Head of Finance


Friday 7th June (at 5pm)


First round: Tuesday 18th June 2024 (online/teams)

Second round: Monday 24th June 2024 (in person)

Staff Panel: Friday 28th June 2024 (in person)

The role

The Head of Finance is responsible for ensuring that the finances of the Centre are managed efficiently and effectively to support the delivery of services in line with our ambitions.

Over the years the Centre has developed a highly diverse set of services and activities that support a broad range of community needs. These services are funded through a wide range of income sources and delivered in a complex set of arrangements and through many different partnerships.

The Head of Finance has centre-wide responsibilities and plays a key role in ensuring effective service delivery and sound financial management of the organisation as a whole.

This role needs to promote a positive culture of collaboration, innovation and inclusivity across the organisation and with external stakeholders and support the development of innovative, inspiring and viable service propositions.

As a member of the senior leadership team this role will play a key role in continuing to develop both the strategic direction and internal culture of the organisation, specifically driving forward our commitment to being a truly antiracist and inclusive organisation and creating space for honest conversations and feedback.

See attached job pack for full details


We believe that being a diverse organisation that is truly committed to being anti-racist will create the best outcomes for the community we work with. We are therefore actively seeking applicants from ethnic minority backgrounds and the LGBTQ+ community for this role.

Please let us know how we can make the recruitment process more accessible for you or if would like us to send you the job pack in a different format by emailing People@bbbc.org.uk

To apply for this role follow the link below to our online application system and answer some questions about your experience relevant to the role.  It’s important that you answer these questions fully, showcasing examples of your skills and experience (both professional and personal) relevant to the role as we only use your responses to shortlist (we don’t see your CV until after we’ve shortlisted).