|Job Title||Senior Finance Officer - 4 days per week - £30k pro-rata - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£28k - 30k per year|
|Job Published||18 Aug 2016|
|Contact Name||Finance Team|
A London based health charity is seeking a talented Senior Finance Officer for a part-time role. The role will involve a significant amount of customer service, so applicants with outstanding communication skills are required.
The charity is based in 2 locations (Denmark Hill, central London) and Bromley (South-East London) and the role is for 4 days per week. The role will be split over the 2 locations, with Mondays being based in Bromley and Tuesdays-Thursdays being based in Denmark Hill.
The role will involve:
-Act as the first point of contact for fund holders, answering telephone/email fund queries promptly and accurately (e.g. confirmation of the balance on a Designated Fund, details regarding particular transactions against a fund, etc).
-Issue monthly statements to fund holders on the financial status of their funds
-Ensure all donations are allocated to the correct designated fund, liaising with the Fundraising team with any queries
-Ensure that all transactions on the Charity’s bank statements are correctly accounted for in the accounting software;
-Upload monthly donation file received from the fundraising database to the accounting software and liaise with the Fundraising Resource Team with any queries.
-Prepare monthly bank reconciliations, identifying and clearing all differences, for approval by the Accountant
-Prepare all other monthly balance sheet reconciliations for approval by the Accountant
-AAT or similar qualification preferred, but not essential
-Highly professional and confident telephone manner
-Outstanding customer service skills – capable of interacting with people from a variety of backgrounds
-Experience with high volume, complex reconciliations
-Varied bookkeeping experience, ideally in a small accounts team
-Strong Excel skills and the ability to work with different accounting systems
Please send your CV for further consideration.