Stephanie K is a fundraising development officer. She actually started a law degree, but found that after a year she wasn't enjoying it so decided to apply for the job at Belfast Youth Initiative during a year out. Stephanie is now doing a part time course in counselling and believes that you should always keep your options open with regards to your career.
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DescriptionFinance officers oversee book-keeping, general accounting and other financial and related clerical functions mainly within local government and a variety of public sector organisations.
QualificationsEntrants will normally possess GCSEs/S grades (including maths), a finance-related qualification at an appropriate level and have relevant work experience.
- Oversees the recording and checking of daily financial transactions, the preparation of provisional balances and reconciliation of accounts;
- Prepares or arranges the preparation of financial reports for managers;
- Plans work schedules and assigns tasks to financial clerks;
- Coordinates the activities and resources of finance departments.
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