Thank you for your interest in the role of Financial Controller with The Mungo Foundation. I hope that you will find this recruitment pack informative and useful in supporting your decision to apply.
The Mungo Foundation is a leading charity operating across Glasgow and neighbouring authorities. We provide specialist social care services to over 1500 people via our team of 700 staff and volunteers. We are one of the largest employers in Glasgow with annual income of £16.5 million. At any one time we will typically run 40 different types of projects, delivering support to individuals, their families and communities Our services extend across:
- provision of short-break and outreach support for families, children & young people;
- residential building-based respite services for adults;
- tenancy support to young adults who are at risk of homelessness;
- support for young unaccompanied asylum seekers;
- small group home residential care services for adults and older people;
All our services aim to empower individuals whose lives are affected by disability, illness, addiction, and injustice. Regardless of age, need or circumstance, our inclusive approach strives to transform the lives of the people we serve and the communities in which we work.
We are committed to continuous improvement, and across our organisation we strive to deliver excellence for customers and stakeholder through activities and plans that are underpinned by our EFQM Recognised for Excellence approaches. We are committed to investing in our people and we believe that a strong strategic leadership team is critical to our continuing development and success. The post holder will play a pivotal role in our senior management team and will work closely with the Executive management team to help the organisation reach its full potential.
The role of Financial Controller reports to the Deputy Chief Executive/ Finance Director and will be required, on occasions to attend our Board of Trustee meetings, providing financial reports and strategic insight that ensures our strategic and operating priorities are informed and remain relevant.
We are looking for an exceptional individual with a high level of technical skill and expertise combined with interpersonal skills that supports the development of effective professional relationships with staff and stakeholders across all levels. You will share our values and our commitment to quality and excellence as well as our passion to improve and enrich the lives of the vulnerable people we support.
Thank you for taking the time to consider the information provided in this recruitment site and we look forward to hearing from you.