We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join or collaborate with our multidisciplinary team. We believe in talent over location so wherever you are, your local knowledge expands our global expertise.

Assistant Management Accountant Waterloo, London
Role Summary

We are seeking a part-time Assistant Management Accountant to join our friendly team at our office in Waterloo. Reporting to the Head of Finance and managing one Accounts Payable/Receivable staff, you will be responsible for:

UK Operations

  • Overseeing accounts payable and receivable including quality control from input to bank reconciliations.
  • Cash forecast ahead of payment runs and final approval of the payment runs on the banking platform.
  • Prepare the VAT returns and the sales invoices.
  • Prepare and run the UK payroll.
  • Managing credit control in a timely manner.
  • Reconcile the balance sheet including Payroll, PAYE, VAT, Pension.
  • Prepare the Quarter End Pack and Year-End financial information with the Head of Finance: journal postings re: Cost accruals (Overheads and Direct Costs), Income in advance and accruals, depreciation, etc.
  • Explanation of variances and commentary.
  • Procurement for all offices.
  • Filing and compliance.
  • Keep the fixed assets register up to date.
  • Record the intercompany transactions and prepare the monthly schedules.
  • Support the Head of Finance for budget and forecast.

International Operations

  • First point of contact for our overseas accountants concerning accounts, payroll and payments.
  • Assist in overseas payroll and day-to-day questions from the subsidiaries.
  • Reconcile the intercompany accounts between the group companies.
  • Support the Head of Finance on ad-hoc finance tasks regarding our Subsidiaries.

  • AAT qualified or ACCA / CIMA part-qualified.
  • Experience using Xero.
  • 2+ years' experience in an accountancy field with knowledge of journal entries, preferably in business.
  • Advanced knowledge using Microsoft Excel and Word.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Highly organised and flexible to help maintain multiple office operations.
  • Maintain an orderly accounting filing system on the drives.
  • Ability to work well independently and sometimes under time pressure.


Part-time, 30 hours a week over 5 days, Monday to Friday


Full-time annual salary: £35,000–40,000 prorated, DOE


Language learning program
25 days holiday pro-rata plus bank holidays

Visualiser District V, Budapest
Role Summary

We are looking for a Visualiser to join our talented visualisation team in Budapest. You will work within the team to produce in-house project visuals and animations, and collaborate remotely with design team members located in our global offices.

Skills & Attributes
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Autodesk 3ds Max and Corona Renderer
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Premiere Pro / After Effects with a passion for animation and video production
  • Experience using unreal engine would be advantageous
  • Professional-level English proficiency would be advantageous

If you'd like to join us
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