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      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £100,000 - £120,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Chief Operating Officer - Job DescriptionA leading E-commerce corporate services group, with annual revenues of £10M+, are looking for an experienced COO, to join the team.Job SummaryReporting directly to the CEO and Founder, you will become one of the senior leadership team within the Group, and will possess the experience and ability to inculcate a high performance work culture across teams under your span of control.You will be a natural leader and problem solver, with ultimate responsibility for all aspects of business operations across multiple departments in both London and Glasgow.You will ensure your departments are correctly resourced, have optimalprocesses implemented, that staff are working productively and cost-effectively, and that work is being monitored on a regular basis to ensure the highest standard of service delivery for our customers.You will also be responsible for overseeing talent acquisition by line managers, with the aim of recruiting a high performing staff base in line with the company's high-performance culture. You will mentor and train line managers and company stars to reach their potential whilst retaining their services, and oversee the group's HR department.This role would suit an ambitious leader, formally trained in modern management practices, and willing to commit to whatever it takes to assist in the company's overall growth plans, potentially gaining equity in the Group in return. The successful candidate should be comfortable with strategic thinking, as well as being willing to carry out granular tasks withefficiency and accuracy.Job Responsibilities Oversee the operational effectiveness, recruitment and staff retention of a large numberof the Group's departments, ensuring customer-centric service delivery is met in themost cost-efficient manner. Overall responsibility for the operational performance of the following teams: Sales andSupport Team, Company Secretarial, Compliance, Business Information and variousadministration teams. Review and, where necessary, improve company-wide practices on an ongoing basis toincrease efficiency and productivity. Ensure a high-performance culture is instilled and advocated across all departmentswithin your span of control. Ensure adherence to company policies and procedures across all departments underyour span of control. Ensure cross-departmental processes and communications are seamless and clear. Ensure company-wide adherence to anti-money laundering policies, PCI Data SecurityStandards and GDPR. Liaise with HR and execute high-level HR tasks where necessary - (e.g. disciplinaries,etc.). Create and propagate robust and clear company policies where relevant. Oversee the implementation and maintenance of quantifiable productivity metrics,targets and reporting for teams and individual staff members under your span ofcontrol, to ensure optimal productivity. Carry out research on various subjects and synthesise findings, before delivering them toSenior Management, for the purposes of informed decision making. Create fail-safe and contingency policies to improve business continuity plans in theevent of service interruption. Carry out bi-weekly 1-2-1 meetings with your line managers. Advocate a continuous improvement philosophy, and manage our Paid Educationscheme in line with company objectives and employees' career progression. Exhibit a willingness to learn and study the technical aspects of the corporategovernance industry. Exhibit an exemplary commitment to complete all tasks in a timely manner, outside ofnormal working hours where necessary, in line with the company's high-performanceculture of achievement. Provide strategic advice to the CEO, where applicable.Experience required At least 5 years' of senior operational management experience, including recruitmentand HR experience Bachelor's degree from a good university is essential Master's degree is desirableSkills required Exceptional problem solver Exceptional grasp of the English language in both written and verbal form Positive, upbeat character Resilient character Natural leader Continuous improvement philosophyBenefits 25 days of annual leave (rising to 27 days after 3 years' service), plus 8 public/bankholidays Option to buy up to 5 days of annual leave per year Company Share Option Plan Private Medical, Dental and Optical Insurance for you and your family Annual cost of living salary increase 14 weeks maternity leave pay, 2 weeks paternity leave pay Pension contribution Employee Assistance Programme including free counselling and 24-hour mental healthsupport number for you and your family Paid education opportunities Cycle to Work Scheme Indoor bicycle rack, shower and changing facility Dog-friendly office Free post-work drinks Free fresh fruit - 7 days a week Free Wednesday lunchSalary: £100,000 - £120,000Working hours: 9am to 5.30pm, Monday to FridayWork Location: Office-based, 5 days per weekRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      Chief Operating Officer - Job DescriptionA leading E-commerce corporate services group, with annual revenues of £10M+, are looking for an experienced COO, to join the team.Job SummaryReporting directly to the CEO and Founder, you will become one of the senior leadership team within the Group, and will possess the experience and ability to inculcate a high performance work culture across teams under your span of control.You will be a natural leader and problem solver, with ultimate responsibility for all aspects of business operations across multiple departments in both London and Glasgow.You will ensure your departments are correctly resourced, have optimalprocesses implemented, that staff are working productively and cost-effectively, and that work is being monitored on a regular basis to ensure the highest standard of service delivery for our customers.You will also be responsible for overseeing talent acquisition by line managers, with the aim of recruiting a high performing staff base in line with the company's high-performance culture. You will mentor and train line managers and company stars to reach their potential whilst retaining their services, and oversee the group's HR department.This role would suit an ambitious leader, formally trained in modern management practices, and willing to commit to whatever it takes to assist in the company's overall growth plans, potentially gaining equity in the Group in return. The successful candidate should be comfortable with strategic thinking, as well as being willing to carry out granular tasks withefficiency and accuracy.Job Responsibilities Oversee the operational effectiveness, recruitment and staff retention of a large numberof the Group's departments, ensuring customer-centric service delivery is met in themost cost-efficient manner. Overall responsibility for the operational performance of the following teams: Sales andSupport Team, Company Secretarial, Compliance, Business Information and variousadministration teams. Review and, where necessary, improve company-wide practices on an ongoing basis toincrease efficiency and productivity. Ensure a high-performance culture is instilled and advocated across all departmentswithin your span of control. Ensure adherence to company policies and procedures across all departments underyour span of control. Ensure cross-departmental processes and communications are seamless and clear. Ensure company-wide adherence to anti-money laundering policies, PCI Data SecurityStandards and GDPR. Liaise with HR and execute high-level HR tasks where necessary - (e.g. disciplinaries,etc.). Create and propagate robust and clear company policies where relevant. Oversee the implementation and maintenance of quantifiable productivity metrics,targets and reporting for teams and individual staff members under your span ofcontrol, to ensure optimal productivity. Carry out research on various subjects and synthesise findings, before delivering them toSenior Management, for the purposes of informed decision making. Create fail-safe and contingency policies to improve business continuity plans in theevent of service interruption. Carry out bi-weekly 1-2-1 meetings with your line managers. Advocate a continuous improvement philosophy, and manage our Paid Educationscheme in line with company objectives and employees' career progression. Exhibit a willingness to learn and study the technical aspects of the corporategovernance industry. Exhibit an exemplary commitment to complete all tasks in a timely manner, outside ofnormal working hours where necessary, in line with the company's high-performanceculture of achievement. Provide strategic advice to the CEO, where applicable.Experience required At least 5 years' of senior operational management experience, including recruitmentand HR experience Bachelor's degree from a good university is essential Master's degree is desirableSkills required Exceptional problem solver Exceptional grasp of the English language in both written and verbal form Positive, upbeat character Resilient character Natural leader Continuous improvement philosophyBenefits 25 days of annual leave (rising to 27 days after 3 years' service), plus 8 public/bankholidays Option to buy up to 5 days of annual leave per year Company Share Option Plan Private Medical, Dental and Optical Insurance for you and your family Annual cost of living salary increase 14 weeks maternity leave pay, 2 weeks paternity leave pay Pension contribution Employee Assistance Programme including free counselling and 24-hour mental healthsupport number for you and your family Paid education opportunities Cycle to Work Scheme Indoor bicycle rack, shower and changing facility Dog-friendly office Free post-work drinks Free fresh fruit - 7 days a week Free Wednesday lunchSalary: £100,000 - £120,000Working hours: 9am to 5.30pm, Monday to FridayWork Location: Office-based, 5 days per weekRandstad Business Support acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Business Support is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £50,000 - £60,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Title: Financial Planning AnalystLocation: London (Hybrid)Hours: 9-5 pm Rate: £50,000-£60,000Start Date: ASAPContract: Permanent The RoleOur Finance Team plays a significant role in driving the brands performance, providing business partnering support to all our functions and regions. It supports from the strategic planning process to the annual budgeting cycle to the monthly estimate as well as the monthly close. It provides ongoing timely, high-quality information to analyse and monitor the business, providing insight to support decision- making to help the business grow and evolve. ResponsibilitiesGlobal, Region and Market Level Analysis across the P+L.SMAP (Selling, Marketing, Advertising and Promotion) Analysis.Supports in providing ad hoc financial analysis to management.Support in the collation of annual budget, partnering with cost centre owners in collation of their respective annual budgets.Completion of analysis comparing year on year variances and drivers behind such changes.Calculation and completion of accruals, prepayments and reclass for GSE costs, ensuring accuracy and adherence to corporate finance policies.Variance analysis to estimate providing explanation of variance to estimate and plan.Support in the completion of monthly rebills process. Candidate Requirements:Qualified or Part Qualified (CIMA / ACCA / ICAEW or equivalent)A minimum of 2-year experience in an Accounting or Finance related role.FMCG Experience PreferableAchieved at least a 2:1 degree in the UK or international equivalent If this sounds like a role you would be interested in, then please apply and a consultant will contact suitable applicants.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Title: Financial Planning AnalystLocation: London (Hybrid)Hours: 9-5 pm Rate: £50,000-£60,000Start Date: ASAPContract: Permanent The RoleOur Finance Team plays a significant role in driving the brands performance, providing business partnering support to all our functions and regions. It supports from the strategic planning process to the annual budgeting cycle to the monthly estimate as well as the monthly close. It provides ongoing timely, high-quality information to analyse and monitor the business, providing insight to support decision- making to help the business grow and evolve. ResponsibilitiesGlobal, Region and Market Level Analysis across the P+L.SMAP (Selling, Marketing, Advertising and Promotion) Analysis.Supports in providing ad hoc financial analysis to management.Support in the collation of annual budget, partnering with cost centre owners in collation of their respective annual budgets.Completion of analysis comparing year on year variances and drivers behind such changes.Calculation and completion of accruals, prepayments and reclass for GSE costs, ensuring accuracy and adherence to corporate finance policies.Variance analysis to estimate providing explanation of variance to estimate and plan.Support in the completion of monthly rebills process. Candidate Requirements:Qualified or Part Qualified (CIMA / ACCA / ICAEW or equivalent)A minimum of 2-year experience in an Accounting or Finance related role.FMCG Experience PreferableAchieved at least a 2:1 degree in the UK or international equivalent If this sounds like a role you would be interested in, then please apply and a consultant will contact suitable applicants.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £38,000 - £48,000 per year
