Blackheath Halls is looking for an enthusiastic part time Finance Officer to join our friendly and committed team, assisting with financial processes and maintaining the financial records of Blackheath Halls.
If you would like to apply, please complete the application form and equality and diversity monitoring form. The deadline for applications is Thursday 22 February at 9am. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 28 February.
Experience & Skills
Experience of double entry bookkeeping
Experience of bank reconciliations
Knowledge of VAT and charity accounting requirements
Good numeracy skills
Good IT skills including Microsoft Office applications such as Excel and Word
Excellent administrative skills, with strong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy
Experience of Agresso (or similar finance systems)
Excellent organisational skills, with the ability to work to multiple priorities and high timescales
Good verbal communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate with a wide range of people
Experience working in the arts, higher education or other charity
Enthusiasm for the arts and cultural and community events, particularly those of Blackheath Halls and Trinity Laban
Enjoys working in fast-moving and changing environment
Able to work both independently and collaboratively
Blackheath Halls is an outstanding centre for music and the performing arts in southeast London, presenting
a year-round programme of events including music, comedy, talks and literary events, and children’s theatre.
Our renowned community engagement programme includes the annual Blackheath Halls Opera, Musical Theatre courses, an orchestra, gospel and classical choirs, and Blackheath Halls Youth Choir, with gifted young people from our local boroughs.
Blackheath Halls is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and provides the Music Faculty with its regular base for large-scale rehearsals and performances. We also offer a popular venue for recordings and rehearsals by major London orchestras and ensembles, as well as for a range of commercial hires and social events in our two performance spaces, The Great Hall and The Hearn Recital Room.
Over the past year, Blackheath Halls’ programme consisted of 1,003 live performances, rehearsals and other activities, attended by 49,552 people. A registered charity, we are able to offer this range of activity through income from tickets, hires and our in-house bar, along with support from various Trusts and Foundations, and over 300 generous members of our newly-revitalised Friends and Patrons scheme.