Our client is currently in the market for a Finance Manager to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be responsible for the processing of all financial data as part of managing and controlling the monthly close process, including reconciliation controls, and presenting and interpreting results.
Maintain and oversee financial processes and controls to ensure completeness and accuracy of monetary information.
Oversee the payroll process and relationship with the external payroll bureaux to ensure staff are compensated accurately and in compliance with HMRC regulations.
Supervise the month-end close process, including review and questioning of monthly performance reports with budget holders.
Generate monthly management accounts by agreed deadlines, including insightful commentary to elucidate results against expected performance.
Manage the year-end process to produce the accounts to trial balance for our client and its subsidiary, working in close collaboration with the Director of Finance and Operations.
Prepare year end audit file working papers and support the creation of financial statements and liaison with auditors.
Take the lead in preparing reports on a regular and as-needed basis according to funders/donors requests by collaborating with the Fundraising team to understand reporting requirements and timelines, supporting in the preparation of donor presentations, applications, and budgets where appropriate.
Assist the Director of Finance and Operations in the annual review of monetary policies and procedures.
Oversee the production of the annual budget process and intermittent forecasts.
Oversee the reconciliation of banked income with the Fundraising system.
Reconcile all nominal ledger control accounts monthly, investigating queries and approving any resulting journal entries.
Lead the project to improve or upgrade the financial system, working with other stakeholders to collect user requirements, contribute to the analysis of the tender submissions and selection of vendor, and lead in the implementation of the new system within agreed project timescales.
Supervise the petty cash, banking, monthly cash flow, expenses, and credit card processes, ensuring staff are reimbursed by agreed deadlines.
Maintain and update the fixed assets register.
Oversee quarterly VAT returns and supporting schedules.
Professional experience of working as a Finance Manager or similar
Charity Finance experience
Hands-on transaction processing with strategic input
Our client is currently in the market for an Audit Senior Manager to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will assume responsibility for conducting the examinations, working directly with the customer as well as aid the manager to oversee the examination group and oversee the examination procedure to guarantee our examinations are of exceptional quality.
Collaborate with the examination partner and be liable for the everyday administration of the examination division.
Collaborate intimately with the examination overseer on technical concerns.
Will possess personal examination collection of customers to administer (review planning, field work, and completion).
Hold all Partners responsible for the examinations they approve.
Make sure examinations are scheduled efficiently and reserved beforehand.
Make sure examinations are accomplished and concluded before Partner approval.
Take on the duty to elevate the quality of the client’s work and fulfil regulatory standards.
Steer various firm undertakings, e.g., examination templates, personnel training schemes, training principles, etc.
Developing, administering, and inspiring a team of technical personnel.
Qualified either ACCA or ACA
High degree of technical knowledge, ISA and UK GAAP
Educated up to degree level or CTS
At least 4/6 years post qualification experience working in audit
Experience in managing a team
Working knowledge of firm services, issues regarding advice, and regulation and compliance, including anti-money laundering
Our client is a top 100 Accountancy firm currently in the market for an Associate Partner to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day management of partner's portfolios (£1m fee base), providing guidance on tax’s, tax returns and vat inquiries as well as proving admin assistance.
Practice and team administration
Reviewing work of accountancy group
Addressing client inquiries
Training the team regarding cash flow forecasting and management accounts, as well as general accounting matters
Meeting clients alongside a partner
Ability to expand personal portfolio
Capable of providing tax guidance - diverse and encompassing all feasible topics (except VAT), including corporation tax, income tax, CGT, IHT, trust taxation, Transfer of Assets Abroad legislation, UK residency, EIS, EMI, SDLT, incorporation, and corporate reorganizations
SEIS/EIS advance assurance and statement of compliance submissions
Out client is currently in the market for a Financial Accountant to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be responsible for working in high-performing Accounting and Financial Controlling functions, while also getting advice and guidance from multi-functional teams.
Help maintain the automated and scalable accounting function that produces accurate monthly Management Reports within 5 days of the end of the month.