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are working with a global trading company in the oil and gas industry in their search for a Treasury Analyst. What's in it for you- Great career development opportunities- Centrally located office- Collaborative team and a supportive managerWhat you will doReporting to the CFO, you will work with a small team looking after the treasury function for the group.Your role would include:Reviewing contracts and related expensesConducting treasury analysis on a monthly basisPreparing daily reconciliations and recording of cash movements, verifying against supporting documentsCoordinating with Trade Finance on cargo receivables and payments, looking at financing agreements and other documentation, eg. letter of credit copy, amendmentsChecking month end cash balance on SAP against bank statement, and analysing / investigating variancesCovering for treasury team members, managing payment issues with banks and other internal queries, bank account requests, daily bank loan reporting and margin call reportingSupporting with treasury system upgradesPreparing cash flow plans The Ideal Candidate must be / have:- Good academic qualifications- Accounting qualification is an advantage, eg. ACCA, CIMA, ACA- Experience with SAP would be a great advantage- Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsApplications are being considered on a daily basis. Apply now to avoid missing the opportunity!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are working with a global trading company in the oil and gas industry in their search for a Treasury Analyst. What's in it for you- Great career development opportunities- Centrally located office- Collaborative team and a supportive managerWhat you will doReporting to the CFO, you will work with a small team looking after the treasury function for the group.Your role would include:Reviewing contracts and related expensesConducting treasury analysis on a monthly basisPreparing daily reconciliations and recording of cash movements, verifying against supporting documentsCoordinating with Trade Finance on cargo receivables and payments, looking at financing agreements and other documentation, eg. letter of credit copy, amendmentsChecking month end cash balance on SAP against bank statement, and analysing / investigating variancesCovering for treasury team members, managing payment issues with banks and other internal queries, bank account requests, daily bank loan reporting and margin call reportingSupporting with treasury system upgradesPreparing cash flow plans The Ideal Candidate must be / have:- Good academic qualifications- Accounting qualification is an advantage, eg. ACCA, CIMA, ACA- Experience with SAP would be a great advantage- Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsApplications are being considered on a daily basis. Apply now to avoid missing the opportunity!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £38,000 - £40,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      JOB TITLE: Accounts Payable Manager/SupervisorLOCATION: East London (Hybrid)DURATION: Permanent PAY: Up to £40,000 p.a (depending on experience) We are recruiting on behalf of a London based university for an AP Supervisor to join a great finance team, supporting the Head of Financial Accounts. This is a permanent opportunity to join an excellent higher education faculty MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for the day to day management of the accounts payable team with direct linemanagement of 2 staff in accounts payable officers.To ensure that the creditors' ledger is operated accurately, efficiently and to agreed timescale,and ensure that the creditors are paid accurately and on timeTo provide technical accounting advice on financial transactions and ensure accurate codingwithin the department and university as a wholeTo work with all finance colleagues in the preparation of the university's annual accounts andassociated lead schedules for the external audit. DESIRED CRITERIA:AAT Technician LevelRelevant accounts payable knowledge and experience of control account reconciliations.Experience of working with relevant financial systems such as Agresso, SITS, WPM etc. Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Excel and WordAbility to use creativity and initiative to solve complex problems, take independent decisions and seek clarification when requiredCommitment to and understanding of equal opportunities issues within a diverse and multicultural environmentExperience in managing others Please apply with an up to date CV today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      JOB TITLE: Accounts Payable Manager/SupervisorLOCATION: East London (Hybrid)DURATION: Permanent PAY: Up to £40,000 p.a (depending on experience) We are recruiting on behalf of a London based university for an AP Supervisor to join a great finance team, supporting the Head of Financial Accounts. This is a permanent opportunity to join an excellent higher education faculty MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for the day to day management of the accounts payable team with direct linemanagement of 2 staff in accounts payable officers.To ensure that the creditors' ledger is operated accurately, efficiently and to agreed timescale,and ensure that the creditors are paid accurately and on timeTo provide technical accounting advice on financial transactions and ensure accurate codingwithin the department and university as a wholeTo work with all finance colleagues in the preparation of the university's annual accounts andassociated lead schedules for the external audit. DESIRED CRITERIA:AAT Technician LevelRelevant accounts payable knowledge and experience of control account reconciliations.Experience of working with relevant financial systems such as Agresso, SITS, WPM etc. Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Excel and WordAbility to use creativity and initiative to solve complex problems, take independent decisions and seek clarification when requiredCommitment to and understanding of equal opportunities issues within a diverse and multicultural environmentExperience in managing others Please apply with an up to date CV today!Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • south west london, london
      • permanent
      • £70,000 - £75,000, per year, plus car allowance
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      Group Reporting and Compliance Manager£70,000-£75,000+benefitsPermanent South West LondonWe are working a major infrastructure organisation, who have and are working on some high profile projects. The organisation is continuing to see high levels of growth and winning multiple contracts due to successful project delivery. As the Group Reporting and Compliance Manager would play a vital role within the finance team, working closely with the financial controller and finance director. You will be responsible for the delivery or all internal and external reporting, contribute to the development of the finance team and ensure all work is carried out to the highest standards. Key parts of the role will involve preparing monthly and quarterly management accounts, support the preparation or statutory accounts, review tax submissions and overseeing the balance sheet on a monthly basis. Successful candidates will need to hold a full accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or ICAEW) and have significant post qualification experience, along with strong audit experience. Influencing stakeholders and maintaining/building relationships is a vital part of this role and candidates will be expected to provide examples at interview stage. Ideally working in a similar industry is desirable. Apply now or contact me for further details. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      Group Reporting and Compliance Manager£70,000-£75,000+benefitsPermanent South West LondonWe are working a major infrastructure organisation, who have and are working on some high profile projects. The organisation is continuing to see high levels of growth and winning multiple contracts due to successful project delivery. As the Group Reporting and Compliance Manager would play a vital role within the finance team, working closely with the financial controller and finance director. You will be responsible for the delivery or all internal and external reporting, contribute to the development of the finance team and ensure all work is carried out to the highest standards. Key parts of the role will involve preparing monthly and quarterly management accounts, support the preparation or statutory accounts, review tax submissions and overseeing the balance sheet on a monthly basis. Successful candidates will need to hold a full accounting qualification (ACA, ACCA, CIMA or ICAEW) and have significant post qualification experience, along with strong audit experience. Influencing stakeholders and maintaining/building relationships is a vital part of this role and candidates will be expected to provide examples at interview stage. Ideally working in a similar industry is desirable. Apply now or contact me for further details. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • £50,000 - £60,000 per year
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are working with a global brand who are continuing to see growth in all areas of the business and as a result require additional support within the core finance teams. As a Financial Accountant you will be responsible for the preparation of the statutory financial reporting of the UK&I consolidated financial statements and individual statutory entities under Local GAAP. This includes liaising with various resources in relation to the published accounts, taxation matters and other statutory reporting to public bodies. Support the Head of Financial Assurance & control with the coordination of audit queries at group level. Successful candidates will need to have a full accounting qualification with 1-2 years PQE, previous financial and accounting background to include reporting half year / year-end audit management. Strong technical accounting knowledge FRS102, preferably in both US GAAP and UK GAAP is important. This is a great opportunity to work for global brand which will provide great exposure to wider parts of the business and industry. If you have any queries please get in touch. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are working with a global brand who are continuing to see growth in all areas of the business and as a result require additional support within the core finance teams. As a Financial Accountant you will be responsible for the preparation of the statutory financial reporting of the UK&I consolidated financial statements and individual statutory entities under Local GAAP. This includes liaising with various resources in relation to the published accounts, taxation matters and other statutory reporting to public bodies. Support the Head of Financial Assurance & control with the coordination of audit queries at group level. Successful candidates will need to have a full accounting qualification with 1-2 years PQE, previous financial and accounting background to include reporting half year / year-end audit management. Strong technical accounting knowledge FRS102, preferably in both US GAAP and UK GAAP is important. This is a great opportunity to work for global brand which will provide great exposure to wider parts of the business and industry. If you have any queries please get in touch. Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £70,000 - £80,000 per year
