As a finance apprentice, you will be responsible for:
- processing, recording and controlling accounts payable financial transactions, invoices and expenses
- responding to queries from other departments, external suppliers and customers
- processing grant agreements and spend-based payment transactions and related amendments
- helping develop new reporting tasks and process improvements across all areas of work
- supporting the month-end process for financial accounting/treasury, including general ledger reconciliations and posting of accounting entries
- supporting set-up and administration for systems such as TM1, Agresso and Concur
- general office administration duties, including photocopying, post, scanning and filing as required.
During your time in this role, you will complete the Professional Accounting Apprenticeship programme.
Experience and skills
To be successful in this role, you will need to have:
- an active desire to study for an accounting qualification
- the ability to meet key deadlines
- excellent numerical skills, including a high level of accuracy and good attention to detail
- the ability to offer an excellent level of customer service
- practical problem-solving skills
- MS Outlook, MS Word and MS PowerPoint skills
- effective written and verbal communication skills for working with both internal and external stakeholders
- good interpersonal skills and the ability to deal effectively and tactfully with challenging situations
- good time-management skills.
Education and qualifications
- five GCSEs or equivalent, including both maths and English at B or above.
If you are passionate about our work and eager to gain an apprenticeship and experience in the museum sector, then we want to hear from you.
To apply, you need to email:
- your CV
- information about why you want this role
- your relevant interests, experience and skills
to James Standage, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start date: February 2018.