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Finance Controller

Finance Controller

Radnor House Sevenoaks


  • Expired
Radnor House Payscale
Job type:
Full Time, Permanent
Start date:
Apply by:
24 January 2018

Job overview

Finance Controller

Salary dependent on qualifications and experience

37.5 hours per week (8.30am to 5pm)

The Finance Controller will have responsibility for the School’s finance function, management and year end reporting and effective control of both Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable; whilst supporting the Business Manager and other members of staff as required.

You will have:

· Relevant accountancy qualifications 

· Relevant work experience in a senior finance role 

· Excellent communication and administrative skills 

· Excellent IT literacy including extensive Sage experience and intermediate to advanced Excel skills 

· Previous experience in the education sector desirable 

· Ability to lead a team 

· Emotionally resilient and able to handle a busy and varied work load 

· Good interpersonal skills with an ability to work collaboratively and relate to people at all levels 

· Self-starter with a high level of time management and planning skills 

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Closing date: Midday on Wednesday, 24th January 2018.

Interviews: Monday, 29th January 2018.

The school is totally committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people and expects the same from its employees

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About Radnor House Sevenoaks

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+44 1959 563720

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Working at Radnor House Sevenoaks

Celebrating Every Individual

Radnor House Sevenoaks passionately believes in the limitless potential of children and the critical role adults play in this journey of self realisation.

Teaching and Learning at Radnor House Sevenoaks aims to create a collaborative whole-school community of life-long learners, always motivated to achieve the highest standards of teaching and learning through self-reflection, objective evaluation, and research-based practice. In this area you will find all the information you need to know about working at Radnor House Sevenoaks, including our ethos, career opportunities and employment benefits.

Our Innovative Environment

"What does it feel like?"

As a staff member at Radnor House Sevenoaks, you are part of a community that works together to achieve the best for each of its pupils. There are over 100 members of a highly dedicated staff team in teaching and support roles. The culture of Radnor House Sevenoaks is founded on the following principles:

Our Vision

‘An active learning environment for limitless minds’

Our Values

Excellence — Respect — Courage — Perseverance

We aim to create a secure, happy and active learning environment of the highest quality which celebrates every individual. Teachers provide outstanding pastoral care alongside teaching of the highest standard and deliver a wide range of co‐curricular opportunities.

Radnor House Sevenoaks also has a highly professional support staff creating and maintaining the structures and environment for teachers to help pupils achieve their best.

We actively support colleagues in seeking to improve their professional practice and working in partnership with parents to enhance opportunities for students. This includes helping them to develop an awareness of and contribution to both the local and broader community and wider field of education.

Providing an active learning environment is at the heart of Radnor House Sevenoaks. We want every colleague to fulfil their potential at work through ongoing development opportunities and by taking on new challenges to develop their career. Colleagues receive regular feedback on performance and are appraised each term against key performance indicators.

If you are interested in joining Radnor House Sevenoaks , please take a look at our latest vacancies.

Our Staff Community

Our school

Radnor House Sevenoaks has a vibrant school community in which teachers often take time to support one another with projects and initiatives. The school’s open door policy means teachers are encouraged to drop into one another’s lessons in a positive manner in order to learn from each other and benefit from each other’s suggestions. Teachers from all subject areas frequently volunteer to deliver assemblies and talks on areas of interest.  School trips and excursions are commonly accompanied by teachers from across different subject specialisms. Our teachers have a wide range of skills and interests, many of which they choose to share with the pupils via our activities programme, as well as developing their artistic, sporting and musical talents beyond the school.  Our staff common room is a welcoming work area, with communal space for marking and discussion of ideas.  Teachers are invited to a range of social events across the school year, including the Christmas and End of Year parties, which present excellent opportunities to relax and celebrate together as a team.

A learning community

Radnor House Sevenoaks is a community of learners and our teachers are dedicated to their ongoing professional learning, realising that continuous improvement is at the heart of building a successful school.  Regardless of our strengths as teachers, we will always need to learn more, because every child, class and topic is different each time we teach, and presents new challenges and opportunities. By adopting this mindset, teachers help to model positive attitudes towards learning, and to foster a sense of resilience and inherent valuing of learning in the pupils whom we teach. Teachers are able to put this philosophy into practice in various ways, ranging from attendance at Professional Learning Groups (PLGs) which run on a variety of teacher-chosen Teaching and Learning themes, through to use of online resources, and formal training courses. We also encourage teachers to pursue further qualifications, and many of our staff take advantage of partial funding arrangements in place for further education including Masters degree studies.

Philosophy Towards Staff

Radnor House Sevenoaks expects all colleagues to be both excellent and involved teachers and wholly committed to the wider life of the School.  As an Equal Opportunities employer, the School, in turn, recognises its responsibilities to its employees as outlined in the contracts of employment and in various relevant policies.  The School also endeavours to develop a professional teaching environment within the School for all Teaching Staff with appropriate support and care and opportunities for personal growth and professional development.  Teamwork is vitally important to the success of the teaching Staff and it is expected that Staff appointed will have the ability and willingness to work in teams.

Professional Development

Radnor House Sevenoaks can provide generous financial support to any staff who want to continue their education or learn new skills related to their employment.

Staff Surveys

Staff surveys are sent out annually in order to give staff the opportunity to feedback on their experiences as a member of staff, all feedback is treated confidentially.


Radnor House Sevenoaks contributes towards a Private Pension Scheme.  Further details are available from the Finance department.

Life Assurance

All employees are automatically provided with free life assurance cover up to age 65 or state pension age. If an employee dies in service, our scheme will pay three times their annual salary to the employee's family or nominated beneficiary.

Employee Assistance Programme

All employees have access to a 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme.

Dining Facilities

Radnor House Sevenoaks encourages all staff to eat in the dining room. Free Café facilities also offer a wide range of good quality healthy food and drink.

Cycling to Work Scheme

Radnor House Sevenoaks participates in a cycle to work scheme. Up to £1000 can be used to purchase a bike, deducted equally from payroll over 12 months.

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