Chris looks after financial management of the UKRI GCRF Development Corridors Partnership. He provides financial support, managing budgets, financial reporting and invoicing. Chris previously worked as an Archaeologist, working on archaeological projects internationally in the UK, Denmark, Italy, Spain and Qatar. Ranging from Prehistory, Medieval, Roman to the modern period. His career progressed to take on more financial responsibility with the University of Copenhagen, working on a UNESCO world heritage site. Chris is currently studying ACCA to become a fully qualified accountant, and has been working for the past four years with the Museum of London Archaeology Finance Team. Mainly concerned with project accounting and work in progress meetings across the organisation, ranging from multi-million pound commercial projects to community, charitable and grant funded projects. Involved in project administration, project accounting, management accounting and Financial reporting. Chris has also volunteered at various charitable organisations, involved in project organisation. Including Amnesty International and Self help Africa.
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