From 29th July – 9th August we will be partnering with Margaret’s Music Ltd and South London Samba to provide FREE drumming classes at The Green community centre in Nunhead for aspiring musicians aged 10-17.
Everyone is welcome, whether you’ve played for years or have never touched a drum!
Classes will be from 4-5:30pm on the following dates:
Monday 29th July Tuesday 30th July Wednesday 31st July Thursday 1st August Monday 5th August Tuesday 6th August Wednesday 7th August Friday 9th August (4-6:30pm)
During the classes the band will learn three drumming pieces and develop their rhythmic skills.
On Friday 9th they will take to the streets in their SLS t-shirts* to perform the pieces they have learned. The first performance will be on Nunhead Green, then they will head to Peckham Rye Park to do a final show!
*A voluntary donation of £10 is asked for to cover the cost of band t-shirts
Can’t make it? Don’t worry, we will be starting (FREE!) weekly classes very soon. For more information send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Adam on 07507445952
We are looking for an experienced accountant or bookkeeper to support the Green Community Centre with its financial management. The tasks in this role vary from processing income and payments in our finance system and managing the balance-sheet to preparing summary financial reports for our board. This is a flexible part-time role of approximately 1 day a week. It would suit someone comfortable with using finance systems, preferably QuickBooks. Pay is up to £20 per hour depending on skills and experience.
Ideal candidate will have a finance qualification, be partly qualified or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge and experience of working as a bookkeeper, with practical finance experience. You will have a good knowledge of finance systems such as QuickBooks, Excel, and be confident dealing with people. You will also have strong communications skills and be comfortable multi-tasking. If you believe you have these skills, please apply.
To apply please send us your CV and a brief statement outlining why you are suitable for the job, along with the Equal opportunities form, to Jasmin Bukic, centre manager email@example.com by 10:00 am on 18th February 2019. Please note, we will only be able to contact the shortlisted candidates, so if you have not heard from us by 21st February presume your application unsuccessful.
Main Job Duties:
Recording financial transactions in
Handling accounts payable and
Managing profit and loss statements
and balance sheets
Maintaining balance sheet ledgers
Filing historical records and
retrieving necessary documents as required
Monitoring debt levels and ensuring
compliance with debt controls
Recording cash receipts and
handling bank deposits
Maintaining petty cash
Matching transactions in QB and completing
Preparing reports for the finance
sub-committee and the board
Monitoring actuals versus budgets
Additional bookkeeping duties as
designated by management
Working knowledge of accounting systems, preferably QuickBooks
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