Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity – Project Support Finance Officer Group Financial Controller (GFC)

Portsmouth, UK Permanent

Closing date: 24 November

About the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity

RNRMC is the Navy’s principal charity which exists to support every sailor, marine and their families, for life.

We do this by offering grants to and working with, other organisations to deliver programmes that meet the needs of our beneficiaries. We work hard, engaging with supporters to help raise awareness and funds to deliver the outcomes required for today and tomorrow.


In all your dealings, you will be expected to abide by the values of the charity and act as a role model both internally and externally. The values are:

  • Beneficiary focused: We will use the best evidence available to achieve maximum impact on the lives and morale of those who serve today, or who have ever served, and their families.
  • Integrity: We will act with honesty and transparency in all our activities.
  • Commitment: We will demonstrate the highest ambition and commitment for our cause
  • Inclusiveness: We will recognise and celebrate diversity in the sector
  • Teamwork: We will always behave in a way that strengthens the sector

Job Summary

As the Projects & Support Finance Officer (PSFO) you are responsible to the Group Financial Controller (GFC), providing support to the finance function and wider organisation for projects which have an impact on the finance department. Working together with assisting with transactional processing and reporting for various entities, the Projects & Support Finance Officer provides the daily financial administration for the finances of the Charity and supports the GFC Projects for the Charity.

This role includes producing small entity management accounts and supporting the management  accountants with larger entities with a view to progress into a management accounting role in the future.

A key part of the role is supporting the financial and administrative process for the Royal Naval  Association and other partners. As you will liaise with many stakeholders both internally and externally, good communication skills are essential along with the ability to speak confidently and present clear and concise information. You will possess a sound knowledge of processes and expectations and ensure adherence to the RNRMC Finance rulebook, improving and growing processes to ensure good governance. Experience with SAGE is desirable.

Your track record of achievements in previous projects will demonstrate a broad knowledge of transactional processing and a basic understanding of management accounting delivered with a rolled-up sleeves attitude.

Experience of working on CRMs is an advantage as would experience working on projects as the finance lead.

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