Finance Coordinator - Part Time (30 hours/week)

Gloucestershire, Cheltenham
£23000 - £26000 per annum + pro rata
19 Mar 2019
19 Apr 2019
Jack Watters
Contract type
Part time

You will support the Finance Director in the efficient day to day processing of financial information, ably supported by a close-knit team of 3 Finance Administrators.

Client Details

My client are an expanding charity based in Gloucestershire, with a growing presence within the county as well as Wiltshire, Somerset and Dorset. They are headquartered in pleasant, well-located offices in Central Cheltenham and have a lovely, inclusive working culture


  • Coordinate the finance processes for the purchase, set up and on-going management of new Care & Support properties.
  • Manage all aspects of the monthly payroll - including processing new employees, leavers, salary changes, pension auto-enrolment, Inland Revenue returns.
  • Assist with the preparation of schedules and reconciliations for the management and year end accounts.
  • Provide analyses, reconciliations and reports for external funders and senior management from the accounting system.
  • Raise sales invoices on the Sage accounting system
  • Collect in outstanding monies from customers promptly
  • Process purchase orders, utility bills, invoices, expense claims and prepare BACs payment runs
  • Petty cash administration
  • Deal with ad- hoc administration tasks as required
  • Engage with and support CCP events and initiatives as required by the charity.
  • Present a positive and professional image of CCP at all times.
  • To abide by all CCP policies and procedures and legislation governing the work of the charity.
  • Profile

    • Previous experience in a similar finance role
    • Experience with reconciliations and analysis work
    • Experience in processing payroll with Sage payroll or similar package
    • Knowledge and experience of Sage accounts or similar accounting package
    • Intermediate Excel skills
    • Excellent attention to detail and analytical skills.
    • The ability to create and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people, both internal
    • and external
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Exceptional organisational and time management skills to allow for effective prioritisation of needs and tasks
    • Ability to work under pressure and to tight reporting deadlines
    • Honesty and integrity
    • Able to work on own initiative
    • Approachable, supportive team player
    • Hard working and punctual
    • Flexibility to meet the needs of the charity and all that it serves
    • Commitment to ongoing professional development, both formal and informal

    Job Offer

    This part-time role will pay a competitive salary of £26k, pro-rata for 30hrs/wk.

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