Enjoy total involvement in everything. Every day.

£60,000 to £66,000 + Benefits

Being Bursar and Chief Financial Officer at Bethany isn’t just a job – it’s a lifestyle which will involve you in all aspects of school life acting as the number two to our Headmaster.

We will look to you to take a unique school and registered charity to the next level as you act as our Chief Financial Officer and Clerk to the Governors. Keeping us on a firm financial footing, you will transform our service provision and develop a far-reaching business plan whilst overseeing everything from accounting to estate and facilities management, IT, procurement, general administration, marketing and catering. In addition, you will also control compliance and risk management, data security, liaison with educational bodies and the Charity Commission. Excellent people management skills will be essential as this role will also take on overall responsibility for most of our support staff.

Needless to say, we’re looking for the best. Tenacious, indefatigable and determined to make your mark, you will need to be financially literate, highly analytical in your thinking and be able to demonstrate success in previous senior management positions. As a key member within our Senior Management Team, you will need confidence to take far-reaching decisions, the drive and determination to deliver real change, and a genuine enjoyment of wide responsibilities.

In return, we can offer you exceptional autonomy and visibility within a stunning setting. Our campus comprises 60 acres of the magnificent Weald in the heart of the Kent countryside, providing the perfect backdrop for our 360 pupils aged 11 to 18 to realise their full potential and develop a lifelong love of learning whilst forging exciting futures. What’s more, you can expect a truly comprehensive package of benefits, including a generous pension scheme, private medical health insurance, free meals during term time and more. There is the possibility of accommodation on site being included within the role.

As part of your role, you will be required to adhere to all School Policies, to include but not be limited to Safeguarding and Child Protection, Code of Conduct and Health & Safety as well as the continual promotion and safeguarding of the welfare of children and young persons for whom you are responsible and with whom you come into contact.  All applicants must be willing to undergo enhanced child protection screening appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

These appointments will be made without regard to gender, age, or ethnic origin. Bethany School is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

If you have what it takes, take the next step by contacting either Lucy Wyatt on 07817 038009 or John Murphie on 07801 545872 for an informal conversation or by emailing Recruiting@theisba.org.uk

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