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Finance Assistant

  • Permanent
  • Glasgow, Glasgow City, Scotland
  • £18500

A Finance Assistant with Sage Line 50 experience is required by our Charity client based in Central Glasgow. A salary of up to £18,500 is available for the right applicant.

The ideal candidate will be Sage proficient and hold an Accountancy qualification and will have at least 3 years’ experience in administration and finance roles. You will have good attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines with minimal supervision.

The Finance Assistant will be presentable with excellent customer service skills and experience in Credit Control. You will be managing the recovery of debt and working with people in the local community.

Client

Our client is an established Charity working with people in the local community and providing services for children.  

Required skills:

- Strong customer services experience

- Sage Line 50 experience required

- Accounts and Credit Control experience is useful

- Knowledge of MS Office

Who would this role suit?

This role will suit a Finance Assistant keen to join a growing and rewarding employer who offers training and career development.

Salary:

Salary from £17,000 to £18,500 basic plus Bonus and Pension

Location:

Glasgow, Scotland

Commute from: East Kilbride / Clarkston / Cambuslang / Renfrew / Strathclyde / Scotland

To Apply:

Please send your CV through to Peter Strutt of CV Screen in strict confidence.

CV Screen is the Recruitment Agency managing this vacancy.

Alternative Titles:

Administrator / Accounts Assistant / Accounts Administrator  

Summary:

- Finance Assistant vacancy in Glasgow, Scotland

- Sage Line 50 experience required

- Accounts and Credit Control experience is useful

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Peter Strutt