Assistant Manager (Accountancy) role available in Central London paying up to £59K
An Assistant Manager (Accountancy) position is available in a renowned firm in Central London
The Assistant Manager will be providing assistance for the management team and supervise/review monthly management accounts.
What are some of the key responsibilities?
-Control of a portfolio of clients, ensuring all client reporting and payment deadlines are met.
-Full review of management accounts, ensuring accuracy and that incongruities are considered and resolved prior to submission.
-Review of VAT return submissions, EC sales lists and Intrastat returns
-Supervision of Management Accountants and Financial Administrators, ensuring they are completing their work correctly and providing guidance.
-The review of payment runs and online BACs payment submissions
-Liaising with teams across the firm together with international local service providers for completion of UK and global compliance tasks.
-WIP and billing control: ensuring a thorough understanding of the contracted scope of work, agreeing special fees and assisting with contract reviews and fee negotiations
-Ensuring full compliance with anti-money laundering obligations
What are the essential requirements?
-You must be an ACA / ACCA qualified accountant with at least 3 years of qualification exposure
-Experience of working in an Outsourcing team within practice, looking after a portfolio of clients (business advising)
-You must have strong experience of reviewing monthly management accounts prepared by junior team members and good VAT knowledge
-Experience of supervising staff, building presence and inspiring confidence
-Be completely conversant with Cloud accounting software, with strong IT skills and excellent knowledge of Excel
In return, the client will provide you with the opportunity to grow and develop within their firm and pay a salary of up to £59000.
If you`re interested in this position then please APPLY IMMEDIATELY and you will be starting your new position sooner than you think....