The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is a forward-thinking national charity (based in Kent) that makes a difference to people’s lives and has a reputation for driving change at an individual, local and national level. Read details about the latest vacancies at the CBF here.
Hours: 15 hours per week (flexible within core hours of 9-5)
Based at: The Challenging Behaviour Foundation office, Chatham, Kent (5 minute walk from the train station)
Length of post: One year fixed term (potential to extend)
Start date: ASAP
Salary: £22k – £24K (pro rata) dependent on experience
We are looking for a committed and organised Finance Assistant to work within our small and friendly team providing finance and payroll support to our charity.
You will need to have relevant experience in a finance/accounting role and be pro-active in developing processes and procedures to meet the needs of the organisation and different funding requirements. Experience of Quickbooks would be preferable.
We are a registered national charity specifically focused on the needs of children, young people, and adults with a severe learning disability whose behaviour may challenge, and their families. We believe that with the right support, in the right place, at the right time everyone can lead a full and active life.
Before applying, please read through the following:
How to Apply:
To apply, send your CV with a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org demonstrating how you match the skills and experience required in the Person Specification.
For more information telephone 01634 838739 or email: email@example.com
Closing date: 9am Monday 4th July
Interview date: Monday 11th July
Start date: ASAP
This role is subject to standard employment checks and the appropriate disclosure check.
We’re looking for volunteers who want something rewarding to do in their spare time. We are currently recruiting Local Champion volunteers! Read about our volunteers and how they support the CBF.
A brief introduction to how the CBF provides help for people with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges, with useful links to other parts of the website.