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Halil Ilhan

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Personality Questionaire 

What is your favourite animal?

Eagle

If you were going on holiday and could only bring one item what would it be?

Swimming goggles

What is your favourite movie?

Unbroken

What is your biggest accomplishment?

Hitting my ten year milestone in the sales industry

Who is your favourite celebrity?

Mohammed Ali

 
 
 

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Company & Role Overview

Our client a leading chartered accountancy firm are looking for an organised Audit Supervisor possessing strong planning and delegation skill to join their busy team. You will be working with organisations of every type and size. Clients are active in all branches of commerce and industry, ranging from substantial corporations to small businesses. The ideal candidate for this role will hold least 3 years experience.


Main Responsibilities

  • Prepare and assessment of statutory accounts in line with UK GAAP/FRS102
  • You will report to an audit manager and/or Partner
  • You will be responsible for the planning and implement audits (which cover a wide range of client types and sizes) in accordance with the International Auditing Standards
  • Budgeting and bringing the audits to completion
  • Ensuring client expectations are met to a high standard
  • Managing audit trainees, reviewing their work, assisting with their development and performance evaluations
  • Drafting corporate tax calculations
  • Good team player
  • Able to lead large audits
 

Requirements

  • ACA qualified
  • Audit experience with a wide range of clients
  • Capable technical ability
  • Well-rounded leadership and managerial skills
  • Ability to organise and prioritise workloads
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Exceptional organisational skills
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Company & Role Overview

Our clients who is a leading chartered accountancy firm is looking for an experienced Audit Manager to join their busy team. You will be working with organisations of every type and size. Clients cover all divisions of commerce and industry, ranging from large to small businesses. The ideal candidate will be a skilled manager with a specialised services background.
 

Main Responsibilities

  • Accountable for a portfolio of corporate clients across a wide-ranging of industries
  • Managing client relationship and ensuring that expectations are managed accordingly
  • Plan, overseeing, and reviewing audit, accounts, and corporation tax work
  • Preparing and reviewing statutory accounts in line with UK GAAP and FRS102
  • Supervise junior staff and assisting any queries on technological and professional development, including conducting periodic appraisals
  • Performing billing management
  • Administration duties
  • Ad hoc business consultancy and any duties in line with the role
  • Support in producing new business
 

Requirements

  • ACA qualified
  • At least 5 year audit experience within a specialised services environment
  • Experience of UK GAAP, FRS102, and IFRS
  • Experience in managing audits
  • Capable technical ability
  • Familiarity of corporate tax, personal tax, and indirect tax
  • Proven leadership and supervisory skills
  • Be able to organise and prioritise workloads
  • Good communication skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft packages
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£36,500 - £36,500

Company & Role Overview

The role is an area HR manager 9-month contract position covering 9-5 hours in an adult services company, a successful candidate will be expected to lead a HR team in an adult services company. The role is a mixture of office and blended work located in the north of England; however regular travelling can be required.

Main Responsibilities

  • The candidate will be expected to lead and perform alongside with the Area Manager and managers.
  • Handle a variety of complex employee affairs casework, such as adherence, complaint, absence, ability, rearranges.
  • To deliver professional assistance and guaranteeing well-timed resolution of all people matters.
  • Help in managing occupational health referrals and offering advice to managers on how to appropriately use the information.
  • Support the review, progression, execution of HR policy and procedure.
  • Routinely attend team management meetings and HR meetings.
  • Deliver KPI and HR material including illness, job openings, revenue, to the company to assist in decision making.
  • Check personnel documents are updated in agreement with legal and audit constraints, such as disclosure checks and right to work documents.
  • Complete HR projects requested by the Head of HR.
  • Assist with the job review process of job descriptions.
  • Line manage HR team in region.
  • The candidate will need to carry out any other activities that are not mentioned here but are required by the role.

Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Degree level candidate or equivalent.
  • Experience of delivering HR advice and assistance to managers on a variety of employee affairs within an educational environment.
  • MCIPD or Associate member working towards a full membership of CIPD.
  • Successful experience in controlling a wide range of HR casework through to end result.
  • Experience in the social care sector
  • Experience of HR policy, approaches, and management of projects.
  • Experience in managing and supervising staff members.
  • Past successful experience in advocating anti-discriminatory working procedures.
  • Capable of managing and influencing opportunities for constant development and transformation.
  • Valuable writing and oral communication and engage with staff in presentations.
  • Able to cope with tough and sensitive circumstances in a professional way.
  • Capable of sustaining and improving functioning systems, guidelines, and processes.
  • Capable of managing own workload and sustain development on a variety of issues alongside handling conflicting interests.
  • Ability to understand employment legislation.
  • Able to generate and investigate management data to support the company’s decision making.
  • Current understanding of employment legislation and HR best practice.
  • Understanding existing concerns the social care charitable sector are dealing with.
  • Proficient user of computerised HR Information systems.

Requirements (Desired)

  • Knowledge of job evaluation systems.
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£36,500 - £36,500

Company & Role Overview

The role is an area HR manager 9-month contract position covering 9-5 hours in an adult services company, a successful candidate will be expected to lead a HR team in an adult services company. The role is a mixture of office and blended work located in the north of England; however regular travelling can be required.

