Home: De Lucy House
Location: Diss, Norfolk
Pay details: £26,000 £27,288
Posted date: 04/01/2022
Closing date: 18/01/2022
Would you like to continue your career with the number one care charity in England?
We are currently recruiting for a Bookkeeper at our care home, De Lucy House, Oustanding in responsive and overall ‘good’ rating by the CQC.
As our Bookkeeper you will be in a key position in the Home, preparing and keeping records of financial information for use by the Registered Manager and Head Office. You will be required to carry out day to day sales and purchase ledger tasks. You will work with the Home manager collating residents’ information including preparing contracts, managing room diaries and liaising with Local Authorities.
What You’ll Need
You will have strong numeracy and communication skills with substantial experience of both working in an office in an administrative capacity and having carried out the manual and/or electronic bookkeeping. Relevant qualifications (in administration or bookkeeping) are not essential, nor is the experience of having worked in a care home – although both would be preferred.
We offer our staff 5.6 weeks annual leave, opportunities for the apprenticeship programme, centre for Quality Training days, generous company pension and voluntary lifestyle benefits.
The closing date for this post is 18.01.2022
Free learning and development, Free DBS, Paid breaks, Opportunities to undertake RQF level qualifications with an endorsed Skills for Care Provider, Recognition of career milestones, Company pension scheme, On-going wellbeing support, Death in Service benefit, Length of Service Awards, Voluntary Lifestyle Benefits, Incentive Bonus scheme and an Employee Assistance Programme.
We are proud to recognise and nurture the skills of our staff and are passionate about supporting career progression.
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The successful applicant will be appointed subject to providing evidence of NHS COVID PASS, ISA first and enhanced DBS disclosure. This post is not subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. Greensleeves Care is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.