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are excited to be partnering with a consumer insights consultancy which prides themselves on service quality, as well as their inclusive culture. Based in Central London, the role is great for a well-rounded and self-motivated individual who looks forward to working in a family-oriented environment. This role is a 7-month fixed term contract. What's in it for you- Centrally located in London, 2 days a week in the office (if you prefer)- Great working environment- A cohesive team, culture of innovation and creativity What you will doReporting to the CEO and working with Group, you willLead, inspire and coach a team of 2, owning the month end, accounting processes and annual reports, overseeing UK and US entitiesAdvise the leadership team on financial impacts on transactions, identifying opportunities, risks and providing relevant solutionsPreparing and presenting weekly and monthly reports to the leadership teamManage cash flow and forex risksSupport the business with reviewing client contracts, statement of work (SOWs), etc. and helping to minimize the company's exposure to financial risksInfluence stakeholders across the organisation to drive initiatives relating to the implementation of accounting solutionsEnsure timely and accurate reporting and necessary compliance in accordance with regulatory requirementsContribute to implementation of best practice and any process or system improvements Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent professional qualification); QBE candidates with relevant experience may also be consideredRelevant financial accounting and reporting experienceAvailability to start in July 2022, for a 7-month contractExcellent communication skills, and an ambitious desire to progress Applications are reviewed on a daily basis. Apply now to avoid missing the opportunity!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are excited to be partnering with a consumer insights consultancy which prides themselves on service quality, as well as their inclusive culture. Based in Central London, the role is great for a well-rounded and self-motivated individual who looks forward to working in a family-oriented environment. This role is a 7-month fixed term contract. What's in it for you- Centrally located in London, 2 days a week in the office (if you prefer)- Great working environment- A cohesive team, culture of innovation and creativity What you will doReporting to the CEO and working with Group, you willLead, inspire and coach a team of 2, owning the month end, accounting processes and annual reports, overseeing UK and US entitiesAdvise the leadership team on financial impacts on transactions, identifying opportunities, risks and providing relevant solutionsPreparing and presenting weekly and monthly reports to the leadership teamManage cash flow and forex risksSupport the business with reviewing client contracts, statement of work (SOWs), etc. and helping to minimize the company's exposure to financial risksInfluence stakeholders across the organisation to drive initiatives relating to the implementation of accounting solutionsEnsure timely and accurate reporting and necessary compliance in accordance with regulatory requirementsContribute to implementation of best practice and any process or system improvements Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent professional qualification); QBE candidates with relevant experience may also be consideredRelevant financial accounting and reporting experienceAvailability to start in July 2022, for a 7-month contractExcellent communication skills, and an ambitious desire to progress Applications are reviewed on a daily basis. Apply now to avoid missing the opportunity!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £50,000 - £80,000 per year
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are partnering exclusively with this fast-growing construction business in their search for a Finance Manager who would be excited to take ownership of their full sets of accounts. Look forward to working in a family-oriented, high-morale environment at which you will have full autonomy to shape the role!What's in it for you- Central location in London, easy commute links- Flexible working arrangements (and hours)- Great working environment, excellent staff retention What you will doYou will effectively lead and oversee the full spectrum of finance, with the support of a small and very cohesive and supportive team. This would include financial and management accounting, invoicing, payroll, bank reconciliations, preparing month end reports, supporting external accountants with audit preparation and quarterly accounts. You will prepare relevant reports and submissions in compliance with statutory requirements, CIT and VAT submissions, and advise Company Directors on any relevant accounting standards and/or their implications on the business.People and culture are really important to this ambitious, fast-growing business, so our client is really looking for a good team player to join the family!The role is based in the City of London. Depending on what works best for you, there is flexibility to work 1-3 days in the office (the other days working from home). Shortlisted candidates will have their first interviews on 7 Jun 2022. Apply now so you don't miss the opportunity! Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA; finalists and QBE candidates may also be considered)Working experience in construction industryKnowledge of and experience with CIS and reverse VAT chargesWorking experience with Xero and Sage, or a system relevant to the construction industry is an advantageGood communication and interpersonal skills, a good team playerAbility to start on short notice Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are partnering exclusively with this fast-growing construction business in their search for a Finance Manager who would be excited to take ownership of their full sets of accounts. Look forward to working in a family-oriented, high-morale environment at which you will have full autonomy to shape the role!What's in it for you- Central location in London, easy commute links- Flexible working arrangements (and hours)- Great working environment, excellent staff retention What you will doYou will effectively lead and oversee the full spectrum of finance, with the support of a small and very cohesive and supportive team. This would include financial and management accounting, invoicing, payroll, bank reconciliations, preparing month end reports, supporting external accountants with audit preparation and quarterly accounts. You will prepare relevant reports and submissions in compliance with statutory requirements, CIT and VAT submissions, and advise Company Directors on any relevant accounting standards and/or their implications on the business.People and culture are really important to this ambitious, fast-growing business, so our client is really looking for a good team player to join the family!The role is based in the City of London. Depending on what works best for you, there is flexibility to work 1-3 days in the office (the other days working from home). Shortlisted candidates will have their first interviews on 7 Jun 2022. Apply now so you don't miss the opportunity! Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA; finalists and QBE candidates may also be considered)Working experience in construction industryKnowledge of and experience with CIS and reverse VAT chargesWorking experience with Xero and Sage, or a system relevant to the construction industry is an advantageGood communication and interpersonal skills, a good team playerAbility to start on short notice Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £55,000 - £65,000, per year, insurance, pension, negotiable
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are partnering with a global dynamic construction engineering company in search of a Finance Business Partner. This is a permanent role offering an exciting opportunity with a growing team that offers an opportunity to add real value to the company.What you will do:As a Finance Business Partner, your main responsibility will involve supporting the business in making informed decisions through commercial proposals and analyses. You will also generate a suite of analysis tools to support finance commercial proposals, along with identifying opportunities, raising ideas and pushing forward process improvements. You will also conduct financial management and reporting through budget consolidation, financial analysis and forecasting, along with commercial support through provision of financial information and monitoring of costs to ensure full recoveries. What you will need to succeed:ACA/ACCA/CIMA QualifiedExtensive management accounting experienceExcellent communication skills - experience interacting with financial and non-financial stakeholdersAccounting software experience (MS Dynamics Navision is advantageous)Excellent Microsoft Excel skillsExcellent time and workload management skillsExperience working in the construction or project management industry is advantageousRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are partnering with a global dynamic construction engineering company in search of a Finance Business Partner. This is a permanent role offering an exciting opportunity with a growing team that offers an opportunity to add real value to the company.What you will do:As a Finance Business Partner, your main responsibility will involve supporting the business in making informed decisions through commercial proposals and analyses. You will also generate a suite of analysis tools to support finance commercial proposals, along with identifying opportunities, raising ideas and pushing forward process improvements. You will also conduct financial management and reporting through budget consolidation, financial analysis and forecasting, along with commercial support through provision of financial information and monitoring of costs to ensure full recoveries. What you will need to succeed:ACA/ACCA/CIMA QualifiedExtensive management accounting experienceExcellent communication skills - experience interacting with financial and non-financial stakeholdersAccounting software experience (MS Dynamics Navision is advantageous)Excellent Microsoft Excel skillsExcellent time and workload management skillsExperience working in the construction or project management industry is advantageousRandstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • london, london
      • permanent
      • randstad financial services
