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Now that everyone is returned from their summer holidays, we thought we would re-advertise this exciting part-time job vacancy which is available at the Bolesworth Estate. We know that one or two individuals were on holiday and missed the closing date. We have also decided to offer a more flexible working arrangement and the hours, therefore, will be negotiable.

We are looking to recruit a part-time experienced book-keeper to join the office team.

Duties to include bank reconciliation, sales invoicing, purchase ledger, nominal ledger record keeping, processing receipts, VAT returns and general office duties.

The applicant must have previous experience of working in accounts, including accounting software such as Sage Line 50.

Moreover, they must be self-motivated, flexible and be able to work as part of a team.

Applications by email please to alison@bolesworth.com or in writing to Alison Sharp, Bolesworth Estate Co Ltd, Estate Office, Tattenhall, Chester, CH3 9HQ.

The deadline is 18 September 2015.

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