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Finance Systems Manager SUN
  • Employer: Notting Hill Genesis
  • Reference: FIN/20/137200
  • Published: Fri 06/11/2020, 15:48 PM
  • Closing on: Sun 22/11/2020, 12:00 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 35 hours
  • Salary: Up to £60, 000 per annum
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Bruce Kenrick House, Islington

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Finance Systems Manager SUN

Are you a Finance Systems expert? Join us in our SUN Finance Systems Manager position

Notting Hill Genesis (NHG) is one of London’s leading Housing Associations. We provide homes to around 170,000 people in some 55,000 properties across the capital and a further 9,000 in the south east of England.

Following the merger of Notting Hill Housing and Genesis Housing Association, we are excited about building on our rich joint history, establishing our long term plans as we work through our integration process. 

We’re a large, complex organisation, with double the volume of transactions, cost centres, and fixed assets and components to manage prior to merger, and recently restructured our Finance Systems team to best support reporting and business requirements. We are now recruiting for a Finance Systems Manager to support our SUN system to help make our vision a reality. 

Using your SUN system technical expertise and understanding of the accounting regulatory framework, you’ll maintain a robust control environment to enable efficient and timely reconciliation and postings are carried out and play a key role in ensuring that finance systems are embedded into NHG’s overall IT strategy.

You have the opportunity to help shape the integrated systems we require into the future through bringing your ideas and working closely with key stakeholders within Finance, IT and other internal customers, to deliver enhancements to the way that we use and report from SUN, and upskill system users. To realise these opportunities whilst maintaining system integrity, we’ll depend upon you to draw upon your proven experience of building effective working relationships, quickly understanding stakeholder needs, providing options and challenge, and ability to translate system changes into workable actions and deliver user training.     

Applications for this role close at midday on 22 November 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview and assessments likely to take place on week commencing 7 December 2020.