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Head of Finance - new part-time role at Royal Drawing School
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RoyalDrawingSchool · 10/08/2022 13:22

The Royal Drawing School, an independent, not-for-profit charity aims to raise the standard and profile of drawing through teaching and practice. This prestigious School is regarded as the world's leading institution offering in-depth quality observational drawing tuition for adults and children of all ages and abilities. Founded by HRH the Prince of Wales in 2000, it now teaches over 3000 students a week in its studios in London, on international residencies and digitally in over 25 countries.

The Royal Drawing School is looking to appoint a Head of Finance (PT) to drive the School’s financial operations so that revenue growth is promoted and compliance with accounting regulations is ensured. Working closely with the Principal and Trustees, this is a pivotal role in the organisation.

As an integral part of the Senior Leadership Team, the Head of Finance will provide strategic and financial guidance on all financial activities so that resources are managed in the most beneficial way.

This role would be suitable for someone who has extensive knowledge and previous work experience as a Head of Finance or similar role now seeking flexibility in part-time hybrid or WFH setup.

The Royal Drawing School is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and we welcome and encourage applications from everyone.
For any queries about the role or how to apply, please go to our jobs page.

Deadline for applications: 22 August 2022

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