Remote working, qualified accountant, business partner, statutory reporting, management accounts
Your new company
An established, and highly regarded Teesside based development organisation with a forward thinking approach, and a growing market
Your new role
As a qualified (ACCA/CIMA/ACA/CIPFA/ICAS/ICEAW) accountant, you will have a broad array of experience, including both management and statutory financial reporting as well as the ability to partner with operational managers.
You will lead on the production of the Statutory Annual Accounts, the financial plans and budgets, management information and regular management accounts and adhoc queries for all companies in the group, as well as for assets (both tangible and non-tangible), inventories, grants and reserves.
As will as this oversight of the production and reconciling of the security register, Fixed Asset Register and Treasury loan monitoring reports will be a key part of this role.
Your ability to keep up to date with legislative changes in the sector, and advising on how this impacts on the accounting of developments and assets, associated grants, and liabilities is an additional responsibility of this role.
Other tasks will involve the completion of investment appraisal mechanisms in support of the organisations development and major investment ambitions, including joint ventures; contribute to the identification and management of risks associated with development and major investments; monitoring of development expenditure including forecast expenditure and the implications for and estimated impact on cash flow forecast and support the financial due diligence for all major investment and development schemes, including joint ventures. This is certainly a varied and interesting opportunity right at the heart of the organisation's group finance team.
What you'll need to succeed
You'll need to bring experience of development capital accounting, this can be from a social housing or commercial housebuilder. In addition you will have experience of Development and Fixed Asset Accounting, and the ability to analyse, review and report on complex financial matters such as compliance with regulatory and legislative requirements within a high volume pressurised environment.
With a proven skill in the identification of requirements, recording and analysis of data and information, and identification of solutions, your experience in project (end to end) work and ability to set out financial forecasts and the financial consequences of option scenarios to support business planning.
In addition, you will have a collaborative approach, be interested in supporting the development of junior team members and meeting deadlines will be second nature.
What you'll get in return
This role is fully flexible to be delivered remotely, and there is also an office base available to work from, good remuneration and an excellent benefits package.
What you need to do now
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