      An opportunity has come up to work with one of the UK's top accountancy practices based in their Central London offices, read more and apply here!Role DescriptionAs Auditor you will report to supervisors and managers, taking responsibility for completing tasks accurately, to deadline and liaising with clients in line with the Client Charter. You will act as audit senior on simple audit assignments, taking responsibility for the overall audit direction and supervision of junior staff, as well as preparing audit planning documentation for review by the supervisor. You should have a basic understanding of, and be able to implement the basic elements of, the firm's audit package.ResponsibilitiesProduce more complex draft financial statements in a statutory format using the firm's accounting softwareProduce consolidated financial statements for a simple groupIdentify all tax adjustments arising from accounts preparation and audit workIdentify basic tax and other planning opportunities based on account preparation and audit work e.g., group relief and utilisation of trading losses.RequirementsRecently ACA/ACCA qualified or qualified by experience or Qualified AATTeam playerFlexibleApproachableGood communication skillsThis is an Audit Senior role working with an established practice with a positive working environment. Apply today!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      An opportunity has come up to work with one of the UK's top accountancy practices based in their Central London offices, read more and apply here!Role DescriptionAs Auditor you will report to supervisors and managers, taking responsibility for completing tasks accurately, to deadline and liaising with clients in line with the Client Charter. You will act as audit senior on simple audit assignments, taking responsibility for the overall audit direction and supervision of junior staff, as well as preparing audit planning documentation for review by the supervisor. You should have a basic understanding of, and be able to implement the basic elements of, the firm's audit package.ResponsibilitiesProduce more complex draft financial statements in a statutory format using the firm's accounting softwareProduce consolidated financial statements for a simple groupIdentify all tax adjustments arising from accounts preparation and audit workIdentify basic tax and other planning opportunities based on account preparation and audit work e.g., group relief and utilisation of trading losses.RequirementsRecently ACA/ACCA qualified or qualified by experience or Qualified AATTeam playerFlexibleApproachableGood communication skillsThis is an Audit Senior role working with an established practice with a positive working environment. Apply today!Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £65,000 - £100,000, per year, flexible depending on experience, bonus
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are partnering exclusively with this facilities management business in their search for their first Financial Controller / Head of Finance! This will be the number one finance person in the business, and ideally someone keen and ready to step into a Finance Director role in the short to mid term.Look forward to a role with full autonomy and independence to set things up and carve your own career within the business, working closely with the Company Directors. What's in it for you- Centrally located in the City of London, with excellent commute network- Autonomy to create your own processes and carve your own career- Opportunity to be a key member of a fast-growing business What you will doAs the first finance person for the business, you will manage and own the full spectrum of accounting and finance for the business, with the support of a part-time bookkeeper. This would include top to bottom responsibilities including:-Attending strategic and planning meetings with Founders / Senior Leadership team, Board MeetingsPartnering with Operations and other internal stakeholders, influencing and working together to meet business objectivesBringing accounting processes in-house (currently outsourced)Budgeting, forecasting, cash flow managementCreating key MI reporting and insightsDeveloping and improving internal processesMonth end financial and management accountsVAT submissionsProcessing transactions - eg. purchase ledger, sales ledger, payrollBank reconciliations / Balance sheet reconciliationsLeading year end audit with external auditorsCurrently, accounting is outsourced to third party service providers. You will liaise with the outsourced providers to understand prior years' accounts, and set up accounting processes and systems. This will be a hands-on role in which you will ensure that all accounting treatments, records and reports are in compliance with statutory requirements and relevant accounting standards. People and culture are really important for the team, so our client is really looking for a good team player to join them. Shortlisted candidates will have their first interviews on 29 Apr 2022. Apply now so you don't miss the opportunity! Key skills and experienceMust be a fully Qualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent qualification)Experience overseeing end-to-end accounting and finance in a hands-on capacity, independently or with the help of a small teamWorking experience in Facilities Management industry (or evidence of strong knowledge of facilities industry)Ambitious, excited to be the first finance person in a fast-growing business, good communication and interpersonal skills Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are partnering exclusively with this facilities management business in their search for their first Financial Controller / Head of Finance! This will be the number one finance person in the business, and ideally someone keen and ready to step into a Finance Director role in the short to mid term.Look forward to a role with full autonomy and independence to set things up and carve your own career within the business, working closely with the Company Directors. What's in it for you- Centrally located in the City of London, with excellent commute network- Autonomy to create your own processes and carve your own career- Opportunity to be a key member of a fast-growing business What you will doAs the first finance person for the business, you will manage and own the full spectrum of accounting and finance for the business, with the support of a part-time bookkeeper. This would include top to bottom responsibilities including:-Attending strategic and planning meetings with Founders / Senior Leadership team, Board MeetingsPartnering with Operations and other internal stakeholders, influencing and working together to meet business objectivesBringing accounting processes in-house (currently outsourced)Budgeting, forecasting, cash flow managementCreating key MI reporting and insightsDeveloping and improving internal processesMonth end financial and management accountsVAT submissionsProcessing transactions - eg. purchase ledger, sales ledger, payrollBank reconciliations / Balance sheet reconciliationsLeading year end audit with external auditorsCurrently, accounting is outsourced to third party service providers. You will liaise with the outsourced providers to understand prior years' accounts, and set up accounting processes and systems. This will be a hands-on role in which you will ensure that all accounting treatments, records and reports are in compliance with statutory requirements and relevant accounting standards. People and culture are really important for the team, so our client is really looking for a good team player to join them. Shortlisted candidates will have their first interviews on 29 Apr 2022. Apply now so you don't miss the opportunity! Key skills and experienceMust be a fully Qualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent qualification)Experience overseeing end-to-end accounting and finance in a hands-on capacity, independently or with the help of a small teamWorking experience in Facilities Management industry (or evidence of strong knowledge of facilities industry)Ambitious, excited to be the first finance person in a fast-growing business, good communication and interpersonal skills Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      • city of london, london
      • permanent
      • £75,000 - £90,000 per year
      • randstad accountancy & finance
      We are partnering once with a dynamic and progressive dual-listed natural resources company in their search for a Group Finance Manager. What's in it for you- Beautiful office in Central London with excellent commute links- Hybrid working- Supportive manager who gives full autonomy, and is loved and respected by the team- Occasional travel opportunities to visit overseas teams What you will do Reporting to the Group Finance Director, you will:-- Manage a small team on the full consolidation process and ensure that monthly financial reports are accurate and relevant- Provide analysis and commentaries on monthly management reports and present them to the CFO and the Board- Prepare annual reports / statutory reports in accordance to relevant listing reporting requirements- Prepare / review technical accounting papers to advise on complex accounting and commercial matters / complex transactions, and provide guidance to relevant stakeholders- Improve internal controls and automate internal processes- Partner with and influence key decision makers, and assist with legal / treasury / investor relations matters- Work with the Head of Financial Planning and Analysis on UK budgets and forecasts, and support the Head of Tax with UK tax compliance Key skills and experiences - Fully Qualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent qualification)- Strong technical IFRS knowledge- Experience managing a small team- Relevant experience in natural resources (or similar industries) will be an advantage- Advanced Excel skills- A good team player with excellent communication skills Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
      We are partnering once with a dynamic and progressive dual-listed natural resources company in their search for a Group Finance Manager. What's in it for you- Beautiful office in Central London with excellent commute links- Hybrid working- Supportive manager who gives full autonomy, and is loved and respected by the team- Occasional travel opportunities to visit overseas teams What you will do Reporting to the Group Finance Director, you will:-- Manage a small team on the full consolidation process and ensure that monthly financial reports are accurate and relevant- Provide analysis and commentaries on monthly management reports and present them to the CFO and the Board- Prepare annual reports / statutory reports in accordance to relevant listing reporting requirements- Prepare / review technical accounting papers to advise on complex accounting and commercial matters / complex transactions, and provide guidance to relevant stakeholders- Improve internal controls and automate internal processes- Partner with and influence key decision makers, and assist with legal / treasury / investor relations matters- Work with the Head of Financial Planning and Analysis on UK budgets and forecasts, and support the Head of Tax with UK tax compliance Key skills and experiences - Fully Qualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA or equivalent qualification)- Strong technical IFRS knowledge- Experience managing a small team- Relevant experience in natural resources (or similar industries) will be an advantage- Advanced Excel skills- A good team player with excellent communication skills Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003

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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • J&T International Logistics UK Ltd
      job description of MANDARIN SPEAKING ACCOUNTANTJob title: Mandarin Speaking AccountantRemuneration Package: salary package is negotiable based on experienceWork Location: North Londonlevel: Mid-levelReport to: Chief Executive OfficerIn a few words:J&T Group operates with a sophisticated business layout, powerful international logistics resources and technical advantages. It offers E-commerce Small Package services, traditional freighting, consolidated shipping, domestic and overseas warehousing, etc. Its extensive geographic scope of operations covers various regions globally including Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas, offering multiple transportation methods including air, sea and ground shipping, and committed to being one of the world-leading international logistics providers.J&T UK is seeking an experienced Mandarin Speaking Account to join the team. This role will need to communicate with J&T’s HQ in China directly. Core Functions:Handle all company’s financial matters as a key memberManage the company’s finance and budgeting according to the company’s annual planPrepare Payroll and monthly and annual closingDaily bookkeeping, VAT declarationPreparation and filing of personal and corporate taxesCommunicate with HQ in China, bank and third-party accounting firms when requiredOther tasks assigned by the company A Successful Candidates Would Require:Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related majors. More than three years’ experience working in a UK company, an accounting firm as a mid-high-level financing or accounting role.Have qualified with ACA/ACCA/AAT certificate for over three years.Familiar with common/major financial softwareExcellent communicating skills in English and Mandarin ChineseAttention to detailsStrong self-motivationExcellent business and time management skillsAble to assist the company in handling some other tasks, strong ability to withstand pressureHave the right to work in the UKRemuneration Package: salary package is negotiable based on experience31 Days Holidays (incl. public holidays)Pension Scheme
