We look after some pretty huge numbers. Nearly 6 million members. Over 780 miles of coastline. More than 250,000 hectares of land. Everything we do and everywhere we care for costs money. And every penny we spend is focused on delivering our charitable cause. Whether that’s through being a proud custodian of our built heritage, helping to address the nature crisis, or in making our places accessible and welcome to all. Here, you’ll be helping to protect and care for nature, beauty and history for generations to come.
Our work is challenging. Our decisions are influential. Our investments are important. As a charity completely independent of government, we rely on income from membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenues raised from our commercial operations. We generate millions and millions of pounds from our thriving catering and retail outlets, our holiday cottage business and our renewable energy.
And the fact that every penny of our profit goes back into our work makes having strong financial, business and regulatory expertise all the more important.
Here, you can deliver meaningful benefits in terms of value and effectiveness, as you ensure that we’re making the most of every pound we earn and spend. If you’re looking for intriguing challenges and exciting opportunities, join us.
Finance Business Partner
I really enjoy the variety of my role and the fact that you’re involved in all elements of the business. You’re a core member of the team who can really add value and have a positive influence in the properties decision making process.
Finance Analytics Manager
My work as Finance Analytics Manager involves leading a small team to process and present financial information from NT’s finance systems into its core Management Information (MI) system, which we call NT Analytics. My day-to-day work generally involves solving problems that people are having with MI or speeding up someone’s monthly process, both of which are incredibly satisfying experiences. The benefits of working for the Trust are manifold, whether it’s the warm feeling of working for a charity, the sensible approach to working hours that involves getting the job done rather than clocking on and off, the volunteering days where you can add benefit to society in other ways, or just the fantastic people that make up the organisation.