Jukebox Collective is a creative company focused on the delivery of the highest quality street dance education, performance and consultancy. Founded on the principle of excellence in street dance being a right for all, our mission is to inspire, create and educate through street dance and hip hop culture, with a particular interest in the learning and development of children, young people, adults and communities. Jukebox is at a pivotal point in its development, both organisationally and artistically, having recently become a member of the Arts Council of Wales Arts Portfolio Wales and a not for profit organisation.

We are seeking an experienced, motivated and highly organised individual to support effective and efficient financial management of Jukebox Collective. We are expanding and are looking for someone to be responsible for establishing excellent, secure financial systems for the organisation.

To be successful in this role you must have solid financial management skills and experience and have the ability to work on your own initiative. You must have good previous experience in a similar role. You will have a positive, proactive attitude.

This a part time role, 2 days per week (can be spread over four days if preferable)
This role could support some home working after the successful completion of a three month probation period.

Salary: £17,000 - £20,000 pro rata per annum, depending on experience

Key Responsibilities
• Manage all company financial administration and book-keeping for the organisation using Quickbooks.
• Prepare financial reports, including quarterly management accounts, monthly progress reports and forcasts for the executive team, the Board of Directors and funders using Quickbooks.
• Liaise with the company’s accountant to prepare financial administration for any audit process.
• Work with the Senior Management Team to prepare the end of year Business Accounts and Annual Report.
• Work closely with the whole team of staff at Jukebox Collective to draft budgets and support applications and reports to funders of Jukebox Collective projects.
• Accurate and efficient record keeping of all finance related activity for the whole company.
• Manage the payroll process including National Insurance, PAYE and Peoples Pension for all staff
• Process purchase orders, invoices and payments for all suppliers, freelance consultants, artists and tutors as required
• Process all outgoing invoices and ensure efficient payment to all clients of Jukebox Collective
• Set up and manage administrative systems for the Jukebox Office including expenses,
ordering equipment and materials, filing and contacts.
• Be an advocate for Jukebox Collective and committed to equality and diversity in all areas of your work.

Person Specification – Essential
• Proven work experience as a Finance Officer or similar role
• Excellent analytical and numerical skills
• Excellent working knowledge of Mac OS X environment and Microsoft Office.
• Good working knowledge and good experience of Quickbooks
• Experience in producing financial reports for senior management, Boards and funders • Experience of liaising with accountants and auditors
• Excellent organisational skills with exceptional attention to detail.
• Good understanding of setting up efficient and functional administrative systems
• Have an enthusiastic and can-do attitude with outstanding communication andn interpersonal skills and ability to deal with a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds.

• Able to work independently with minimum supervision, and as part of a team.

Person Specification; Desirable
• Experience of working in a client facing role

To apply, please send a covering letter of no more than 500 words describing your relevant experience and skills for this role, and why this role is attractive to you, plus a recent CV to ruth@jukeboxcollective.com

Closing date: 26th January 2018 5pm

Interview date: 2nd February 2018

Interviews will take place at the Jukebox Collective Office, The Sustainable Studios, 7 Curran Road, Cardiff.