Myerscough College seeks a Deputy Principal to lead the College’s finances, financial planning, be a custodian of data and be responsible for all central administration and commercial services.

You will be an ambitious CCAB-qualified accountant, looking for an opportunity to shape this role. As Deputy Principal you will strategically lead capable finance, data and corporate and commercial teams that provide unique and realistic business opportunities for students.  You will be a senior post-holder and a member of the Senior Management Team.

You may already be an established Finance Director or VP (Finance) looking to move to a more senior role, or an aspirational Financial Controller/Manager looking for the next step. Either way experience of working in an education environment and a wider corporate services background is desirable.

Myerscough College is a thriving, specialist land based and sports college providing further and higher education courses with significant apprenticeship, employer engagement and commercial activity.  It delivers courses from entry level to postgraduate within these specialist areas, supporting not only the local but also the regional, national and increasing international skills need. The main College campus is located near Preston in a beautiful part of rural Lancashire, with significant other land based centres in the North West and specialist cricket provision in Manchester. Candidates will not fail to be impressed by the region, which has so much to offer.

In return, the College offer a progressive market rate salary package, a supportive Principal and Board of Governors, underpinned by superb staff and students who they are justifiably proud of.


Organisation: Myerscough College

Location: Preston

Salary: £70,000-£85,000 per annum (dependent on experience and qualifications)

Posted date: 05/07/2019

Closing date: 12/08/2019

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