Rutherford Cross is excited to be retained by Scotcash, a growing organisation, making a positive contribution to society, to appoint a Finance Manager based in Glasgow.
Scotcash is a not-for-profit, Social Enterprise and a Community Interest Company (CIC). Founded in January 2007 with help from Glasgow City Council and GHA, the organisation’s main aim is to provide financial products and services to those who have difficulty accessing mainstream sources, such as banks and building societies.
With support from Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Housing Association, Royal Bank of Scotland, Communities Scotland and others, Scotcash focuses on the needs of those who experience difficulties accessing mainstream financial services. The organisation works with various debt advice agencies to provide assistance to access money advice services and considers this a key early intervention mechanism for interrupting the cycle of debt. Seeing the demand for a fair and affordable product in Glasgow has led to the UK wide expansion of Scotcash.
The role of Finance Manager has become available due to the retirement of the existing incumbent.
This is a great opportunity to work in an autonomous role offering exposure to a wide variety of finance duties. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Finance Manager will have the opportunity to play a key role within the organisation. The post-holder will ensure that strategic objectives and operational delivery models are founded on robust financial planning and sound financial controls. As well as contributing to financial management, budgeting and reporting the Finance Manager will also manage a small transactional team.
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