Finance Officer / Accounts Administration / Purchase Ledger / Invoicing / Social Housing

Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire
£20,453 – £22,725 per annum
09 Oct 2018
02 Nov 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Finance Officer / Accounts Administration / Purchase Ledger / Invoicing / Social Housing


£20,453 – £22,725 per annum

Full Time, Permanent

B3Living is the largest independent housing association in the Borough of Broxbourne, providing over 4,600 homes across Hertfordshire and Essex. Our mission is to build a range of homes for social rent, private rent and shared ownership to counteract the local housing crisis and shortage of homes in our area.

We are seeking a Finance Officer to provide an excellent, customer focused purchase ledger service to the Association. You will support the Senior Finance Officers as required, in other ad hoc finance team tasks.

Your main duties will include general accounts administration, including the processing of invoices and the settlement of creditor accounts, preparation and processing of the month end journals including period end accruals and prepayment schedules, general banking duties, petty cash and council tax administration, and general purchase ledger administration.

You will also ensure compliance with Standing Orders and Financial Regulations in the purchasing process. You will be responsible for the set-up and continuing administration of processes for electronic invoicing and other ad hoc finance team support

The successful candidate will essentially have suitable finance skills and purchase ledger experience. Strong IT and analytical skills along with a high level of accuracy and attention to detail is crucial. Experience of housing / the RSL sector along with a relevant finance qualification would be beneficial however this is not essential.

This role is open to flexible working arrangements. We offer a competitive benefits package including generous leave entitlements and a personal pension scheme. We believe in the benefits of a diverse workforce and strongly welcome applications from those currently under-represented in the organisation, including LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people, people with disabilities and people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.