Manchester, Greater Manchester
£22,000 - £25,000 per year (pro-rata)
Permanent, Part-time
Job description

An opportunity has arisen to join an expanding and dynamic team at The Tutor Trust. Last year we supported over two thousand dissadvantaged children across three cities. We have ambitious plans to increase this number significantly in the coming years.   

Your role will be to support the Director of Finance in the preparation of all charity finance and accounting functions, and other general office administration. 

 Main Functions:


  • Updating SAGELINE50 software, to include sales, purchase ledgers, aged-debt and journals
  • Controlling credit and chasing debt
  • Assisting in the preparation of statutory accounts
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Managing petty cash transactions
  • Inputting all transactions and produce reports as required into SAGE 50
  • Previous experience in a finance/account’s role is essential, as is experience with SAGE 50 or similar software package. You must be flexible and able to take on a range of tasks

Secretarial and Admin

  • You may be asked to assist in general office duties as necessary
  • Administration support   – ensuring tutors and suppliers are paid in a timely manner and updating school contacts information for invoicing and related administration support
  • Admin for recruitment – contacting candidates, requesting references and processing DBS applications

Additional Responsibilities may include:

  • Providing administrative support to the Tutor Trust organisation and staff, including: -
    • Looking after visitors
    • Using a variety of software packages to produce correspondence and documents, and maintain presentations, spreadsheets and databases
    • Arranging meetings, taking minutes and keeping notes;
    • Invoicing and maintaining budgetary and financial information
    • Filing and storing paperwork, documents and computer-based information


  • Providing support in organising tutor and staff development and training
  • To be an active member of the team and actively contribute to the Tutor Trust’s overall strategic plan
  • To take a creative and enthusiastic approach to contributing to making the Tutor Trust successful


  • This is a permanent role of 32 hours per week over 4 days with a salary of £22,000 - £25,000 (pro-rata) per annum dependent on experience
  • 33 days holiday entitlement (pro-rata)
  • Contributory Pension (after a successful qualifying period)
  • The job will be based in our offices in the Northern Quarter, Manchester
  • There may be occasions when we will request unsocial hours for training/ recruitment events
  • In accordance with our Child Protection and Safeguarding procedures, employment is subject to an enhanced DBS check, satisfactory references and the completion of relevant Safeguarding training
Posted on: 16 August 2019
Closed date: 02 September 2019
Job ref: FA1
Tags: Admin, Finance