Finance & Fundraising Coordinator – JLGB

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Finance & Fundraising Coordinator – JLGB

Contract Type

Permanent

Hours

Full or part time

Location

South Woodford, London (E18)

Sector

Accounting & Finance

Salary

£22,000 - £27,000 depending on experience and qualifications

Closing date

26th July 2024

JLGB are recruiting a Finance & Fundraising Coordinator who will play a vital role in helping the charity achieve its financial, fundraising and organisational objectives. Supporting the Director of Operations & Finance, the role is essential for the smooth running of the charity’s finances, collaborating with teams across JLGB, as well as volunteers and external suppliers.

With some support from JLGB’s administration team, you will be undertaking all financial transactions including payment runs, bank and income reconciliations. Managing our donor database, ensuring that Gift Aid is collected regularly. The position will be suitable for someone who has experience in these areas and is flexible, reliable, highly numerate and interested in working to support young people to reach their potential.

Responsibilities will include:

· Processing and reconciling various financial administrative tasks, including petty cash and incoming card payments (via stripe and other card processors)

· Providing effective financial administrative support to all JLGB programmes and functions

· Providing support to the Finance Director and assisting with management accounts

· Preparing expenditure reports for the senior leadership team, finance sub-committee, Trustee Board, funders and stakeholders

· Validating and processing weekly expenses

· Ensuring that Gift Aid is collected on a regular basis

· Managing our Donor Database

· Supporting with Income generation and fundraising events.

· Supporting the delivery of the year-end financial reporting

· Ensuring that financial documents are filed

· Supporting audit processes to demonstrate compliance

· Maintaining accounts and generating invoices on QuickBooks computer software

· Overseeing debtor analysis and recovery

· Contributing to the development and maintenance of financial systems and processes

· Managing external suppliers, supplier accounts and purchases

· Supporting other members of the administration team whenever necessary

The above is not an exhaustive list of duties. You will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your

changing role within the organisation and the overall business objectives of the organisation.

Person specification:

We are looking for some of the following attributes in the successful applicant, you may be more experienced in some areas than others. We are interested in experience that’s both job-related or gained through other areas of your life. Training and support will be given in any areas required.

· A relevant finance qualification eg AAT, ACCA, CIMA or currently working towards one

· Experience using QuickBooks or similar accounting and reporting systems and advanced excel.

· Substantial experience of bookkeeping and processing payments

· Understanding of Accounting Principles

· The ability to initiate and maintain systems

· Confident and polite telephone manner for debt recovery and supplier procurement

· Ability to pro-actively engage with internal and external stakeholders up to Senior Management level

· Ability to present financial information and make it understandable to non-finance stakeholders

· Excellent organisation skills and attention to detail

· Work well autonomously and as part of a wider team

· Excellent proficiency/advanced Excel

· Good communication skills

· Commitment to providing services and programmes for young Jewish people



For more information and to be personally recommended for the role, please contact melissa@theworkavenue.org.uk

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