications, we receive, we may close our vacancies early. It is therefore advisable to apply as early as possible if you would like to be considered for a role.
Inclusion is central to our values at LSTM
We seek to attract and recruit people who reflect the diversity across our communities, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, nationality, faith or belief, social background, age and disability. LSTM selects candidates based on skills, qualifications, and experience.
We welcome conversations about flexible working; and applications from those returning to employment after a break from their careers.
Founded in 1898 and the oldest of its kind in the world, the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for teaching and research in tropical diseases. Through the creation of effective links with governments, NGOs, private organisations and global institutions and by responding to the health needs of communities, LSTM aims to promote improved health, particularly for people of the less developed/resource poorest countries in the tropics and sub-tropics.
LSTM actively promotes Equal Opportunities and Safeguarding Policies
Company: Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine –
Company Location: Liverpool