TCA Vacancy - Finance Assistant


7th March 2024

Tayside Council on Alcohol Vacancy 
Salary:   £10,628.80 per annum based on 14 hours per week  
Location: The base for this post is The Wishart, 50 Constable Street, Dundee DD4 6AD. There may be a requirement to work from other offices from time to time for which travel expenses would be paid. 
Terms/Hours:  Permanent - 14 hours per week, the exact days, and hours to be worked to be negotiated with the successful candidate. 
Please note this post is office-based and not open to hybrid home/office working. 
Responsible to: Finance & Governance Officer 
Ref No: 9/24 
Brief Description of Duties:            
To support the Finance & Governance Officer in the efficient running of the Finance Department. The preparation and analysis of all financial information, including monthly accounts. Responsibility for the processing of accounts payable and accounts receivable invoices accurately and timeously.  
Other responsibilities will include the maintenance of the sales and purchase ledgers and the preparation of 2 weekly supplier payment runs. Collation of financial budget and expenditure monitoring reports, preparation of monthly expenses and payroll runs and to provide managers with financial data as required. 
Additional Information: More information on the post can be obtained by contacting Fergus McCurley on or 07880382117. 
An application form and Job Description/Person Spec can be downloaded from the TCA website 
Completed applications should be returned direct by e-mail/post/by hand to Ronnie Ritchie, Tayside Council on Alcohol, The Wishart, 50 Constable Street, Dundee DD4 6AD Telephone: 01382 456012, Registered Charity Number SC006511. 
Please note closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm, Friday 22 March 2024. 
Applicants must note that Interviews for this post will be held on Friday 12th April 2024 at The Wishart, Dundee. 

Tayside Council on Alcohol

Tayside Council on Alcohol supports adults, children, young people and families to move on from alcohol, drug or offending problems.

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