Chief Financial Officer
Professional Cricketers' Assocation
PCA’s London office at The Kia OvalApply Now
Role Managed by:
t: +44 (0)20 3928 7374
Primary Practice Group: Arts, Culture and Sports
Salary & Benefits: £80,000 per 4 days a week
Closing Date: 13/02/2023
Formal Interview Date: w/c 3rd April
The Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) is a trade union that looks after the interests of men and women professional cricketers – both, past and present – in England and Wales. We play a crucial role in supporting the game and safeguarding players in the areas of professional development, player welfare, and legal advice.
We are now seeking a new Chief Financial Officer to take overall responsibility for our accounting function, and to contribute to the effectiveness of our Member Services and Commercial programmes.
The PCA has a total membership of more than 3,500 cricketers past and present, and our annual income is over £2 million, which we spend on player education and welfare services. We also have a commercial operation – PCA Management Limited – with income also more than £2 million arising from our Event, Ambassador and Cricket Hospitality programme and the provision of management services to the England men and women’s cricket teams.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an organisation at the forefront of promoting the interests of players and safeguarding their futures at a crucial time in the evolution of cricket. You will join a talented and committed Executive Team made up of the Chief Executive, COO, the Director of Development, Welfare and Member Services, the Commercial Director, and the EDI Director. As part of the Executive Team, the Chief Financial Officer will play a key role in strategy development and have overall responsibility for accounting, tax, strategic HR, IT, and Office Management functions at the PCA.
To succeed in this role, you will possess the relevant accounting experience, be CIMA/ACCA/ACA qualified, and demonstrate a track record of proactively supporting the day to day running of an organisation. You will also be an effective communicator, have the ability to build and maintain fruitful relationships, and understand how to challenge and support the CEO and other members of the Executive Team in working towards organisational priorities.
Reports to: CEO
Employment type: Part-time, approximately four days a week
Location: Based at the PCA’s London office at The Kia Oval
Work Pattern: There is an opportunity for “hybrid working” if it suits both parties
Remuneration: £80,000 for 4 days per week
For further details, including the job description, person specification, and information on how to apply, please visit https://candidates.perrettlaver.com/vacancies quoting reference number 6320. Candidates wishing to apply should submit a CV (including comprehensive details of key achievements and responsibilities) along with a covering letter which fully addresses the competencies outlined in the role description and person specification.
The closing date for applications is 9am (GMT) on Monday 13th February.
The PCA will be supported in this appointment by executive search firm Perrett Laver. Any initial enquiries should be directed to Jake Smith at Jake.Smith@perrettlaver.com and +44 (0)20 3928 7374.
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