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Expenses Administrator

North WestFull Time / Fixed Term Contract
£23,700

Are you a high achiever looking to use your performance mindset for an organisation with a purpose?

 

At Ingeus, our passion is enabling better lives.  Join us as an Expense Administrator and be proud of playing your part in the COVID recovery. 

As an Expense Administrator, you will ensure that essential acquisitions are made with necessary paperwork completed in line with requirements of the programme; engagement with regions, suppliers, outlets and internal teams, via remote methods such as the telephone and in writing to ensure accurate records are obtained and maintained.

Am I suited to being an Expense Administrator?

Our Expense administrators are well organised, adaptable and resourceful and have the ability and confidence to build relationships with colleagues and outside organisations. Is this you?

A typical week will involve delivering engaging virtual services, utilising our specialist systems and applications and ...

  • Manage the efficient purchase of staff and participant requirements across the region.
  • To keep accurate records of all staff and participant purchases on Ingeus’s database, excel trackers and manual paperwork.
  • To manage, order and administer, staff and participant payments, vouchers, BACS, manager’s credit card, checking of invoices in line with Finance processes and procedures.
  • To ensure that adequate forms, receipts and supporting evidence exists for all staff and client payments.
  • Set up New Suppliers as required to meet regions procurement needs.
  • Ensure that bulk orders are pre-planned where necessary, pre-planning sign-off’s where possible.  
  • To provide support including; answering calls in a timely, professional manner and escalating messages accordingly
  • To complete tasks/projects as directed by manager when required.
  • To support the Team Manager/Head of Delivery in managing the performance of providers/outlets against a range of key performance indicators, compliance, and quality standards.
  • To provide feedback to regions in relation to the quality and completion of participant paperwork.
  • Manage HODs credit expenditure, ensure within credit limit or alert when nearing limit. 
  • Regional reconciliation of expenditure, monthly, with weekly updates and daily tracking.
  • To be accountable for the quality and compliance of participant files through completing 100% checks on all paperwork and electronic records.
  • To complete the reconciliation process in accordance with compliance procedures.

 

The Programme

This role is part of our Job Entry Targeted Support (JETS) contract. This contract is designed to help our North West residents who have been unemployed and in receipt of benefits for at least 13 weeks, to find sustained work.

We work with a range of people throughout including our dedicated Employer Account Managers, Employability Professionals, Group Facilitators and local community organisations to create a support package to help our participants find the right job.

A bit about us

In 2019, Ingeus became part of APM Group, an international human-services provider enabling better lives through employment, skills, justice, youth and assessment services.

Our 5,500 team members work within the Ingeus, APM, Ross, WCG and Assure brands in 671 locations across ten countries. In the UK, Ingeus works in partnership with people, business and communities to deliver services in four key areas:

 

  • Employment – Recruitment and employment services to create sustainable jobs and careers 
  • Health – Services to help people lead healthy, independent lives
  • Youth services – Social and personal development programmes for young people
  • Justice – Rehabilitation, skills and employment services to breaking the cycle of re-offending

 

Why join us

Ingeus is a forward thinking, collaborative, values-based organisation and you will join a team that thrives on making a difference.

Our aim is to give local people the knowledge and independence to create better lives for themselves and their communities through employment. We have a commitment to delivering quality interventions which means we support your continuous development. You will also have access to our bespoke online learning and career development platform.

 

Not enough?

Being part of our team means you can take advantage of our competitive pay structures and benefits package which include:

  • 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Life insurance
  • Private medical care
  • Company pension
  • Enhanced family leave policies
  • Additional leave for personal development and community volunteering
  • Flexible Benefits Package including the opportunity to buy those extra perks such as extra annual leave, critical illness cover, dental insurance and discounted gym membership and wellbeing services

 

So, what are you waiting for?

Apply now and let’s start enabling better lives together.

Additional information: Ingeus is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. Employment will commence following a basic DS check.Ingeus is proud to be a Disability Confident Leader and welcomes applications from applicants with different abilities.

We may need to close the advert earlier than planned, if we receive the numbers and quality of candidates required; so don’t miss out, apply today if you’re interested!

 

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495958

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At Ingeus we provide services for people, business and communities in employment, skills, health and justice. We value diversity and inclusion and as a Disability Confident leader, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and an Armed Forces Covenant supporter we welcome applications from all parts of the community regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or background.