Crossroads (Perth & Kinross) is an independent charity providing excellent quality respite and care at home to the residents of Perth & Kinross, both privately and via Perth & Kinross Council. We employ upwards of 50 staff and have an annual turnover approaching £1m.
This is an excellent opportunity for a high calibre, self-motivated individual with accounting and business acumen to join our successful charity and assume full responsibility for our finance function and data reporting.
Approximately 60% of the role is a traditional accounting function and 40% is in support of the Service Manager, particularly in relation to Business Planning and satisfying the many administrative and compliance functions of the charity which come from external organisations such as Perth & Kinross Council and the Care Inspectorate.
The role involves completing 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. You will assume complete responsibility for Financial data within the organisation and its internal and external reporting.
As well as being qualified to at least HND level in Accounting/Finance, or working towards this, you will also be required to have previous experience of working with various level of stakeholders as the job involves being able to engage directly with our staff at all levels, our Board of Directors, external agencies, as well as our clients and their families.
You will be a member of the Senior Management team and play a key role in the continuous development and growth of the organisation.
If this sounds like you and you possess the energy and drive to be part of a successful charitable organisation like Crossroads, then we are keen to hear from you.
Please note CV’s cannot be accepted.
Application packs are available via our website crossroadsperth.org or download below.