As the finance manager/bookkeeper you will help to facilitate delivery of our charitable aims through enabling the charity to safely control and management its financial systems and appropriately fulfil our finacial duties.
About the Role
Banking, bookkeeping and record keeping including:General ledger
- Balance Sheet Review and Reconciliation
- Trial Balance Entries
- Providing support for coding and positing invoices and receipts
- Raising and posting of journals, including opening balance journals after finalising prior year accounts.
- Processing bank payments
Managing the charity’s payroll including PAYE duties and pension operated via Xero and Smart Pension.
Maintenance of the charity’s asset register.
Liaising with the charity’s auditor to provide the required financial information and to respond to any queries to enable completion of the charity’s annual accounts.
Providing support to the charity to enable the posting of its annual return to the charity commission.
About the Charity
Gambling Harm UK is a UK charity that has been built independently by individuals with lived experience. Our purpose is to utilise lived experience of gambling-harm to help guide gambling-harm prevention strategies. We established as C.I.C in 2020 following the success of the All Bets Are Off Podcast. Since then, the team has grown and so has efforts and our commitment to transparently spearhead impact across research, education, and treatment.
We have recently become a charity (CIO) by conversion from C.I.C status. The trustees of the charity, in order of appointment, are: Kishan Patel, Christopher Gilham, Marie-Claire Conlin, Lesley Buckland, and Craig Spencer.
The object of the CIO are:
‘The relief of those who are in need as a result of a gambling addiction or gambling related harm and their families through:
a. Improving and providing education towards matters relating to gambling harm and addictions by using an evidence based public health approach, with a focus on discussions on recovery of those suffering harm;
b. Improving the health of those suffering from gambling harm by promoting addiction recovery, the mitigation of harm, and preventing harm in the first place through the development and dissemination of insights, advice and support;
c. By engaging with and/or conducting evidence-based research that helps to further understand gambling harm and addictions’.