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Senior Financial Planner

Notting Hill Genesis
Bruce Kenrick House, 2 Killick Street, London, United Kingdom
£65,378 to £72,642 per annum
Closing date
10 May 2024

Job Details

As a not-for-profit housing organisation providing more affordable homes for Londoners, we’re on a mission to work better together for our residents and make London home for those who live in our capital, whatever their personal circumstances.

We’re looking now for a senior financial planner to make a significant contribution to our ability to meet future goals and objectives by steering us towards sustained financial health and strategic achievement.

Working alongside another senior financial planner, you’ll be responsible for leading the development of comprehensive medium and long-term financial plans, ensuring alignment with our 30-year strategic business plan and adapting to evolving business needs. You’ll also regularly review and update long-term financial models to reflect changing economic conditions, business strategies and market trends.

Both roles are new, part of a suite of people manager roles created to transform how our finance function works so that teams are set up in the best way to support operational colleagues to deliver the outcomes that matter most to residents – our most important customers – and have the right tools to do their jobs well. 


The ideal candidate

You’ll be a capable strategic thinker, with the ability to analyse complex data to develop solutions and make well-reasoned decisions. You’ll be able to use advanced financial modelling techniques to forecast and analyse the long-term financial impact of various scenarios and mitigation plans, and engage in detailed analysis of potential risks and opportunities associated with long-term financial strategies.

You’ll have strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage with a diverse range of people and work collaboratively with colleagues at various levels of seniority to ensure long-term financial plans are integrated with operational and strategic objectives. 

As one of our people managers, you’ll provide mentorship and guidance to a financial planner, ensuring cohesive and effective planning efforts. You’ll also be expected to support our broader commitment to creating a customer-centric and commercially-minded finance directorate, with strong and effective business partnering. 

Most importantly, you’ll be someone who genuinely puts customers first, has a passion for our vision and mission and makes our values visible every working day.

In addition, you’ll need:

  • A CCAB (ICAEW, ACCA or CIPFA) accounting qualification with supporting continued professional development
  • Strong experience of using the Brixx forecasting and planning tool
  • Experience of working with multiple business units to centralise planning activities and of  influencing operational activities at both tactical and strategic levels
  • Evidence of strong partnerships and relationship-building with internal and external stakeholders
  • A commitment to upholding ethical principles, including integrity, objectivity, professional competence, confidentiality, and professional behaviour


What’s in it for you?

Once you join us, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to grow within our organisation. You’ll also have access to a wide range of learning opportunities to help you achieve and maximise your potential.  

Benefits include:  

  • Excellent annual leave allowance and flexible working opportunities (qualifying period may apply)  
  • Generous pension scheme  
  • Enhanced maternity, paternity, and adoption pay in addition to statutory entitlements (qualifying period may apply)  
  • Employee assistance - free confidential advice and counselling services provided by independent specialist organisations
  • Health cash plan
  • Staff discounts - we give our staff access to discounts at hundreds of major retailers, gyms, restaurants, entertainment, days out, insurance, and much more.  
  • Interest-free loans - season ticket loan, tenancy deposit loan, and training loan  
  • Cycle to work scheme.  
  • Life Assurance x 4 annual salary


All about us

Notting Hill Genesis is a not-for-profit organisation providing affordable homes for Londoners and it is now one of the largest housing associations in London. We are both a landlord and a developer, with more than 60,000 existing homes and 10,000 more in our pipeline and we employ around 1,500 staff.  

For more information on what we do and what makes us different please visit:  

We welcome applications from everyone. We actively monitor the diversity of our workforce and strive to show equal representation throughout all levels of the organisation. We are a Stonewall Diversity Champion, a Disability Confident employer amongst other diversity commitments. To find out more about our approach to equality, diversity and inclusion please visit: 


Selection Process

Step 1 – Send your application now. Closing date is 10th May 2024 at 23:59.

Step 2 – Successful candidates will be selected for an interview

Step 3 – Successful candidates will be asked to present a work sample

Step 4 – Final round of interviews

Should a redeployee apply for this role, their application will be considered before any others. 

Please apply for this role online. If you are not able to apply online or if you have any reasonable adjustment requirements arising from a disability or medical condition to fully participate in the recruitment process, please discuss this with our hiring team via  

NHG reserves the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role, so we advise you to submit your application at your earliest opportunity.


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