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • techUK
      Job Title: Head of Policy - Financial Services ProgrammeLocation: LondonSalary: £45,000 - £60,000 per annum based on experienceJob Type: Full Time, PermanentThe roleWe are looking for a passionate policy leader to drive our financial services programme. techUK's Head of Financial Services Programme leads all of our work in this fast evolving and growing sector.techUK's Financial Services programme brings together technology vendors, regulators, Government and financial institutions to create the right conditions to deploy digital transformation within the sector. It helps our members better understand the industry and showcase their expertise, products and services - be that around greater resilience in the banking sector, the challenges of combating fraud, to the opportunities around digital and financial inclusion.The role is responsible for delivering a wide range of outputs to respond to the interest and expectations of techUK members and senior leadership. This involves working closely with techUK members through working groups, committees, and bilateral meetings to understand what the priorities of the programme should be and the appropriate outputs that can be delivered. Developing strong relationships with members is essential as is engaging with colleagues and external stakeholders, to ensure the activities delivered have an impact and respond to techUK's priorities and its members.A key aspect of this role is the focus on building and developing networks, within techUK membership and with external stakeholders, delivering events - from roundtables to conferences, and developing and drafting techUK's positions and responses on key issues relevant to the organisation and its members in the financial services sector.The role will require you to deliver against a range of financial and performance targets (including membership growth and retention) and to manage a complex workload with competing demands.Key Duties Setting the strategic direction of the Financial Services Programme, with techUK's members input, particularly through the Financial Services Council and working groupsDelivering events and meetings on priorities identified with members - roundtables, briefings, panel sessions and conferencesIdentifying emerging issues relevant to techUK and its members' products and services, prioritising and acting on them appropriatelyAlerting members and colleagues to new policy and market developments, researching implications and collating evidence of potential impacts. Responding accordingly through consultation responses, letters or thought leadership piecesDeveloping strong relationships with relevant individuals and teams within membership, regulators and important stakeholders (including the Financial Conduct Authority, the Competition and Markets Authority, the Bank of England, etc.), Parliament and other external stakeholdersProducing externally-facing explanatory material for non-technical readers - blogs, newsletters, articles for the pressSpeaking at events, including chairing meeting, moderating panel sessions and taking part in meetings and events organised by external stakeholdersWorking closely with colleagues to ensure member satisfaction and contributing to the work of the business development teamReporting back to members regularly on activity and progressPerson Specification:Competence:A self-motivated individual who is comfortable leading autonomously several projectsA team player who is comfortable and able to work with relevant individuals and teams across techUKStrong interpersonal skills. The ability to build, manage and maintain relationships with a diverse range of people and organisationsEssential Knowledge and Experience:Demonstrates a strong understanding of the impact of technology in the financial services sector and some challenges and opportunities for techUK's members and prospectsExperience of delivering events and high quality written materialsA track record and experience of managing relationships with a diverse range of stakeholdersDesired Knowledge and ExperienceA working knowledge of the UK financial services industry, characteristics, business models, and priorities of the regulators and key stakeholdersAn understanding of the regulatory and policy environment about Open Banking, payments, financial inclusion, operational resilience, fraud, digital currencies and ESGExperience working with a public affairs agency, with or for a membership/trade bodyPlease Note:This is a full-time role based out of techUK's London offices with flexibility for hybrid working.The successful candidate must have permission to work in the UK prior to the commencement of employment. Due to the volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of applying, please deem your application as unsuccessful on this occasion.Please click the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with experience of; Financial Policy Manager, Finance Programme Manager, Financial Services, Head of Financial Services Programme, Senior Policy Manger, Policy Management, Senior Policy Officer, Head of Financial Policy, Financial Services Policy Manager may also be considered for this role.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:Experience in Project Management and Stakeholder Management Experience in privacy compliance within the digital media sphere Preferred qualifications:Familiarity with Google Ad products and capabilities Familiarity with Google Cloud and machine learning capabilitiesAbility to work independently in a fast-paced, ambiguous, and global environment with proven success in project management, execution, and multitaskingAbility to absorb technical concepts and communicate them to a non-technical audienceAbout the jobIn this role, you will work closely with teams across Privacy, Marketing, and Google Compliance to drive cross-functional alignment and support controls and risk management practices across Marketing. You will partner with Process and Control Managers to assess and evaluate control deficiencies and execute remediation plans.ResponsibilitiesAct as our resident regulatory expert understanding the ins-and-outs of marketing impact from ongoing and developing regulations and privacy laws globally.Manage partnerships with agencies, ad product teams, and cross-functional stakeholders to execute day-to-day deliverables.Provide specialized policy support to internal ad campaigns pertaining to use of Display and Video 360 (DV360), Campaign Manager, Google Ads, and others.Work on/lead advanced development of marketing compliance in the changing technical ecosystem of the digital advertising industry alongside Google’s wider policies.Build relationships with Legal and Privacy teams to ensure marketing is privacy-first with systemized best practices for operational efficiencies.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • bromley, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for a Credit Risk Analyst to join the team.Location: BromleySalary: Competitive + BenefitsAbout Us: Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.Credit Risk Analyst - The Role:The jobholder will be responsible for the monitoring of the portfolio and at merchant level from a Credit Risk perspective. Furthermore, the jobholder will prepare ad-hoc/periodic Credit Risk reporting and be actively be involved in the improvement of systems and processes in areas under remit.Credit Risk Analyst - Key Responsibilities:- To actively participate within the Credit Risk Team in the delivery of the BAU- Analysis and determination of risks, watch and observe the situation of credit- Day to day risk management routines ( Refund Monitoring, Credit Reference Agency Alerts, Negative Balances, Dormant reporting, volume capping)- Working collaboratively with the Fraud team and other teams within the company- Regularly review exposures and recommend mitigation plans where necessary escalating where appropriate- Ongoing involvement in non-BAU initiatives as delegated by Head of Risk- Participation within team meetings- Manage external Debt Collection Agency relationships and workflows- Working within approval limits escalating where appropriateCredit Risk Analyst - You:- Strong analytical and quantitative skills- Knowledge of financial and risk analysis- Capability to understand Audited Financial Statements- Attention to detail and due diligence- Good written and oral communications skills- Well organised and meticulous- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel and PowerPoint- Desirably leadership skillsCredit Risk Analyst - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market-leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family-friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life Assurance- Social events and team building- CelebrationsWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting Credit Risk Analyst opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      Please note you will only be considered for this role if you are eligible to work in the UK.This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Sales & Purchase Ledger Assistant to join a well established but small online retail organisation in Central London. This role is paying £27,500 and offers hybrid working (4 days in the office, 1 day from home). To be considered for this Accounts Assistant position you MUST have previous experience with Sage Line 50, sales ledgers, purchase ledgers, invoices, and credit control. As an experienced Accounts Assistant, you will work closely with the sales team regarding invoicing requirements and client payment terms, raising credit notes, managing amendments, and Collating all daily receipts. Additional responsibilities include managing sales invoice / purchase order queries that occur and ensuring all issues are resolved, monitoring client accounts and ensuring that payment terms & conditions are adhered to, and assisting the purchase ledger process with information as amendments occur. This role is based in the Euston area of Central London within walking distance of Euston Square, Warren Street and Great Portland Street tube stations. If you are an experienced Sales & Purchase Ledger or Bookkeeper looking for a new challenge please send me your CV immediately.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.Experience with compliance programsPreferred qualifications:Master's degree in business administrationExperience in financial analysis and reporting. Strong communication and collaboration skills, including experience working with cross-functional teamsStrong business acumen.About the jobThe Google Compliance team makes sure that our business is always consistent with the current financial regulations. Comprised of multitaskers, this team balances Google's legal and compliance requirements with the dynamic needs of our users and the values of our company. As part of this team, you proactively identify pain points and gaps in existing policy frameworks and find innovative solutions. You develop efficient compliance systems and work with teams to implement these across the organization. You are thorough in all you do and see to it that as Google pursues our next big idea, we always have our bases covered.The DeepMind finance team provides financial and compliance risk management support across the business. As a key part of the Finance team, the Risk and Compliance Specialist ensures that our partnership programs and agreements are efficiently vetted cross-functionally. You will coordinate due-diligence processes and stay abreast of regulatory changes with DeepMind and Alphabet’s senior executives in multiple compliance areas. You will ensure that DeepMind meets its statutory reporting obligations to both external and internal stakeholders. As a Risk and Compliance Specialist you will ensure that any new partnerships launch in compliance and on time, and that DeepMind remains in continuous compliance with government regulatory reporting obligations. You will develop effective compliance systems and work with teams to implement these across the organization. You will help monitor and implement our agreement governance framework and ensure our contract management systems are effective. The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business.ResponsibilitiesManage agreement governance processes and oversee contract management systems.Articulate risks to business, legal, and finance management teams. Propose solutions and secure management buy-in to resolve process, systems and people gaps. Escalate as necessary.Ensure risk assessment and control frameworks are in place, running effectively and efficiently.Partner with internal teams to analyze industry and business related trends that pose potential business risk to DeepMind.Identify resource, process and systems gaps that jeopardize compliance or successful business outcomes.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Google
