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Part-time Bookkeeper (Freelance), Manchester Jazz Festival

Part-time Bookkeeper (Freelance), Manchester Jazz Festival

  • 7th March 2017
  • Part time
  • Paid (£20k-25k pro rata)
  • Jenny Thomas jenny@manchesterjazz.com

mjf is looking to appoint a self-employed, part-time bookkeeper with experience of working in a small organisation in the arts/charity sector.

Working as part of a small team, you will report to the Director of Development and Operations, ensuring that the organisation’s financial records are kept up-to-date, and that timely and accurate accounting information is provided as necessary.

We are looking for a confident self-starter, someone with all round bookkeeping experience; including management of our accounting system Xero, processing payroll; and with a good knowledge of the legal requirements, particularly in relation to our partial VAT exemption.

This is a freelance position for 55 days a year. Fee: £100 per day.

For a full job description and person specification, please visit our website http://www.manchesterjazz.com/2017/02/22/apply-now-mjf-bookkeeper/.

If you consider you have the skills and experience to meet the requirements of our job description and person specification, you can apply by sending your CV and a 500 word outline addressing how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role, to:

Jenny Thomas, Operations Assistant

Via email to jenny@manchesterjazz.com, to arrive no later than 12.00pm on Tuesday 7 March 2017. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview on Friday 10 March. Successful applicants will be anticipated to start w/c 20 March 2017.

Owing to capacity unfortunately we are only able to contact successful applicants.

mjf is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes all applications.

mjf is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England, no. 4670534, and a registered charity no. 1130000.

mjf gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of Arts Council England, Manchester City Council and the PRS for Music Foundation.