SW1W, London
£27,032 per year
Contract, Part-time
Job description

Do you want to join a small team commited to inspiring children to read and improving their life chances? We are looking for an experienced finance officer to be responsible for managing all aspects of our charity finances. This role has an operational and a strategic aspect – you will be responsible for managing the day to day finances of the organisation, as well as assisting the SMT with setting budgets and long term planning, and supporting the fundraising team with income generation. 

Doorstep Library was established in 2010, with the aim of instilling a love of reading for pleasure among disadvantaged children.  Our projects are different to other literacy programs because we are home-based, meaning we are able to establish relationships with those families who may face barriers to reading with their children or taking them outside of the home to access services. These are often families that are most in need or socially isolated. With our long-term support not only do we spark the joy of reading for both children and their parents, but families are able to build up their self-confidence and trust in others in the community, towards professionals and the world of education.

Please download the Job Description for much more information on what we do, your role, and the person specification. 

Hours – 14 per week.

Contract – 12 months initially with potential to extend.

Salary - £27,032 per annum pro rata, plus 25 days holiday pro rata and 6% pension contribution.

We will be interviewing as applications are received and may close the advert early, so please apply immediately to avoid disappointment. Please apply with a CV and cover letter. 

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Doorstep Library Network

Doorstep Library Network (DLN) develops and runs home reading Doorstep Library (DL) projects on disadvantaged housing estates in London; founde... Read more

Posted on: 30 August 2019
Closed date: 25 September 2019
Job ref: Finance Officer
Tags: Finance

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