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Financial Controller

Salary £40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
Location Leicester, Leicestershire
Job Type Permanent Jobs
Sector
Job Ref HQ00044312
Published 4 months ago

Job Description

Macildowie are delighted to be working on an exclusive basis with an instantly recognisable brand based in North Leicestershire, assisting in the recruitment of a Financial Controller.
This role will have line management responsibility for the Leadership of Financial Accounting Team, this will include the Purchase Ledger, Sales Ledger and Cash Management Functions.

Overseeing all the outputs of the Financial Accounting team, ensuring that all month end reporting is processed in a timely and accurate manner.
Treasury responsibilities including cash flow reporting, management of currency.
Production of monthly reporting packs.
Review the Balance Sheet reconciliations, performed by the Financial Accounting team.
Compile all statutory reporting including Intrastat and VAT.
Ensure that all financial reports are in line with both internal and external controls frameworks. Educating the wider finance function on controls updates and their ramifications.
Contribute to the wider performance of the finance team, taking a lead on process and system improvement activities.

To be considered for this role you must be ACCA/ACA Qualified with previous experience of managing a sizeable financial accounting function.
An up to date understanding and working experience of controls frameworks is essential.

Multi currency and cash flow management experience is essential.

Macildowie is a specialist recruitment consultancy with a rich history of enhancing the careers of professionals across the Midlands and the Northern Home Counties. We have an unrivalled understanding of the local market place and recruit for the majority of the regions premier employers. To search for all of our live jobs please visit us at www.macildowie.com.

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