Transaction Assistant

Care Inspectorate

Transaction Assistant


Care Inspectorate, Dundee

  • Full time
  • Temporary
  • Remote working

Posted 3 weeks ago, 29 Jun | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 35de06b4328e4247a98b9bc4c7500afd

Full Job Description

A temporary opportunity has arisen within the Care Inspectorate team that provides services to the Scottish Social Services Council.

As a member of the team, you will undertake a range of general administrative tasks to support the Transactions Manager. Duties will include processing invoices in the financial system, raising purchase orders, providing administrative support in collating banking, receipting income, receipting payments and services and responding to enquiries received.

Understand financial controls and financial environment
Have excellent customer service skills and telephone manner
Provide a range of administration and clerical support to a high standard including database administration
Organise, process, record and file information and correspondence both electronically and manually
Be accurate and show attention to detail
Have a thorough knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
Maintain high standards of confidentiality
Work flexibly as part of a team to support the organisation
Experience of using Oracle financial system and knowledge of debt recovery is desirable.

We are the independent scrutiny and improvement support body for social care and social work services in Scotland. We provide assurance for people who experience care services, their families, carers and the wider public, as well as supporting delivery partners to improve the quality of care for people in Scotland. Our vision is for world-class social care and social work in Scotland, where everyone in every community experience high-quality care, support and learning, tailored to their rights, needs and wishes.

We inspect individual care services, and we also work with other scrutiny bodies to inspect the social care and social work services people are experiencing in their local areas.

Our desire is to achieve an effective and balanced way of working, that enables us to meet organisational needs and achieve a work-life balance that promotes wellbeing and collaboration opportunities. We are moving towards the expectation that all staff will work collaboratively, within and across teams, in person, for approximately 40% of their working week.