Woodbrooke aims to be an ethical employer, recruiting individuals irrespective of ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability, gender or age.
Woodbrooke pays all staff according to the living wage. Trustees carefully limit the pay ratio between our highest and lowest paid staff member. This ensures that all employees receive fair pay and benefits, which is better for Woodbrooke, our staff and wider society.
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Head of Finance and Compliance
An opportunity to bring your professional skills to help shape Woodbrooke’s finance and governance for the future. We are looking for someone who is inspired by the chance to develop, adapt and implement systems and processes for financial operations, governance and planning.
Woodbrooke’s primary purpose is to develop and offer learning for Quakers and others. Our learning is delivered at our residential centre in Birmingham, as well as online and through learning events across the UK and occasionally further afield. Woodbrooke Quaker Centre Limited is a trading subsidiary of the charity through which we offer our centre as a conference venue and for general B&B accommodation. The centre is a listed building, has around 70 bedrooms, 10 meeting rooms and 10 acres of mature organic gardens and grounds.
The post is initially offered as a full time, fixed term contract over two years, salary band £38,220 – £42,466.
The closing date for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 22 January 2020.
Enquiries to Sandra.Berry@woodbrooke.org.uk
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