Our Finance and HR team lead by the Finance Director consisting of 6 employees are based in Edward King House, Lincoln. We are looking for a Management Accountant to cover Maternity leave on a 12 month fixed-term contract.
This is a great opportunity for someone to join our Finance team to provide support and guidance to our parishes, clergy, tenants and colleagues within the Lincoln Diocese. The finance office is a busy place to work and we are looking for someone who is able to plan their own and key finance colleagues workload.
This post will support the Finance Director in providing operational financial support to the diocesan team, parishes and tenants. This will involve leading and maintaining areas such as Parish Share contributions, monthly accounts, audit and one off projects. The ideal candidate will be able to problem solve and to deal with a variety of enquiries on a daily basis.
Interviews will be held on w/c 10 August 2020
The Diocese of Lincoln is looking for a Management Accountant to join a close knit team which supports the Diocesan strategy of growth and its vision of ‘transforming lives in Greater Lincolnshire.’
The post holder will work closely with the Finance Director and supervise other colleagues on their day to day work and assist where necessary.
There will be a full induction and handover plan, working alongside the Management Accountant to ensure an understanding of the scope of work required.
Some of the main duties will include:
Undertake such other reasonable duties as may be required from time to time that are consistent with the responsibilities of the grade. Keep accurate records of all daily transactions.
For this role should be able to demonstrate and have relevant experience to draw from to meet the following;
Qualifications & Skills
The Diocese of Lincoln is the Church of England in Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.
The diocese covers 2,673 square miles and has a population of 943,000. There are around 31,000 people on the Church Electoral Rolls. There are more than 220 clergy and lay workers serving 240 benefices with 514 parishes and 630 church buildings.
The diocesan central office is at Edward King House in Lincoln. There is a staff team at Edward King House that works to support the life and ministry of the diocese.We aim to provide our church members with professional support, training and development to work effectively with the many and diverse communities within the historic county of Lincolnshire, which now includes the Unitary Authorities of North Lincolnshire and North-East Lincolnshire.
What we offer
The diocesan offices of Edward King House are situated by the medieval Bishop’s Palace in the historic Cathedral Quarter of Lincoln. Edward King House was formerly the home of Bishop Edward King, Bishop of Lincoln between 1885 and 1910. A beautiful Grade II-listed building, a feature of Edward King House is St Hugh’s Chapel, which provides the setting for regular services.
The diocesan offices are overlooked by the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral and they are close to Lincoln Castle, home of the 1215 Magna Carta and the 1217 Charter of the Forest, plus many shops, eateries and further places of local history and interest.
Other benefits include: