Deputy Finance Manager

Recruiter
Morgan Mckinley Group Ltd
Location
South West London
Salary
£35000.00 - £45000.00 per annum + Car Allowance, Bonus & Benefits
Posted
15 Feb 2017
Closes
15 Mar 2017
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Deputy Finance Manager for a Legal Practice

Our client is a leading UK-based law firm, established over 150 years ago, providing business, regulator, and private legal advice.

Key Responsibilities

  • Supervising office receipts and payments
  • Supervising client receipts and payments
  • Supervising dormant balances
  • Ensuring compliance with Rules 17.1 and 17.3
  • Dealing with client to office transfers
  • Dealing with out of date and bounced cheques
  • Processing Bills and credit notes
  • Responsibility for Partners drawings
  • Generating monthly Financial Trends Graphs
  • Completing National Statistics
  • Practice Code reconciliation
  • Dealing with Bad Debts & Provisions
  • Maintaining the Accounts Non-Compliance Register
  • Quarterly Yield statement
  • Fixed Assets register
  • Tracking current and expiring contracts for services
  • Responsibility for audit
  • Responsibility for financial reports at month end
  • Responsibility for Partners drawings
  • Various project work
  • Maintaining and writing Extend Reports
  • Ability to operate Extend Reporting System

Candidate Profile

  • Good understanding of the Solicitors Accounts Rules
  • Very good working knowledge of Elite Enterprise 3.10 Accounting system
  • Numerate.
  • Accurate and methodical approach to work.
  • Willing and flexible attitude.
  • Good communications skills including professional telephone manner
  • Good IT skills, particularly regarding spreadsheets.

Remuneration

  • Base Salary: up to £45,000
  • Discretionary Bonus
  • Benefits
  • Pension

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.