Finance Manager/Administrator

The Burngreave Messenger is an established community newspaper; part funded by Burngreave New Deal for Communities and delivered free to the Burngreave area of Sheffield. We are looking for an experienced financial worker with excellent administrative skills to help us to seek funding to ensure the Messenger’s future and encourage more volunteers to take part in producing the newspaper.

  • Job Title: Finance Manager / Administrator

  • Salary: £20,895 – £22,293 p.a. pro rata (NJC sp 26-28) depending on experience.

  • Hours: 18.5 hours (0.5 FTE) worked Mon-Fri, plus occasional evening work.

Key Responsibilities

  • Developing the Burngreave Messenger's financial and administration systems in line with the changing needs of the organisation.

  • Assisting the Manager in the preparation of funding applications.

  • Providing administrative support to all Messenger activities.

For an application pack please phone (0114) 242 0564, or email <>.

The closing date for applications is Monday 23rd April 2007. Interviews will take place between Monday 30th April and Friday 4th May 2007.

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