Finance Officer – Hays Plc – Hartlepool

Hays Plc

Your new company
Would you like to work for a company with values to ensure everyone matters at all times and strive to putting people at the heart of everything they do.

Currently recruiting exclusively for a well established organisation that specialises in supporting the care and development of vulnerable people living in the North-East of England. The company is forward thinking, caring and dynamic and a great place to work.

Your new role
As finance officer you report into the finance manager and head of finance and be part of a strong well-established finance team.
The main duties of the role:

Maintain the financial systems and records, including clients ledger, suppliers’ ledger, bank/cash records, account reconciliations and payroll

Provide general financial and administrative services as required

Assist with the development of and implementation of improved financial and

administrative systems and procedures throughout the organisation

Work effectively and constructively as part of a small finance team to ensure the

smooth completion of all tasks

Assist in maintaining the day to day financial and accounting records of the charity

Provide financial reports as required for internal and external purposes

Provide management with financial and administrative information as necessary

Take responsibility for the posting of bank account transactions into the relevant ledgers, including receipts, cheque payments, direct debit payments etc, including the analysis and reconciliation of remittances

Administer the suppliers’ ledger and to prepare the monthly supplier payments run, including coding and posting of supplier invoices

Administer ledgers for residents and to record, monitor and control income from rental properties, care homes and other services

Assist with the preparation of monthly payroll together with associated tax and national insurance calculations and payments

Liaise with the service managers regarding financial administration in areas such as supplier purchases, payroll and client administration

Provide supporting information and reports to assist with the interpretation of management reports

Provide management with financial and administrative information as necessary.

Provide supporting information and reports to assist with the annual budget process

Undertake financial planning tasks as requested.

What you’ll need to succeed
You will have a strong background in finance and ideally be AAT Level 4 or currently studying although this is not essential. You will be forward thinking with an analytical mind as well as working knowledge of Excel.
The role requires someone who can interpret accounts and has over 2 years of reconciliation experience.

What you’ll get in return

You will have the opportunity to work for an organisation that make a difference and provides a service to the community and offers care and compassion to its staff. Holidays 6.6 weeks inclusive of bank holidays.
Hours 9-5 Monday to Friday with 1 hours lunch break. Some flexibility on hours and potential of future home working.

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