SPFL Trust
SPFL Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC041121

The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.

SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.

Pillars of Activity

As a registered charity The SPFL Trust delivers projects which fall within four key pillars of activity:

  • Health
  • Achievement
  • Citizenship
  • Participation

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Finance Officer

  • Part time
  • £32,500 – £39,000 pro-rata
  • Hampden Park, Glasgow based with option for some home working
  • Closing 7th October 2021

The Scottish Professional Football League Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.

SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.

Job Description

We are seeking to appoint an experienced Bookkeeper to support the Chief Executive and Company Treasurer in their duties and to help ensure the smooth processing of purchase orders, expenses, accounts payable, accounts receivable, day-to-day financial management and reporting both organisationally and on a project basis.

Other associated, ad hoc general office administrative tasks (answering the telephone, printing etc) as may be required.

This position reflects the need to maintain robust financial controls across the organisation.

The position is permanent and part-time likely 4 days per month to be agreed and can involve a mixture of home working and office based work.

Both personal and book keeping references will be required.

Key Responsibilities

  • Post financial transactions to Sage 50 Accounts: purchase invoices; bank payments; credit card expenses; staff expense claims; sales invoices; monthly payroll journal entry; management fees journal entries
  • Upload supplier and other payments to bank for approval
  • Monthly bank and credit card reconciliations
  • Run departmental reports showing income and expenditure with restricted and unrestricted funds balances across multiple funded projects
  • Prepare bi-monthly budget vs actual reports
  • Provision of cash flow forecasts and ad-hoc financial reports as required
  • Assist with annual budget and liaise with auditors re production of audited accounts

Qualifications & Experience

  • A recognised accounting / bookkeeping qualification or with significant proven bookkeeping experience
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience of charities accounting
  • Minimum of 3 years’ working with Sage 50 Accounts or similar and experience of departmental reporting

Skills

  • confident use of Windows based IT systems
  • competent user of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • highly numerate
  • an eye for detail and precision
  • good use of English language
  • a positive attitude to work
  • the ability to work alone
  • to maintain the corporate identity of the company at all times, and to maintain strict commercial confidentiality

Reporting to:SPFL Trust Chief Executive

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Health Officer

  • Part time
  • £22,945 pro-rata
  • Hybrid working model between home and Hampden Park
  • Closing 7th October 2021

The Scottish Professional Football League Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.

SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.

Purpose

To support effective delivery of SPFL Trust projects against agreed outcomes by co-ordinating project schedules, resources and information and liaising with partners to meet project requirements, scope and objectives; ultimately contributing to the successful delivery of projects within your remit, achieving agreed outcomes.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Executive Support & Governance Officer

  • Full time
  • £25,257
  • Hybrid working model between home and Hampden Park
  • Closing 7th October 2021

The Scottish Professional Football League Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.

SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.

Purpose

To provide efficient, high quality and proactive support to the Board and CEO, which is supportive to their needs and will contribute to making their roles effective in ensuring that the SPFL Trust achieves its vision, mission and values maintaining high quality service to its beneficiaries and key stake holders.

Shortlist
This vacancy has now closed

Project Officer (Employment and Inclusion)

  • Part time
  • £22,945 pro-rata
  • Hybrid working model between home and Hampden Park
  • Closing 17th October 2021

The Scottish Professional Football League Trust is the charitable arm of the Scottish Professional Football League and was established to lead and co-ordinate community engagement activities across all 42 member clubs.

SPFL clubs have a track record of credible and sustained activity, using football and physical activity as a tool to deliver positive life changes in the communities they serve. The SPFL Trust seeks to build on this reputation and co-ordinate projects that will be centrally funded and operate within and across the clubs.

Purpose

To support effective delivery of SPFL Trust projects against agreed outcomes by co-ordinating project schedules, resources and information and liaising with partners to meet project requirements, scope and objectives; ultimately contributing to the successful delivery of projects within your remit, achieving agreed outcomes.

Shortlist