Take ownership of and improve/automate the processes of invoice payments (AP) and expenses management
Claim responsibility to p improve/automate corporate bank reconciliation processes and help build relevant integrations with the finance ledger
Improve and pre-set all reconciliations of revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities and equity
Support the office team, developers and trading teams on improving trading data and computerizing the data feeds into the ledger
Help build a robust and scalable budgeting and forecasting model
Help with the annual group audits covering multiple entities
Financial Planning and Analysis: computerise and design reporting, both internal management reporting and external reporting to partners, investors, authorities, etc.
Direct and indirect tax computations and reporting
Adhoc project work as required
BSc in Accounting, Finance or other relevant field with a significant quantitative element
Recognized accounting qualification such as ACCA, ACA or CIMA with one or more years post qualified experience
Advanced Excel and modelling skills
Experience with the best-in-class automation systems and functions where scalability is driven by technology, rather than headcount and manual work
Our client is currently in the market for a Payroll Officer to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be responsible for all payroll administration and data entry, including timesheet entry as well as appraisals, updating records and ensuring data is tracked and stored efficiently.
Payroll, Pensions and Employee Benefits
Accountable for all payroll management and data entry, including timesheet input.
Check and validate the results of ‘provisional’ payroll reports and taking appropriate remedial actions to achieve accurate final payslips.
Perform monthly pension reconciliations
Liaise with staff on external payroll provider on pension/related queries, escalating as appropriate
Liaising with the HR Officer regarding new starters, leavers, remuneration and conditions of service.
Liaising with HMRC as necessary with regards to payroll-related tax queries
Responsible for collating information necessary for production of P11Ds
Administration of the employee benefits, including ride to work scheme, season ticket loans, childcare vouchers, Simply Health cash healthcare plan, private medical insurance and /postgraduate loans
Assist with the production of all-staff annual salary letters (July each year)
Assist the HR Director/Foundation HR Director with requests for management information, for example gender pay gap information
Processing all transactions for the Clients’ Charitable Trust
Preparing monthly account packages for the Charitable Trust
Support the Head of Finance in preparing the annual accounts for the Charitable Trust.
Collaborate with the Development team to ensure accurate recording of donations in the Charitable Trust accounts.
Responsible for trip accounting, including coordination with the Fees Officer and Finance Officer (Purchases), which involves reviewing and authorizing trip budgets.
Prepare a detailed analysis of all trip accounts for review by the Head of Finance.
Attain a comprehensive understanding of the accounting system to provide coverage for the Fees Officer and Finance Officer (Purchases) when necessary.
CIPP qualified or part-qualified, or equivalent qualification from a reputable provider
Knowledge of payroll practices
Experience of working within a payroll function as payroll officer, administrator or assistant
Clear, concise and calm communication skills, both written and verbal (essential)
Our client in the financial sector is searching for an Audit and Accounts senior to join their team. The candidate must be highly motivated and willing to learn as part of the team and take responsibility for running the audit. The candidate will also support the Manager to manage and supervise the audit team.
Review /finalise statutory accounts for submission to Companies’ House and HMRC
Communication with clients as necessary and identifying and understand client needs, suggest potential solutions on technical matters
Update client files, checklists, records, and procedures
Financial analyses, planning and financial modelling
Assist in the planning, execution, and finalisation of all areas of the audit assignment
Identify risk matters and discuss the impact of these with the audit manager
Supervise, coach, and develop junior members of our audit team.
Experience supervising and coaching junior members of staff on site
Working knowledge of firm services, issues regarding advice, and regulation and compliance, including anti-money laundering
Demonstrable knowledge of current economic and market trends
3+ years PQE
Qualified ACA/ICAS Qualified or overseas equivalent.
Our client is a global electronics company currently in the market for a Credit Controller to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be required to ensure prompt and accurate payments from clients, as well as harmonizing the daily online/web consumer ledger, ensuring all transactions, receipts, and reimbursements are matched and posted accurately.
