The post holder must be an enthusiastic and friendly professional demonstrating
excellent communication and interpersonal skills, together with a commitment
to provide an excellent accounting function for the St John Ambulance &
Rescue Service (SJARS) operating as the St John Emergency Ambulance Service.
The Postholder should possess outstanding mathematical skills;
honesty; integrity; reliability; solid written and verbal communication
skills; high attention to detail; organisational skills; critical thinking
and problem-solving skills; research skills; analytical skills; computer
The post holder must be at least one year’s post their accountancy
qualification and have worked in an accounting role for at least four years.
The post holder requires excellent excel skills including good
use of excel formulas such as v-lookup & if functions to perform
beneficial data analysis where required & present in a form that is easy
to understand and interpret.
monthly and annual reports to identify results, trends, and financial
& supporting the SJARS administration team & SJARS subscription scheme.
the SJARS operational staff to establish targets that can be set for fund
raising campaigns & the most efficient usage of cash balances &
the SJARS payroll function ensuring that all staff members are paid correctly
on a monthly cycle. Ensuring all payroll records are updated effectively and
income tax & social security schedules are completed and submitted as
SJARS employees’ pension scheme, ensuring all pension data is shared to the
pension agents on a monthly basis.
cash flow by tracking transactions and regularly reviewing internal reports.
Focusing on reducing the cash inflow cycle to a minimum and managing the cash
outflow based on available timely funds.
and manage financial department staff, including financial assistants &
updates and improvements for accounting systems where required
controls are effective, updated and implemented where required
that all financial transactions are properly recorded, filed, and reported on a
and implement financial reporting systems to comply with local regulations and
with auditing services to ensure proper compliance with all regulations &
timely audit completion
the Finance Director (“FD”) to develop budgets and financial plans for SJARS
based on research and data reports
all financial plans and budgets regularly to look for cost reduction
opportunities & any reduction in revenue generation.
all financial reports and data closely to check for discrepancies
systems to prevent errors in data collection and calculations
to the FD with timely and accurate financial information
Assist the FD in presenting reports to senior
executives, stakeholders, and board members
Build a good working
relationship with SJARS main stakeholder the States of Guernsey, forming the
most efficient method of data reporting and information sharing.