Senior Finance Officer at Knowle West Media Centre
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Deadline Wednesday 01 November 2017
Salary £18,700 to £22,321 depending on experience
Hours 30 hours per week
Interview Date 3 November
Bristol-based arts charity Knowle West Media Centre is looking to recruit a Senior Finance Officer.
The role would be ideal for someone with at least two years’ experience of finance work who would like to use their skills in a creative community setting.
The ideal candidate will be a highly professional and proactive administrator with excellent time management and attention to accuracy and detail. You’ll have proficient IT skills (preferably Quickbooks Online) and written English. You’ll be a great communicator, committed to a career in finance, with a flexible and calm attitude and a sense of humour.
The KWMC finance department is a fast paced, busy environment and the work of the finance team is vital to the success of the organisation.
This new role will assist the Finance Manager in respect of all financial and administrative processes and the work will include sales ledger, grant funding claims, payroll, VAT and statutory returns.
For further information and how to apply visit www.kwmc.org.uk/jobs
Deadline for applications: 9am, Wednesday 1st November 2017
Interviews to be held on Friday 3rd November 2017 or the following week
Knowle West Media Centre is supported by Bristol City Council and supported using public funding by Arts Council England. For more details call 0117 903 0444 or visit www.kwmc.org.uk/jobs
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