Income/Credit Control & Administration Officer (MFB 2024 )
£24,000 - £28,000/annum + + Benefits
- United Kingdom -- England -- Greater London -- Notting Hill
Monday, October 11, 2021
My client, a well-known charity who provides a range of services for children and families are looking for a Pro active Credit Controller & Administration Officer to join their offices in the beautiful scenic area of Ladbrook Grove.
This exciting and rare opportunity to join a dynamic and growing organisation is full time, 35 hrs a week. it’s a varied and hands on role enjoying a range of responsibilities from supporting the finance team to being the main point of contact for visitors and telephone enquiries.
Main duties include:
- Be the main point of contact at Reception, welcoming visitors and answering phone calls, passing on enquiries to the relevant staff.
- Maintain the office filing system and ensure all filing is kept up to date and in good order.
- Support with arrangements for the Finance Committee, including recording and circulating minutes
- Work closely with the School Counselling Team to provide administrative support
- Record all income via bank statements, post, telephone and credit cards.
- Prepare bank deposits and ensure income is balanced prior to banking. Going to the bank to the bank as required to place deposits.
- Reconcile credit card receipts to the relevant income streams,
- Set up standing order mandates on the bank account.
- Raise sales invoices as necessary.
- Keep registers up to date (e.g. RIP list, Post Adoption donations/fees, Standing Order schedules).
- Credit control –chase payments as and when required
- Provide cover for the Finance Assistant as necessary.
- Replenish the stationary supply as and when its running low
- Manage and oversea correspondence relating to Gift Aid, bank standing orders and donations
- Support with the logging of any IT/telephony issues experienced by staff
- Help set up new users' equipment, accounts and profiles
- Such other duties within the competence of the post holder, which may be reasonably required from time to time.
To be considered for this post and a possible interview, you need to demonstrate these skills:
- Strong IT skills, including Excel, Outlook and Word and Experience of using databases.
- Initiative, creativity and a proactive approach.
- An aptitude for understanding digital systems and problem solving.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- The ability to work in a highly organised, efficient and systematic manner, paying close attention to detail.
- Excellent ability to prioritise tasks and work under pressure to deadlines.
- Strong communication and numeracy skills.
- Willingness to undertake training to develop new skills, grow in this role and take on additional responsibilities as required.
- Keep on developing and learning new skills (eager to grow within a role)
Desirable but not essential:
- Experience of using Salesforce for recording fundraising income.
- Experience of working within a finance team, whether within a charity or corporate setting.
- licence and access to a car (for depositing funds at the bank).
If this role interests you and you are keen to find out more, please send your CV today!