      Minimum qualifications:Bachelor's degree, law degree, or equivalent practical experience within the compliance function of a regulated financial services company.Experience working in a regulatory compliance discipline, including experience in Anti-money laundering (AML)/Customer Due Diligence (CDD) regulations and controls, Suspicious Activity report filings, Sanctions screening ( , OFAC and EU Sanctions, HMT Sanctions) and regulatory reporting.Preferred qualifications:Master's degree, PhD, CAMS certification, or other Financial Services Industry recognized compliance qualification.Experience in dealing with correspondence with the United Kingdom Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) or other United Kingdom, European, or international regulatory agencies.About the jobThe Finance Operations team manages Google's cash transactions on a global basis and ensures that Google's incoming and outgoing cash processes are controlled, effective and efficient. As a member of this team, you'll find innovative ways to manage our complex set of transactions. You'll make processes more efficient and scalable, work to ensure the highest level of quality of our operations, and proactively minimize operational risk. Externally, you collaborate with our extended workforce partners and internally, you will collaborate across the multiple areas of the Financial Operations team.As a Regulatory Compliance Officer, you will develop and enhance global policies, report and license needs, board oversight, and work cross-functionally with teams and regulators. You will identify pain points, gaps in existing policy frameworks, develop efficient compliance reporting, and help teams understand the critical nature of being compliant. The Google Payments Compliance team makes sure that our business is always consistent with the current financial regulations. This team balances Google's legal and compliance requirements with the needs of our users and the values of our company. The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business.ResponsibilitiesCreate and modify compliance systems, policies, procedures, controls, reporting, and training for Google Payments in Europe.Implement and administer a comprehensive regulatory risk framework to proactively manage the firm's risks and present a regular summary to the board of directors.Support the second line of defense Compliance Assurance Testing program and the existing Anti-Money Laundering/Counter Terrorist Financing compliance program.Work with regional and global compliance officers to review all aspects of the compliance framework for potential enhancements.Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. See also Google's EEO Policy and EEO is the Law. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing our Accommodations for Applicants form.
      • north west london, london
      • full-time
      • Language Matters
      Our client, a leading multinational company, is currently looking for a Spanish and Italian speaking Credit Controller to be part of their international team. The role would be offering full in-office training and continuous support.Your responsibilities will include:Ensuring outstanding debts are collected efficiently via telephone and email before the due dateAnalysing credit reports and payment history to offer payment plans in line with the credit policy of the companyBuilding strong relationships with customers to ensure prompt payment is guaranteedAbout you:The ideal candidate will have a strong eye for detail, Spanish and Italian language skills with a keen interest/previous experience in credit control. You will join a motivated, friendly, and dynamic team and will have great opportunities to progress and develop your skill-set. If you speak Spanish and Italian fluently and want to progress within your career, this is the right opportunity for you!Profile:Required to be fluent in Spanish, Italian and English, both written and spokenPrevious experience in credit control, debt collection, or accounts receivable is desirable but not necessaryAttention to detail and good analytical and numeracy skillsKnowledge of SAP, MS Office and Lotus notes toolsAble to work in a fast-paced environment and to tight deadlinesTo apply, please send your CV in English and in Word format to Alexia. languagematters is acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy.
      • london, london
      • Arrow Electronics, Inc.
      Position:Corporate AuditorJob Description:Arrow Corporate AuditorAn opportunity has arisen to join the Corporate Audit function of Arrow, a global US-listed Fortune 150 technology company with revenues of over $28Bn, headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Arrow provides products, services and solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components as well as enterprise computing solutions.This role sits within the EMEA Corporate Audit team and is primarily based in London, although audit engagements and projects will be executed throughout the EMEA region. Arrow Corporate Audit's mission is to deliver responsive risk-based audit and advisory services in a spirit of partnership with objectivity, fairness, transparency, and in accordance with our professional and ethical standards to our stakeholders. This role in instrumental in achieving that mission.Within Arrow, Auditors are the business facing ambassadors of Corporate Audit and are charged with helping to deliver our audit and advisory services across our global organization, address all areas of enterprise risk management (strategic, financial, operational, compliance, and reputational), and have a key role in establishing the team culture. They demonstrate knowledge of key aspects of the internal audit process including control evaluation and testing methodologies and other Financial and Operational Internal Control methodologies and terminology ( , COSO).Arrow's Corporate Auditors are a crucial business partner to Arrow businesses, departments, and other key stakeholders. They execute high quality value-adding projects in a professional, detailed, diligent and collaborative manner. They are credible and are able to communicate complicated issues and the concept of risk and risk management to non-finance based individuals as well as senior executives and business leaders throughout the Arrow organization.Arrow Auditors are agile thinkers and are able to react, adjust their project scope and procedures and problem solve where required. They are able to see the wider-risk and form an opinion on the level to which it is mitigated. They are able to execute a bespoke engagement to deliver specific assurance on a stated goal and they do not rely on thoughtlessly executing a standard, repetitive work program.Consequently, Arrow Auditors are a highly prized team-member, whose experiences, feedback and input are invaluable to the function as it seeks to constantly evolve, improve and provide gold-standard audit projects to the business.Arrow Corporate Auditor Core Competencies and Functions:Being part of different teams, helping to create a positive working environment through the building of solid relationships with other team members; executing projects and identifying areas of further work; the providing of candid, meaningful feedback in a timely manner; and keeping leadership informed on progress and issues.Uses available technical resources and tools to research and expand their sphere of knowledge to enhance work product, and to remain up to date on hot topics that affect Arrow's business and industry while sharing the knowledge amongst the team where applicable.Collaborates directly with key stakeholders in the organization; identifies and addresses needs through building solid relationships with stakeholders; understands the Company's business; and actively participates in discussions and meetings, leading those meetings where appropriate.Delivering high quality day-to-day engagement output, including preparing concise, accurate documents and helping to address unanticipated issues; demonstrating flexibility in prioritizing and completing tasks; and communicating potential conflicts to leadership.Develop and/or execute audit programs, benchmark financial and operational processes as well as perform process optimization.Creating high quality deliverables using appropriate business and technical language, especially in developing and documenting audit programs or testing steps, adapting an audit program to suit a specific environment, and/or designing special projects' evaluation and testing work plans.Involved with and contributes to specific company-wide strategies and initiatives.Educational / Technical Requirements:3+ years of audit or consulting experienceReady for Domestic and international travel up to 40%ACA, CPA, preferredNice to have:Big 4 experienceExperience in manufacturing, distribution/supply chain industryExposure to Oracle, AX, or similar systemsStrong MS Office and AuditBoard skillsData Analytics (ACL, Cognos, Visual Basic, etc.) knowledge is a plusArrow Electronics, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Arrow Electronics, Inc. is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please refer to our Hiring Process & Accommodations Request Instructions on our Career Site to let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.Location:UK-London, United Kingdom (Dowgate Hill)Time Type:Full timeJob Category:Accounting/Finance
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for a Trainee Risk Analyst to join the team.Location: LondonSalary: Competitive + BenefitsAbout Us:Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.Trainee Risk Analyst - The Role:To provide support to the Risk Team in performing daily monitoring activities to mitigate risks. This could be within the Fraud, Credit Risk or Disputes team.Trainee Risk Analyst - Key Responsibilities:- Build strong relationships with internal stakeholders as required- Attend internal meetings and help to provide solutions to a range of operational problems- Build a deep product knowledge of Trust Payments offering and of the payments industry- Collaborate with teams across the group providing support services to the operations function- Learn to adapt and operate in a challenging and fast paced environment- Grow your knowledge and skills and start to specialise in Risk support- Work with and start to learn how to use business systems and liaise with internal and external stakeholders- Work with peers and provide ad-hoc operational and project support to colleagues as requiredTrainee Risk Analyst - You:- Strong communication skills- Organisational skills- Team player- Have a keen eye for detail- Innovative- Keen problem solver- Process Driven- Analytical skills- Able to work autonomously- Strong IT skills, skilled in Microsoft Office- Experience in a Risk role is desirable but not a requirement- Knowledge of financial and risk analysis is desirable but not a requirementTrainee Risk Analyst - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market-leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family-friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life AssuranceWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting Trainee Risk Analysist opportunity, please click 'Apply' now!
