We need someone who can help us take our vision forward, but do it in the right way, a way that fits with our core values. Someone, who can keep an eye on the bigger picture, making sure our strategy is being progressed whilst helping our Senior Leadership Team and wider team grow and learn.
Place of work: Remote
Job terms: Part-time (1 day/month); 3-year appointment
Remuneration: Charging a fee is optional and it is our hope that we will be able to recruit NEDs who are willing to work on a voluntary basis.
However, if that is not the case, Juno offers the following remuneration to NEDs:
£500 per day (expected 1 day per month, equating to £6,000 PA); NEDs will be required to invoice periodically with details of the time worked.
Reasonable out-of-pocket expenses will be paid in addition.
Juno currently has a team of three dedicated to finance: the Finance Director (FCA qualified), and two trainees. We have a great team, but we are looking to add some specialist commercial knowledge around property, group structure, and tax.
We aren’t expecting you to be in the detail of the finance work, just have oversight and provide constructive challenge. Sometimes we need to seek a second opinion given we only have 1 qualified accountant, a good person to bounce ideas off and provide peer support.
Whilst we have professional advisors, we would like someone on the Board with expertise whom we could draw on at an early stage.
Our Board meetings are normally held via Teams. They take place every six weeks, however, you may also be asked to attend in addition, an annual strategy day.
If successful, you’ll be appointed for a three-year term – that’ll be subject to six months’ notice during the first year of service and three months’ notice thereafter.
Who are we looking for?
You have experience in managing assets, including knowledge of the potential tax implications and impact on the group of companies.
You’ve got Board level experience of a public company or organisation with a similar governance setup.
You’re excited by and able to help us deliver positive change in children’s residential care.
You the genuine article, you have high standards of honesty, integrity, and openness including recognising weaknesses and sensitivities, and when needed, acting with discretion.
You’re a grafter, hardworking, organised and enthusiastic.
You can ensure that we have a financial governance structure that is appropriate to our size/complexity and stage of development.
You have an understanding of different types of company structures, and experience in establishing groups of companies to maximise the potential of the business and minimise liabilities, taking advantage of any group tax relief that may be available.
Application deadline - 9th of May, 5 pm
Send your CV and a Cover letter* to email@example.com
*no longer than 2 pages
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend an online interview.
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