Transactional Officer (Fire)

Staffs Fire & Rescue HQ
Grade E
Full Time

Transactional Officer (Fire)

Salary: £25,713 - £29,874

Location: Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Services Headquarters

Due to the retirement of the current post holder, we are now recruiting for a Transactional Officer to join our finance team at Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service; as part shared service arrangements with Staffordshire Police.

As the post holder you will assist the Transactional Finance Manager in the delivery of an efficient accounts payable and accounts receivable service to Staffordshire Fire and Rescue. 

The main responsibilities of the role are to ensure that all invoices are processed correctly and there is appropriate matching to purchase orders, in line with Service procedures.  To work with colleagues to resolve any invoice queries and to manage the outstanding orders and goods receipting process.  In addition, to assist in the administration of the sales ledger and cash book.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in an Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable role.

For more detailed information about this exciting role, please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification included in the Supporting Documents section.

 Closing date for this application is: Thursday 7th of March 2024, 12 midday. 

This post will be required to work from Fire HQ Pirehill.

Please note that applications are welcomed from all suitably qualified/experienced individuals. However prior consideration will be given to applications from individuals who are ‘at risk’ and employed by Staffordshire Police. If an appointment is made from that at-risk group, the post may be withdrawn. In this event, a representative from the Enabling services team will notify any affected applicants.

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Please note that if successful for this role, the following tests and checks will be conducted:
  • Medical assessment 
  • Higher level vetting 
  • References

This opportunity is closed to applications.