Accounts Technician - Insurance (Derby)

Heat Recruitment
From £16,000 to £19,000 per annum
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

The Client:

Our client, a Chartered Insurance Broker based at an exclusive location, is looking for an experienced Accounts Technician to join their excellent team. If you want to work in a vibrant and unique workplace for a firm that is established and expanding, then look no further.

The Opportunity:

Due to a thriving and expanding portfolio, this firm requires an Accounts Technician to come in and hit the ground running. The contract will last until January 2019, as the company’s development has outgrown its current location, creating the need for the finance team to relocate to the Financial Hub of the World – London.

This role allows you to work with a leading Insurance Broker wherein the experience gained as an Accounts Technician will prove to be priceless. The role will consist of tasks such as daily processing and banking of all client and Insurer money received, reconciliation of clients’ bank accounts, payment and handling of queries for Insurers, and month end processing and reporting.

What’s needed for me to be considered?

·AAT, ACCA, ACA, ILCA Qualified/Part-Qualified preferable but not essential. Those Qualified by Experience will still be considered.

·Accountancy experience essential

·Previous Accounting experience in Insurance desirable

What Next?

Apply today to be considered for this opportunity. If suitable, one of our specialist consultants will be in contact to discuss the opportunity with you in detail prior to submitting your CV to the client. In this discussion, we will aim to identify your specific skills and motivations, and where appropriate recommend other relevant opportunities to you that match your requirements.

Additionally, refer a friend or colleague to us and receive £200 in vouchers if we assist them in securing a new career.

Job Synonyms:

Accounts Assistant / Accounts Executive / Accounts Technician / Insurance

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