Finance & Administration Manager (part-time) – closing 31 Mar

Qualifications

Professional (bookkeeping or accounting) qualification (AAT/IAB/ACCA/CIMA) (completed or in process)

Experience

  • At least 3 years experience in a similar role
  • Demonstrable experience of using cloud-based finance systems such as Sage, or equivalent, including administration of pension scheme
  • Demonstrable bookkeeping experience
  • Proven experience in office administration
  • Demonstrable experience of liaising with auditors
  • Proven hands-on experience with accounting software
  • Proven experience of working effectively with non-finance staff and contributing to wider organisational aims outside of the traditional finance remit

Belfast Film Festival is a vibrant and energetic organisation, which plays a central role in the cultural life of Belfast. The organisation has delivered an annual Belfast Film Festival since 1995, and in 2018 initiated Docs Ireland, promoting a dynamic year long programme of fiction and documentary film events, that are entertaining, provocative and inclusive, attracting a diverse and growing audience. Belfast Film Festival also provides a platform to showcase the local industry and facilitate cultural debate.

To apply

The job description and application form can be downloaded at the links below.

Application Form Finance Administration Manager (docx)

Finance Admin Manager JD – March 2021 (docx

Email completed applications by Wednesday 31st March (5pm) to: sara@belfastfilmfestival.org

INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD – W/C 12th April 2021

DEADLINE for application is: Wednesday 31st March at 5pm

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