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Governance & Finance Manager

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Centre For Sport and Human Rights
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geneva, Switzerland

Centre For Sport and Human Rights


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Published 5 days ago

March 1, 2021
February 24, 2021
£40,000 to £50,000 per annum pro rata for UK employee. Equivalent applied to consulting rates for non-UK candidates.

Home-based. UK or Switzerland preferred. Time zone compatibility with Europe essential. 

Full time (5 days per week) preferred, or part-time (4 days per week).

£40,000 to £50,000 per annum pro rata for UK employee. Equivalent applied to consulting rates for non-UK candidates.

12-month renewable contract subject to funding, with 3-month probationary period. This post will be offered as one of:

• UK employment contract (PAYE) for UK-based candidates

• Swiss employment contract for Swiss-based candidates

• Consultancy agreement for candidates anywhere else in the world. 

Candidate must already have permission to work in the country of their location.

Role purpose: The Centre for Sport and Human Rights is growing and requires a qualified, experienced and practical operations professional to manage important elements of the Centre’s work, ensuring smooth coordination of our governance and finance functions, enabling our team to effectively deliver impactful projects around the world.

Alignment with the Centre’s mission: We are seeking to set exemplary standards for good governance, transparency and accountability. This requires strong systems and processes to be in place, and the Centre itself to act with integrity. Ensuring good governance and sound financial management enables the Centre to dedicate expertise and resources towards achieving a world of sport that fully respects and promotes human rights.

Key relationships: This new role will be an important part of the Centre’s operations team, which includes the Deputy CEO, Operations & Events Coordinator, and Office Administrator, supported by external accountancy and human resources expertise. This is a new role created from responsibilities currently held by the CEO and Deputy CEO.

responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following four areas:

  Governance:    

Reviewing and maintaining governance policies and procedures 

Liaising with external legal advisors

Preparing papers, agendas and resolutions for regular board

meetings, sub-committee meetings, meetings of Members

Taking minutes of board meetings etc

Liaising with company secretary and regulators

Leading compliance with code of conduct

  Finance:

   Accounts: reconciling monthly management accounts and

expenses.

Supporting CEO and accountant with financial planning and

budgeting

Fundraising and grant management: 

Grant management: coordinating reporting requirements

(narrative and financial), working alongside project teams and accountant.

Fundraising research: identifying opportunities and preparing

briefs on prospective funders.


 


 


Home-based. UK or Switzerland preferred. Time zone compatibility with Europe essential. 

Full time (5 days per week) preferred, or part-time (4 days per week).

£40,000 to £50,000 per annum pro rata for UK employee. Equivalent applied to consulting…

Details at a glance

  • Full Time Schedule
  • Contract
  • Other Education Requirement
  • Professional

Location

Remote
Work may be performed anywhere in Switzerland
Associated Location
Maison Internationale de l'Environnement II, Chemin de Balexert 7-9, geneva 1219, CH

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