Business Services Manager - North West London

Austin Rose
14 May 2017
13 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
-   Firm: 2 Partner Firm
   -   Workload: 70% Accounts work & 30% Personal Tax work
   -   Clients: Authors & Journalists
   -   Location: North West London
   -   Benefits: 22 days holiday
   -   Salary: Up to £55k

Are you a Business Services Supervisor/Assistant Manager looking to make a step up into a Manager role? Are you seeking an opportunity where you will be given scope to grow and progress?

If so my client, a medium sized firm in North West London, is looking to recruit a Business Services Manager. The main purpose of this opportunity is to provide various client services, including management accounts and bookkeeping, to a diverse range of clients in different sectors, with a focus on Media & Entertainment. Client turnovers are normally between £10-15m however they do have clients up to £200m.

Your main responsibilities will be reviewing and overseeing the preparation of management financial statements, VAT returns and FCA returns for clients, manage bookkeeping services & be the first point of contact for allocated clients. You will also support, train and assist team members in the department.

A successful candidate will have:
- An ACA/CIMA/ACCA qualification
- A minimum of 5 years’ professional practice experience
- Sound knowledge of managerial accounting and bookkeeping services
- Good knowledge of Sage accounting software
- Basic knowledge of VAT law and compliance

Please call on to discuss this role further or apply on-line for immediate consideration.

Please also note that due to the volume of applications, only those shortlisted will be contacted. If you have not received a response within two weeks, please assume your application for this role was unsuccessful. However, understand that we will keep your CV on record for any future role that could be your perfect match.

If you are seeking Business Services Manager jobs in London contact Austin Rose, the Public Practice Recruitment Specialists.