Compton Care provides high quality, accessible care and support for people living with life limiting conditions. For over 40 years, they have been providing specialist palliative and end of life care to patients, and support for their families, helping them to navigate every aspect of life with a life limiting condition.

  • Supporting the Finance Manager and Accounts Office Manager in the day-to-day duties of the Finance Department.
  • Assisting with general duties within the Accounts Department including:
  • Banking – counting cash received, preparation of banking slips, coding of banking, liaising with Loomis on collection, dealing with any queries.
  • Processing (checking, coding, inputting, reconciliation, dispute resolution) of a range of documents onto the general ledger such as sales invoices, purchase invoices, purchase credit notes, journals, petty cash, payments etc.
  • General office duties such as filing, photocopying, printing, telephone queries etc.
  • Supporting the Finance Manager with tasks such as:
  • Processing the daily cash receipts – recording and control, safe storage and subsequent banking.
  • Coding and inputting sales invoices.
  • Coding and inputting purchase invoices.
  • Processing weekly shop sales.
  • Processing donated income (blue and white sheets).
  • Process direct payments.
  • Process nominal journals.
  • Assist with the preparation of the accounts at the month end including analysis.
  • Filing of invoices and other documents.
  • Assistance with the processing of staff and volunteers Travel Expenses.
  • Assist with ad-hoc accounts and budget preparation analysis.
  • To carry out any other reasonable requests and duties as instructed by the Accounts Office Manager , Finance Manager or Director of Finance.
  • Full day-to-day training will be provided by the employer.
  • This apprenticeship qualification is called Level 2 Accounts/Finance Assistant.
  • If you do not have grades A-C/9-4 in GCSE maths and English, you will be required to complete Level 1 Functional Skills maths and English.
  • The learning will be delivered by dedicated, industry-specialist tutors via remote or face-to-face sessions. The only exception are any speaking and listening assessments – these may be delivered in a classroom.
  • These session take place once per month, for roughly 2 hours, at a time convenient for both you and the employer.
  • You will also complete a Vendor or Professional Qualification alongside the apprenticeship, which is chosen by the employer to be most relevant to the job role. This will either be the AAT Level 2 Certificate in Accounting, the ACCA Certificate in Financial and Management Accounting (Level 2), the IAB Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping or the ICB Level 2 Certificate in Bookkeeping.
  • You can expect to be eligible for Accounting & Finance posts, or for a higher-level apprenticeship upon completing this apprenticeship.


Essential: Grades A*-C/9-4 in GCSE maths and English (or equivalent).