Our fiduciary risk team seeks to ensure that the international aid funds that we manage are used for the intended purposes, achieve value for money and are properly accounted for.
We are looking to strengthen our Fiduciary Risk team by recruiting a new Fiduciary Risk Manager to work across all our funds and programmes. The FRM will provide leadership and oversight across the grant portfolios and projects, ensuring the fiduciary risk and public financial management (PFM) strategy is implemented, that fiduciary risk and due diligence work streams are proactively managed and that the financial management of grants is in keeping with acceptable standards. The FRM will be supported by a Fiduciary Risk Officer and will work alongside another Fiduciary Risk Manager.
Future opportunities to bid to manage other funds and to partake in in consultancy projects will require a core team of PFM and fiduciary risk management specialists and the FRM will perform an important role in managing this expertise alongside other key staff. To this end the FRM will have the opportunity to undertake some business development work and international consultancy.
You may already be a qualified accountant, or you will have at least 5 years’ experience of working in a financial/fiduciary role with proven experience in some aspect of risk management, due diligence, or financial reporting.
You will need to show experience in planning, procuring and managing resources in a professional services environment, as well as experience in proposal writing and working as a team under tight deadlines.