Accounts Executive - Outsourcing
|Job Title:||Accounts Executive - Outsourcing|
|Salary:||£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Robert McIlroy|
|Job Published:||July 12, 2018 19:07|
ACA/ACCA/CIMA OUTSOURCED ACCOUNTING JOB - TOP 10 FIRM - CENTRAL LONDON LOCATION - UP TO £45000 PER ANNUM
Your new company
Top 10 London based accountancy practice.
Your new role
You will be able to prepare monthly and quarterly management accounts and statutory year-end financial statements for a range of corporate entities. You will assist with the preparation of budgets, cash flows and forecasts, liaise with other areas of the business including internal audit, governance and risk to ensure where appropriate, internal controls, e.g. SOX requirements are adhered to for our clients and demonstrate a good base knowledge of corporation tax, income tax, VAT, PAYE, company secretarial procedures and applications.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a qualified accountant ACA/ACCA/CIMA or by experience with experience with accounts preparation in an outsourced accounting role. You will have solid accounting knowledge and will have a basic knowledge of international and trade practices, including foreign currency, VAT and employment. You will have good knowledge of UK GAAP and IFRS.
What you'll get in return
- Attractive salary of up to £45000 per annum, dependent upon experience
- Discretionary performance and team related bonus
- A range of flexible benefits
What you need to do now
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