Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Financial Accounts team for a full time Band 3 Finance Assistant role.
This role will be an excellent opportunity for someone who just started their career within finance and looking to develop to progress within the specialism.
We are seeking individual who is self-motivated, pro-active and with excellent planning and organisational skills. The post holder is required to have excellent verbal and written communication skills.The aim of the role is to provide assistance with preparation of accounts for our subsidiary companies, assistance with capital reporting, in order to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, accuracy of capital reporting, responsibility for accounts payables for capital suppliers.
Main duties of the job
To assist with month end and annual accounts for the Trust's subsidiary companies. To assist with collating all the information for external audit in relation to subsidiaries.
To assist with monthly capital and year end reporting, including review of capital purchase orders and timely receipting of those orders, reporting monthly spend by capital project.
To assist with updating Fixed Asset Register with additions.
To work with our outsource partner, NHS Shared Business Services (SBS), to ensure that any issues in Accounts Payables for capital and Estates suppliers are resolved promptly.
To ensure that work is prioritised and completed in line with financial timelines.
Our vision is to provide outstanding care for every patient. Patient care is at the heart of what we do at our three sites: Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester and Andover War Memorial Hospital. Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides medical and surgical services to a population of approximately 600,000 people across Hampshire and parts of West Berkshire.
Our cultural ambition is to have a culture that places people at the heart of all we do, where we all belong, and where learning, improvement and excellence thrive.
We provide specialist services to people across the UK and internationally. We are one of only two centres in the UK treating pseudomyxoma peritonei (a rare form of abdominal cancer) and we are leaders in the field of tertiary liver cancer and colorectal cancer.
The trust employs more than 9,000 staff and has a turnover of over £500 million a year. As a Foundation Trust, we are directly accountable to our members through the governors. The Council of Governors represent the interests of their constituencies and influence the future plans of the Foundation Trust
Happy to Talk Flexible Working - all requests for flexible and part time working will be considered.
Further information about the Trust and this role can be found on the Job Description and Person Specification document attached