Hours: Part time 24 hours per week
Salary: £21,039 actual (pay increase from 1 November applied)
Based at: 19 Chapel Street, Derby, DE1 3GU and home-based
If you love variety in your day that taps into your breadth and wealth of experience and you want to work in the Charity sector, then this might be the role you have been waiting for. Part-time hours with the benefits of a generous flexi-time system and office/home hybrid working, this role will be perfect for candidates seeking an improved work life blend.
This new and important role has been created to support the Director and the Head of Finance and Governance in delivering the financial, organisational development, data and environmental elements of the Déda Business Strategy. You will need to demonstrate you have the experience and skills to ensure robust and well managed financial systems and procedures are in place. In addition, you will have experience and knowledge in a wide range of functions from Data to IT, Finance to Human Resources and procurement to contract management and have experience, or at least have a keen interest in, environmental issues and sustainable economic principles. Ideally you hold professional and/or academic qualifications in one or more of these areas.
Déda is a growing and well-established and respected cultural venue in Derby offering a range of dance, movement, festival, leisure and educational activities and experiences in the East Midlands. We are part of the Arts Council’s National Portfolio of Organisations delivering the UK’s cultural offer. Déda is funded by a mixture of earned income and public and private grants, has its own café, 124 seat theatre and three studios and meeting spaces.
We warmly invite applications from anyone that feels they can make a difference through their work, particularly those who can bring a new perspective, for example:
- People who are local to us (within 15 minutes' walk or cycle of Déda) or are invested in the local communities of Derby
- People from a range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds
- People with physical or learning disabilities or who are neurodivergent
- People from a range of socio-economic backgrounds
- Download the Job description below.
- Send your CV with a covering letter showcasing your skills and experience that meet the job description and person specification to [email protected]. Alternatively, we welcome voice or video submissions of your CV and covering letter. Please supply a link to your submission sent to the email above.
- Complete the diversity monitoring form before the closing date. NOTE: The information provided in the equal opportunities monitoring form will not be used during the short-listing procedure, but we may reserve the right to extend the recruitment period to ensure a variety of applications have been received.
Deadline for applications: 29 November 2021
Interview date: Wednesday 8 December 2021 (tbc)