Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm, 52 weeks per year
King Alfred School (KAS) is a progressive independent school in idyllic grounds in North London. Our independence means that we can be take a holistic approach to education, value the progress young people make in every area and experiment with innovative ideas.
We are looking for a Senior Finance Officer to work within our Bursary. The Bursary at King Alfred School comprises a small team of staff who manage the financial and administrative activities of the school. Each member of the team has their own expertise but are all expected to support each other and where necessary, step in for each other, to enable the smooth running of the Bursary.
As part of the role, the Senior Finance Officer will liaise with the administrative and teaching staff throughout the school.
The Senior Finance Officer will be assisted in maintaining the purchase ledger and accounting records by the Finance Officer.
It is essential that applicants:
- Are part-qualified, or qualified by experience, to take on the role.
- Have experience in the production of management accounts.
- Have excellent IT skills, especially in Excel.
- Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Are knowledgeable regarding accounting and administration systems.
We encourage people from all sections of the community to apply and particularly welcome applicants from groups which are currently under-represented in our workforce.
Closing date for applications: Midnight, Sunday 17 July 2022.
To apply for this role please visit our website and apply via our online Application Form.
We reserve the right to close the deadline early if we have sufficient applications.
All members of the King Alfred School community are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
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