ROLE EFFECTIVE: As soon as possible

HOURS: 40-45 hours a week, Mon-Fri

LOCATION: The Creamery HQ, Salt River

We are a small company that both manufactures and sells ice cream. Our Financial Administrator will be responsible for: 


  • Finalising and submitting payroll data
  • Maintaining and reconciling debtor and creditor books
  • Compiling data for payments and sales reports
  • Ensuring accuracy of allocations on accounting software
  • Maintaining and updating cashflow forecast with assistance from external accountants 
  • Reviewing invoices and bills for statutory compliance and approval on accounting software


  • Raising purchase orders, invoices and delivery notes
  • Checking sales data
  • Stock ordering
  • Credit and other financial applications
  • Data inputting and checking on ERP, POS and other systems
  • Wholesale quotations
  • Audit preparation

This is a great position for someone with bookkeeping experience who wants to grow in responsibility, be exposed to many facets of manufacturing and retail business, and is happy being a self-motivated, organised one-person department in the heart of a professional, friendly work environment.


R12,000-15,000 cost to company, depending on experience and the corresponding level of assistance that will be required from our external accountants


  •   SA ID or valid work permit
  •   Fluent in spoken and written English
  •   Matric certificate
  •   Degree or Diploma in accounting or related field with two years’ experience, OR 3+ years of experience in a bookkeeper role
  •  Excel (able to create templates, do basic formulas)


To apply, please send your CV to, with the subject: Financial Administrator Application. Instead of sending a cover note, please answer these seven questions in your email.

  1. Describe your personality in three words or phrases
  2. Describe your work style in three words or phrases
  3. Explain briefly one new system, checklist or form you created in your current job, and explain why you are proud of it.
  4. Name three key things you think a finance administrator should be scored on in a performance review.
  5. What 3 qualities are most important for you in an employer?
  6. What’s one thing your current or previous employer could work on improving? 
  7. What are the worst habits that slip into generally well run finance departments?

We only consider and respond to applicants who follow these instructions correctly.