Main Responsibilities

  • The candidate will be expected to lead and perform alongside with the Area Manager and managers.
  • Handle a variety of complex employee affairs casework, such as adherence, complaint, absence, ability, rearranges.
  • To deliver professional assistance and guaranteeing well-timed resolution of all people matters.
  • Help in managing occupational health referrals and offering advice to managers on how to appropriately use the information.
  • Support the review, progression, execution of HR policy and procedure.
  • Routinely attend team management meetings and HR meetings.
  • Deliver KPI and HR material including illness, job openings, revenue, to the company to assist in decision making.
  • Check personnel documents are updated in agreement with legal and audit constraints, such as disclosure checks and right to work documents.
  • Complete HR projects requested by the Head of HR.
  • Assist with the job review process of job descriptions.
  • Line manage HR team in region.
  • The candidate will need to carry out any other activities that are not mentioned here but are required by the role.

Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Degree level candidate or equivalent.
  • Experience of delivering HR advice and assistance to managers on a variety of employee affairs within an educational environment.
  • MCIPD or Associate member working towards a full membership of CIPD.
  • Successful experience in controlling a wide range of HR casework through to end result.
  • Experience in the social care sector
  • Experience of HR policy, approaches, and management of projects.
  • Experience in managing and supervising staff members.
  • Past successful experience in advocating anti-discriminatory working procedures.
  • Capable of managing and influencing opportunities for constant development and transformation.
  • Valuable writing and oral communication and engage with staff in presentations.
  • Able to cope with tough and sensitive circumstances in a professional way.
  • Capable of sustaining and improving functioning systems, guidelines, and processes.
  • Capable of managing own workload and sustain development on a variety of issues alongside handling conflicting interests.
  • Ability to understand employment legislation.
  • Able to generate and investigate management data to support the company’s decision making.
  • Current understanding of employment legislation and HR best practice.
  • Understanding existing concerns the social care charitable sector are dealing with.
  • Proficient user of computerised HR Information systems.

Requirements (Desired)

  • Knowledge of job evaluation systems.
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£33,500 - £33,500

Company & Role Overview

The Communications Business Partner role involves assisting and providing communication within and around the company, this will also involve the use of digital, media, stakeholder engagement and events. The company has several different professions in the healthcare sector, to defend the community through establishing and preserving guidelines of health and care professionals who comply with the guidelines. Additionally, the role will require a successful candidate to lead and distribute the company’s methods to internal communications. This will involve important areas such as company culture and values, regulatory advancements, equality, diversity, and inclusion. This is a hybrid office role in London, but it will involve out of office hours such as overnight stays, events, and the candidate must be available for on-call work.

Main Responsibilities

  • Keep exceptional connections and communication with the internal stakeholders and colleagues from important departments in the company.
  • The candidate will have a close relationship and internal communications with HR and the Chief Executive.
  • Establishing processes to guarantee the quality of the communications, presentations, and afterwards analysing how valuable they were.
  • Taking part in social media and events to distribute creative content throughout all the company’s digital platforms.
  • Organising email and e-news communications

Important Requirements (Essential)

  • Degree-level candidate in a communication related area or candidates with equivalent experience
  • Experience of using social media platforms to distribute content
  • Experience in the preparing and delivering campaigns
  • High level of literacy and speaking, specifically in presentational abilities
  • Be able to produce and deliver internal stakeholder engagement projects and content
  • A respectable team player with the ability to build strong external and internal bonds
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive data
  • High level of organisation and attention to detail
  • Able to work independently with little supervision
  • Experience with analysing data and research to understand risks and improvements to the company’s communications
  • Expertise in internal communications such as intranet content systems and advising senior staff members

Requirements (Desirable)

  • Public sector, charity, or healthcare related experience in communications
  • Knowledge of email and events management systems
  • Expertise of how to analyse impact of communication campaigns and processes

 

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Company & Role Overview

Our client is a registered charity in the health care sector seeking a Graduate to come and join their team as an IT On-boarding and Support Assistant. The aim of this role is to provide onboarding and IT support to successfully deliver the online clinical examinations. This role will be home based so it is important to have a quiet environment to work from, a reliable internet connection and IT equipment to work from.

The role will be a FTC  from 12th August - 17th September 2021. Working 18 hours per week based on shift patterns
 

Main Responsibilities

  • To deliver onboarding training to candidates and examiners
  • To develop a detailed understanding of the exam, how it is delivered online, the platform functionality and to be able to answer frequently asked questions from candidates and examiners
  • To talk candidates and examiners calmly through the system features and functionality
  • To proactively contact candidates by phone that have not turned up for their appointments
  • To talk them through the login process and conduct onboarding
  • To contact examiners to book appointments for them to go through the onboarding process
  • To troubleshoot and problem solve issues experienced during the onboarding process, for
  • example screen resolution, resolving audio, video and connection issues.
  • To answer inbound IT support inquiries received into the IT support helpline, diagnose
  • and resolve issues
  • To engage proactively in the IT support chat group during the exams period and follow
  • communication processes
  • To communicate clearly and concisely to the operations team regarding the status of resolving issues
  • To undertake any other duties related to the job purpose and which may be necessary in the college’s work
 

