Domestic abuse has blighted women’s lives throughout history. We’ve been helping women in London recover from its effects since 1996. Our specialist counselling transforms the mental health and wellbeing of women who have suffered physical, emotional or sexual abuse, financial exploitation or coercive control, and we have assisted well over 15,000 people to date. Add your skills to our all-female team and you can help thousands more on the road to recovery.
In this role, you will primarily focus on bookkeeping and other general finance tasks, whilst assisting the Finance Manager. A self-starter with enthusiasm and initiative, you will be educated to degree level or studying towards an accountancy qualification.
In this role, some of your duties will include:
- Maintaining the charity’s accounting records using QuickBooks
- Ensuring that the QuickBooks accounting package is operated accurately and efficiently, and kept up-to-date
- Ensuring all payments and expenses are correctly procured, authorised, processed, and paid, including monthly salary payments, PAYE & NI and pension payments
- Acting as primary point of contact with bank, suppliers, and clients. Responsible for resolving all queries with project managers/coordinators about invoices and contacting suppliers with queries where necessary
In return, you can expect exceptional career satisfaction plus a package of benefits including:
- Flexible working
- 25 days’ holiday rising to 30 after five years (pro rata for part-time working)
- 3% pension contribution
- Comprehensive Employee Assistance Programme
- Cycle-to-work scheme
To find out more and apply with your CV, please visit our website via the apply button.
Closing date: 9am on Friday 12th November 2021
Applications will we be reviewed and interviews scheduled as they come in.
This post is open to women only. Section 7.2(E) of the Sex Discrimination Act applies.