Financial Accountant - (14month maternity cover FTC)
The main responsibility of this role it to support the Head of FP&A in the smooth running of month end by ensuring the accuracy and timely submission of UK & Ireland accounts to the Global Finance team. The role will have 1 direct report to support them in reconciling balance sheet accounts and presenting accurate financial information to numerous internal and external stakeholders across the business.
Head of FP&A – Line Manager
Assistant Management Accounts – Direct report
Responsible for critical month end processes and working with the FP&A team to ensure the completeness of the accounts within deadline
Reviewing management accounts team journals/reconciliations and continuously challenging accuracy/relevance of activity
Review the full UK & Ireland P&L within deadline, ensuring its readiness for Head of FP&A review
Regularly liaise with other finance teams (AP/Billing) to keep all finance processes aligned and ultimately lead to the smooth running of month end
Manage and control both UK & Ireland balance sheet, understanding and justifying all balances held
Monthly review of bank account reconciliations with the aim to minimise number of unreconciled items
Support and maintain Fixed Asset accounting policies. Assist finance and other colleagues on Fixed Asset treatment advice including ARO calculation
Provide Fixed Asset Schedules at a US GAAP and IFRS reporting level
Lead & report the intercompany balances accurately through collaboration with US Global and Adecco finance teams
Lead & review monthly Intercompany netting process to ensure completeness & timely submission
Work on monthly EMEA & Global recharges and monthly reconciliation of balances
Review monthly global mismatch report and clear intercompany mismatches before deadline
Monthly/Yearly reporting processes & activities
Submit monthly reporting to Adecco (MFRP/GRP)
Support Head of Accounting & Tax in preparation of Audit and Tax computations
Support Head of FP&A with monthly reporting/forecasts and yearly budgets
Manage and develop assistant management accountant
Act as business partner to budget holders within the organisation through continuous communication and collaboration
Act as key support to Head of FP&A, Head of A&T and Finance Director
Work closely with US Global finance team & Adecco
Strive to work closely with stakeholders within the business to create streamlined processes which lead to the recording of accurate financial data
Act as support/cover for the FP&A team during times of absence or sickness
Technical, relevant and up to date accounting knowledge
Experience in managing an individual/team
Solid experience in month end accounting and understanding of different accounting treatments
Solid experience with balance sheet reconciliation, year-end statutory audit experience – dealing with auditors.
Excellent Excel skills and a high level of IT literacy
High levels of resilience; sustain momentum when faced with challenges.
Highly effective at building and maintaining business partner relationships
Communicates effectively and inspires people at all levels whilst gaining the commitment of others to drive towards and achieve a high-performance culture
Able to analyse the cause of a problem and identify solutions
Planning and organisation; consistently complete deliverables within the deadline, within budget, and beyond expected quality
Excellent organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise and meet tight deadlines whilst maintaining high levels of accuracy
You must be fully ACA/ACCA/CIMA qualified
What We Offer
Contract Type: Full Time
Schedule: 9am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday
Salary: £40,000 - £43,000 per annum Depending on Experience and Success
Must have required right to work in the UK
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