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Finance Administrator

Finance Administrator – School Resource Management Adviser (SRMA) Contracts

School Website: http://https://isbl.org.uk/

Salary: £7,680.00 - £7,680.00

Hours: Part-time (15 hours max per week – set working days Monday and Tuesday)

Start Date: 23/09/2019

Interviews: 06/09/2019

Closing date: 27/08/2019

Job title: Finance Administrator – School Resource Management Adviser (SRMA) Contracts
Contract status: 12-month fixed-term contract (September 2019–August 2020)
Hours of work: Part-time (15 hours max per week – set working days Monday and Tuesday)
Salary: £18,945 per annum pro rata (actual salary £7,680.81)
Location: Coventry
Responsible to: Finance and Business Support Manager
Job outline:
To support the financial and accounting systems of the association. To support the delivery of financial advice and guidance and to ensure all financial tasks are completed in accordance with regulatory framework and agreed procedures. To be responsible for all financial processing related to the School Resource Management Adviser (SRMA) contracts to ensure the correct recovery of all costs and expenses in a timely manner.

 


Role-specific duties & responsibilities:
• Support the Finance and Business Support Manager in providing a high-quality financial management service with a focus on identifying risks and opportunities, informing the management decision process
• Support the SRMA Contract Support Officer on the administration of paperwork, ensuring correct information is corresponded to the contractor
• Act as initial point of contact to receive and deal with financial queries and enquiries relating to all SRMA billing
• Process all financial information, including making payments to suppliers, raising invoices and purchase orders, ensuring accuracy and data integrity
• Provide guidance and support to the team on the day-to-day operation of all SRMA financial information systems, processes and procedures as appropriate
• Contribute to the analysis of financial information in liaison with budget holders
• Support the Finance and Business Support Manager with development and monitoring of financial management information systems, where appropriate
• Monitor procedures in respect of checking and authorising accounts for payment, as part of the finance team
• Input and retrieve information and maintain accurate records
• Ensure all data entry, data management and reporting are delivered within agreed timescales
• Reconcile statements and accounts
• Liaise from time to time with the contracting organisation for the SRMA contracts

 

Organisational responsibilities
Achieving ISBL’s vision to develop school business leadership professionals can’t be achieved without us all pulling together and working as one team. You may therefore be asked at times to carry out other reasonable duties and attend meetings and training courses as needed. You will be expected to work collaboratively with all other team members to drive forward growth in membership.

 

 

Key Competencies Essential Desirable
Qualifications and CPD
  • 5 GCSEs at grade A–C, including a minimum of grade C in maths
  • BTEC in finance or equivalent
  • AAT qualification or equivalent
Knowledge and experience
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a financial role
  • Knowledge and experience of operating financial and accounting systems and software
  • Experience of assisting in the management of purchase ledger and sales ledger
  • Experience in managing debtors, including chasing outstanding debts
  • Experience of working in a time-pressured environment with strict deadlines
  • Knowledge and experience of Sage System 200

Abilities and skills
 

 

  • Strong numerical and literacy skills
  • Ability to accurately manage processes for credit control, cashbook entries, invoices and purchase orders
  • Professional communication skills with the ability to communicate confidently with colleagues, members and external organisations
  • Ability to make decisions within defined procedures/legislation
  • Ability to use initiative, work independently and prioritise own workload
  • Ability to support the development of business plans and budgets, supporting the team as required

Other
  • Prepared to learn new skills
  • A flexible and committed team member
  • Enthusiastic, flexible and self-motivated
  • Willingness to demonstrate support to the purpose, vision and values of ISBL