Finance Officer 

This Not-For-Profit organisation is looking to appoint a Finance Officer to maintain an efficient and accurate finance function within Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community.  

As part of this role you would ensure our financial requirements and policies are followed and that money is spent in an efficient manner. You would be making sure funds raised are banked, bills are paid and that our information to keep track of spending is up to date. 

Our roles are flexible and seek to fit around you. Time commitments may vary but we estimate this role would take 1 - 2 days a week, including a monthly meeting. The post will suit an applicant who can work on their own initiative and has the ability to set their own work.   

Reporting to Company Secretary (until a Treasurer is appointed) you will take responsibility for performing a variety of general accounting support tasks including:  


  • verifying the accuracy and processing of invoices, accounting ledgers, journals, monthly payroll/expenses, pension, purchase orders and supplier invoices 

  • processing all income, ensuring it reconciles with the income database, and bank cash and cheques on a weekly basis, checking bank statements and preparing cash flow statements  

  • communicating with third parties as required including HMRC, payroll support, accountants 

  • providing support and advice on financial matters  

  • producing financial reports as needed. 


You will be proficient in using basic accounting software ie. MS Word, Excel. 


Having held an administrative assistant or back-office support role (preferably in a small or medium organisation) you understand - through your knowledge of the principles that underpin good customer care - that building supportive relationships and producing consistently high quality work are essential to our success.  


We’re looking for someone who:  


  • is an experienced finance /accounts assistant, a qualified bookkeeper with AAT or can provide evidence of being able to keep accounts efficiently   

  • offers careful attention to detail, accuracy 

  • is a good communicator, friendly and approachable   

  • is helpful and collaborative and a good team player 

  • is self-motivated and able to work independently and to deadlines   

  • is computer literate, with confident use of MSOffice to support analytical working  

  • is honest and trustworthy. 


It is an advantage to have experience in the non-profit sector so applications will be particularly welcome from those who have volunteered or worked in a charity   


You must be eligible to work in the UK. 


Remuneration: £11.00 - £12.50 per hour  


How to apply: To apply, please request an application form from