A new opportunity has arisen to appoint a part-time Finance Administrator in the Finance Department and we are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, forward thinking and adaptable individual to take a key part in providing effective and efficient management and coordination of the day-to-day financial operations, accounting services and systems for the Department of Politics.
You will have experience of working in a busy administrative role within a large complex organisation. Liaising with colleagues across the department and central University services, you will be highly organised, possess excellent IT and communication skills. With the ability to work to tight deadlines, whilst maintaining accuracy and flexibility, you will require high levels of concentration and attention to details, with a commitment to providing a high level of customer service at all times.
The role will appeal to someone who enjoys a variety of tasks, is proactive, can work to a very high degree of accuracy and manage their own priorities.
The post holder will work within the Social Sciences Faculty Finance Team, working closely with a lead Management Accountant and based in a departmental setting. The role will benefit from interaction with the wider finance department (payments, payroll, fees office etc) but will also work collaboratively with academic staff and other support colleagues within the department.
The Faculty of Social Sciences comprises 9 departments, with turnover in excess of £84m (including £18m research income), has approximately 500 members of staff, and a population of 5,000 students.
This post is part-time on an open contract and the starting salary will be in the range £20,989 - £24,285 a year, reduced pro-rata for part-time hours.
For informal enquiries about the role please contact either Helen Whalley, Accountant: email@example.com Tel: 01904 323386 or Bob Brown, Research Facilitator: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01904 322694
This post is available as 0.6 FTE minimum up to 0.8 FTE maximum.
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