Role: Finance Manager (permanent)
Location: Broadway, Nottingham
Salary: £37,327-£40,127 per annum
Based in the heart of Nottingham’s Lace Market, Broadway is nationally recognised as a cultural lead organisation for independent cinema, arts and technology in the Midlands. With four screens, two Café Bars, collaborative workspaces and meeting rooms, Broadway is a charitable organisation and commercial subsidiary with a turnover in excess of £3.5m.
We are looking to recruit a Finance Manager, to lead our Finance Department and take a place on the Senior Management Team. You will be responsible for supporting the financial sustainability of Broadway, through sound financial governance of the charity and its commercial subsidiary, ensuring we continue to move forward in our mission to inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film. You will be responsible for the management accounts and budgeting across our companies, regular financial reporting to our Board of Trustees, and managing the annual audit. In addition, you will operate the monthly payroll for our workforce.
Why join us?
This role is ideal for an experienced finance professional who is looking to bring their expert contribution to the running of a leading organisation in the regional arts and cultural sector, and where our company structure offers exposure to both commercial and not for profit finances.
We offer creative learning, talent pathways and excellent customer experience to inspire creativity and a lifelong love of film for future generations. Broadway is committed to widening community access and audience choice, welcoming over 200,000 visitors each year to our diverse programme of independent British, international and screen classics, film industry guests, film courses, special one-off events, live theatre, music and opera broadcasts. Broadway’s wider role includes supporting the training and development of new talent and is home to filmmakers, now receiving international recognition for their work. As the lead organisation for the British Film Institute (BFI) supported Film Hub Midlands, Broadway is responsible for the delivery of BFI Major Programmes, the Midlands BFI NETWORK film talent programme and offers BFI Film Academy for 16-19-year-olds keen to enter the film industry.
An Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation, our collaborative co-working Studio for arts, design and innovation, works nationally with pioneering artists to create bold new work and drive innovation through use of emerging technologies, helping develop and showcase the skills of Nottingham’s growing arts and tech community.
Broadway is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and we welcome suitably qualified applications from all sections of the community.
Please direct enquiries about this opportunity to Daniel Greene, Robert Half Talent Solutions, on 0115 666 2552 or 07470325050.