Senior Management Accountant
Often in the public eye, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) is a growing, rapidly-evolving public corporation. Essentially, we’re responsible for shaping and delivering the regulation of nuclear safety and security across the UK. We’re now looking for a Management Accountant to bring energy and proven skills to our fast-paced Finance Directorate.
Finance plays a key role in making our Corporate Plan and Strategic Vision happen.
- Critical accurate budgeting and in charge of vital processes
- The task of contributing to annual reports and accounts, and developing financial strategies
- Provide support ONR-wide, giving advice and information
- need to be good with people and an enthusiastic business partner
- Full of initiative, curiosity and drive
- chance to learn by working with different teams and people within and outside ONR
- CCAB-qualified (or an experienced finalist)
- Background in management accounting
- Analytical mindset and supervisory abilities
- Used to modelling scenarios, conducting variance analysis and guiding junior Accountants
- Great in Excel and Microsoft Office functions - credibility to work with senior figures, providing high-level guidance
- Explain the results of highly complex techniques to non-Finance managers
- Strive for success, keeping pace with a busy, fast-moving Directorate
We offer competitive salaries at the ONR, with this role attracting a salary of £38,899 - £47,829. Furthermore, you’ll be eligible for a substantial Civil Service Pension scheme (including ill-health retirement and lump sum family benefits). Plus, you’ll receive a generous holiday entitlement.
ONR is a Public Corporation with a Mission to ensure the highest standards of safety and security across all of the UK’s licensed nuclear sites. Our staff are drawn from a wider range of professional backgrounds in order to run a stand-alone business with specialist inspectors to deliver our core business including civil engineering, radiological protection, human factors, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and nuclear physics. And together they’re involved in everything from assessing safety cases, inspecting nuclear sites, communicating our decisions, training new recruits and representing the UK and ONR within the wider international nuclear community.