Vacancy Information

Reference ID 165602
Job title Finance Officer Number Required 1
Firm Search and Select Recruitment Agency Hours Full Time
Address 1 Upper Church St Duration Permanent
Contact Search and Select Recruitment Agency Salary To be advised
Tel No End Date 15 December 2021
Number Required 1
Hours Full Time
Duration Permanent
Salary To be advised
End Date 15 December 2021
Notes Our client seeks a Finance Officer to join their team. Role: The Finance Officer is a key role that involves the implementation of systems that are required to: develop, manage, & report on financial issues relating to the operations of the organisation or, where they have entered a contractual management agreement, with any third-party organisation. The post holder will be expected to have relevant qualifications or experience in the operation of financial systems & to demonstrate that ability by applying it effectively by providing smart, insightful & accurate interpretation of financial data to stakeholders as well as clear reporting to the Clerk &, through him/her to the Board. Key Responsibilities: To provide a first point of contact for customers visiting the organisation in person, by telephone, in writing or by any other means, to transact business. To deal effectively with inbound requests by either responding to them directly or, if necessary, referring them to the Clerk. Participate in staff meetings. Attend any courses relevant to the post. To provide accurate financial information to the Clerk as required, covering any financial matters for onward reporting to the Board. To appear before the Board(s) to provide expert advice relating to any financial matter. To maintain the bookkeeping systems ensuring transactions are posted accurately & kept up to date. To operate the payroll systems ensuring that wages are paid accurately & in a timely manner, including preparation & submission of year end reports. To manage all bills due by the organisation & ensure that they are presented for authorisation & payment in a timely manner. To manage all debts due by customers & make timely interventions to ensure that these always remain minimised. Provide accurate quarterly Management Accounts to the Board in a timely manner. Give a true & fair view & in accordance with proper practices as set out in the Isle of Man Statement of Recommended Practice 2007 on accounting for entities subject to the Audit Act 2006 (“The SORP”). To provide financial information to the relevant Departments & ensure that monies due are claimed in a timely manner. To ensure timely & accurate reporting of VAT, NI/Income Tax & pensions is maintained. Maintain database of commercial refuse collection for invoicing. Preparation of monthly bank reconciliations. To effectively operate & administer the collection of payments. Assist the Clerk with procurement & the tendering of contracts. Loan reconciliations & drawdowns, including interest calculation. Annual budget preparation & forecasting, assisting with the annual rate setting. Nominal code analysis to ensure financial entries are recorded accurately & appropriately. Accruals & prepayment calculations on quarterly & annual basis in preparation for audit. Superannuation reconciliation & reporting to fund managers. Assist the Clerk with insurance renewal. Weekly banking reconciliation. Deal with memberships, subscriptions, & renewals. Dealing with staff queries regarding pensions. Ensure that the organisations’ financial records are kept accurate & in compliance with the requirements of auditors at all times. The quality of audit report received will be a key performance indicator. If you have the required skills please apply online at searchandselect.com quoting reference number: 10865

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