To carry out day to day administration of the organisation including management of the project finances
Operation, upkeep and management of the administrative and financial systems including, caller data base/ recording systems, banking on line,
Administration and management of the Sage payroll
Ensure all admin and financial practices are in line with NTWF policies and best practice
Administrative support to the BOM and Coordinator as
The key areas of work would include:
Manage the finances and office administration in line with organisational policies and best practice, maintaining up to date and accurate accounts of income and expenditure
Day to day responsibility for banking activities such as banking on line, liaising with bank, lodgements, cashing of cheques, setting up / cancelling standing orders, liaising with cheque signatures, issuing and payment of invoices
Preparation and Administration of monthly Sage payroll and all associated requirements including revenue payments and P35, P60, etc.
Complete all financial returns as required by funders and Board of Management
Prepare bank reconciliations and quarterly financial reports for presentation to BOM
Support the BOM and coordinator with annual report and as required budget preparations and projections
Preparation of annual accounts of the organisation in consultation with the Coordinator and Finance Sub Group and liaising with auditors in preparation of annual audited accounts
To keep the CRO returns up-to-date including the preparation of B1, B10 Forms etc. and Charity Regulator requirements filed
To keep the company’s registers up-to-date (members register, directors register etc).
purchasing of office supplies/stationary and equipment as required in consultation with the coordinator
Support with documents pertaining to BOM meetings as Required
Maintaining accessible manual and computerised files and records
Provide necessary secretarial support and any other financial / administrative tasks as considered necessary by the Coordinator
The successful candidate will be expected to have experience working in financial and office administration. We particularly welcome applications from the Traveller community.
Skills in the following areas required:
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Good working knowledge of SAGE, Microsoft Office including excel
Good financial and general administration skills
Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills
understanding and commitment to the principles of community development and the Traveller Community
Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative
Salary will be €29,000 pro rata basis for 1 day per week, subject to the availability of ongoing annual funding.
Interested candidates should submit a CV and cover letter outlining their suitability for the post.
This can be emailed to email@example.com or posted to National Traveller Women’s Forum 4-5 Eustace Street, Dublin 2.
Closing Date for applications is Friday 27th of January at 5pm.
Interviews expected to take place the week of the 30th January. Please provide a contact number.
Any queries or questions please contact Maria Joyce on 086 1933866.