Our client is a Global FM provider and they are recruiting for an Account Director, to work across the South of England and the West Midlands. As an employer of choice, our client heavily invest in their employees to best serve these state-of-the-art facilities by offering mission critical and leadership training. The Account Director role is a key position, interfacing directly with the customers, you will take management and ownership for a multi-customer portfolio of specialist facilities management and engineering teams. You will be expected to be familiar with all aspects of the engineering operations and administration within the contracts across the portfolio. In general, the responsibilities will be to ensure the operational resources, plant, labour and infrastructure are in place to ensure correct, safe and efficient function of engineering services. Providing leadership to all the portfolio operational and response staff, to ensure that the objectives of the contract are met, especially (but not limited to) Health & Safety, 100% uptime of plant, quickly and professionally responding to the needs of the customers. The successful candidate will be responsible for the financial aspects of the portfolio contracts and for the recruitment of management level staff. You will be a key business escalation contact in the event of any operational issues, out of hours, and must be able to react in a methodical and controlled manner, implementing the agreed escalation procedures as required and keeping the group level customer interface fully briefed on both the incident and the strategy to resolution. Key Responsibilities. - Full responsibility for financial performance, including development of contract financial plans for revenue and profit delivery, reduction of WIP, debt, cost reduction and contract growth, and ensure that these are met and exceeded. - Ensuring business policies and processes are effectively communicated, and implemented within the contract. - Ensure the provision of healthy and safe working conditions and that both customers and Company health and safety policy and process is effectively implemented across both our services and subcontractor's activities, and are regularly review. - Ensuring a customer focuses within all areas of operational activities, and that effective relationships are maintained with key customer stakeholders and contacts. - Provide a learning environment, and appropriate training and development planning. Ensure basic training needs are delivered, employees are fully competent to undertake their roles, and are able to reach their full future potential. - Ensure the constructive governance is delivered including (but not limited to) monthly site reviews, six-monthly, quarterly senior client strategic reviews and monthly internal reviews. - Ensure optimum staffing structures operate across contracts for the delivery of service excellence. - Ensure structures support peaks and troughs in workload, and disaster recovery. - Ensure contracts are staffed by fully competent teams, ensuring post holders are fully competent, and that effective succession planning arrangements are in place. - Working with other Operational leaders to ensure the collaborative development of the business, effective team-working, and support to colleagues. - Provision of leadership and guidance, advice, coaching and direct support, where required to deliver best practice selection, training, assessment and recognition/reward. - Delivering effective business communication through advice, review, leadership and direct - contribution to management and team meetings, briefings, consultation forums, correspondence, publicity, monthly and ad-hoc reporting and other publications, as appropriate. - Provide a learning environment, and appropriate training and development planning. Ensure basis training needs are delivered, employees are fully competent to undertake their roles, and are able to reach their full future potential. - Review and support implementation of account and contract specific standards and operating procedures. Personal Attributes: - Effective communication skills the ability to lead motivate and direct a multi-regional team. - Possess an understanding of Health and Safety issues, NEBOSH / IOSH, or equivalent formal training - would be desirable. Training will be made available. - Conversant with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). - An appropriate level of English and Mathematics required. - Strong organisational and communication skills with the ability to prioritise workloads. - Ability to work under pressure whilst remaining calm, clear thinking and able to deliver the required services to the client within given time constraints - Demonstrate a willingness to attend on and off-site training for plant and systems as they are installed. Salary & Benefits: £80,000 Bonus 20% - Performance related Life Assurance Pension Car Allowance - £5000 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy
Here at Eden Brown we are delighted to be recruiting for an Events Fundraising Manager to join an organisation that sits right in the heart of Birmingham. This charity is dedicated to raising the invaluable funds needed to make a real difference to women, children and their families across the region. Always striving to be the best, this organisation is looking for an Events Fundraising Manager to pay a pivotal role in the success of this team, joining on a maternity cover period for 9-12 months. As Events Fundraising Manager you will play a significant role in managing the high performing events team, developing and leading on the charity's programme of high quality fundraising events. Working at a senior strategic level you will be responsible for designing and implementing the strategy for the delivery of a major events programme for the charity. Leading on both existing and new events you will be tasked with the exciting challenge of ensuring all events achieve agreed income targets and managing the annual event expenditure budget. All this must be achieved while ensuring the event team focus on providing an experience that is the best possible journey across the range of supporters engaged. To be considered for this role you should come to us with significant experience working in a busy fundraising environment with an unrivalled knowledge of fundraising processes, priorities and goals. You should have demonstrable experience of successful financial budgeting and reporting, and come to us with significant experience leading, managing and inspiring teams. You must be comfortable working in a target driven and account management focused environment and have an unparalleled commitment to exceptional customer service and stewardship at all times. Passionate, creative, flexible and strategic you should be known for your strong communication and presentation skills and be able to engage with diverse audiences with ease. This is a wonderful opportunity to join this charity on a maternity cover period of 9-12 months and make a real impact on the growth of event income that will directly affect the beneficiaries of this fantastic organisation. Please apply below, or to send an initial expression of interest send your CV to Charlie on . The deadline for this role is Friday 24th May so apply now to avoid disappointment!Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Individual Giving Manager Boston Spa Full Time Permanent- Part Time/ Flexible working may be considered £29,148-£35,000 Here at Eden Brown I am delighted to be supporting one of the UK's foremost children's palliative care organisations in their search for an ambitious and motivated Individual Giving Manager. Martin House is a very special organisation delivering a much-valued service to children and families of young people with life-limiting conditions across Yorkshire and Humberside. Purpose-built in a beautiful part of the country, the hospice is a place of refuge and comfort, and this exciting opportunity to play an integral part in growing vital income is one not to be missed! Martin House are currently entering an exciting period of growth which has seen recent investment in the fundraising team. As part of that growth, they have a fantastic opportunity to join the team in a key leadership role where you will be responsible for developing, managing and implementing all aspects of individual giving in order to deliver substantial and sustainable income growth. We are looking to hear from candidates with a background in Individual Giving who can lead on a new individual giving fundraising strategy which will include legacy giving, regular giving, in-mem giving, lottery. You will look to explore all aspects of individual giving and increasing supporter engagement through the development of donor journeys. The role of Individual Giving Manager is a hugely important one for this organisation so you should come to us with a commitment to raising the profile of this wonderful charity, and an unrivalled affinity to the work they do. To find out more please send an up to date CV or get in touch with Leanne Roberts or Charlie Mynard for more information. Your expert recruitment consultant is Leanne Roberts, call today on or email Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
Head of Finance Permanent Leeds Salary £35-40k Eden Brown is extremely proud to be representing Heart Research UK in their search for a Head of Finance. Heart Research UK is a national charity that has been helping hearts near you since 1967. This charity fund ground-breaking medical research as well as helping communities improve their lifestyles through their Healthy Heart grants - encouraging people to live healthier, happier and longer lives. What the role will involve... As Head of Finance your role will be: - To produce monthly, quarterly and annual accounts suitable for a variety of audiences (ensuring all the while that budget holders receive necessary financial information) - To work closely with the Chief Executive and COO on long term financial planning and forecasting for the charity - The line management of 3 staff - Finance Assistant, IT and Office Assistant and Admin Assistant. - To ensure the organisation meets and complies with statutory reporting obligations and requirements - To act as the main point of contact for all payroll administration - To lead on liaison with auditors, banks and other financial institutions To be considered for this fantastic role you should come to us with: - An accountancy qualification (part qualified or qualified by experience will be considered) - A proven track record of managing a finance function (charity and NFP environment would be desirable) - Substantial experience of management accounting, budgeting and reporting. - Comprehensive experience of payroll administration - Extensive experience in using SAGE accounts package - A proactive, resourceful, manager and come with the ability to communicate to a variety of audiences - An ability to display complex information in a straight forward and imaginative manner. To discuss further, or register your interest in this exciting opportunity, please contact Leanne Roberts on the charities team for more information or send an up to date CV. Your expert recruitment consultant is Leanne Roberts, call today on or email Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.