Community Central Hall Ltd
Community Central Hall Ltd

Charity registered in Scotland SC003500

Community Central Hall is a Maryhill based charity providing services to people with a wide range of needs in the local community and throughout North West Glasgow.

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Finance Manager - Support Services

  • Part time
  • £27,000 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 23rd March 2021

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a high calibre, self-motivated individual with accounting and business acumen to join our successful charity and assume responsibility for our finance function and data reporting.

The role involves overseeing all aspects of the day-to-day and the strategic management of our finance function, from data entry to preparing fully accrued monthly management accounts for the board and trial balance for the annual audit, as well as taking responsibility for the software packages used and the quality and efficiency of all data processes for finance and payroll. You will assume complete responsibility for Financial data within the organisation and its internal reporting. You will work with external auditors to meet the annual reporting requirements and have responsibility for credit control.

Essential Skills:

HND in Accounting/Finance or equivalent or working towards a CMA (CA or ACCA) qualification.

Experience of accounting and payroll software, particularly in a multiple funder, multiple service operation

· Experience in the management and operation of monthly payroll

· Understanding of budgeting and financial/business planning

· Positive leadership and management skills

· Knowledge of, or experience of using Xero Accounting system and SAGE Line 50 software programmes

A Job Description is available for download below.

This vacancy has now closed

Community Development Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,920
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 29th June 2022

Due to an internal promotion, an opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified and experienced Community Development worker to join the CCH team. Working with the local community to co- design opportunities which respond to local need and form part of wider Recovery programmes which promote People, Place based approaches employing innovative ways of working.