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Role Details

Job Title: Operations Administrator (Finance)

Salary: £31,200 pro rata FTE

Hours: 21 hours per week (3 days)

Place of work: Remote

Contract type: Permanent

Application closing date:  Tuesday 4th April (midnight)

Interview date: Thursday 13th April

Start date (negotiable): 12th June

Job Purpose

Coal Action Network  is seeking an experienced operations administrator, with a particular focus on finance, to support a small but growing flat-structured staff team following our transition to a formalised employer status with PAYE.

As well as carrying out daily tasks to maintain the organisation's finances and legal compliance as an employer, you will be empowered to improve, design, and implement systems to make the organisation function optimally.

As part of a non hierarchical organisation you will have equal agency as other members of CAN in key decisions affecting the organisation . Upon passing probationary period, you will have the option to become a Co-Director of the organisation.

How to Apply

Please read Recruitment pack Operations Administrator (Finance) before applying for this role. This includes Role Responsibilities and Person Specification, and more details on the application process.

  • Please provide a CV and up to two pages of text addressing how you meet the points in the person specification, giving examples of relevant experience (paid or voluntary).

 

  • Please provide contact details (email and phone number) of two referees who can comment on your suitability for the role (in a paid or voluntary capacity, not a family member or partner/spouse).

 

 

The application closing date is Tuesday 4th April (midnight)

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Stephanie
Stephanie
1 year ago

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