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:
- 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.
- 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