Bookkeeper - part time

The role

If our Mission, Vision and Values speak to you then come and join us as our bookkeeper ensuring the maintenance of accurate records of all financial transactions and production of comprehensive management reports for the charity.

The ideal candidate

Will ensure the maintenance of accurate records of all financial transactions and be able to produce comprehensive management reports.  You will support and advise the CEO and Finance Committee to develop and implement good practice in relation to the financial management and control of the Charity, ensuring they both understand and comply with relevant accounting and charity legislation.

You will have the experience, skills and knowledge detailed in the full job description and person specification to fulfill this role. 

What KDC Offer

  • 21 hours per week
  • £25,000.00 pro rata per annum
  • 27 days annual leave to start plus statutory public holidays (pro rata)
  • 2 days additional leave during Christmas and New Year period (pro rata)
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Annual Business Planning day
  • Annual team away day 
  • 2 year fixed term contract initially

To Apply

Read the full job description and person specification then send your Letter of Application setting out how you meet the essential requirements sought for this post together with your up to date CV

By When? – No later than 13 December 
How? – Email both to recruitment


This post is subject to a DBS check.  We welcome applications from people who have personal experience of disability issues as well as all sections of the community.  

Disability Confident Employer

KDC have been awarded the Disability Confident Employer accreditation (previously Disability Two Ticks) in recognition of our commitment to the recruitment, employment and retention and career development of disabled people.  KDC is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

What we mean by disability: The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.

Guaranteed interview: The Disability Confident Employer accreditation includes a guaranteed interview for any disabled applicant who meets the essential criteria in the person specification for a job.  If you feel you are eligible for a guaranteed interview under the Disability Confident scheme, please email recruitment