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Finance Officer

Employment Type: Permanent

Hours: 24.5 hours p/w

Location: Hybrid between home and London office 

Salary: circa £30,500 FTE (depending on experience)

Closing Date: Tuesday 16th September 2022 – 5PM GMT

Interview: Monday 19th September 2022

An exciting opportunity has arisen at World Child Cancer, a charity working to diagnose and treat around 9,000 children with cancer across the globe annually. 

This is a crucial role within the small 3-person finance team and the successful applicant will play a vital role in ensuring the smooth financial running of the charity. Working closely with the Director of Finance, the post holder will manage the day-to-day accounting of the charity. 

The post holder will be a confident and experienced user of Sage accounting software with advanced Excel knowledge and will ideally have experience of working in the charitable sector with knowledge of fund accounting. They will be a qualified accountant (or qualified by experience) who thrives on taking responsibility and who is organised, thorough and confident in working within a small team.

The successful applicant will play a key role in ensuring that we provide quality financial information which ultimately allows us to reach even more children with cancer in the developing world.

If you are excited by this opportunity and have the ambition and drive to help us achieve our goals, we would love to hear from you.  

Please download job pack below for more details.

Location details

9 Maltings Place,
169 Tower Bridge Road,
London
SE1 3JB

Job contact details

Name: Rebecca Ross

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