Finance Officer            

Location: JLGB HQ

Hours: Part Time (approximately 3-4 days per week)                             

Remuneration: Pro-rata of £22,500 - £27,500

Reports to: Director of Operations & Finance

The JLGB are looking for a knowledgeable, reliable and experienced person to manage a range of duties, with a primary focus on ensuring JLGB has up to date, compliant, relevant and easy to use financial information.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Day to day operational management of finances
  • Leading on the timeline and successful delivery of all statutory accounts filing and the audit process
  • Managing regular financial processes (reconciliations, payments, accounts receivable processing and debtors and creditors)
  • Experience of producing budgets and management accounts
  • Ensuring live digital reporting available on a daily basis, weekly reporting for director of operations & finance, monthly reporting for finance committee and quarterly reporting for the boards of trustees
  • Ensuring the automatic transfer between JLGB systems and online Xero accounting systems
  • Maintain detailed fixed asset register

Knowledge and Skills/Abilities:



Experience of charity accountancy

Level 4 AAT or higher qualification

Experience of financial transaction processing and record keeping

Knowledge of Xero

Ability to keep to deadlines and prioritise

Previous experience of working in charity or social enterprise sector finance

Able to prepare management accounts and providing relevant advice to the CEO and Board of Trustees

Able to use Microsoft Excel at a professional level

Level 3 AAT qualification




JLGB is a modern, thriving, innovative and award winning national youth organisation that is a model of professional youth work in the 21st century. Through a diverse range of experiences and activities the JLGB seeks to enrich the lives of young people through its local, regional and national framework.

The JLGB removes barriers to participation by providing positive activities within a fun, friendly, safe and structured environment, that meet the religious and cultural needs of the Jewish community.

The JLGB encourages friendship through achievement, recognition and personal development programmes, which prepare and enable young Jewish people to develop the essential life skills needed to help their transition from young person to adult life.

Central to the ethos of the JLGB is active citizenship and giving back to society. The JLGB encourages Jewish young people’s involvement in volunteering, inter-faith and intergenerational projects that have a positive impact in both the Jewish and wider communities.

For more information and to apply please email your CV and cover letter

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