Administration Officer - Community Care Finance [MOR03508]

The Moray Council

  • Location: Elgin
  • £19,604 to £21,489 per annum, SJC Grade 5 (36.25 hrs)
  • Hours: Part Time
  • Contact: Please see description
  • Reference: MOR03508

Job Description

To assist with the development and implementation of all financial procedures within the Community Care Finance Team to ensure the charges for Community Care Services are being applied in line with current legislation, policies and procedures as laid down by Central and Local Government.
Provide supervisory support to staff members of the Community Care Finance team.


Assist with the Development and Implementation of all Financial and Administrative Procedures relating to Community Care.
Calculate and Finalise Financial Assessments.
Assist with the Development, Creation and Implementation of IT software packages along with the Development and Creation of Training Manuals and Procedures for use within the Community Care Finance Section.
Advise Service Providers and Service User/Families in relation to Financial Contributions and Charges.
Assist with the supervision of staff.
Deputize for the Community Care Finance Officer as required.






The Individual

At least 3 years experience in a Financial position.
Supervisory Experience
Knowledge and understanding of Welfare Benefits.
4 SQA Standard Grades or equivalent (at level 3 or above including English and Mathematics/ Arithmetic)
Or evidence of career progression preferably in a Supervisory/ Financial setting.
Excellent numeracy, organisational and administrative skills.
Excellent communication skills both verbal & written.
Experience of using a range of computer packages including Microsoft Office, Excel etc.
Ability to resolve problems and cope with day to day pressures.
Ability to work to tight deadlines and to prioritise workload.
Self-confident and self-motivated
Appreciation, acceptance of and commitment to importance of confidentiality.
Ability to relate to colleagues, managers, outside agencies and also with members of the public in a tactful, discrete and empathetic manner.
Flexible in working patterns in both teamwork & areas of responsibility.
Approachable and dependable nature.
Ability to work in a shared office.
Flexibility to meet the needs and demands of the service.
Ability to work in different offices dependent on the service.

Closing Date: 21 December 2018
Starting Salary: £19,604 (pro rata)
£10.40 per hour
21.75 hours per week

Proposed Interview Date: W/C 14 January 2019

For further information contact Catherine Quinn 01343 567156


Applications must be made online at

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