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Cashier - Bristol

Full Time
Job Sector:
Financial Services / Insurance
Bristol, Bristol City Centre
Salary description:
Negotiable on experience
Start Date:
As soon as possible
Kings Court Trust
Job Ref:

Cashier - Bristol

Salary: £18,000 - £22,000 per annum - negotiable on experience
Location: Bristol (Central)
Full-time: 37.5 hours per week

Please Note - This is an office-based role, however we are prepared to support with some home working

Role Overview

We are looking to expand our Finance Team and have a great opportunity for a motivated, pro-active and value driven individual to join us as a Cashier.
The Cashier role will be an integral part of a fast-paced Finance Team, providing highly administrative and transactional support. This role requires a ‘can do’ attitude, great attention to detail, as well as a willingness to learn. Due to the busy nature of this position time management and organisation are key, as well as a friendly, helpful and positive outlook around the office.
Whilst professional experience is of high importance to us as a business in finding the right candidates, it is of equal importance that they are a suitable fit for the culture we offer as a business. We uphold four core values and behaviours: Pro-activity,
Professionalism, Pride and Politeness. The right candidate will uphold these values in all aspects of their work whilst inspiring their colleagues to do the same.
For the right individual we are equally happy to consider those with experience of Cashiering as well as those who have supported a Finance Team before, but are looking or the opportunity to develop and grow into this role

Key Skills:

Commercial and business awareness.
Highly numerically-literate with sound technical skills appropriate to working within Finance.
Strong attention to detail with the ability to produce highly accurate work to strict deadlines within a Finance Team or Finance environment.
The ability to organise and prioritise their own work and deliver against challenging deadlines.
Equally effective when working as an individual as well as being part of a team.
A great communicator with the ability to build strong working relationships.
Pro-active with a strong sense of initiative and the confidence to challenge Finance processes.


A minimum of 12 months experience working within a Finance Team.
Demonstrable experience of processing finance transactions in a fast-paced team.
Strong Excel skills, and competent in Word, Outlook and other core MS Office functions.

Experience in a Cashiering role.
A legal cashiering qualification.
Experience of; Proclaim ideal but not essential.
Experience working within legal or financial services.

Key Responsibilities

Review and process of cashiering slips created by the case handling team for client account payments.
Processing receipts into the client account and raising slips for receipts and unallocated receipts.
Transfer unallocated receipts to a suspense matter and match unallocated receipts to the correct matter.
Create bank files for client payments and upload onto the bank ready for approval.
Reconcile cashbook transactions to the bank statement and prepare postings for unreconciled items.
Contact payer for unallocated receipts and attempt to allocate to the correct matter.
Review of unpresented cheques, process aged cheques and reissue.
Write cheques and prepare for correct signatories.
Posting disbursements to the ledger.
All other areas of admin support within the Finance Team as and when required.

Staff Benefits:

25 days Holiday Entitlement (Increasing annually to 30).
Buy or Sell up to 5 days holiday per year.
Health Cash Plan – Cash back for Dental, optical and other treatments.
PERKS – Employee discounts across a range of high street products.
Income protection insurance.
Life assurance policy
Company pension (Matched contribution up to 5%).
12 weeks Enhanced Parental leave policy.
Cycle to work scheme.
Employee Assistance Programme.
Free Office Fruit.
Premium “Bean to Cup” coffee machine.

Kings Court Trust:

We aim to be the most successful and respected estate administration business in the UK. A regulated business, founded in 2002, we only do one thing: estate administration. We are totally focused on our purpose, helping families to move on. Our business partners refer their clients to us and we provide our innovative and highly customer focused service to the family. As a result of this, we provide value to our partners. This value can be achieved by tailoring the outcome to the business partner depending on their service or commercial requirements. In the existing solicitor channel we use the Title Research brand.

Title Research has a fifty year heritage with solicitors providing specialist people tracing and asset repatriation services worldwide. These services are provided thousands of times a year to existing solicitor clients of Title Research.

Kings Court Trust wants to meet the aims and commitments set out in its equal opportunities policy statement. This includes not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010 and building an accurate picture of the make-up of the workforce in encouraging equality and diversity.

Company Description

At Kings Court Trust, we occupy a unique, privileged position.

We are called upon at a sensitive time when families are still going through the stages of grief, but there is an acceptance that certain realities need to be addressed.

What can interrupt this healing process? Unnecessary stress. Anxiety. Unexpected obstacles. A gruelling or difficult estate administration experience.

We do everything in our power to make sure that this doesn’t happen to the families that entrust us to take care of their estate administration.

Every action, decision and service we offer goes some way to achieving our purpose - helping you and your family to move on.

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