Income Administrator
Oxford

Vacancy Reference: 000644

Location: Oxford

Employment Type: Permanent – Full Time

Function: Accounting & Finance

Company: PS Aspire

Terms of reference
 
To provide professional, accurate and efficient support to Punter Southall Aspire for the recording and reconciliation of income.  Processing and settling received commission, adviser charges and fees; investigating queries and liaising with PS Aspire staff and providers to ensure accurate income is received; and reporting regular management information. Operating within the governance and operating requirements of the Punter Southall Group. 
Key responsibilities and accountabilities
 
Including, but not limited to: 
 
  • Ensuring income is accurately logged into the PS Aspire back office systems
  • Maintain up-to-date income receipts and debits records
  • Reconciling statements from providers with bank statements and expectations
  • Identifying anomalies and investigating queries by liaising with Group Finance, Providers and PS Aspire staff
  • Saving commission statements for easy reference and audit purposes
  • Supporting the Senior Associate and finance team to meet month and year end reconciliation and reporting requirements
  • Helping respond to auditor questions
  • To follow the set processes and procedures for managing income reconciliation
  • Adhering to data protection protocols and all of the Financial Conduct Authority’s Treating Customers Fairly consumer, conduct risk requirements
  • Meet all compliance and Group governance requirements, including completion of all mandatory compliance training.
  • At times, the job holder may have to undertake other activities of a similar nature.
 
Competencies
 
Knowledge and experience
  • Experience of working in a professional office environment
  • Some experience of accounting systems and income reconciliation would be ideal
  • Competent use of Microsoft Office applications, with good Excel skills
 
Training, education and qualification
  • Educated to a minimum of Higher/A Level or Degree or equivalent standard
  • Strong Maths and English GCSE or equivalent qualification - minimum grade B
 
 Skills, abilities and personal qualities
 
In addition to the necessary experience, qualifications and academic achievements, the incumbent should be able to demonstrate the following key attributes:
  • Demonstrate an ability to learn quickly and apply knowledge
  • Takes pride in work, with a good attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy
  • Strong interpersonal abilities, able to forge strong working relationships with colleagues and clients.
  • Able to work efficiently and accurately to deadlines while managing expectations
  • Is willing to suggest ways of innovating and improving efficiencies in processes and procedures
  • Willing to seek solutions to problems 
  • Able to accept feedback from colleagues, including from the Income Reconciliation Senior Associate 
  • A high degree of professional integrity
  • Ability to work as part of a team and individually
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic approach to work, in particular taking responsibility for personal and technical continuous professional development
  • Good organisational and planning skills
  • Able to communicate across different teams
  • Wishes to develop personally within the role
 

 

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