Sixth Form Centre
Sixth Form Centre
Accounts Apprentice (PH05)
To provide support in all aspects of finance, accounting, reception, human resources and administrative processes.
To learn the principals of transactional processes and support provided to internal and external customers.
Understand the basic elements of double entry book keeping and accounting standards required to process financial documents and report financial information to users of accounts.
Assisting in the day to day financial activities such as data entry to month end management accounts.
Understand how to enter accounting transactions, perform reconciliations, correct errors and produce reports using computerised accounting and donor database systems.
Assist in regulatory financial requirements such as the completion of VAT returns.
To develop effective communication skills, working both independently and as part of a team, and demonstrating strong interpersonal skills when dealing with internal and external customers
To understand the charity sector specific requirements, process all types of donations and sponsorship monies and securely handle large amounts of cash and cheques.
Processing all types of donations and sponsorship monies from events to the Hospice.
The secure handling of large amounts of cash/cheques including the routine collection of these by third party contractors.
Processing supplier invoices including checking, matching against purchase orders and inputting onto accounting system.
Inputting daily cash and bank transactions and preparing the bank reconciliation
Preparation, sending and ensuring payment of invoices for goods and services provided by the Hospice
Collating and entering of financial information from Hospice shops
Administration of the gift aid declaration forms by inputting data, validating data, scanning and uploading forms
Provide assistance with month end management accounts and year end duties.
Supporting the smooth running of the Hospice Reception including greeting visitors, answering telephone enquiries, taking cash donations and monies from sale goods in the reception foyer and franking out-going post.
Providing administration support to the Payroll/HR team including volunteer coordination, recruitment packs and updating training records for staff and volunteers
Attend all other relevant meetings and participate in the development of Hospice policies, procedures and standards relating to the finance/reception/administration function.
Various other office and general duties as required including administrative support to other areas of the hospice where capacity allows.
Ensure that Hospice policies, procedures and standards are adhered to at all times; with particular regard to those concerning confidentiality, information governance, and health and safety.
Work effectively with other members of the finance, reception and administration team, ensuring operational priorities and deadlines are met
Work with management, trustees and other Hospice colleagues to ensure the professional and efficient operation of the Hospice
Attend college weekly and complete Level 2 and 3 Diploma in Accounting
Complete mandatory training according to the Hospice training schedule
The hours of work will be Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.30pm
Total hours per week: 36.50
Annual wage - £9,125.00
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36.5 hours per week
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