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Sisters Hospitallers are seeking a Finance Officer, to support St Augustine’s Care Home, based in Addlestone (Staffordshire).

The Finance Officer (Addlestone) will be responsible for the day to day operations of all finance related activities ranging from purchase & sales ledger to presenting the monthly financials to the Local Management Team, managing turnover of circa £2.8m as well as preparing and managing the budget and processing payroll for approximately 60 staff.

The role will work very closely with the Registered and Deputy Manager and ensure an efficient transaction processing the Charity.

Main duties and responsibilities as Finance Officer include:

  • Process purchase invoices, staff and volunteer expenses in the finance system.
  • Prepare and process payroll using the Charity’s rota management system into the payroll system.
  • Prepare and issue finance related resident paperwork.
  • Process sales invoices and debtor management.
  • Resident and Care Home petty cash.
  • Reconcile all balance sheet accounts and fee income reconciliations monthly.
  • Finalise accounts to trial balance and prepare monthly financials commentary.
  • Prepare budgets and related commentary.
  • Prepare reports as required to submit to the institution’s General Service in Rome.
  • Any other business as required for the smooth running of the care home.

The successful candidate for the role will need to have:

  • AAT Level 3, Part-Qualified ACCA, QBE.
  • Excellent knowledge of Excel, Sage, and Sage Payroll.
  • Proven experience working within a similar environment.
  • Excellent written and communication skills.
  • Lives in close proximity of the Service: KT15 1QR

Benefits of working with Sisters Hospitallers:

  • Employee discounts, online & high street stores
  • Company pension scheme
  • Diverse workforce
  • Wide range of training courses available
  • Wellbeing support

To apply, please complete the form below:


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About Sisters Hospitallers

We are a Charity committed to the sick and their wellbeing, especially in the field of mental health.

Since our foundation, we have turned the passion to help others into our cause, by serving and caring for those at our care homes and medical clinics worldwide.

Today, Sisters Hospitallers consists of around 1.200 sisters and 8.700 co-workers, who make it possible for our cause to reach more and more people in need.

Now, you have the opportunity to join Sisters Hospitallers!