Finance Manager

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
Accountancy, Management
Salary Details
£26,300 to £27,396 per annum
Contract Type
Hours per Week
37.5 hours per week
Closing Date
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Finance Manager at Wiltshire Wildlife Trust. The post holder will have a strong financial background with relevant experience in processing of financial data and undertaking payroll.

Job Description

You will line manage the Finance Officer to ensure an efficient sales and purchase ledger function. You will also work closely with the Head of Finance and Resources to meet monthly deadlines for management accounts and funding returns.

The post could suit an applicant who is looking for the next step in their finance career or someone who would like to utilise their skills in working with the Trust in building a sustainable future in Wiltshire.

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust is an exemplary employer with high staff satisfaction and multiple benefits for employees. These benefits include:

  • Pension up to 7.5% non-contributory
  • Group risk insurance – death in service and income protection
  • 25 days annual leave plus public holidays
  • Staff discount at WWT cafes, retail and classes
  • Head office in town centre with parking

A full job description and application pack is available please click the apply button and you will be transfered to our recrutiment page where you can download the job description and application pack.

Closing Date:            9.00am Monday 4th July 2022

Successful candidates will be notified by Tuesday 5th July 2022.  If you have not heard from us by 5pm on this date then unfortunately you will have been unsuccessful.  (It is Trust policy not to provide feedback at this stage).

Interview Date:         Wednesday 13th/Thursday 14th July 2022

Company Description

WWT is the only organisation in Wiltshire which is concerned with all aspects of the environment. By taking action to protect the natural environment, the Trust has grown to become one of the UK’s leading environmental charities through its work to create a sustainable future for wildlife and people. 
Our Vision focusses on creating “a sustainable future for wildlife and people” and our Mission is “to support the recovery of nature, help people connect with nature and live more healthy, happy and sustainable lives”. 
The Trust has 42 nature reserves covering over 1,100 ha, representing some of Wiltshire’s most important meadows, downland, woods, fen and other valuable wildlife habitats. The nature reserves have free, open public access. Our Reserves and Farm teams deliver our conservation land management regime across Wiltshire thereby enabling us to create an amazing suite of reserves, many of which are internationally renowned. Habitat creation is just part of our remit however. Nowadays our reserves also provide the means for us to deliver a wide variety of adult and youth Wellbeing programmes and our two Care Farms also provide exceptional day-care facilities for young people. Our two flagship reserves each hosts a nature centre and a café.