This is a temporary opportunity for a Finance Manager role, based in Winfrith, to start as soon as possible.
The hours of work are 37 hours.
The tasks you will undertake will include: The principal responsibility of the role is to manage the delivery of financial services (payroll, pensions, purchasing, payments, income), including provision of Force policy.
Ensure all financial objectives and policies reflect legislative requirements, including police regulations, HMRC requirements, and that appropriate and effective financial control is maintained across Dorset and Devon & Cornwall Police Forces.
Essential Criteria: Full membership of the Institute of Payroll Professionals (IPP), and/or demonstrable experience and exceptional performance in developing, reviewing and implementing appropriate policies and procedures in a highly regulated environment.
Expertise gained over a period of at least three years of managing and delivering a payroll and pensions service within a large organisation, dealing with relevant internal and external stakeholders, and influencing / negotiating to achieve service objectives.
Expertise in developing project plans for major changes to, or developments in, payroll practice.
Demonstrable comprehensive knowledge of payroll, pensions and taxation principles and regulations, with the ability to interpret and apply these in diverse and often complex circumstances.
Expertise in analysing and interpreting information which may at times be highly complex and potentially ambiguous; proven ability to communicate and précis as necessary to best inform others including senior management.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with authoritative report/policy writing skills to ensure understanding and acceptance by a wider, non-technical audience and compliance with equality legislation, including proven ability to negotiate and influence stakeholders Track record in managing staff with diverse functions/activities, with an ability to harness capabilities within teams to achieve key outcomes, developing an ethos of collaboration and a 'can do' attitude to tasks and challenges arising.
Excellent IT skills, particularly in the use of web-based approaches to information sharing and effective research.
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