      • orpington, london
      • full-time
      • The Recruitment Web
      Culverhouse Financial Planning Ltd, Chartered Financial Planners based in Farnborough Village, Orpington, Kent are seeking to fill the above position that has arisen due to an increase in workload caused by the demands of our expanding client ;We now have a fantastic career opportunity for a bright and enthusiastic Trainee Chartered Financial Planner to work alongside our Financial Planners.The successful candidate will be expected to complete their CII’s Level 4 qualification to achieve a Diploma in Financial Planning within an 18 months time frame. Once achieved, you will then be required to take exams to qualify as a Chartered Financial Planner.Training and Qualifications will be funded by the company and a full mentoring program will be implemented.The vacancy should appeal to a University Graduate with a minimum 2:1 degree or to a School Leaver with good grades.We would expect you to live within 10 miles radius of our office.The successful candidate needs to show a desire to work in Financial Planning and be comfortable studying and passing exams.Apply with your CV and a covering note outlining what skills you will bring to our company.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ashdown Group Limited
      Please note you will only be considered for this role if you are eligible to work in the UK.A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced Finance Assistant to join a specialist reinsurance firm based in central London. The company offers hybrid, flexible working and a generous benefits package including free gym membership, interest free season ticket loan and enrolment into their pension, medical and life schemes. As the Accounts Assistant your key responsibilities will include inputting payments for approval, liaising with banks, overseas branches and other group entities, allocating expenses in Xero software and checking expenses for approval. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years’ experience within a similar role. The salary on offer is up to £35,000 per annum + great benefits.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • MONDAY RECRUITMENT LTD
      We are currently looking for Trainee Estate Agents to take up positions in a well known UK Estate Agency Network.Due to continued expansion they are currently seeking trainees to fill roles in over 200 of their biggest and most well known estate agency offices, offering candidates the perfect opportunity to begin a secure and rewarding job whilst learning.Our client's network of partners includes corporate market leaders that employ thousands of estate agents nationwide.Our client strongly encourages the professional accreditation of their employees as a result this is also a fantastic opportunity for anyone who wants to train to gain an Estate Agent Technical Award, accredited by the NFOPP and become a qualified accredited Estate agent, whilst earning an exceptional wage.Candidates must have a keen interest in the property industry and be happy to get accredited whilst in full time paid employment. No previous experience or qualifications are required.Successful candidates will:• Be well-presented • Have a professional approach• Have a flexible positive attitude• Be happy to work towards getting accredited• Have good communication skillsWith property prices increasing fast throughout the UK, estate agency salaries have risen over 27% in the last year alone!!!! Our clients Entry Level Estate Agent salary expectations are now typically between £24-30k rising to £40k+. This is an excellent opportunity to join a stable global industry that is enjoying phenomenal growth.If this opportunity seems perfect for you, for more information why not apply; we look forward to helping you with your new and exciting future.To apply for this opportunity simply click the apply button and one of our consultants will contact you with more information.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Hyde Group
      6-months Fixed Term ContractClosing date: 28th June 2022Interviews: ASAPWe’re looking to recruit an Accountant to join our Finance team at our head office based in London Bridge. This is a 6 months fixed-term-contract, with flexible working available on a hybrid basis (60% remote and 40% office based).The Hyde Group’s vision is to provide a great home for everyone. Our values guide the way we operate as a business: we’re customer driven, inclusive, collaborative and innovative.In this role, you’ll provide financial support as part of a small team within a specific area of the business that will include the following responsibilities: monthly management accounts, budgets and forecasts, production of standard and ad-hoc reporting of financial information and primary user for creation and posting of journals.Duties of an Accountant:Production and loading of accurate monthly financial performance information, annual budgets and in-year forecasts in line with Group timelines along with the team.Financial reconciliations of key areas of income and costsUse of corporate database systems to maintain, manage and produce relevant reports for the business.Support team members in providing financial analysis, support and advice to Business Managers.Prepare balance sheet reconciliations, ensuring all transactions are evidenced and fully understood. Pro-actively highlighting any potential areas of riskSupport the production of annual statutory accounts for Hyde Group and its’ subsidiaries, producing working papers and liaising with external auditors as required. .Requirements:Strong accounting & analytical backgroundIntermediate excel skills including v-looks ups, pivot tables, formulasExcellent communication skillsExperience of working to tight deadlinesWe offer a great flexible benefits package, a 35-hour working week, a fantastic pension scheme and the opportunity to work for an organisation whose social purpose is to help provide people with a home.Diversity and inclusion are integral to the Hyde Group as a social business, and critical in delivering our vision of a great home for everyone. We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusivity is the norm and not an initiative. Many of the greatest ideas and discoveries come from a diverse mix of minds, backgrounds and experiences, and we’re committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace which reflects our customer profile and where everyone is proud to be unique.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The Silk Factory
      Finance Assistant – £30,000-£35,000– LondonThe RoleDo you possess previous experience looking after transactional finance duties, including invoicing, expenses and reconciliation? Are you interested in working in the film industry? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!We are a global creative studio, looking to appoint an experienced Finance Assistant to our talented, passionate team.The successful candidate will be responsible for the day to day running of the finance function including Accounts Payable, Receivable and supporting with reporting.This is a hybrid role, with standard working hours being 9am-6pm.Key Responsibilities:The key responsibilities of a Finance Assistant include, but are not limited to:•Processing Purchase Invoices daily.•Onboarding vendors and keeping vendor paperwork/files in order.•Reconciling supplier statements.•Reconciling and processing company credit card transactions•Chasing relevant individuals to submit corporate credit card and cash expense claims on time.•Review and processing of expense claims.•Dealing with queries and any issues relating to invoices, purchase orders, payments, credit cards, and expenses.•Reconciling costs between in house Project Management tool (Filemaker) and Finance Package Project module (Xero).•Assistance in bank account maintenance and monitoring of cash positions.•Assisting with supplier and freelancer pay runs.•Prepare and raise revenue invoices as required.•Reviewing and chasing debtors as required.•Assist in the preparation of balance sheet reconciliations.•Assist in preparing ad hoc business analysis.•General administrative tasks and support for the Team.•Ensuring efficiency of process and pro-actively identifying opportunities for process improvement and commercial enhancement.•Other daily finance and administrative duties as assigned and needed.The CompanySilk Factory is an exciting creative content agency with offices in London and NYC, delivering AV and digital creative for all platforms across entertainment campaigns. From the biggest trailers, to five second social ads, we produce impactful AV content that puts the audience at the heart of the creative process.We have a full 360 offering in our postproduction facility, including online and offline edit suites, motion graphics, sound mixing suites and 4k grading. A highly experienced team of producers, editors and designers create and deliver content across Cinema, TV, Online & VoD, Social, Digital Outdoor, Radio and Podcast.With over 28 years combined industry experience the Silk Factory team recognize the rapidly evolving requirements for any marketing services and so all our creative is tailored specifically to the relevant audience and platform, delivering the most engaging content possible.The Benefits•Private Health Insurance.•Life Insurance.The PersonThe key skills and qualities of a Finance Assistant:•Proven experience working as part of a Finance function with rounded responsibilities.•Experience working within Ecommerce/Digital/Creative would be desirable but not essential.•A hands-on work approach and willing to work using your own initiative and managing your own workload.•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.•Confident liaising with both finance and non-finance stakeholders.•Highly organised and willing to work in a fast-paced environment.•Strong Academics.•Excellent Microsoft Office skills.•An interest in the media/ entertainment industry.•Experience in using Xero finance package including multi company and multi-currency modules.If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward-thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please click the apply now button to find out more.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • The People Network
