Hours: Part-time, 25-28 hours per week
Contract type: Permanent
Salary: £27,000 – 30,000, pro rata
Closing date: 28 June
LINK are looking to appoint on a Part– time, permanent basis a Finance and Operations Manager based at their head-office in Perth (although flexible remote working will also play a big part of the role). This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking for a challenging role that offers a healthy work life balance.
The Finance and Operations Manager will effectively support the organisation on all aspects of finance ensuring that the function always runs smoothly. The successful candidate will have ultimate responsibility for the integrity of all financial records and accounting to include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, expenses, cash, bank, journals, accruals/prepayments leading to financial reports.
The ideal candidate will also have excellent communication, organisational and IT skills and be able to demonstrate initiative and a can-do approach to all aspects of the role. To be successful in this position, you must thrive on challenges and enjoy working in a busy, dynamic environment. The successful candidate should be willing to carry out daily processing with a problem-solving mindset. They will be someone who can develop solutions and look to improve systems and processes whilst developing the accounting procedures for the organisation.
To be considered for this opportunity you must have the following experience:
Applications are invited by our recruitment partner, iMultiply, with full details of the role available on their website Finance and Operations Manager (Part Time), Jobs, 3453 (imultiplyresourcing.com).
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