Part-Qualified Financial Accountant
Financial Accounting function of large technology company in Basingstoke seek a new addition to the team at part-qualified level as part of a team where this hire is key to future development and succession planning.
My client is looking for a "can-do" mentality, coupled with excellent interpersonal skills, the ability to cope with a dynamic and changing workplace and strong financial attention to detail. You may be working in commerce or practice currently or be a graduate with an accountancy and finance degree.
You will be ideally have just started or are planning to just start studying ACCA or CIMA (possibly finishing AAT with a view to CIMA or ACCA) and be keen to find a challenging role where you can be supported in your exams as you move towards qualifying. Full study support is on offer but this is also a challenging role which will only suit an ambitious and hard working individual. Benefits are the usual blue-chip ones.
The role involves a broad selection of supporting the financial accounting team but also does face the business so my client is looking for someone who enjoys communicating with the operational team. You will work with a qualified accountant who will be your mentor and manager.
Duties (which you and your qualified manager look after) include:
- Balance sheet reconciliations
- Investigation into financial statement queries
- Nominal Ledger transactions (ensuring accuracy)
- Audit query handling
- Month end close work
- P&L analysis
- Cost accounting
- SOX work
- Ad-hoc queries
(In addition to the interpersonal already mentioned)
- Any experience of UK or US GAAP would be helpful
- Strong Excel skills
- Access Skills helpful
- Excellent planning and organisational skills
To apply please email in your CV with a note about why this job appeals. Also please detail your current package, notice period and why you wish to move on.
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