John Hollands: July 2018
The Amersham Circuit is seeking to appoint a Circuit Administrator/bookkeeper to be responsible for the circuit accounts, to undertake administrative tasks in support of the mission and ministry of the Amersham Circuit and to develop a Circuit Oﬃce at Little Chalfont.
The successful candidate will need to be skilled in bookkeeping and accounting procedures, competent in the use of IT and used to working in an oﬃce environment.
The post will include some evening work, therefore, an ability and willingness to work flexibly is essential.
Salary — £16 p/h for 21 hours per week. Working pattern negotiable. Annual leave entitlement 28 days (including public holidays) pro rata for part-time.
For full details and an application pack please email John Hollands, email@example.com
Closing date: 9th July 2018, 5.00pm. Interview date: 16th July 2018.
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