Director of Finance and Administration


Job Description


£55,000 per annum
Closing date:
Sunday 24 April 2022

The Director of Finance and Administration will provide leadership and management of the National Theatre of Scotland finance and administration functions, supporting colleagues in the senior management team and providing strategic advice to both executive leadership and the Board.

As a member of the Senior Management Team you will work with the Executive Director and colleagues to provide consistent and clear leadership. You will contribute to the development and implementation of business planning andlead on the financial strategy supporting our strategic plan.

We’re excited by people who will bring a unique blend of skills, including technical acumen (CCAB - qualified), creativity and the ability to develop and inspire others. We want you to be excited about interrogating our systems and processes, finding ways of bringing people together to make things as efficient as possible and driving effectiveness and sustainability.

It goes without saying that having a passion for what we do would be helpful, but more important than your sector experience is your proven track record of learning quickly and delivering value-add solutions and challenging the status quo where required. If you thrive in an ambitious environment, are happy to take an active role in the organisation, and have the determination to contribute to one of Scotland’s highest profile cultural organisations, then we would love to hear from you.

To apply please send a tailored CV and covering letter to

For a confidential, informal discussion about the role, please contact LHH Recruitment Solutions on the aforementioned e-mail address.

For more information on the role please download the full job description below.

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