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Recruiting for a Finance Assistant

Salary scale: £12,000 – £13,200 depending on experience (FTE £20-£22k)

Contract type: Permanent, Part-time, 22.5 hours per week (0.6 FTE)

Hours: Flexible within 08:00 – 18:00, Mon – Fri

Location: Bristol

Emmaus Bristol is a charity that actively supports people out of homelessness through the provision of accommodation, food, one-to-one support and vital work experience in a social enterprise.

We are looking for a highly motivated, Finance Assistant to support our Finance Manager at a time of organisational growth. You will assist in Emmaus Bristol’s financial and accounting activities, providing financial clarity through reports and updates, and supporting the charity through timely invoicing and credit control, and control of costs.

Emmaus Bristol is a friendly and interesting place to work, offering flexible hours, a supportive environment, and the opportunity to work with a multi-disciplinary team working hard to help people out of homelessness.

Closing date: 9am, Monday 2nd September  2019

Interviews: Tuesday 17 September 2019

How to Apply: First, download the Job Description and Criminal Record Declaration.  Then, please email your CV, completed Criminal Record Declaration, along with a cover letter detailing each of the following:

  1. How you meet the requirements of the job. Please structure your answer by using the essential/ desirable requirements in the table on page 4 of the Job Description.  It would be helpful if you structured your answer in a way that allows us to easily compare your experience to our requirements, so please use headings or a table
  2. Why you want this job
  3. When you would be available to start
  4. Your preferred working hours (see job description for options)
  5. Two references (we won’t contact these without your consent)

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