Wheatsheaf Trust – Finance and Administration Officer
Want to help people to change their lives?
Wheatsheaf Trust, working in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, is a registered charity supporting disengaged young people and disadvantaged unemployed adults to find and sustain a job. We offer practical support directly to those who need it and work to help people expand their horizons and unlock their future.
During an exciting period of growth and new business we are interested to hear from anyone within our industry or those with the right skills and attitude to join our experienced team delivering a range of projects including the Bridge2Work* Programme transforming the lives of people in our region.
Finance and Administration Officer
An accomplished administrator with a keen eye for detail, you will provide administrative support to managers and help to ensure the efficient day to day running of finance processes.
You will have:
- Experience and understanding of office administration processes and systems
- A meticulous approach to checking details and noting inaccuracies on a large scale
- The ability to take the initiative where appropriate and seek to solve issues quickly
Salary: £18,000 – £25,000 (subject to skills and experience) Interview Date: 25th July 2018
Job Descriptions and Person Specifications can be found attached.
Please apply by completing the application form (attached) or by sending your CV and covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to the email address below.
Closing date for both roles: 20th July 2018
Completed applications to be returned to: email@example.com
As a Disability Confident Employer we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the roles. We will make reasonable adjustments during the recruitment and interview process as required, if you need any adjustments to be made then please contact us.
These are full time posts but applications from individuals seeking part time or flexible working arrangements are welcome.
*The Bridge2Work Programme is jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund.