People & Planet is the largest student network in Britain campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and protect the environment.
We are currently looking for a Finance Manager.
We’re looking for a Finance Manager to look after People & Planet’s finances, and ensure that the organisation’s financial risks are managed.
- Contract: Permanent position. Part time: Up to 21 hours a week. We are open to negotiation on the number of hours in this role and to adjust the responsibilities to be sensitive to other commitments that the successful candidate may have.
- Salary: £31,966 pro rata (based on a 35 hour week).
- Location: East Oxford office.
- Closing date: midnight on Monday 20 January 2020.
How To Apply
Please complete an application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight on 20 January.
Application forms will be marked on how closely they meet the person specification included with the job description (1 point for partially met a criteria, 2 points for fully met) and the highest scoring applications will be invited to interview.
People & Planet particularly encourages applications from people from ethnic minority backgrounds, trans people, queer people, people with disabilities, people with caring responsibilities, and other groups typically under-represented in the charity sector.
We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to enable any candidate to show their suitability for a role within People & Planet.
Erasmus + Internship
Over the past few years People & Planet has welcomed several interns funded by the Erasmus+ programme. Get in touch if you have secured Erasmus+ funding and would like to volunteer with our organisation.
Fabian Hague from Germany shared his experiences as an Erasmus+ intern with People & Planet
In the three and a half months at People & Planet I was involved in versatile collaborations with different campaigns and projects. I learned a lot about the ways in which they run their inspiring campaigns, which aim to end fossil fuel extraction, improve working conditions in the electronics supply chain and tackle racism in the media.
For me as an event manager, my highlight was helping with organising and attending Power Shift, People & Planet’s annual 5-day activist training. From the beginning I was integrated into a passionate team that worked collaboratively on event planning and that was open to new, creative methods. The event happened at a beautiful camping spot, had interesting workshops and we played lots of games by the campfire. I met a lot of inspiring young people from all over the UK who shared the same ideals and wanted to build a better world.
Throughout my internship, I was able to contribute my ideas and had a feeling of acceptance and respect regarding my opinions. I was always asked for feedback and felt supported when I was stuck with work or when all I needed was some advice on weekend activities. I was also invited to their annual team meeting on a farm in Wales.
The everyday life in Oxford offered a wide range of activities. I had the opportunity to discover the city by bike and make tours through Port Meadow, explore the universities and visit cafes for high tea. The bus and train connections were very good as well. London could be reached by train within an hour.
I strongly recommend an internship at People & Planet for people who are looking for a new experience, want to learn and see things from a different perspective and work in a great team. At People & Planet I was able to complete the goals I have set for myself. I improved my English and gained new skills that will help me in my future career. I had a great team, good talks and interesting tasks that I will always keep in memory.