Client Accountant

United Kingdom
£30k plus DoE & Qualifications
07 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Client Accountant Location: London NW1 5QT Salary: £30k plus depending on qualifications & experience Job Type: Full time, Permanent Client Accountant duties will include; - Preparing financial statements, commentaries and budgets for management or client reports; - Examination of the organisation's accounts, analysing risk, inspecting the organisation's current Practices, investigating any financial irregularities and recommending improvements; - Reviewing, implementing and adapting new and existing financial systems and controls; - Producing and analysing annual and monthly accounts; - Providing regular financial reports, as and when they are needed; - Managing expenditure, credit, payroll and investments; - Liaising with clients (individuals or businesses) or non-financial members of staff, providing financial information and advice; - Advising managers on financial policy and control, such as the costs and benefits of a particular project; - Dealing with, and advising on tax issues, ensuring compliance with tax legislation; - Advising clients on areas of business improvement, or dealing with insolvency; - Negotiating business terms with associated organisations such as suppliers; - Managing colleagues. The Ideal Client Accountant will need the following: - Minimum 2 years of experience in financial and service charge accounts in UK. - AAT qualified is advantageous - A professional outlook with regard to appearance, behaviour and attitude - Use initiative and take a proactive and problem solving approach to complex queries - A methodical approach with strong prioritisation and organisational skills - A professional manner with the ability to provide excellent service - Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Client Accountant Benefits - 21 days holiday plus bank holidays - Career progression If you feel that you may be suitable for this Client Accountant role then please apply now!
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