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Nigel Colin

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Company & Role Overview

Our client is a UK leading Charity. They help to provide crucial support to people with Complex disabilities all across the UK for well over the last 10 years. Our client is looking for an experienced Management Accountant to add to the team. We are looking for the right individual to join now to be part of an exciting future ahead.

This role will provide vital assistance and support across the Finance department.


Main Responsibilities

  • To carry out all aspects of the role in a satisfactory manner and within the guidance of the Organisation’s Goals, Values and Strategic aims.
  • Work collaboratively with Senior Management and Head of Finance to prepare the Annual Budget & Business Plan
  • Create an Annual Budget timetable
  • Design Annual Budget setting processes and procedures
  • Design Budget modelling processes
  • Perform financial modelling for new business contracts
  • Work with the Financial Controller on month end closure processes
  • Provide training to Managers on managing budgets effectively
  • Prepare Monthly Management Accounts
  • Perform Monthly Management Accounts meetings with Budget holders to document and explain variances from Budget
  • Support the Senior Management Team to take timely action to address deviations from Budget
  • Produce Monthly Management information reporting
  • Support the work of internal and external audit
  • Lead the Business Support to all areas of the organisation


  • CIMA, ACCA OR ACA qualified, CIMA is preferable 
  • At least 3 years’ relevant experience at senior level of Financial Management & Budget Controls
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Strong analytical skills
£35,000 - £35,000

Company & Role Overview

Our client that operates within the education industry are looking for an enthusiastic HR & Payroll Executive to join their dynamic team. The ideal candidate will have experience in end-to-end  processing and dealing with complex payroll.

You will report to the Human Resources Director (HRD)

Main Responsibilities

  • Processing the monthly Payroll for 500 employees accurately, to deadline and to meet audit requirements (salary, commission, bonus, year-end journals, pension etc)
  • Responsible for managing the HRIS and time and attendance updates
  • Regularly reviewing existing benefits and providers including current usage, performance, cost. and assessing risk and reviews if increase required
  • Supporting the HR team and Divisions with employee related queries and issues
  • Closely working with Hiring Manager to fully assess requirements of Division including: creating clear and concise JDs, job adverts and ensuring consistent brand messaging
  • Reviewing best method of recruitment, utilising appropriate platforms fully
  • Reviewing current brand /employer engagement with a view to assessing our options to increase presence on social media platforms



  • Some experience of handling ER issues
  • Up to date knowledge of UK Employment Law and ability to keep abreast of legislation and impact on the business
  • IT literate, confident in using HRIS systems, excellent knowledge of MS Word; advanced level Excel and strong Power Point
  • IT literate, confident in using SUN or HRIS systems, excellent knowledge of MS Word; advanced level Excel and strong Power Point

Company & Role Overview

Our client is looking for a committed and reliable Administrator to join their fast growing team as part of the Kickstart Scheme on a 6 month contract. For this role you will need excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will be working within the group of administrators to ensure the efficient running of the business.


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


  • 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


Applicants must meet the Criteria set out by the UK Government to be eligible for the Kickstart Schemer - Full details can be found at:

Company & Role Overview

Our client who is a  recognized worldwide leader in the education industry is looking for a motivated Front-end Web Developer. To be successful for this role you will need to have a methodical approach with a technology background. You will report to the Head of Digital Platforms.


Main Responsibilities

  • Day-to-day maintenance, update and further the development of main website
  • Maintain a number of WordPress and flat websites
  • Contribute in pre-development meetings helping to identify requirements
  • Ability to screen blueprint projects from concepts
  • Create and advance email templates
  • Work with internal and external supported web servers
  • Understating of MySQL



  • The ideal candidate will be able to produce code quickly without compromising on the quality of work
  • You must be adaptable and be keen to learn
  • Strong knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript
  • Thorough understanding of JavaScript framework ReactJS
  • Proficient in WordPress CMS and theme development
  • Exposure with Version Control Systems and NPM
  • Capability using task runners, such as Gulp/Grunt
  • Experience with cross-browser principles and SEO mark-up, metadata and microdata schemas
  • Must comply with Data Protection regulations

Company & Role Overview

Our client is a leading Accountancy Practices located in Central London. The firm is offering a role in its busy and expanding tax department with specialisation in the entertainment and arts sectors. This is an opportunity for someone interested in specialising in a Tax role involving the entertainment industry. This mainly involves dealing with companies in the Film, Theatre, Animation and Video Games sectors as well as dealing with some personal tax returns.


Main responsibilities

  • Assist and prepare tax credit claims for the creative industries companies.
  • Assist and support the director and professionals in handling taxation matters, including preparation of personal tax returns.
  • Answer to client questions about various issues.
  • Respond to client inquires about their tax and other problems.
  • Prepare and submit tax documentation.
  • Collaborate with all Creative industries department staff.
  • Establish and maintain good relationships with clients.
  • Ensure compliance with tax professional standards and ethics.
  • Manage and update the client database.
  • Perform some clerical and secretarial duties such as type, print or copy documents and reports, answer telephone, make appointments and receive and send e-mails.



  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to compute figures rapidly and accurately.
  • Ability to analyse and interpret financial data.
  • Highly organized and good planner.
  • Efficient in time management.
  • Able to work under pressure.
  • Able to meet deadlines.
  • Maintain office ethics and confidentiality.
  • Good telephone manner.
  • Computer skills.
  • Team worker.
  • Ability to perform well without close supervision.
  • Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
  • The ideal candidate should be part qualified in either ACCA/ATT or ACA.
  • No prior experience is required for the Film/Creative industry as full training will be provided.

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