This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and highly talented individual to provide finance and monitoring leadership for a passionate skills development program as Finance and Monitoring Officer that makes a real difference in the areas of health and social care.
You will assist the Health and Social Care (DSHSC) Project Manager to ensure the successful delivery of this program in Norfolk and Suffolk, to train and guide health and social care workers to advance their careers help me.
The purpose of this role is to:
- Oversee the DSHSC project finances, policies and claims process working closely with other DSHSC team members and delivery partners to create an efficient and transparent process.
- Monitor, report, and control program budgets and expenditures to ensure transparency and accountability of project processes and finances, and that DSHSC meets ESF-funding regulations.
- Provide advice and assistance to delivery partners on financial processes and policies to ensure that claims and DWP inquiries are completed in a timely manner.
- Guide DWP and ESF funding process preparation and engagement with them, such as desk-based evidence testing, on-site verification visits, and contract manager meetings.
Requirements for Finance and Monitoring Officer
- Financial management, budgeting and reporting in a European perspective
- Managing grant funds and watch performance against targets
- Knowledge and experience in the application of audit and control functions in European programs
- Knowledge and understanding of European funding programs, especially ESF
- Understanding working in local authority and political environment
- Knowledge about the economic development and regeneration policy and practice
- Investigative skills: Able to gather and present all relevant information to support an argument or recommendation; Or challenge the evidence provided.
- Experience using Excel to manage complex budgets / best Excel skills
- Good communication and presentation skills
- Takes responsibility for responsibilities and works with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
- Prioritize good planning and organizational skills, being able to work independently and manage your time and workload and meet deadlines accordingly.
- Applies logic and thinks analytically.
- Understands and applies complex information such as funding rules and regulations, including the implications of not meeting contract requirements.
- Ability to identify potential hazards and take appropriate action
- A strong personal commitment to advocating for equality and inclusion
- Uses initiative and makes evidence-based decision
You will be part of a well-established, zestful and supportive team. For an informal discussion of this position, please contact Barbara Herring, Project Manager at [email protected]
We want our people to work well together, to make the most of their workplaces, to enjoy a healthy work and life balance, and to provide the best services to Norfolk and its people. Encourage and encourage.The way we work creates flexibility, with hybrid work (dividing your work time between one or more workplaces and agreeing on remote workplaces like your home) Is an important feature for Our technology platform and equipment is first-class, enabling you to connect and collaborate remotely.
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Closing date: 13 July 2022 at 23:59.
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Norfolk County Council
Norwich, Norfolk, UK Remote Working Contract
Salary: £33,486 to £35,336 Annually
- Accounting & Finance
- Public Sector
Norfolk County Council
Finance and Monitoring Officer 655
Fixed term contract until 31 December 2023
£33,486 to £35,336 per annum
37 hours per week
County Hall, Norwich (hybrid working)
Developing Skills in Health and Social Care
This role is provided by the European Social Fund
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