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Royal Air Forces Association – Assistant Accountant

***THIS JOB VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED***

Hours: Full Time 37 ½ hours
Salary: £22,960*-£24,169 (*starting salary)
Location: Leicester
Department: Finance

The Royal Air Forces Association is the charity that supports the RAF family. From an injured airman or airwoman fighting to get back on their feet, a child missing a parent working away from home, or a WWII veteran in need of companionship, the Association is there.

We are looking for an Assistant Accountant (AA) to assist with the production of financial and management information for internal and external stakeholders. The AA will assist the Financial Controller with the production of the Group management accounts including variance analysis and preparation of schedules. Assist the Financial Controller with the production of the monthly budget performance reports and with the budget and forecasting process.

The ideal candidate will have experience in the accounts department of a similar sized organisation (Up to £10m and 250 employees), experience of; assisting production of statutory and management accounts, using accounting software such as SAGE, using databases, using Microsoft office package to an intermediate level and be a part qualified accountant (ACA,ACCA,ACMA,AAT) or qualified by experience.

If you are interested and would like further information, please send an email to www.rafa.org.uk or call us on 0116 268 8754. The application form and job description are also available on our website: www.rafa.org.uk

No agencies or CVs please.

Closing date for receipt of all applications is Wednesday 16 August

Interviews will be held on Monday 21 August in Leicester

 

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