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Job Vacancy: Saltmine Trust Finance Administrator

Saltmine needs to recruit a Finance Administrator. This is a key role within our office team responsible for the processing and recording of our charity’s income and expenditure, and in doing so supporting our Operations Director in managing and reporting the charity’s finances.

The successful candidate will have finance administration and accounting experience with a charity, church or business, have a good practical knowledge of using Sage 50 Accounts or a similar full function accounts package, be confident and familiar with using Microsoft Office applications, and have an aptitude for accurate, detailed and consistent work. Saltmine’s strapline is Faith Motivated Arts – we are looking for someone who supports Saltmine and its vision, ethos and values, who is a servant-hearted and self-motivated team player, and who has a personal Christian faith.

This is a permanent, part-time employed post based on 3 days per week in our Dudley Headquarters office. We are aiming to recruit someone to join us at the beginning of September.

For more information please refer to Saltmine’s website (see below).

If you would like to apply for the post, in the first instance please email your CV and a covering letter to using the email subject: ‘Finance Administrator Post’. Subsequently we may ask you to complete an application form.

The current closing date for applications is 21st July.

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