Job Opportunities

Head of Finance                                     

We are currently seeking a full-time Head of Finance to lead our Finance team.  The Head of Finance will have operational responsibility for the Trust’s financial control and review of its financial assets.  This role will manage the Finance team to meet the monthly reporting requirements for the Board and senior management team.  Duties will include preparation of the monthly management accounts in a timely and accurate manner, monthly bank reconciliations, balance sheet reconciliations and key performance indicators.  This is a hands-on role often requiring a methodical approach. 

The suitable candidate should be able to demonstrate strong technical accounting skills and relevant management accounting experience.  This role requires excellent attention to detail and the ability to consistently deliver to a high standard.  You will have excellent interpersonal skills, and experience of managing a finance team.  Advance Excel skills are required and experience of Sage Accounts is preferred. 

You will need to be AAT/ ACCA / CIMA part qualified as a minimum, qualified would be desirable.

Download a detailed job description here.

Salary will be dependent on experience.

If you are interested, please email your CV and covering letter, stating your current salary/expectations to Michelle Parsley, HR Manager at [email protected]

Closing date for applications is Friday 10 June 2016.

Bletchley Park is an equal opportunities employer.  Strictly no agencies.

Compliance Officer (Health and Safety)

Bletchley Park is seeking a Compliance Officer (Health and Safety) to join its expanding team based in Milton Keynes to operate and develop systems and processes to ensure the Trust complies with outside regulatory requirements and internal policies with regard to the health and safety of the team and our visitors.

This important role will be responsible for the Trust’s ongoing compliance with Health, Safety and Environmental legislation, as well as identifying gaps in policy and proposing practical solutions. The successful candidate will become responsible for planning and procuring services to ensure our buildings and assets remain compliant with statutory inspections.

The compliance officer will become the point of contact for staff and volunteers with regards to Health and Safety and should have good interpersonal, written and numeric skills. Presentation skills will be essential as this role will require delivery of information to both staff and volunteers.

This role requires relevant qualifications and would suit a person with IOSH or NEBOSH who can demonstrate an ability managing planned compliance checks on a portfolio of buildings.

Download a detailed job description here.

Please send your CV with a covering letter to [email protected].

Closing date for applications is Tuesday 31 May 2016.

Volunteering Opportunities

We aim to deliver a faultless visitor experience, welcoming up to 250,000 visitors per year, and to achieve this we need to recruit more volunteers.

Becoming a volunteer at Bletchley Park offers the opportunity to share your expertise and gain a new skill set, and it brings people together from diverse backgrounds to work toward a common goal, building camaraderie and teamwork.

Volunteering offers an incredibly rewarding experience and it is an opportunity to explore new personal interests and goals.

Above all it is an opportunity to have fun and try something new.  

If you would like to find out more about joining the team of volunteers who help keep Bletchley Park running and provide a fantastic visitor experience, please email: [email protected]