The Financial Analysis Manager is responsible for the line management of teams that deliver detailed financial analysis work across a portfolio of Registered Providers to obtain assurance that the Regulator’s economic standards are being met, and that financial viability is being maintained. The postholder works collaboratively with colleagues to deliver judgements on the financial resilience and quality of governance arrangements of Registered Providers. Financial Analysis Managers are responsible for the detailed financial analysis for some of the higher risk Registered Providers in the team’s portfolio and will play a vital role in ensuring a consistent approach across the wider Regulatory Operations team.
Leading on the regulation of large, high risk and complex providers, overseeing the work of assigned teams of Financial Analysts and a Senior Financial Support Analyst to deliver effective regulation of Registered Providers ensuring they are well governed and financially viable and that the economic standards are met.
The successful candidate will have a CCAB financial qualification or equivalent with experience in financial regulation or financial management and be educated to degree level in a relevant subject, or equivalent experience.
With a track record of delivering results in a financial or assurance-based environment and excellent experience and understanding of financial modelling and critical and analytical evaluation skills, the post holder will be able to exercise sound professional judgement and reach conclusions. The post holder will also possess experience of people and programme management with a proven ability to inspire staff and lead a geographically dispersed team.
Our staff are mainly working from home due to the impacts from the pandemic.
RSH’s core offices are in Manchester, Leeds, and Birmingham. Our posts can be successfully carried out from any RSH office unless otherwise specified in the job information. We offer flexible working arrangements and staff can work from home for part of their hours.
Most roles involve some travel within England between our offices, and some roles also involve onsite visits to social housing providers.
In line with Government requirements to reduce the number of Civil Service and NDPB roles based in London, we only advertise roles in London which need to be there for business-critical reasons.
Interviews will take place towards the end of January; candidates will be informed they have been shortlisted by 14 January 2022. Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams.
Benefits and Salary
We offer a range of excellent benefits; information is available on our website.
The salary for this role is a spot salary within the given range, which will normally be the minimum of the range. Annual salary reviews are determined by the government pay award. In addition, when the probation period is successfully completed, a performance related bonus may be awarded, based on appraisal ratings at the end of the qualifying appraisal year.
Any move to the Regulator from another employer will mean you can no longer access childcare vouchers. This includes moves between government departments. You may however be eligible for other government schemes, including Tax-Free Childcare. Determine your eligibility at https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/.
- This job is broadly open to the following groups:
- UK nationals
- nationals of Commonwealth countries who have the right to work in the UKs
- nationals of the Republic of Ireland
- nationals from the EU, EEA or Switzerland with (or eligible for) status under the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS)
- relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals working in the Civil Service
- relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals who have built up the right to work in the Civil Service
- certain family members of the relevant EU, EEA, Swiss or Turkish nationals
Things you need to know
For more information on the role, please see the attached Role Profile.
To apply, please complete the online application form on the RSH careers site detailing your employment, education and training history and provide a supporting statement, which will be used in assessing your application. Guidance on the application process is available on the RSH careers site
Blind shortlisting – We carry out blind short listing for all of our vacancies as part of our commitment to Equality and Diversity and ensuring a fair and consistent approach to recruitment.
We guarantee an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum selection criteria, as part of disability confident commitment.
As an equal opportunities employer we will ensure ethnic minority candidates who reach the bench mark will be selected for interview.
You should indicate on your application if you want to be considered under these options.
Successful applicants will be advised of the outcome of their application and interviews held as soon as practical after the closing date.
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