Administer a collection of client accounts and outstanding payment ledger, guaranteeing timely payments and reducing delinquent debts. This includes but is not limited to ledgers on the A-L list clients, ad hoc accounts, and the education school ledger.
Joint responsibility for reconciling month-end payments from a variety of payment sources.
Supervising daily transactions and recording payments to client accounts - all forms of payments: bacs, credit card, shop, Klarna, Braintree, etc.
Cultivate advantageous connections with external stakeholders via phone/emails to maximize collections and proactively address any potential queries promptly.
Strive to enhance the collection cycle process by consistently reducing aged and delinquent debts and ensuring that debt is minimized.
Coordinate and cooperate with other company divisions within to ensure outstanding service is provided to the end consumer or business client.
Possess a general understanding or be willing to learn about client’s terms and conditions for rebates and marketing for COOP Support.
Everyday financial oversight of the retail store, including cash posting and credit card issues.
Distributing duplicate invoices, statements, and reminders to clients, ensuring thorough and timely communication to clients to prevent any delays.
Formulate relevant entries for the Finance team.
Input various categories of credit and debit notes on the system. Process credit status reports with external credit agencies.
Initiate new accounts, maintain the address book, and administer any changes.
Assist the Credit Manager and Senior Credit Controller in aiding to develop robust credit control procedures.
Adaptable approach to any alterations in dynamic working practices/systems.
Any spontaneous administrative tasks and aid as needed.
Demonstrable experience in a similar credit control or accounts receivable role
Understanding of basic bookkeeping and double entries
We are currently recruiting for 2 full time crown court clerk to join the team at the Crown Court with our client, The Ministry of Justice based in Central London. This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation that offers training and a great working environment. The key purpose of the role is to manage the courtrooms to ensure that cases are dealt with promptly in liaison with the judiciary, legal professionals and staff.
If you have strong legal background skills and have confidence in dealing with various stakeholders then this may be the role for you. Law Graduates will also be considered for this role.
Ensure that a comprehensive log is kept of representation order and that a judges report is available at all sentence hearings
Accurately prepare case summaries for resident judge
Ensure that applications for representation orders are checked and approved upon authorisation of the judge
Undertake any allocated tasks as part of the role I.e. PA role to Judiciary when required; arranging marshalling and swearing in of Justices
Ensure efficient through put of listed work in the allocated court room on a daily basis; giving appropriate support to judiciary and keeping the list office and other agencies fully appraised of developments
Someone with the ability to work within a team
Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
Competent user of Microsoft packages
Excellent customer service
Ability to work with people on all levels
Team leading experience desirable but not essential
Our client is currently in the market for a Paid Media Specialist to come and join their busy team! The successful candidate will be accountable for developing and executing efficient paid media campaigns that foster customer acquisition and revenue growth by optimizing the companies paid and organic channels.
Assisting the Head of Digital in gathering data and scrutinizing performance.
Contributing to and implementing an effective cross-channel digital acquisition strategy.
Generating website traffic with a data-driven test & learn approach.
Deducing insights on targeting, strategy, and performance.
Effectively overseeing 3rd party digital agencies.
Identifying novel digital channels and partners, including fresh affiliates, to optimize reach within our target audience.
Displaying fluency in campaign performance data; persistently seeking optimization opportunities to stimulate conversions and expansion.
Creating performance marketing reports
Bachelor's degree in marketing, advertising, or a related field.
Minimum of 2 years of confirmed experience in performance marketing, retargeting, and paid digital channels is obligatory.
Comprehensive comprehension and hands-on involvement in digital marketing channels like GA, Performance Max (Google Shopping, Google Search), Paid Social (Meta Business Suite, TikTok), Display, Affiliate Marketing.
Exceptional understanding and expertise in Paid Social and PPC with verifiable outcomes.
Proficiency in using Google Analytics, GA4, and data visualization tools (like Data Studio).