Milton Keynes College

Apprentice Income Administrator

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
£16,300 per year
30 Aug 2019
15 Sep 2019
Job Function
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Employer Name: ICAEW Limited

Working Week: Mon - Fri

Duration: 18 Months

Possible Start Date: 15/09/2019

To support the Income Team in their objective of providing a full back-office Finance function for the Institute and associated bodies, performing to the highest standards acting with integrity, consistency and openness to build a ‘best in breed’ culture.

Vacancy description

  • To provide support with the collection and allocation of Institute subscriptions, fee income and other income.
  • To learn and then undertake along with other members of the income team the maintenance of the Institute’s sales ledgers.
  • To learn, understand and then start to take responsibility for a small number of income cash and sub cash clearing accounts.
  • To provide support to the advisory team with resolving Member’s queries.

Things to consider

  • Please ensure that you are able to travel to the employers location.
  • Be comfortable around lots of people, we have an open plan office with around 80 office-based staff.
  • We do have a relaxed atmosphere and approach with each other, so someone whom is willing to participate and socialise with their colleagues.

ICAEW values – all staff are expected to work to these values

The 3 i’s – Initiative Insight and Integrity

3 i’s are the values that drive our attitude and approach to working at ICAEW, along with our ways of working being agile, collaborative and innovative.


  • Actively collaborating to identify needs and look for innovative solutions.
  • Bring together different groups and communities to work together.
  • Empowering people to be agile, so they can take ownership and harness the collective efforts of ICAEW in a flexible and responsive way.


  • Actively gathering insights to develop innovative and considered thought.
  • Collaborating with our networks to voice different perspectives and insights internally and externally to stimulate discussion and debate.
  • Being agile in finding new and timely ways to provide understanding and insight to our members, organisations and government.


  • Acting with transparency, consistency and openness as Integrity underpins all activity we undertake.
  • Standing by your principles to adhere to the highest professional standards even when facing adversity.
  • Doing the right thing, even when no one is looking.

Entry requirements

  • GCSE or equivalent in Maths and English, C/4 or above.
  • A Level – (preferably one in Maths C/4 or above).

Skills Required

  • MS office computer literate.

Personal Qualities

  • Desire for a career in a finance / accounting environment.
  • Able to prioritise and work under pressure.
  • Excellent Time Management and organisational skills.
  • Good communication skills (oral and written).

Please apply via the link.

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