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Adminstrator, Finance


Position and Submission Process


Administrator, Finance - Updated

Hours: 28 – 35 hours/week (*NEGOTIABLE)

Compensation: Commensurate with experience ($40,000 – $47,000)

Application deadline: October 8th, 2021
Anticipated start date: October 18th, 2021



Reporting to the Executive Director, the Administrator, Finance is responsible for performing a variety of financial and administrative duties. The position is responsible for strategizing on and planning for financial goals by working daily to achieve and maintain the financial health of London Arts Council. The Administrator, Finance will maintain accurate records and is required to always remain compliant with all laws and London Arts Council’s policies and practices. This means London Arts Council’s Administrator, Finance will have high ethics, integrity, and accountability.


Financial duties include:

  • Preparing and posting receipts, deposits, purchase orders, invoices, refunds, and other standard bookkeeping tasks

  • Managing accounts receivable and accounts payable

  • Developing, monitoring, and reconciling budgets

  • Coordinating all financial reporting to the Executive Director

  • Liaising with LAC’s partners, collaborators, and peers, as required

  • Preparing and submitting government financial documents

  • Developing and streamlining operational efficiencies

  • Maintaining current knowledge of all financial regulations, requirements, and laws impacting the organization

  • Meeting with the Executive Director to plan, discuss, and seek approval for required adjustments to budgets and reporting

  • Supporting LAC’s annual audit process

  • Provide financial reports for board meetings, grant reports and other reports as required

  • Other financial items as required

Administrative duties may include:

  • Attending meetings as required

  • Managing schedules for appointments and deadlines 

  • Developing and maintaining administrative processes

  • Keeping an organized file system



  • University or College Bachelor’s Degree in finance, commerce, accounting, or similar

  • Minimum three years of work experience in finance

  • Practical experience with accounting software (such as QuickBooks) and spreadsheets (such as MS Excel)

  • Able to quickly learn and adapt to new software and processes

  • A solid understanding of bookkeeping procedures including crediting and debiting appropriate accounts, posting entries to ledger accounts, and reconciling accounts

  • Experience with payroll and source deductions

  • Effective written and verbal communication skills

  • Works well in a team environment

  • High level of critical thinking and logical analysis

  • Good organizational and time management skills

  • Able to work well under pressure and meet all deadlines

  • Always keeps the highest standard of compliance and confidentiality

  • Experience working or volunteering in arts and/or non-profit organizations is an asset

Please use the link below to submit your information. Applications submitted through other methods will not be considered.

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