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Finance Director

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Leatherhead Food Research
Salary
Competitive
Location
Surrey, Leatherhead
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Leatherhead Food Research delivers integrated scientific expertise and international regulatory advice to the global food, drink and related industries. We support companies, large and small, with independent, professional and customer-focused services.
These services are built around the following five key areas:

- Global Food Regulations
- Food Safety and Product Integrity
- Food Innovation
- Nutrition
- Sensory, Consumer and Market Insight

We are seeking a proactive and hands on Finance Director who will be responsible for the day to day running of a busy Accounts team as well as heading up our Facilities, IT and Human Resources functions. The position will also involve Company Secretarial and pension fund duties.

Essentially you will be a fully qualified Accountant with previous experience within a SME business environment. You will be able to engage and motivate the teams on an operational level as well as supporting the commercial success of the business and will have the credibility to support the Chief Executive to lead our organisation.

Ideally, you will bring substantial business experience and networks from a food and drink industry or research background, but will we also consider candidates from other industry backgrounds.

In return, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, and the opportunity to join a forward thinking company, taking on a high profile role in the global food industry.





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Programme Director

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From £55,000 to £65,000 per year
Location
Sweden
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Contract
Job hours
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Programme Director- G
ö
teborg

Our Client is urgently looking for someone with experience as a programme director
for a challenging opportunity in the area of Götenborg.
Your Responsibilities
will be:
Managing the infrastructure operations programme.
Assure governance and quality of the programme.
Business Change & Benefits management and realisation.
Programme plan development.
Managing the Data Centre Operations as agreed on in the SLAs.
Monitoring and Controlling.
Risk and issue management.
Stakeholder management/communications.
Strategic alignment of programme dossier to achieve organisational objectives.


The programme director
we are looking for:
Has experience in Data centre operations or infrastructure operations
Good knowledge of service level agreements
Leadership skills: The ability to establish vision and direction
Has the ability to influence and align other towards a common purpose
Is fluent in the Swedish and English language


The programme director should be able to start May or June 1st and you will be needed for at least 1 year and there is possibility of extension with the contract.
Thus, if you meet our client's requirements and you are interested in applying for this position or you know anyone who might be? Please do not hesitate to contact me: Marian Rozz

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Account Director

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Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
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As an Account Director you will discuss strategy and be able to hit the ground running. Having knowledge of design is massively important as is the fact that you will have worked in / be working in a Top 10 Design or Top 25 / FMCG Packaging Agency at this level. This is a great NEW role for a personable and client driven Account Director to kick off their career in 2014. Please only apply if you feel you genuinely fit the criteria laid out above.

If you are serious about your career and want to work for one of London's best FMCG Packaging agencies at Account Director level please apply now to avoid disappointment! Please note that we are only able to respond to those candidates that we feel are suitable and fit the criteria for this role I'm afraid.

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Executive Director

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Missouri
Job term
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Job Description
Executive Director for DeMolay
International
Position Summary
DeMolay International is seeking a dedicated, energetic, and
self-motivated person to lead our organization in the role of
Executive Director. DeMolay is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) charity which
operates a chapter-based organization for young men. The Executive
Director is expected to bring leadership, supervision, and
coordination to all activities at DeMolay's headquarters located in
Kansas City, Missouri and under the purview of its Board of
Directors. The Executive Director should have at least three to
five years of relevant management experience. This position reports
directly to the Grand Secretary (Secretary to the Board of
Directors) and through him to the officers and the Board.
Primary Functions

Organizational Leadership - Participates in partnership with
the Board of Directors in setting organization direction,
developing organization goals and strategic and operational plans,
and achieving agreed on results.
Development and Management of Resources - Oversees growth and
management of DeMolay International's human and financial
resources.
Accountability for Operations and Fiscal Integrity - Maintains
accountability for the overall operational and fiscal integrity of
the organization within the policies set by the Board of
Directors.

