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Clyde Finance Officer - job post

UK Government - Ministry of Defence
£19,911 a year



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A copy of the Terms of Reference are attached


The successful candidate should ideally have good organisational skills with attention to detail. A sound working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications with strong Excel skills being an advantage.
AAT intermediate /Technician qualification desirable


We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:

  • Seeing the Big Picture
  • Changing and Improving
  • Making Effective Decisions
  • Leadership
  • Delivering at Pace
  • Working Together



The MOD provides an excellent opportunity to develop skills through personal development and offers flexible working, excellent annual leave and maternity allowances and a very competitive pension scheme.

Navy Command offers support and development in your career, including apprenticeships, that you can undertake as part of your role. An apprenticeship is a combined package of work and training. Through an apprenticeship, you will gain professional knowledge, practical experience and wider skills required for their job and future career. The successful candidate can discuss their development options with their manager when in post.

In Navy Command we understand the everyday commitments both inside and outside the workplace, so our aim is to provide the flexibility to maintain a great work-life balance. We also offer an impressive range of on-site facilities including car parking, retail catering and restaurant facilities , recreation and sports facilities. There is also a nursery within close proximity.

Navy Command is going through a significant Transformation Programme, which aims to improve the way Navy Command conducts its business and delivers key outputs. Because of this, all posts within Navy Command Headquarters are subject to review and potential change. These changes may be minor or could be more substantive and in a small number of cases could result in posts being disestablished or no longer required. In such circumstances, any staff who are displaced from their current role will be subject to the MOD Redeployment policy and process. Every effort will be made to support any displaced staff as part of the wider rebalancing of the Navy Command workforce. The Navy Transformation Programme is committed to following the MOD policy framework on Managing People Through Change, which places an emphasis on early and open consultation.

This post does not offer any assistance with relocation allowances.

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