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About the job
As Station Cashier you will be responsible for the operation of the Non Public and Public bank account, this a customer focused role and forms an integral part of the Business Team at RAF Marham.
There are mandated courses for both Public and Non Public accounting.
This position is advertised at 37 hours per week
The safe custody and proper accounting for Public Funds separately from Service Funds monies. The Cashier is also responsible for the maintenance of the UNICOM Cashbook Receive and disperse Public and Service Funds cash.
Balance Public cash in hand daily against the UNICOM Cash Book. Annotate RAF FORM 5963 (Paper Cashbook) in your own handwriting.
All cash surplus or deficit are to be notified to OC Accts Flt or the Business Manager, in the absence of OC Accounts Flt, immediately prior to balancing for the day, with all surplus cash secured in the appropriate safe.
Requisition, issue and account for all foreign currency.
Issue and receive Flight Sub-Imprests (FSIs) and Exercise and Operational Imprests (EOIs) when required.
Act as custodian for all Accountable Document Forms (ADF’s), ensuring that bulk stocks are properly accounted for and stored and that the Register is accurately maintained.
Ensure that monthly Control Account returns are forwarded to the relevant office as instructed by the RMH Cash Office.
Arrange for the exchange of Cashier’s keys at MGR on a six-monthly basis.
Using the UNICOM Function, keep a record of all CO’s Fund requests, whilst ensuring set limits are not exceeded and ensuring that public grants for this and Sports and Welfare are calculated promptly every four months.
All EPIC and Clothing Store payments are to be actioned on JPA following receipt of correct paperwork from authorising departments, providing signatures have been collected from personnel affected.
Co-ordinate all Railcard returns from squadrons, collate and submit monthly to Air Cmd.
You are to ensure that T Letter and DIN Registers are kept up to date and circulated regularly
Register all miscellaneous payments on Bills Direct and ensure authority (by way of an Authorised Signatory Register) is held for payment and certificates are provided where appropriate.
Register all invoices on Web Iris to ensure organisations are billed for services.
Assist with additional ad-hoc tasks.
Acting as deputy OIC SFAS in the absence of OIC SFAS, including holding the Service Funds bank account for a minimum period of 10 days within the Financial Year, in line with QR(RAF) 75(5).
Acting as SNCO IC SFAS and supervising the work of the SFAS clerks.
The safe custody and proper accounting for Service Funds separately from Public monies. The SFAS Cashier is also responsible for the maintenance of the Sage cashbook and safe custody of the Service Funds safe key.
Where responsibility for the cash balance is handed over to a person other than OIC SFAS, ensuring that a formal handover/takeover check is carried out and the individuals handing over and taking over responsibility sign as doing so.
The maintenance and monitoring of the cash paying-in programme.
The provision of routine cash handling service for individual funds including the receipt and disbursement of Service Funds cash as authorised by responsible fund officials, ensuring that a receipt is issued for all monies received. Maintaining a list of all personnel authorised to approve payments on behalf of each fund and activity.
Reconciling the cash in hand with the Sage cashbook balance at the end of each working day and completing the reconciliation certificate on the cashbook print in your own handwriting.
Paying cash into the Service Funds bank account on a regular basis so as to ensure that the cash holding limit set by the Stn Cdr is not exceeded.
Referring to OIC SFAS any matter that comes to attention affecting policy, management or control of individual Service Funds or activities.
Candidates should be good with working with numbers and cash and need to be accurate when working with both. Sage and cashiering experience would be useful but not essential.
We’ll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:
Managing a Quality Service
Delivering at Pace
Making Effective Decisions
• Learning and development tailored to your role
• An environment with flexible working options
• A culture encouraging inclusion and diversity
• A Civil Service pension
This post does not offer any assistance with relocation allowances.
Please be advised that the Department is conducting a review of all pay related allowances which could impact on those allowances that the post currently being advertised attracts.
To apply for this job please visit www.civilservicejobs.service.gov.uk.