UK Office (Victoria, London) & Home Based
We welcome applications from people from all sections of the community, irrespective of race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief. We actively encourage people with Parkinson's to apply.
About the role
Parkinson’s UK is seeking a CCAB qualified Financial Accountant.
The successful candidate will need to have substantial, and practical, experience in managing the financial accounting function within a charity whilst managing a small team.
You will have experience in dealing with large volumes of financial transactions, with particular focus on the reconciliation of High Volume/Low value Income (small donations, events income).
Your experience should demonstrate your ability in improving financial processes and driving any improvement effectively across the organisation.
What you'll do
- Manage the financial accounting team who support the transactional (AR/AP) accounting needs for the Charity
- Manage all Bank Account Transactions and Bank Reconciliations, including maintenance of Parkinson’s UK Bank and Investment mandates.
- Reconcile & review all income (Raiser’s Edge) ensuring accurate income is being recorded and reported each month.
- Oversee the recording, processing and payment of all purchase & sales Invoices, expense claims and credit card statements.
- Review the fixed asset register, including processing monthly depreciation.
What you'll bring
- You must be a CCAB qualified financial accountant.
- Possess hands-on financial accounting experience.
- Have the ability to maintain robust Balance Sheet reconciliations, including supporting schedules that will stand up to audit scrutiny.
- Bank reconciliation experience, within a high volume/low value transactional environment.
- Maintain and develop relationships with other financial partners (Worldpay, Stripe, Paypal)
To find out more about this exciting role, please download the attached job description.
This is an exciting time for Parkinson’s UK and we would love you to join us!
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we're unlikely to be fully reopening our London office during 2020 or early 2021. Therefore, the role will involve a mixture of office and home working. We will continue to review the situation inline with government guidelines.
What's it like to work for us?
We aim to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's - and you could help us achieve this.
We offer a variety of paid job roles and volunteer opportunities both at our UK office in London and across the UK.
No agencies please.