Finance Manager Role

NYnet is recruiting for a new role of Finance Manager to help resource NYnet and the Superfast North Yorkshire and North Yorkshire Fibre Projects.

Key Responsibilities:

The candidate will be working in a small finance team, supporting the Group Financial Controller with day to day finance activities and providing financial support to a number of projects. There will be an approximate 50/50 split between finance and project work.

The day to day finance activities will include:

  • The input of purchase invoices and expenses onto Sage;
  • Generating purchase orders;
  • Preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual sales invoices from the Company’s database and uploading into Sage;
  • Complex sales reconciliation;
  • Liaison with the external audit teams;
  • Dealing with Payroll;
  • Credit control function; and
  • Bank reconciliations.

The project activities will include:

  • Working as part of the project team;
  • Prepare reports as and when required;
  • Invoice verification for submitted grant claims;
  • Grant funding claims preparation;
  • Supporting the Group FC with data analysis;
  • Working with external suppliers;
  • Attending offsite meetings;
  • Supporting the Group FC with a review of project finance models submitted by suppliers; and
  • Supporting the Group FC in preparation of project finance models to submit to grant funders.


Based at NYnet Offices, 80 High Street, Starbeck, Harrogate HG2 7LW. There may be a requirement to attend offsite meetings and for an occasional overnight stay.


9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, 37.5 hours per week.


£27,500 to £35,000 per annum.


The following benefits are available to employees:

  • Life Assurance;
  • Flexible Holidays;
  • Pension Scheme.

Job Requirements


  • Sage 50 Accounts experience;
  • AAT Level 4 or above;
  • Proficient in MS Word, PowerPoint and Outlook;
  • Intermediate Excel including, formulas, pivot tables, charts and graphs;
  • Efficient time management skills, ability to handle multiple tasks under time pressure;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • Worked in a Project environment; and
  • Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills.


  • Experience of working with the public sector and experience of dealing with grant awarding bodies;
  • Experience of payroll;
  • Experience of working with external auditors;
  • Experience using MS Access;
  • Experience using Macros in Excel; and
  • Experience in the telecommunications

To apply for the role please email your cv and covering letter fao Mark Burton to