Essential Duties and
Responsibilities

Coordinating the efforts of Officers, Board of Directors, and
various committees. Develops issues for board review and
discussion. Assures coordination and alignment of all DeMolay
International activities and program with strategic direction.
Oversees development of DeMolay International's long-range
goals and annual work plans and budgets, to assure alignment and
maximum progress toward organizational goals.
Assesses organizational capacity to implement strategies;
identifies gaps in systems and staff, and develops plans for
correction, contingency and succession; anticipates factors
impacting success.
Develops and maintains effective partnerships with all
stakeholders.
Supervising the professional staff, including a retail Manager
and three operational Directors.
Overseeing the budgeting and financial affairs of 1.6 Million
Dollars per year operation.
Creating and maintaining an environment that promotes service
to volunteers.
Cultivating relationships with members, donors, and sponsoring
organization.
Supporting development efforts, which include an annual
campaign, planned giving, and writing grant applications.
Maintaining effective management information systems.
Handling all legal and corporate affairs including risk
management and youth protection issues.
Implementing policies and procedures.
Directing marketing and communication efforts.

Competencies

Communicates effectively and with passion around the mission of
DeMolay International.
Personally and visibly participates in key events and
opportunities.
Develops relationships to enhance and contribute to the
organizational effectiveness.
Understands what motivates individuals and organizations.
Takes a collaborative approach to addressing issues.
Sets and maintains high performance standards for self, and
DeMolay International Employees.

The successful candidate will possess outstanding oral and
written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills and a
strong background in financial business operations. A Bachelor's
Degree is required but a Master's Degree is preferred. Compensation
will be evaluated based on experience and qualifications.
The deadline date to apply for this position is April
18, 2014. Please email a cover letter, salary
requirements, resume and a writing sample of 500 words. Writing
sample topic should include the importance of youth-serving
organizations in today's culture or another relevant topic of your
choosing.
Executive Director Search
C/o Grand Secretary
DeMolay International

DeMolay International is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.

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Director of Finance

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Alabama
Job term
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The Housing Authority of the City of Montgomery Alabama is seeking a Director of Finance who will be responsible for Financial and Accounting functions, as well as Procurement and Information Technology.
For a complete job description and to apply, please visit our website at: .
Position will be opened until filled.

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Policy Director

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Reporting to the Deputy Director for Policy, Programs and Advocacy, the Policy Director will have both internal and external facing responsibilities grounded in serving the nation's Tribes to advance the mission of NIHB through excellence in policy, advocacy, outreach, technical assistance, discreet research projects and related programs.
The Policy Director must have a strong understanding of health care delivery, legal, policy and political frameworks impacting Direct Service and Self Governing Tribes as well as Compacting and Contracting Tribes.

The Policy Director supervises a growing staff (currently 7 full time staff, in addition to contractors and sub-awardees) in the areas of regulatory, policy and budget analysis; Tribal consultation; technical assistance to Tribal representatives serving on various federal Tribal advisory committees; special projects related to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and overseeing the work of the Congressional Relations Department. The Policy Director also is responsible for ensuring the viability and growth of the funding supporting these activities, including aggressive attention to relevant funder relations, grants compliance and timely excellence in achieving and exceeding deliverables expectations.
The Policy Director is responsible for the tracking, analyzing and reporting of current Medicaid & Medicare regulations and policies, educating Congress and federal agencies on ways to improve health care programs and services for American Indian and Alaskan Natives (AI/AN).
The Policy Director is responsible for conducting analysis, reviewing and responding to regulations and congressional initiatives, preparing testimony, technical reports, policy position papers and advocacy materials on key health issues.
The Policy Director also ensures excellent coordination and support for the NIHB Medicare, Medicaid, and Health Care Reform Policy Committee (MMPC).
The Policy Director will seek out opportunities for the Tribal position to be advanced in the federal/congressional policymaking arenas.
This includes leading efforts to engage national Tribal support for priority issues, working collaboratively with Area Indian Health Boards, creating regional and national symposia and consistent and reliable outreach and education efforts to the Tribes.
This position invites creativity and is right for a skilled staff team leader, outgoing relationship steward, analytical writer who is well-organized and effective at public speaking.
The Policy Director will be actively engaged in the planning and preparation of NIHB National Conferences.

