Finance Assistant (AO)Vacancy posted: Monday, 6 February 2017
Salary: £17,684 per annum
Closing date: 22 February 2017
Location: Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service, Saughton House, Edinburgh
Contract type & number of Hours: Permanent,
Hours of Work: Full-time. Part-time/Jobsharers will also be considered, please indicate this in your application.
Number of Posts: 1 (plus reserves)
Starting salary from: £17,684 per annum (and ‘pro rata’ for part-time)
You will work with other members of the Finance team as well as courts & tribunals staff to deliver efficient and effective transaction services to the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service and its users. You will be responsible for the processing of the main financial transactions, ensuring that targets and deadlines are met.
The Finance Assistant post is a varied role and you will report directly to the Finance Officer.
You will be responsible for the processing of the main financial transactions including accounts payable, accounts receivable, journal entry and bank reconciliations.
You will be a good communicator with the ability to explain complex matters effectively at various levels. You will have strong IT skills, particularly Excel, and be willing to work as part of a team. You will be well organised and have a proactive and flexible approach to work.
Full details of the post requirements are available in the Person Specification and Job Description.
We offer an interesting work environment, flexible working arrangements; various policies aimed at helping you balance the needs of your work and home life, exclusive offers and discounts, 25 days holiday entitlement, 11.5 days Public and Privilege holidays and a civil service pension. Training is provided and opportunities for career progression are excellent.
If you are interested in this challenging and rewarding opportunity, click Apply Now.
The closing date for the post is 22nd February 2017.
Interviews will held week commencing 06 March 2017.
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service is exempt from the protections of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974). This permits us to ask applicants details of both spent and unspent convictions, along with details of any formal cautions that you may have. Individuals without existing security clearance will always be considered as all successful applicants will require a standard level Disclosure check completed before employment can commence.
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