Assistant Systems Accountant (Internal Only to UoG Staff)
|Salary:||Grade 4 £19,730 - £23,334 per annum|
This is an internal only advert for University of Gloucestershire staff who are currently at risk.
An exciting and interesting opportunity has arisen within the Finance and Planning Department at the University of Gloucestershire for an Assistant Accountant.
The Financial Performance team is part of the Finance and Planning Department and is dedicated to the provision of professional services to support the University planning processes and managing its resources, in a controlled and sustainable manner. The team have responsibility for providing a finance business partnering service to academic and professional departments and has a key role to play in developing management information and scenario planning to support the University decision making processes and is also responsible for the production and coordination of all statutory returns to external agencies including OfS and HESA.
The role will be within a team of system experts. The team would be responsible for ensuring all of the team’s data, regulatory returns, reports, operational practices such as journals, pay forecasting are performed and governed in the most efficient manner.
You will have a good level of numeracy and literacy and will be on track to achieve the AAT qualification. You will be self-motivated and have excellent interpersonal skills with a keen interest in data analysis and reporting. Good organisational and administrative skills are also essential. The ability to use Excel at a competent level would be a distinct advantage.
Please note a CV can be submitted as supporting documentation but this will not be considered without a completed application form.
Closing Date: Friday 7th June 2019
Interview Date: Thursday 13th June 2019
Please download and save the Application for Employment Form to your computer. You will need to complete this form as part of the online application process. Your application will not be considered without this form.
The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community