Finance OfficerThe Edinburgh Academy , City of Edinburgh
Please apply before 03/02/2022 at 3:00 pm
42 Henderson Row, Edinburgh, EH3 5BL
Vacancy Description / Summary
The EA Trading Company Ltd. (AccessEA) currently has three divisions, one overseeing all lets and utilisation of facilities within our Arboretum Road Sports Hub, the second dealing with all external education needs and the third dealing with all commercial activities associated with letting the facilities and management of events, In addition to selling our advertising spaces.
The role of Finance Officer will report to the Commercial Director, responsible for ensuring accurately and timely processing of accounts payable and accounts receivable invoices using Sage.
The successful individual will be involved in the preparation of reports for month end, Purchase Ledger, Sales Ledger, assisting with daily banking activities as well as contributing to the Credit Control function.
This is a permanent part-time role, 20 hours per week across the entire school year.
A full job description, application form and details on how to apply can be found on the school's website.
Applications must be submitted by Thursday 03 February 2022 at 3pm to Humanresources@edinburghacademy.org.uk
About the School
The Edinburgh Academy is a modern, exciting, vibrant co-educational school for 2 to 18 year olds. Housed on two characterful sites near the centre of Scotland's capital, the school provides a caring environment that provides an exceptional tailored academic offering alongside a broad co-curricular programme in expressive arts, outdoor education, sport and voluntary service. Our overriding ethos is derived from the school motto: ‘Always Excel’ as this informs our focus on pupil wellbeing and character development, giving our students the self-confidence, self-belief, resilience and determination to do their best. At the Edinburgh Academy we aim to work closely with parents so that our pupils find and unlock their potential, discover ways that our students can succeed and help them to learn new things about themselves as they grow into young adults.