Ambitious Cornwall

We are delighted that you would like to find out more about working with Cornwall Council. We value our employees as amongst our greatest assets and we know that our future success depends largely on the talent and skills of people that work for us.

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We are the biggest employer in Cornwall. With a budget of more than £1 billion per year, we provide a wide range of services to more than half a million residents.

Cornwall is a unique and special place, and our aim as a Council is to ensure Cornwall is prosperous, resilient and resourceful; where communities are strong and where we protect the most vulnerable. 

We are already making good progress and our plan for ‘Future Cornwall’ has ambitious goals. We are creating an integrated and improved public transport system, producing more of the energy we need locally, making better use of buildings owned by the public sector and joining together our health and social care services.

We want to improve the prosperity of Cornwall, for our people and our places, and we have organised our work as an organisation around the following set of key outcomes:

  • Our People – ensuring that we protect and support our most vulnerable residents at whatever stage of their life, securing the best possible start for our children and young adults and promoting independence, inclusion and well-being of vulnerable adults.
  • Our Places – developing and maintaining our spaces and places, the neighbourhoods of Cornwall, so they are clean and sustainable, with safe, active and resilient communities.
  • Our Prosperity – maximising the potential for economic growth and development in Cornwall, including ensuring that sufficient housing, transport and infrastructure is provided across Cornwall.
  • How we do business – increasing public confidence and trust in Cornwall Council through smarter ways of working and greater levels of transparency and accountability to residents, transforming public services in Cornwall through effective performance and partnerships.

We are seeking talented, ambitious and dedicated individuals to join our senior management team, to help us achieve these outcomes, and to make sure that Cornwall Council is well placed to deliver sustainable services and face future challenges.

Could you be part of our future?

Current Opportunities

System & Control Manager (0000039F)

Permanent

37 Hours per week

£40,967 - £49,145 per year

Reporting to the Head of Exchequer and Pensions, you will provide assurance that the Council's key business and finance systems, processes and banking activities are controlled, maintained and developed to ensure that the Council has robust information to manage its day to day activities.

You will play a significant part in the development and implementation of key finance systems across the council and ensure that appropriate system controls, reconciliations, interdependencies and compliance to agreed processes are considered and documented as part of development and implementation. The role has specific responsibility for Master Data held within the finance system, as well as the Council's day to day banking activities and meeting the Council's PCI-DSS compliance requirements.

Further details, including how to apply for this position, are available from our Careers Website