Technical reporting and critical evaluation are what give you the buzz. Which is great because all great businesses need people like you who will really make a difference.
With impressive expansion plans in place and a tangible track record of getting to where they want to be, you will be joining a business going in the right direction with a clear plan for progressing with them.
The role is a key one to ensuring the business meets its statutory and regulatory reporting requirements, including quarterly group reporting and statutory accounts so your technical prowess will need to be there for all to see. But this role isn't for someone looking to shy away from the limelight and the opportunity influence key decisions.
You will play a major role in delivering high profile activity across the wider Finance teams, including consolidation reporting, supporting the inter-company reconciliation process and the production of allocated statutory accounts. You'll be joining an impressive business, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive organisation and to valuing the contribution from each and every one of its employees.
With exposure across the group, you will be responsible for the production of the group consolidation at various levels within the organisational structure as well as pulling together the group year-end timetable and liaising with all teams across Europe to ensure that the accounts are audited and filed in line with government legislation.
To be successful in this role you will be technically very strong with a variety of experience. This would certainly suit a newly qualified (ACA/ACCA) who has been trained through an accountancy practice and is looking for their first move into industry or somebody already in a similar role wanting a fresh challenge in an environment where they will be respected and challenged. You will need an excellent grasp of IFRS / FRS102 accounting standards as you will become the go to technical accounting expert in the group.