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  • Finance and Operations Administrator

Finance and Operations Administrator

Finance and Operations Administrator | £30,000 – £35,000 + benefits

London (Full Time: 2 days office-based + remote working) | Permanent

The Finance and Operations Administrator will provide finance and administrative support on a range of business activities, reporting to the newly appointed Head of Finance and Operations and working alongside the new HR and Facilities Manager. The role will support a range of finance and office management functions and support the streamlining of work to drive efficiencies across HDT.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Finance Administration: Process all AP/AR transactions, expenses, payment runs, journals, and reconcile balance sheets; support Head of Finance and Operations with finance committee presentations, spreadsheets, and financial reports; identify ways to streamline finance processes and finance systems.
  • Corporate Support: Coordinate and provide secretarial functions for Board and Sub-Committee meetings including taking and distributing minutes; register/de-register trustees (Companies House / Charity Commission); provide CEO support including diary management, meeting schedules and correspondence.
  • Office Support: Support for all office facilities, equipment, and supplies; manage day-to-day IT systems, liaising with external IT supplier; first point of contact for enquires; maintain all office procedures including data entry, document, travel booking and file management; support HR and Facilities manager with HR database matters and HR reporting.

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