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Finance Manager (Part-time)

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Make a real difference to peoples' lives by joining Trinity Homecare, recently rated 'Outstanding' by CQC.

The purpose of the Finance Manager position is to:

  • Lead the finance function and add value by developing and managing robust financial processes.
  • Manage the finance assistant and oversee the daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual processes (e.g. payroll, purchase ledger, sales ledger, budgets and management accounts).
  • Create accurate, insightful and timely reports to support and inform the strategic and operational direction of the business.
  • To ensure the business meets statutory obligations (e.g. statutory filings, VAT returns, company secretarial, insurances).
  • To support the directors in key commercial decisions (e.g. acquisitions, projects).
  • The successful candidate is likely to be either a part qualified accountant or qualified through experience in industry.  You must have a commercial mind, strong Excel skills, excellent attention to detail and an interest/ability to utilise cloud-based finance systems to create efficient financial processes (e.g. Xero, receipt bank, direct debit).

Principal Responsibilities:

Accounts Receivable

  • Complete checks to proactively identify any likely issues/anomalies before invoices are submitted.  
  • Effectively manage the direct debit process.  
  • Build strong relationships with key accounts (e.g. Local authority, high value customers) enabling prompt resolution of issues.  
  • Identify and implement improvements to accounts receivable process, reducing number of invoice queries and improving cash flow.
  • Manage most difficult aged debtor collections.
  • Manage accounts receivable to the highest standard.  


  • Oversee the payroll process and pre-processing checks.
  • Prepare and submit payroll to our payroll bureau on a timely basis ensuring submitted data is complete and accurate.
  • Effectively manage the BACs payment process.
  • Identify route cause of issues and work effectively with the operations lead to ensure that data quality is addressed at source (e.g. bookings data).  
  • Identify and implement improvements to process to reduce number of payroll queries.

Accounts Payable

  • Routinely identify errors/ anomalies in supplier invoices and investigate before payment.  
  • Manage the accounts payable processes to a high standard and in an efficient manner.  
  • Identify and implements improvements to routine processes (e.g. Receipt bank, credit card payments)  
  • Oversee petty cash.

Management Accounts

  • Manage the bank reconciliations.
  • Produce comprehensive monthly management accounts on a timely basis (P&L, balance sheet, aged debtor listing).  
  • Provide valuable insights into variances and trends which supports senior management decisions.  
  • Provide insight and commentary which identifies revenue growth and margin opportunities.    
  • Assist in the creation of budgets.

Financial Accounts

  • Produce a draft set of financial accounts within 4 months of year end and work effectively with external accountants to ensure these are prepared and ready for filing well in advance of filing period.  
  • Resolves any issues/questions about previously filed accounts and ensures these issues are not carried over from one financial year to the next.
  • Forecasts the year end position and agrees key actions with directors to ensure the year end position and balance sheet is clean/tidy (e.g. agree management/inter-company recharges, aged receivables/payables, clear down intercompany loans period to year end).  
  • Complete financial accounts to the highest standard ensuring supporting records are filed appropriately.  

Reporting and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

  • Own the visibility of business performance.
  • Oversee the production of routine weekly KPI reporting.
  • Start to develop a ""self-service" model to empower the operations team to have access to their own reports.
  • Create reports that turn data into insight and support key decisions and areas of focus/change within the business.  

Compliance, Risk Management and Continuity  

  • Fulfils our key financial legal/compliance obligations on time (e.g. VAT return, insurance policies).
  • Submits all our legal and compliance obligations on time.
  • Work with management/directors ahead of key submission dates or new legislation/ reporting requirements to plan workload and ensure compliance.  
  • Documents key financial processes and build resilience into our processes.  
  • Builds resilience and continuity into financial processes.  

Trinity Homecare aim to be the provider of choice and an employer of choice in Surrey and for that reason we expect all of our team to work to the same high standards. If you feel that you want a move or a change to a growing and forward thinking home care organisation and you have the necessary experience and skills then please apply today.

Part-time (15 hours per week). The role could be split over 2 or 3 days per week depending on the preference of the candidate).

Salary range - Up to £40k per annum (pro-rata)


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Why work with us?



  • Extremely rewarding work

    If you get a buzz from enriching the lives of others and making a positive difference every day, then you can be sure that your journey with Trinity Homecare will be immensely rewarding.

  • Best-in-class training

    From our Care Certificate training to our partnership with Nescot College, you'll have many opportunities to build your skills and develop your career with us. We're an approved training centre with the NCFE and this enables us to take you to QCF Level 2 & 3 in Health & Social Care.

  • A great team to work with

    We are a professional but friendly bunch with care at the forefront of our hearts and minds. By joining our Trinity Homecare team, you can be safe in the knowledge that you’ll have our support along whichever career pathway you choose.

  • Highly competitive pay, great incentives and rewards

    We benchmark our pay against our competitors to ensure we are always paying top rates. We recognise our colleagues who are the heroes of our service and we are proud to reward our colleagues with awards for their hard work and dedication.

Our values

We’re personal. We’re trusted. We’re caring. Our values remain at the forefront of our hearts and minds so you can rely on your colleagues to offer you support, motivation, commitment and positivity.

How are we personal?
We have never lost sight of our clients and colleagues as individuals. Achievements of any scale don’t go unnoticed and we take the time to reward our colleagues for their hard work and dedication.

How are we trusted?
As an approved NCFE training centre, we actively encourage everyone to pursue their own journey with us and we provide pathways to progress your own career of a lifetime through industry recognised qualifications.

How are we caring?
You’ll find that your colleagues are compassionate, empowering and endlessly supportive individuals. We all genuinely care about enriching the lives of others by going beyond the call of duty to make a real difference.


Our values resonate through everything we do here at Trinity Homecare and we're delighted to be a Surrey Care Award finalist for the 'Innovation and Good Practice in Staff Recruitment and Retention Award'!

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