Management Accountant

NA Finance
£30000 - £40000 per annum
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client is part of a global organisation with whom we are working on an exclusive basis. We are seeking a Management Accountant to join the finance division in a permanent role.

Duties will include:

  • Help streamline the current month end procedure, monthly accruals/prepayments with others in the finance team
  • Preparing Weekly and Monthly analysis relating to site performance versus month end accounts.
  • Forecasting site performances
  • Supporting site management understanding each site performances
  • Product & customer profitability
  • Help develop others in the finance team

This candidate should have a good understanding/experience of a fast paced organisation. Good systems / ERP knowledge would be advantageous

Excellent communications skills are imperative as well as the ability to work towards tight deadlines and good organisational skills. The candidate must have strong excel, v-lookup and pivot table skills. The role and business offers the scope for someone to continue to progress in their career. You will have the opportunity to get close to data and the sharp end of the business, allowing this successful candidate to really make an impact on the business. For more information please contact us in confidence.

Nicholas Associates Professional is a highly respected industry leading professional recruitment agency specialising exclusively in Executive Search and Selection, Construction, Engineering and Technical, and Finance and Accountancy roles across the UK and internationally. Working with many of the UK's most well-known client brands, we are passionate about matching the best talent to the best roles.

Nicholas Associates Professional is part of Nicholas Associates Group, a market leading partner of choice for talent management solutions, from Apprentice to Boardroom. For us, it's all about enabling people to be their best.

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