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Recruiting for a Finance Assistant

Post:                        Finance Assistant (Part-Time)
Organisation:           The Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP)
Salary:                     £21,000 -24,000 p.a. (Pro-rata 2 days (15hrs) a week = £8,400 - £9,600 pa)
Hours:                     15 hours a week with flexible days to accommodate.
Location:                  RCCP Head Office –Droitwich Medical Centre, Droitwich                                 
 
The Registration Council for Clinical Physiology (RCCP) was established in 2001 to campaign for Statutory Regulation for Clinical Physiologists and to ensure the highest levels of safety for patients of Clinical Physiologists. The RCCP holds a non-statutory Professional Standards Authority (PSA) accredited register for practitioners in six disciplines of Clinical Physiology; Audiologists (including Hearing Therapists and Educational Audiologists), Cardiac Physiologists, Gastro-Intestinal Physiologists, Neurophysiologists, Sleep Physiologists and Respiratory Physiologists. Today we have around 5500 registrants and a turnover of £300k.
 
RCCP are looking for a part-time Finance Assistant reporting to the Office Manager and working closely with the Chief Executive Officer and Treasurer. You will oversee all aspects of book-keeping and accounts preparation.

Main responsibilities will include:
  • Post income and expenses to Xero accounting system.
  • Reconcile bank accounts
  • Accounts preparation including monthly management accounts
  • Answer membership subscription queries
  • Prepare regular management reports
  • Annual budget preparation and monitoring
  • Liaison with the external auditor
  • Post payroll journals
  • Bank liaison and banking activities
 
Educated to ‘A’ level standard (or equivalent) with Math’s GCSE (or equivalent) you will have a good working knowledge of Xero account system, a good understanding of the principles of double entry bookkeeping, some experience of profit and loss, and balance sheet reporting.

Ideally you will be either AAT qualified or studying for the qualification. You will be professional with excellent IT and interpersonal skills, demonstrate a flexible approach and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
 
The salary is between £8,400 - £9,600 depending on experience and qualifications, equivalent to 2 days (15 hours) a week. Normal office hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm, however flexible working hours and days of the week will be considered.
 
If you believe you meet the requirements of the roles and would like to work with fantastic colleagues in an ambitious organisation, then we would welcome your interest and application.
 
Please click                                            here                                            to view the Candidate Briefing Pack.
 
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