Finance administration volunteer

To attend regular meetings taking place every other Friday for volunteers to receive information, advice, training and peer support. We are looking for volunteers who can commit 1 day per week (or equivalent thereof) on an ongoing basis

What You'll Do: 

The role as a Finance Administration Volunteer

-  Enter all donations, invoices, payments and receipts on to spreadsheet on a weekly basis and file hard copies.

-  Negotiates and purchases office supplies in accordance with purchasing policies and budgetary restrictions. 

-  Reconcile bank statements and be the first point of contact for the bank.

- Make payment of authorised invoices and exercise credit control on all invoices.

- Ensure that all donations are processed, reconciled  and banked.

- Ensure that adequate supplies are kept on hand (meeting, foodbank and all hub sessions, etc.)

- Prepare the monthly management account /cash flow and update cash flow.

- Supervise and maintain all bank mandates.

- Follow all policies and procedures including safeguarding policy and health and safety policy.

- Carry out tasks under the guidance of the Manager.  

- Report any health & safety or safeguarding concerns to the Manager. 

- Demonstrate a professional and positive attitude in all SCH related activities


What You'll Learn: 

Skills you will gain:

- ​​Practice money management and inputting relevant information to our spreadsheet and other database systems

- Learn the practise of negotiating and purchases required in our office

- Organization skills in accordance with our policies and procedures in finance related matters.

What We're Looking For: 

Skills we are looking for:

- A can-do attitude towards the activities of this role.   

- Experience of customer service or dealing with a diverse range of people.

-   Good listening skills and IT skills (opportunity for development).

-   An ability to communicate well and with confidence when handling enquiries.

-   Awareness of the Welfare System and circumstances that may bring people to our service.

-   A non-judgemental attitude towards people’s problems and challenges faced in their lives.

-   A warm and friendly approach.


Mental Health
United Kingdom
Skills you will develop: 
Resource Coordination
Data Management

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