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اینستاگرام

تلگرام

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ENGLAND

Wallingford
Full-time, Permanent
£۴۰,۰۰۰ – £۵۰,۰۰۰ a year
In2 Consult are currently partnering with a rapidly growing company in Wallingford who are looking for a Management Accountant with extensive business partnering experience to join their team on a permanent basis.
Job Responsibilities;Monthly management packs, annual budgets, quarterly forecasts, weekly cash flow forecasting, variance analysis, etc.
Be responsible for the interpretation of results.
Development of the financial reporting process.
Ensure operational budget/forecast are integrated.
Ensure that cost budgets are zero based and waste is dealt with.
Develop and or enhance systems of financial control aimed at ensuring all costs are adequately controlled.Person Specification;

ACCA/CIMA/ACA Qualified or Finalist with proven experience
Knowledge of cost accounting, FP&A and financial control in an operational finance role.
Consumer goods experience.


ENGLAND

Job Title: Management Accountant – Housing Operations

Location: Bradford

Salary: Up to £۴۰,۰۰۰ DOE

Contract Type: Permanent

Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours

About Us

Anchor Hanover Group is the largest provider of specialist housing and care for people in later life in England, employing more than 9,000 people throughout England. We provide more than 60,000 homes for older people, and are a trusted care provider with more than 100 care homes.

We know that quality services start with quality people. We work hard to be recognised as a leading employer and are committed to retaining and attracting the best in our industry.

At Anchor Hanover Group we believe in values. We are Accountable, Respectful, Courageous and Honest. We believe our people should be proud of the work they do making a difference to society and our customers.

About the role

Your role will be to ensure strong governance and consistent management accounts and financial reporting for Housing Operations, including overseeing and monitoring an effective control environment. You will provide support to the business as a valued and trusted support team member and ensure that information is timely and accurate and that interpretation is provided that will support and promote sound business decision making.

You will produce accurate monthly management accounts and financial information including interpretation and commentary for stakeholders whilst taking ownership of the monthly forecasting process in both the income and expenditure account and the balance sheet including: –

Production of reports and interpretation of impact

Communication of output to stakeholders

Overall control of annual budget cycle with all reporting

About you

You will be ACCA qualified or equivalent with a proven track record of working with a variety of accounting and reporting systems. You will have experienced in the production and interpretation of the period end accounts as well as MI and KPI reports. Housing knowledge is desirable but not essential.

You will have strong technical skills including financial reporting, budgeting, finance processes & controls; you will also possess excellent IT skills including an understanding of accounting systems.

You will be well organised with the ability to work on own initiative. You will have a high degree of attention to detail with ability to see the bigger picture.

You will have the ability to interact with stakeholders of all levels and be able to influence colleagues across a matrix organisation.

As England’s largest not-for-profit provider of care and housing for older people, we’re able to negotiate great deals and benefits for our people. Here are just a few of the things you’ll get when you work with Anchor Hanover Group:

  • ۲۵ days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Buy and sell annual leave
  • Exclusive discounts on high-street shopping
  • ۲۰% off mobile phone contracts
  • ۲۵% off Private Healthcare
  • Contributory pension, 4% from you and 4% from us

 

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ENGLAND

External Adverts

There’s something special about working for The Southern Co-operative. Not only because we are a successful, growing business but because we work together to make a positive difference to the local economy, environment and our local communities.

We are looking for an Assistant Management Accountant to join our team to support the Management Accountant and the COO End of Life Services (ELS), in achieving the ELS financial reporting deadlines which fully support the overall corporate plan and long term aims of the Southern Co-op.

