It’s our 21st birthday next year!!!
Do you want the work you do to genuinely transform people’s lives?
Then come and join Routes to Work Ltd to help achieve our goals over the next 21 years!
What will a typical day at Routes to Work be like for you?
As our Finance Team Leader (£31,567 pa), you will be reporting to the Finance Manager, you will oversee the day-to-day finance tasks of the team and assist in the development & monitoring of our SAGE200 accounting system & processes. You will work alongside operational & support colleagues in identifying & progressing developments to drive business efficiencies and will assist the Finance Manager in facilitating the production of monthly internal management accounts and supporting the annual audit process.
Who are we?
Routes To Work Limited is one of Scotland’s leading skills & employability providers, having supported more than 21,000 unemployed North Lanarkshire residents into work since inception in 2002. The company has seen significant revenue growth in the past couple of years and has further ambitious growth & continuous improvement ambitions for the coming years. Accordingly, we have recently re-configured our finance team structure to ensure the ongoing growth can be effectively supported. The revised team includes two new roles of Finance Team Leader and Purchase Ledger Clerk, and we are keen to hear from candidates who have the necessary skills & experience to add value to our team and who’s personal ambitions are aligned with our corporate vision.
What’s in it for you?
We offer a range of employee benefits:
This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure
If you are interested in applying for this role, please visit our website where you will find all the relevant information.
Closing Date for Applications: 5pm on Tuesday 16th August 2022
Routes to Work Ltd is committed to the principles of Equal Opportunities, please contact us if you require any adaptions for the recruitment process.
Routes to Work Ltd is a project part-financed by the European Union- “Europe and Scotland making it work together”.
This project is part-funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.