Executive Officer (£33,797 - £39,152)
The Mathematical Association
Full time permanent position in Leicester from 1 January 2020
This is an exciting new position for a high calibre, forward thinking and highly motivated person to lead and manage our team of four staff and our HQ. The Mathematical Association is a longstanding subject association in the UK and is a registered charity. The successful candidate will work alongside the Directors to develop the vision, scope and remit of the Association.
Main duties and responsibilities:
To make a significant contribution to strategic planning and financial management.
Carry out organisational, administrative, calendar management and secretarial tasks for the MA Council, ensuring that this complies with the Association’s Constitution and its rules and regulations and our Charitable and Limited Company Status.
To manage the financial affairs of the Association, ensuring that relevant, accurate and timely information is provided to the Directors.
To be responsible for supporting the Charitable Status of the Association
To manage project work related to MA committees, such as the production and circulation of agendas, papers and minutes, working with other staff as required.
To liaise effectively with third parties including Independent Examiners, solicitors and website providers.
To lead and line manage a high-quality HQ team, assist council in the recruitment of staff, carry out professional reviews, organisation of tasks, training and motivation of staff.
Educated to degree level or equivalent
Ability to achieve high performance goals and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment
Forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions
High level of literacy and numeracy
Experience of financial management and the development, implementation and evaluation of new strategies
Well-developed computer skills and experience of Microsoft Office, Adobe, Sage Accounts and Payroll, CRM software or equivalent
Knowledge of popular social media platforms and the ability to manage websites
Ability to have robust and professional conversations
Excellent personal organisation and time management
Full details of the role can be found on our website www.m-a.org.uk
If you have any further questions, please email our Chair of Council firstname.lastname@example.org