Requirements

  • IT based degree (Computer Science/ Information Technology etc.)
  • IT literate and comfortable getting up to speed quickly in using new IT software
  • Good knowledge and understanding of computer hardware and browser settings.
  • Able to adjust and optimise settings across a range of browsers and operating systems
  • Able to diagnose and resolve a range of basic IT issues with audio / video / screen resolution
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Confident using the phone to communicate - some candidates will not have English as a first language and will be sitting the exam from overseas so clear, highly intelligible English speaking is essential
  • Ability to talk calmly through system features and functionality
  • Proactive and responsive in troubleshooting and resolving issues
  • Good customer service skills and a high level of professionalism
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Company & Role Overview

Our client is a registered charity in the health care sector seeking a Graduate to come and join their team as an IT On-boarding and Support Assistant. The aim of this role is to provide onboarding and IT support to successfully deliver the online clinical examinations. This role will be home based so it is important to have a quiet environment to work from, a reliable internet connection and IT equipment to work from.

The role will be a FTC  from 12th August - 17th September 2021. Working 18 hours per week based on shift patterns
 

Main Responsibilities

  • To deliver onboarding training to candidates and examiners
  • To develop a detailed understanding of the exam, how it is delivered online, the platform functionality and to be able to answer frequently asked questions from candidates and examiners
  • To talk candidates and examiners calmly through the system features and functionality
  • To proactively contact candidates by phone that have not turned up for their appointments
  • To talk them through the login process and conduct onboarding
  • To contact examiners to book appointments for them to go through the onboarding process
  • To troubleshoot and problem solve issues experienced during the onboarding process, for
  • example screen resolution, resolving audio, video and connection issues.
  • To answer inbound IT support inquiries received into the IT support helpline, diagnose
  • and resolve issues
  • To engage proactively in the IT support chat group during the exams period and follow
  • communication processes
  • To communicate clearly and concisely to the operations team regarding the status of resolving issues
  • To undertake any other duties related to the job purpose and which may be necessary in the college’s work
 

Requirements

  • IT based degree (Computer Science/ Information Technology etc.)
  • IT literate and comfortable getting up to speed quickly in using new IT software
  • Good knowledge and understanding of computer hardware and browser settings.
  • Able to adjust and optimise settings across a range of browsers and operating systems
  • Able to diagnose and resolve a range of basic IT issues with audio / video / screen resolution
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Confident using the phone to communicate - some candidates will not have English as a first language and will be sitting the exam from overseas so clear, highly intelligible English speaking is essential
  • Ability to talk calmly through system features and functionality
  • Proactive and responsive in troubleshooting and resolving issues
  • Good customer service skills and a high level of professionalism
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Company & Role Overview

The Graduate Project (TGP Recruitment) is a specialist provider of permanent and contract staff operating in over six sectors and has grown to become one of the UK’s leading graduate recruitment companies. The central London based consultancy has been established since 2013 and is still growing.

Main Responsibilities

  • To proactively support a fast-paced, busy team with all administrative duties
  • Answering all incoming calls and taking messages as required
  • Monitor email inboxes, responding to queries and updating records
  • General typing and administration for partners and staff, including creating and updating various documents
  • Regularly update and maintain the databases, ensuring all contact details are kept up to date
  • Keep the area tidy and organised

Requirements

  • Experience of working as a Receptionist/ Administrator
  • Skills in MS Office including Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint, together with good IT skills
  • Fast typing speed
  • Excellent communication skills both with staff, clients and over the telephone
  • Excellent organisational skills with a confident, professional and polite telephone manner
  • The ability to work under pressure and multi-task
  • To be self-motivated with the ability to work as part of a team and alone, on own initiative

Important Requirements - Kickstart Scheme

  • Be between 16 - 24
  • Must currently be on universal credit

 

Location - Aldgate - Office Based 

Pay - Minimum Wage 

Ref :TGPKS1001

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Company and Role Overview

Our clients who operate within the Education sector are seeking a Finance Business Partner to join their team in Central London.  

This position would be best suitable for a Finance professional with proven experience as a Business Manager or managing Business Management within the Education sector. Our client are looking for a candidate who can communicate on all levels and who is prepared to take on the responsibility of fulfilling the daily tasks and supporting other colleagues. 

Main Responsibilities

  • Providing financial support for whole organisation 

  • Ensuring best use of available resources by supporting all Business Managers with financial reporting, as well as guidance, growth and development 

  • Preparing accounts by auditing recorded transactions and remaining compliant with policy and process 

  • Ensuring the development and implement procurement opportunities  

  • Risk management lead across organisation to ensure compliance 

Requirements

  • Educated to a degree level 

  • Qualified Accountant (ACCA or equivalent) 

  • Criminal record disclosure/ DBS  

  • Flexibility with working hours 

  • Ability to travel around London (UK Drivers license preferred)  

Connect With Us

recruitment@thegraduateproject.co.uk

(+44) 020 7043 4629