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Assistant Finance Manager

Employer
Marine Conservation Society
Location
Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Salary
Up to £31,000 pro rata
Closing date
29 May 2022

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Function
Finance & Legal
Sector
Environment / Conservation
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
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We work to protect our ocean, and all that depend on it, the wildlife, the people, and now, our planet.  

For our organisation to be effective and meet our ambitions to make healthy seas that everyone can enjoy, we need to have strong financial accountability, and robust processes that work. Our Finance Team is part of the foundations of our organisation and has a vital purpose that touches every part of our work. 

The Assistant Finance Manager will work as part of a team, responsible for month-end journals, bank reconciliations and assisting with cash forecasting. With an eye for detail, you’ll develop our processes and procedures that are clear and easy for the organisation to use, and give our new colleagues the know-how for them to make responsible decisions for our finances in all that they do. 

Our work is varied and interesting and our team is determined to create change for the future of our oceans. You’ll support our applications for funding, providing information for grant claims and project delivery milestones. 

Technical Knowledge: Working towards Qualified accountant or have an Accounting Technician qualification or equivalent practical experience. Confident and with expertise with accounting software packages, and using MS Teams, Office (excelling at Excel, as you might imagine!) and purchase order systems. Knowledge of accounting for VAT (and understanding how that has an impact in a charity would be an advantage).  

Best practice: Able to work through problems, and sticking-points, and can analyse data so it can be explained well to non-financial colleagues. Looks to develop our processes for excellent financial robustness, as well as efficiency and ease of access by our team.  

Working with us: Takes a people-centric approach, is a problem-solver who supports others, and will enjoy working with a team who are passionate advocates for our ocean and environment. We are looking for people who demonstrate our values, but who also contribute their own perspectives and experiences to add to our knowledge and our culture.   

How to apply 

If you would like to contact us to request an adjustment that would support you fully taking part in a recruitment process please contact us.

What we need to see 

Your CV –We would prefer that you removed your personal information like photographs, contact information, name and age from your CV.

A motivation statement - tell us how your experience meets the role requirements by referring closely to both the job description and the person specification. Include examples of your work or experiences which show how you will meet the job criteria and person specification and what skills you bring which would make you successful in the role. 

Your motivation statement should also let us know what inspired you to apply for this role with us – tell us what it is about our work that attracted you to the organisation and the position.

We find that stronger applications have this statement – to give yourself the best opportunity for this role, please ensure you include it.  No need to write pages, one side of A4 would be perfect, two would be more than enough so try to limit yourself.

We understand that the application process can be difficult if you have a condition or disability that you live with. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to shine during your application process, so please let us know what we can do to accommodate you.  

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