Regulation Manager (Finance)
Glasgow | Scottish Housing Regulator
£47,504 - £59,229
6th August 2019, at Midnight
Salary and Employment Details
Full Time Position - around 37.00 hours per week
We are currently seeking applications for a Regulation Manager (Finance) within the Scottish Housing Regulator based in Glasgow. This is a permanent and pensionable appointment and new entrants will normally start on the minimum of the pay range. Candidates with a disability who meet the essential criteria below will be invited to the assessments.
The Regulation Manager (Finance) is a high profile role and crucial to the success of the Regulator. This role forms an integral part of the Scottish Housing Regulators finance team and you will play a critical role in monitoring, assessing and reporting on the financial well-being of Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).
The Regulation Managers (Finance) provide expert financial analysis and accountancy advice to the SHR Board, Chief Executive and Directors. The post holder will have a pivotal role in delivering the annual financial risk assessment of RSLs and publication of RSL Engagement Plans. They will produce analysis which will influence SHRs engagement with individual landlords and with the housing sector as a whole.
Alongside this, the post holder may lead on key external communication publications including SHRs Statutory Financial Guidance, Recommended Practice and Thematic Studies, Treasury Management Reviews and Regulation Plans.
Professionally qualified accountant CCAB professional accountancy body or equivalent with up to date CPD.
Please note: If you fail to demonstrate how you meet the minimum qualifications as stated above, your application will be automatically sifted out.
1. Excellent critical analysis and evaluation skills with a proven track record in providing expert financial & business analysis and professional accountancy advice to internal and external stakeholders.
2. Experience in dealing with complex financial and business related information as well as an understanding of the principles of corporate governance and business planning.
3. Excellent written, presentation and oral communication skills allowing for sensitive and accessible engagement that influences effectively.
4. Excellent relationship and conflict management skills, with an ability to influence, negotiate and collaborate effectively with external and internal stakeholders at a senior level.
For further information on this vacancy please visit the Work for Scotland website:
Date Closed - 6th August 2019
Time Closed - Midnight