£22,000 - £25,000 per annum dependant on experience
35 hours per week, Monday - Friday
Remote based, with regular travel

Are you looking to work for an organisation with a real purpose – one where there is no limit to fresh ideas and discovering what’s next?

Join us at the Retail Trust.

As the charity for everyone in retail, our cause is to create, hope and health and happiness for everyone in retail. Yes, that’s right, everyone. That’s more than three million retail colleagues and their families. And you can help to achieve that mission.

We’re on a journey of transformation building on what our founders developed 190 years ago and are moving at astronomical pace. We’re looking for individuals who possess high energy and passion, and are all-in, collaborative and forward-thinking. The opportunity for personal and professional growth is momentous.

Your day will be spent managing tenancy information effectively to ensure calculation of appropriate charges based on set guidelines and coordination of income and housing management issues for estate managers within supported living.

You will spend time supporting the finance team by processing accurate data and information in the sales and purchase ledgers of a complex charity, ensuring accuracy and completeness of information; participating in ad-hoc finance projects.

Elements of the role include:

  • Working with the team, carrying out the rent ledger process on a bi-weekly basis.
  • Carrying out daily tasks for the wellbeing portion of the organisation, working with the Wellbeing team to ensure all processes are carried out efficiently.
  • Maintaining the sales ledger and purchase ledger on an ongoing basis.
  • Managing accounts payable and accounts receivable ledgers across all companies, excluding rents receivable.
  • Proactively manage the accounts receivable function to ensure prompt payments from customers and to identify any problematic accounts in a timely manner.

Key requirements:

  • Minimum of two years’ experience in an similar role
  • Ability to prioritise own workload
  • Good communicator both verbal and written skills
  • Preferably some credit control experience
  • Excellent attention to detail

We look after you by providing you with:

  • A pension scheme of up to 9% employer contributions.
  • Market-leading wellbeing and perks package which includes:
    • Life assurance of four times your salary.
    • A health cash plan, allowing you to claim back on the cost of a number of services such as optical, dental, medical.
    • Access to a free counselling and support phoneline.
  • The day off to celebrate your birthday.
  • Enhanced family friendly benefits including up to ten days compassionate leave per year, three months full maternity pay, and two weeks full paternity pay.

If you are interested in working for a dynamic organisation that transforms lives for good, we want to hear from you.

To apply for this role, please send your up-to-date CV.

No recruitment agencies please.

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