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Account Director

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From £300 to £350 per day
Location
London
Job term
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Job hours
Full time

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a global digital advertising agency as Account Director.
The company works across a multitide of industries however this position is with a pharmaceutical client. This is a start-up in London but part of a worldwide network so huge ambition, enthusiasm and specialist knowledge within pharma is required.
The company is focused on E-commerce and it will be a very client-facing role. The successful candidate will be working with one of the biggest, most-successful leaders in the industry.
About You:
* You must have pharmaceutical experience and worked as an Account Director preferably with agency.
* Digital and web experience is preferable.
* Experience of a start-up also preferable.
This is an incredibly prestigious role and one which my client would very much like to take temp to perm. If this type of challenge interests you and you have the necessary credentials, please get in touch.
Salary
£300-£350 a day. £60,000 perm.
If interested please get in touch
Thanks.

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Development Director

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Arkansas
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Permanent
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One person Department with emphasis on major gifts. American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas Job Announcement: Development Director
The American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas (ACLU of Arkansas) seeks a dynamic, experienced, full-time fundraiser to lead and significantly expand a philanthropy program, which emphasizes major gifts fundraising.
Founded in 1969, the ACLU of Arkansas is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization which uses legal, legislative and public education approaches to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional issues including individual rights and freedoms, including free speech, racial justice, privacy, religious liberty, reproductive rights, LGBT rights, and more. The ACLU of Arkansas is an affiliate of the national ACLU, the leading defender of civil liberties guaranteed by our nation's Bill of Rights.
The ACLU of Arkansas is located in Little Rock and has a staff of 3 people. It has 3500 members across the state.
Little Rock is a very livable small city, which is growing in diversity all the time.
There are many good and diverse restaurants, art museums and galleries, a symphony orchestra, cultural events, and it attracts well-known musical acts.
Arkansas is known as the Natural State, and contains many parks and recreational areas for hiking, canoeing, and other outdoor activities.
It is easy for most people to own their own homes and the commute to the office, which has free parking, will probably not exceed 30 minutes. To learn more about the work of the ACLU and the civil liberties principles we uphold, please visit
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POSITION OVERVIEW: The Development Director, a senior management position reporting to the Executive Director, develops and oversees programs to raise funds for the ACLU and strengthen the organization's relationships with its supporters. Working closely with the Executive Director, the Development Director is responsible for planning, supervising and executing the affiliate's major gifts program and developing complementary fundraising and donor cultivation strategies. The Development Director provides leadership to the staff and the Board of Directors to reach our annual and long-range goals. The affiliate has recently expanded its agenda to enhance statewide presence and increase impact litigation throughout Arkansas, and is looking to dramatically increase its resources to be able to sustain this growth. This is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to build a major gifts program for the premier civil liberties organization in Arkansas from the ground up to create a more vibrant and effective statewide organization.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Major Gifts:
Responsible for developing and leading a comprehensive annual work plan that focuses on major gifts and includes specific fund raising goals and targets for proposals, appeals and campaigns.
Expand our major donor pool and begin to cultivate gifts of $5,000, $10,000 and more.
Using our donor/member database and other means, identify and qualify major donor prospects and facilitate face-to-face solicitations for the Executive Director and select lay leaders, as well as make direct solicitations.
Ensure effective cultivation and training of select volunteer solicitors.
Report to the Executive Director on development efforts.
Conduct strategic cultivation and outreach to prospective donors throughout the year.

Planned giving:
In coordination with the national ACLU Planned Giving Department, pursue strategies to expand membership in planned giving programs and cultivate existing members.
Market planned giving opportunities to ACLU supporters.
Membership:
Most membership recruitment and all renewals are handled by the national office. The Development Director ensures that new member lists are regularly reviewed and incorporated into development strategies.


Gift Recording & Acknowledgement:
Develop programs to acknowledge donors and nurture continued giving.
Work with Office Manager to assure accurate and up-to-date donor database, including individual giving histories, profiles, interactions, etc. Oversee production of reports for accounting and reconciliation of funds between the ACLU of Arkansas and the national office. Keep Executive Director informed of trends and key donor information.
Materials:
Oversee the development of messages and materials that advance the ACLU's development initiatives.

Management: Be proficient in National ACLU sharing formulas and related matters. Ensure that donor records are accurate and updated regularly. Prepare regular reports for the Executive Director, including analysis of gifts, trends, projections, etc. Track development goals and work to ensure they are accomplished. Ensure that confidentiality and work quality requirements are met by development staff and volunteers.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.At least five years demonstrated experience in nonprofit fundraising with emphasis on individual major gifts, CFRE accreditation desirable.Successful track record of identifying, cultivating, and soliciting individual major donors.Exceptional initiative, vision, and ambition to lead a vibrant philanthropy program.Strong interpersonal skills and comfort making donor contacts.Demonstrated leadership skills and experience in
successfully directing others, at all levels of the organization, in carrying out development-related activitiesCreative, results-oriented, self-starting, willing to learn, can handle and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities, working beyond 9-5 as needed.Superb organizational skills flexibility; detail-oriented with strong follow-through and ability to meet tight deadlines.Excellent written and verbal communication skills with experience producing successful donor communication and marketing materials.Experience in working with advocacy and/or community-based organizations desirable.Proficient in Microsoft office suite and fundraising database management.Personally committed to civil liberties principles and advancing the ACLU's mission.Personally committed to diversity; values and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ability and socio-economic circumstance.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Salary based on experience. Excellent benefits include paid vacation, paid medical and dental insurance, 401(k) plan, life and long-term disability insurance, and generous paid holidays.
Our budget is currently at $500,000 and we have three staff people.
TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, resume, three professional references and a short, two-page business writing sample to: ACLU of Arkansas, 904 West 2nd Street, Little Rock, AR 72201; or email .
Please put Development Director in the subject line.
Applications accepted until position is filled. (Please indicate in your cover letter where you found this job listing.)
The ACLU of Arkansas comprises two separate corporate entities, the American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas and the Arkansas Civil Liberties Union Foundation. Both entities have the same overall mission, and share office space and employees.
The ACLU has two separate corporate entities in order to do a broad range of work to protect civil liberties.
The ACLU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals including women, people of color, persons with disabilities, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals to apply.

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Finance Director

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Location
Niger, Burkina Faso, Malawi
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

We are a rapidly expanding telecom group with operations in Africa and are looking for Finance Directors for our operations in Malawi, Niger and Burkina Faso, who will be a key member of the management team responsible for delivering performance and growth in line with the business plan.

The main elements of the role comprise management and responsibility for:
• local financial systems and processes, including reporting and explanation of monthly results, variance analysis v’s budget and forecast.
• budget, forecast and long-term planning processes.
• cash resources, including relationship with local banks, handling of local facilities, drawdowns, repayments and monitoring of covenants.
• establishing good governance, local approvals and delegated authorities. Implement internal controls and risk environment.
• local tax compliance ensuring minimisation of tax burden.
• building and developing local finance team.

We are looking for someone with experience of working in Africa who can demonstrate high standards of performance in all of the above, either as a finance director or in a deputy role. Knowledge of the telecoms industry would be useful, but the candidate’s capability and experience is significantly more important. The roles for Burkina Faso and Niger require a French speaker (as well as English)

A competitive remuneration package is being offered.

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Director of Tax

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Leeds










Director of Tax/Senior Tax Manager










Remuneration package appropriate to the seniority of the role










Monday-Friday 09.00-17.30










Our client


is an independent firm of Chartered Accountants and business advisers based in Leeds who work with predominantly owner managed family run businesses.










An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Director of Tax/Senior Tax Manager. Managing a team of 5, the overall purpose of the position is to successfully run the tax department.














The successful candidate will be committed, enthusiastic and highly motivated.




You


will need to have experience of both personal and corporate tax matters including compliance management and advisory work. In addition you should have a good understanding of the taxation and principles of trusts.






You will need to be CTA qualified and experienced in running a tax team. You will be required to work closely with the partners and clients in business development.
















CTA Qualified





Previous experience of running a tax team





Good understanding of both personal and corporate tax





Full driving licence and access to your own car










Does this sound like you? If yes then please hit the apply now button.






You will then be sent to an online questionnaire to support your CV and application, please fill in the details and we will be in touch to advise you of the next steps.

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