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Finance Officer

Not For Profit / Third Sector

  • Accountancy and Finance

  • Scotland

  • £ £36,860 - £40,475

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Muirhouse Housing Association
Finance Officer (Full Time or Part Time)
21 – 35 hrs/week (Flexible)
£36,860 – £40,475 per annum
EVH Grade 7
Muirhouse Housing Association is a Registered Social Landlord that provides 570 homes to tenants in the North of Edinburgh. MHA aim to deliver quality, affordable homes and services for the local community. Their vision includes strengthening engagement and partnerships to enrich the community and safeguard their environment. MHA are an outward facing organisation, who value close relationships with other Housing Associations and the local city council.
The successful candidate will be responsible for day to day delivery of the finance function for the organisation. They will ensure successful the management of all organisational finances and will play a key role in ensuring high quality support is provided to customers and stakeholders. The Finance Officer will work closely alongside the Corporate Services Manager to be a key figure in helping the organisation achieve strategic objectives related to finance. The role is available on a full-time or on a part-time basis to suit the candidate.
The ideal candidate will have experience working in a role delivering finance services. A relevant qualification is desirable but not essential where there is equivalent experience. Direct RSL experience is not essential although transferability to the sector must be demonstrated in application. The ideal candidate will be customer-focused and comfortable working in a small team to deliver big outcomes.
A forward-thinking and engaged housing association, MHA aim for a level of high performance, continuous improvement and excellent customer service that will drive the organisation to new heights. MHA aim to be a significant force for positive change and improved life opportunities for those who live in their community. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a great organisation, enthusiastic to make a positive change to the lives of their residents.
For a confidential discussion please call Nigel Fortnum or David Currie at Aspen People on 0141 212 7555.
Further information on MHA and the role is available at 
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