Key Responsibilities

    • Own the monthly Management Accounts Reporting function, ensuring that periodic deadlines are met and that output is maintained to high standards. Inclusive of Management Accounts production, variance analysis and presentation of results.
    • Quarterly re-forecast production for ELS business areas.
    • Work closely with ROM’s and SOM’s to provide support for any finance related queries and to provide a monthly review of financial performance. Own and manage monthly BAU financial performance meetings with ELS management at all levels from COO to SOM. Challenge performance and provide key action points for follow up based on performance.
    • Own and be responsible for the completion and production of the funeral plan investment to be sent to our investment partners on a monthly basis. Manage the Funeral Planning administrators to provide the correct information for reconciliation by specified dates, in order that the reconciled payment deadlines are met.
    • Direct Responsibility for the management and delivery of timely ELS BAU financial reporting, including the Crematoriums and Clayton Wood.
    • All other bond accounting including accounting for bond deficits and bond excesses.
    • Management of the weekly interface from the Funeral arrangement Software to Agresso, ensuring that consistency and accuracy is maintained. Review financial sales reporting output to ensure that resulting output is understood and is logical prior to circulation to ELS Management.
    • Manage the ELS Credit Controller to provide an ELS Bad Debt Provision on a monthly basis in a timely manner. Credit note actioning for relevant accounts.
    • Regular communication with Funeral Homes and Hubs with EMC related finance issues. To manage the resolution of these issues with our third party suppliers from Inception.
    • Work with inter-departmental colleagues from banking and transaction processing to resolve BAU issues that arise related to ELS business areas.
    • Provide a weekly reconciliation of funeral volume numbers reported and interfaced on a weekly basis.
    • Prepare and provide an analysis on the ELS business financial KPI performance on a weekly basis, supported by the ELS Accounts Assistant.
    • Production, commentary and circulation of ELS masonry performance for financial periods and the year to date.
    • Monthly balance sheet reconciliations for key ELS control accounts.
    • Monthly reconciliation of funeral debtors to the funeral arrangement system.
    • Monthly preparation of the ELS board pack commentary for circulation to the senior leadership team.
    • Responsible for production of reliable BAU financial output to ELS Management Accountant for Strategic Financial Modelling purposes.
    • Compile and complete the Annual ELS Budget alongside the ELS Management Accountant. Taking responsibility for assigned budget areas.
    • Responsible for preparation and completion of year end Statutory Accounts for multiple statutory entities in accordance with year end work programmes.
    • Own required reporting and provide necessary evidence, documentation and assistance related to the external financial audits. Liaise with Auditors as required.
    • Other relevant Finance related ad hoc duties as and when required by the ELS Management Accountant.
    • Management of the EMC Financial Training Course, including both content and delivery management.
    • Manage the ELS Accounts Assistant and mentor this role.

Key Experience, Knowledge and skills

  • Qualified or Finalist of ( CIMA / ACCA/ ACA). (Study support to be provided).
  • AAT Qualified.
  • End of Life Services Experience desirable.
  • Experience of owning multiple business P&L’s for monthly reporting.
  • Ability to manage multiple deadline simultaneously to desired levels of output.
  • Experience in a fast paced Finance environment with ability to switch focus when required.
  • Experience of financial presentations to managers at all levels.
  • Good communications skills with the experience of, and ability to, challenge and influence operations colleagues.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to communicate financial information to non-finance colleagues to ensure understanding.
  • Ability to manage own workload accordingly to enable deadlines to be met.
  • High attention to detail and prioritisation orientated approach to work
  • Proficient in the use of Excel supported by generally high levels of IT literacy.
  • Flexible with the ability to operate to tight period end deadlines.
  • Will to progress and manage others to produce desired outputs.
  • Experience of TM1 / Cognos / Agresso would be beneficial but not essential.
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ENGLAND

Job Summary
An exciting opportunity for a Finance Assistant has become available at our Aerospace manufacturing facility in East Cowes, Isle of Wight.

The successful Candidate will p rovide reporting and guidance for all financial aspects of the UK Technology RU. To include reporting, monitoring and influencing all UK reported project spend as well as monitoring and reporting costs incurred within the technology overhead functions.
Job Responsibilities
Manage purchase ledger, monitoring payments and carrying out creditor reconciliations
Raising sales ledger invoices, monitoring payment receipts and carrying out debtor reconciliations.
Bank reconciliations and communicating cash movements to the Finance Team.
Assist the Technology Accountant with Technology project reviews to include actual costs, forecasts and key milestones.
Manage the audit process for UK and EU funded grant projects
Monitor progress of actual costs, forecasts and key milestones.
Preparation of the Monthly VAT return for Reporting Unit
Undertake Finance continuous improvement projects in line with the functional strategy
Assist in ensuring governance compliance with Reporting Unit
Other duties as required to support the finance team in the execution of their duties.

Qualifications and Skills

Formal Qualifications

Essential

Formal qualification (beyond GCSE) and relevant experience as appropriate
Part qualified member of CIMA, ACCA, ACA or similar (or studying to attain a professional accountancy qualification).

Desirable

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or equivalent.

Specific Functional Capabilities, Knowledge and Skills Required

Essential

Highly IT literate (Excel and PowerPoint)
Ability to communicate at all levels.
Ability to work on own initiative, with flexibility in a fast paced environment

Desirable

Experience of working within a Finance function, with ERP system
Experience of Government Funding

 

 

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