Humanitarian Programmes Manager – Muslim Aid
Location – United Kingdom
The post holder to have overall management responsibility and accountability of the Humanitarian Programmes work streams through the continual development and management of humanitarian capacity and surge resources ensuring high quality programme delivery to communities affected by disasters. This includes responding to slow and rapid onset emergencies and supporting communities to become resilient to future shocks.
The role will also contribute to the development of the global humanitarian programme strategy whilst providing operational management assistance, funding and programmatic support to the humanitarian team at country level and partners. The Humanitarian Programmes Manager (HPM) will work in close coordination with the Country Management, Partnership and Institutional Funding team and is expected further strengthen existing MA emergency intervention strategy and alert system.
The postholder will be required to travel at short notice.
Deadline: Sunday 8th January 2023
Chief Operating Officer – Ummah Welfare Trust
Location - Bolton
The COO role is a key member of the Ummah Welfare Trust senior management team, reporting to the CEO. The post holder will be UWT’s second-in-command and be responsible for optimising the charities operational planning, and day-to-day operational excellence. With a team including Customer Services, Projects, Public Relations, Commercial, Finance, IT, compliance and HR, the role requires an experienced and effective leader, with outstanding ability to lead across broad operational spheres with financial discipline. The overarching purpose of the COO position is to work with the CEO to implement the financial and operational strategy of UWT, thereby enabling the charity to deliver its charitable objectives and achieve sustainable growth.
Some overall responsibilities,
• Support the CEO and oversee the senior management team to implement the charity’s strategic and business plan.
• Responsible for annual financial planning, budget setting, financial and performance reporting;
• Accountable for the effective performance of the Charity’s programmes and services, through: - Operational planning: Working with the CEO, Finance Director and departmental managers to set the annual departmental operational objectives, KPIs and budgets; - Monitoring and managing performance of the organisation’s departmental delivery/operations, budgets and service managers.
Deadline: Tuesday 31st January 2023
UK & International Assistant Management Accountant – Muslim Aid
Location – United Kingdom
This role is based in the UK and open to individuals with unrestricted right to live and work in the UK. At this stage we are unable to offer sponsorship opportunities and are unable to progress applications which require sponsorship. Therefore, you must currently hold an unrestricted right to work in the UK. The key purpose of this role is to support the UK & International Management Accountant to ensure accurate reporting of all UK & International financial information with systems, processes and controls operating effectively.
About the Role:
Day to day management of accounts payable and receivable
Management of UK & International Payments
Responsible for UK month-end process including accrual, prepayments, and balance sheet reconciliations and assisting production of UK & International Management Accounts with variance analysis
Supporting production of Statutory Global year end accounts
Assist in maintenance of financial control, processes, and system
Finance lead on interpreting and communicating financial data to non-financial managers and providing training to all new budget holders
Deadline: Monday 2nd January 2023
Weekend Islamic School Teacher - Dawat e Islami UK
Location – South Yorkshire
You will get the opportunity to work for one of the largest Islamic Charitable Organisations in The United Kingdom. The charity is led by individuals with high level of experience and expertise in their field. We have very supportive management team who will look after you very well.
• Plan and deliver innovative and engaging lessons in Tajweed and Islamic Studies
• Ensure provision of high-quality education:
o in line with the organisation’s expectations
o to children between the ages of 6-14
o using our textbooks, course books and other learning materials
• Complete regular progress sheets and compile a summary for feedback for parents
• By following the prescribed teaching timetable
Deadline: Saturday 14th January 2023