Up to £40000 per annum
about 1 year ago
A fantastic opportunity for an Accountant has arisen to join a growing company based in Welshpool. As Accountant, you will be responsible for providing operational and strategic financial insight to assist with business operations and sustainable growth. Our client offers a competitive salary along with personal progression and development. This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to progress in their career and to become part of a rapidly growing business.
Provide operational and strategic financial insight to assist with business operations and sustainable growth
Oversee and prepare monthly management accounts package and annual statutory accounts, including corporation tax computations, adhering to tight deadlines
Ensure that all the company's financial practices are in line with statutory regulations and legislation; update and implement financial policies and procedures as appropriate
Monitor financial accounting systems and processes to ensure quality systems, controls and best practice
Manage cash flow planning and monitoring; as final point of authorisation for all bank payments, ensure efficient anti-fraud checks are in place across the department; seek out methods to minimise financial risk
Identify cost savings across the department and the business, including personal tax savings for the owners
Oversee, review, and adhere to the budgets for each department; relay cost analysis and variances on monthly basis to assist with department budget planning and KPIs
Quarterly company-wide budgetary planning; including identifying upcoming and current capital requirements, initiating appropriate tax planning and securing attractive funding
Interpret complex financial information and provide updates and information as needed; including any costing or profitability ad hoc projects as requested by the board
Contract auditing and tax services to ensure financial monitoring is up to date
Create and maintain relationships with service providers and contractors, including banks, finance providers and accountants
Supervise financial assistants (two direct reports) and other employees in the facilitation of day to day operations, including tracking financial data, invoicing, payroll, pension etc
Work with human resources to secure candidates who will be an asset to the finance department; establish and implement a training programme for established and new finance employees.
Excellent change management and leadership skills: management experience; integrity; confidentiality; honesty; understanding of data privacy standards; exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal; thorough understanding of business principles; superior attention to detail; organisational skills; problem solving skills; research skills; analytical skills; critical thinking skills; computer skills.
Qualifications and Experience:
ACCA / ACA / CIMA qualification necessary. Part qualified will be considered if at the professional stage of the qualification. Membership preferred for CPD compliance
3+ years of accounting experience needed; commercial accounting desirable but will consider practice candidate
Excellent track record in academia; either AAT or a finance or non-finance degree.
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