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Secretary to the Nuffield Oxford Hospitals Fund

Please note, we are advertising this role on behalf of the Nuffield Oxford Hospital Fund Charity, where this role will be employed. This not a University/Divisional role.

The Nuffield Oxford Hospital Fund (NOHF) was established in 1937 after a gift by Lord Nuffield. The purpose of the charity is to raise the standards of Oxford Hospitals in order to assist the development and carrying on of the Oxford University Medical School. The annual funds available are approximately £350k. 

The  NOHF trustees are looking for a committed and experienced individual to act as part time secretary to the board of trustees.

The purpose of the role is to be the Trust’s designated main contact with bodies such as the Charity Commission, HMRC, the Trust’s legal advisors, auditors, bankers and investment managers. You will maintain close contact with the auditors, principally in respect of the preparation of the working papers for the Annual Accounts preparing and maintaining a cash flow forecast and the Annual Report. In addition you will assist with the grant award process and arrange trustee meetings.

Duties of Secretary of the Nuffield Oxford Hospitals Fund

The post is part time; one day per week

Applications for this vacancy are to be made by email. Please provide a supporting statement which explains how you are qualified to fulfil the duties of the post using examples of your skills and experience.

Closing date for applications: 12 March 2022, 12noon

Interviews are expected to be held in late March/ Early April

Contact: ann.watson@ndorms.ox.ac.uk

Salary £11,500 (reviewed annually)