Senior Finance Officer

England, Norfolk, Norwich
Up to £31174 per annum
16 Jan 2019
30 Jan 2019
Clarion Housing Group Ltd
Full Time
Organisation Type
Housing association / RP

Ever thought about working in the housing sector? Clarion Housing is looking for an adaptable Senior Finance Officer to join our ambitious organisation on a 6 month fixed term contract basis.

About the role

As a key member of the Financial Service team, you'll share responsibility for meeting month end timetables following reviews of costs and control accounts, providing support to other parts of the business and making postings to achieve this.

You will also be working closely with other teams to provide support for processes such as costs capitalisation and major works accruals.

After a brief acclimatisation with the group's systems, you will be quickly be required to take ownership of the processes and tasks to hand, drawing upon your experience and background to achieve this as smoothly as possible.

About you

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • CCAB or CIMA Qualified/ part qualified.
  • Experience in an accounting/finance department with balance sheet reconciliations and control account ownership.
  • Excellent organisation and time management skills, with experience of working to fixed month end timetables.
  • Excellent IT skills specifically Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, and Financial databases.

If this sounds like an opportunity you'd be interested in, we look forward to hearing from you.

Closing Date: Friday 25th January 2019 at midday

Interviews will be held the week commencing 28th January 2019

For further details on this vacancy, and to apply, please visit our website

Clarion Housing Group

Clarion Housing Group comprises the country's largest housing association; a property development company, a charitable foundation and a repairs and maintenance service.

The Group's housing association, Clarion Housing is the largest social landlord in the country with 360,000 residents.

We have ambitious plans to build 50,000 new homes over 10 years, with a commitment that two thirds of the programme will be affordable housing.

The charitable foundation, Clarion Futures, will invest £150 million over ten years to deliver one of the largest social investment programmes in the country. Priorities are work and training; money management and young people

Clarion Housing Group is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce.