Do you have good accounting skills with an understanding of double entry book keeping, reconciliations and VAT? If so, we would like to hear from you.
The Finance Department is responsible for the National Theatres accounting, finance and budgeting requirements, including the recording and monitoring of income and expenditure, maintenance of adequate financial controls, preparation of budgets, internal and external financial reporting and compliance with tax and other regulations. The work of the department is varied and includes giving professional financial guidance to other departments; processing payments for set and costumes; ensuring actors and management staff are paid; processing takings from the trading outlets; and producing statutory accounts to be filed with Companies House.
We are currently looking for someone to assist the Cash Officer Manager and Cash Office Supervisor in the proper control of all cash transactions, to assist the Sales Ledger Supervisor in the day to day running of the Accounts Receivable function to ensure accurate and timely invoicing and effective debt management and to be responsible for processing petty cash, expenses, and Barclay credit card claims, and to be the go to person for any related queries.
You will have excellent numeracy and Microsoft Excel skills, strong IT skills, including experience with an accounting package and the ability to work without supervision, with a methodical and patient approach.
Please note that applications can only be considered if they are submitted through the National’s Online Recruitment System, and returned by the closing date.
To apply for this vacancy please follow the link: https://candidate.nationaltheatre.org.uk/66216CFG
The closing date for the receipt of completed application forms is: 9am, Monday 18th December 2017
For any queries, please contact the HR Department by emailing: email@example.com
The National Theatre is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We encourage applications from all sections of the community and in particular those which are currently under-represented at the NT including BAME & disabled candidates.