Finance Administrator

Page Personnel Finance
£18,000 per annum
31 Jul 2017
31 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

A well-established charity based near central Birmingham are seeking a Finance Assistant, initially on a fixed-term basis, to support the wider finance team. This is an excellent training opportunity for someone beginning their career in finance.

Client Details

My client is a charity that works within education. They are currently seeking a Finance Assistant on a 12 month fixed term contract to support the finance team with bank reconciliations, sales ledger duties, credit control duties and payroll duties. The organisation prides itself on their reputation for exemplary training and is eager to develop and train the successful candidate in post.


The successful Finance Assistant will be responsible for a large amount of the transactional processes of the finance team. This will include the bank reconciliations for the organisations accounts, raising sales invoices, reviewing aged debt and producing journals. Additionally, the role will involve supporting the finance team such as the payroll administrator, cashier and purchase ledger. Finally, the candidate will be responsible for educating and reporting to various budget holders with regards to the finances of the organisation.


The successful candidate will:

  • Be well educated to A-Level or degree standard (or equivalent)
  • Have at least one years worth of work within a finance team, and be able to understand basic accounting principles
  • Have previously worked to deliver customer care
  • Have previously worked to manage and build customer relationships, as well as relationships within the business

Job Offer

The successful candidate will receive a salary of £19, 000 per year, along with the opportunity to train and develop in a well-established finance team. Additionally, the role offers 25 days of annual leave and additional time at Easter, Summer and Christmas. Finally, the role is easily accessible by Public Transport and based close to central Birmingham.