Working closely with the Development Trust Board and Development Officer, you will be responsible for providing financial support for several projects. You will also take the lead role in managing and co-ordinating the Trust's finances, keeping financial records and providing timely financial reports.
Working hours are 14 per week on a fixed term basis to the 31st March 2022. The Trust is actively seeking funding to extend the term of this contract. Additional hours may be required on occasion, so a degree of flexibility is preferred.
We are flexible regarding the terms of employment and will readily accept applications from those who are self-employed or who wish to be employed by the Trust.
The main duties of the role will include: -
1. Bookkeeping - recording of all financial transactions on Sage, processing payments and raising invoices where required.
2. Payroll - maintaining the payroll function of the Trust and payment of its employees.
3. Financial reporting – preparation of monthly board reports, forecasts, and annual budget preparation.
4. Supporting regulatory and funding expectations - supporting compliance with all Companies House, OSCR and HMRC requirements and organising the arrangements for the annual audit.
Ideally, we are looking for a qualified accountant with experience of the third sector and a good working knowledge of charity accounting and governance. Experience in grant applications is desirable.
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.