      Security and Compliance Manager Hybrid base mainly remote. Are you a Security and Compliance Manager looking for your next challenge? Take responsibility for delivering compliance and audit for both internal and external ISO /IEC 27001 and security frameworks. Working for one of the leaders in digital transformation with a focus on the public sector. As the Compliance Manager, you'll be in charge of putting the Information Security Management System (ISMS) and Cyber Security Plan's strategy, policies, and working practices into action. You'll be in charge of creating and enforcing security policies, standards, procedures, and guidelines.In this role you will be involved in:Compliance with appropriate regulatory, audit, and security best practices is ensured through ownership and responsibility for policies and controls.Ownership of ISO/IEC 27001 actions resulting from external audit and compliance activityEnsuring compliance to ISO/IEC 27001, follow up and escalate any noncompliance.Production and maintenance of detailed security documentation and the Information Security Management System (ISMS)Coordination of security policies and standards to improve response to business customer security requests.Maintaining descriptions for all ISO 27001 controls (Statement of Applicability).Ensuring governance is monitored and measurable within the Security Team To secure this role you will have experience of:Information Security compliance with strong knowledge and experience with security policies and standardsKnowledge of IT security solutions and their integration and operation into business systems and processesISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer/AuditorISO 31000 Risk Management This is a great chance to join a leading organisation that can offer interesting and important work with career progression.If you are interested please apply ASAP. The People Network is an employment agency and will respond to all applicants within three - five working days. If you do not hear within these timescales please feel free to get in touch.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Newham Council
      Job Title: Head of Business InvestmentLocation: Newham DocksideSalary:£56,997 - £70,677 per annum Job type: Full time, PermanentClosing Date: 03/07/2022Newham is a vibrant inner-city borough just 25 minutes from the centre of London. Proud to be home to one of the youngest and most diverse cultures across the country, Newham is a borough which makes living and working such a great experience.Our council is led by directly elected Mayor, Rokhsana Fiaz, and 60 locally elected councillors who make decisions on how to provide local services on behalf of the local people. The Mayor is responsible for all executive decisions, providing strategic leadership across the borough. The day to day delivery of council services is led by Chief Executive, Althea Loderick, supported by Andrew Ireland, the Director of Strategic Investments.Working with us, you'll benefit from collaborating with a talented group of people that make our team unique. We work together to find solutions, sharing ideas to resolve issues as they arise. Priding ourselves on being a team that actively listens and respects the views of others, we encourage equality and diversity in all that we do.As an employee of the Council, there are a host of benefits available to our employees. Some of the benefits include 26 days annual leave, flexible working & the cycle to work scheme.About the role:In 2018 the Council took the decision to merge the Shareholder Function with the Business & Growth Team, forming the Strategic Investment Group.The overall purpose of the Strategic Investment Group is to provide tactical leadership, whilst taking accountability for the management of the Council's portfolio of investments & shareholdings. Ensuring the group are able to achieve the strategic objectives of the Council, the team are involved in four key activities:Portfolio ManagementOptimising return on existing Council assets & investmentsFinancial StabilityIncreasing income generation, whilst identifying opportunities to make savingsGovernance & Risk ManagementProviding strategic oversight across the Council's portfolio & shareholdingsProject DeliveryCollaborating with stakeholders, taking a lead on organisational projectsOur Head of Business Investments (HoBI) is instrumental in driving our commercial activity forwards. Providing expert guidance on commercial issues and governance requirements, the HoBI supports the financial sustainability of the Council, whilst delivering the best value for money for our residents.Acting as a Change Agent, the role facilitates the provision of corporate assignments, highlighting the need for strong, effective partnerships across the organisation. Leading a portfolio of projects, the HoBI also takes responsibility for delivering a range of complex commercial transactions, ensuring adequate protection for the Boroughs interests.Above all, the role ensures strategic management of the portfolio of equity holdings, debt investment and commercial assets, improving efficiencies by leveraging opportunities, to balance the medium term financial strategy.About you:As a natural leader, you will use your interpersonal skills to develop strong working relationships with stakeholders across the Council. Working with key figures such as the Mayor and Cabinet members, you will have an understanding of the political landscape and how the public sector makes key decisions. With a focus on putting residents at the heart of all that we do, we are looking for a candidate who shares the same values as we do. However, it doesn't stop there, to be successful in securing an interview, you must clearly evidence the following experience:Undertaking sophisticated commercial analysis of business propositionsWorking within an asset & investment management environmentCreating business cases for investment opportunitiesAdvising & supporting stakeholders surrounding risk & governance of investmentsLeading projects from initiation to final delivery, through strong project managementBuilding relationships and negotiating with senior figures to achieve desired outcomesAdditional InformationWe are committed to creating an inclusive, anti-racist environment for all. When you apply for a job at Newham, your application is considered on its merits regardless of your age, disability, ethnicity, faith, gender identity or sexual orientation. If you share our vision and values, and you bring the experience and skills we need, that's all that matters to us.Please click on the APPLY button and you will be REDIRECTED to the Council's careers page.Candidates with the relevant experience or job titles of; Director of Business Investment, Business Investment Lead, Council Investment, Head of Investment Planning, Commercial Investment Director, Head of Investment, will also be considered.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Corporate Finance AssociateSalary: Up to £35,000 Per AnnumLocation: Mayfair London W1J 8DZ About The CompanyA UK headquartered asset management company targeting opportunities arising from the bidirectional flow of capital between the UK and India. Founded in 2007, they now employ over 100 people, with a wealth of experience in the industries in which they operate, these include:•Fintech verticals including a digital banking, life assurance, crowd funding and robo advisory wealth management platforms •Hospitality/construction verticals including a modular construction and an environmentally friendly eco-hotel business;•Their own branded, joint venture ad while label funds Their leadership consists of Indian and British corporate leaders with blue chip investment background, real estate and finance skills who are based in UK, India and Gibraltar and who speak local languages and have a strong networks on the ground.Culture:Their culture is friendly and fast paced and they are constantly challenging themselves and adapting the way they do things.The company are committed to working with integrity - they’re growing quickly but they also want to make sure that they are building a team on really solid foundations. They take care with who they hire, and all team members are motivated and commercially aware.The RoleThe company are looking for an experienced Corporate Finance Associate with a minimum of 1 year experience ideally with some exposure to listing IPOs. The successful candidate will work in the Operations department, leading and preparing for fund raises and listing-related ; Responsibilities•Preparing for fund raises by individual verticals•Drafting documentation and carrying out compliance for listing and related transactions•Preparing materials including marketing collateral for fund raisings•Gathering information and preparing desk research using a wide range of public and online sources•Drafting documents such as confidential Information Memorandums and investment pitch decks•Maintaining financial models prepared by third party specialists for individual verticals•Coordinating teams of professionals, including accountants, lawyers and PR consultants and working closely with themRequired Experience•An ACCA Graduate•A keen interest in Fintech and start-ups and the ability to apply your skills creatively to diverse project needs•Multi-jurisdiction exposure would be advantageous•A team player, with strong project management and written and oral communication skills•Ability to handle multiple tasks at the same time•Strong analytical skills and proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint;•Keen commercial sense and business acumen•Positive attitude and team player who embraces close collaboration with a tightly knit team•Flexible approach to working•Self-confidence and the ability to make difficult decision•The ability to work under pressure and cope well in stressful situationsBenefits•25 days annual holiday•Pension•Company sponsored lunchTo ApplyIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable company, then please do not hesitate in applying.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Postify Ltd
      Estate agent – Work from HomeWould you like to Work from Home in your home area? This is an opportunity where your income is limited only by what you want to achieve.We are a global estate agency but with expert local knowledge provided by local property professionals who are focussed on delivering excellent customer service and results.Our agents advise their clients in all aspects of estate agency including selling, buying, letting, investment and property management for both the residential and commercial sectors.As the largest estate agency in the world with over 190,000 agents in over 50 countries, we have unrivalled global reach and a reputation for excellence and integrity over the past 40 years.With a focus on ongoing training and mentoring, you will be given all the skills and support you would expect from a global brand.Working from home you will have the flexibility and the rewards with unlimited commission.Our organization in the US was recently voted the number one training company across all ;It has also been listed as the Happiest Company to work for by Forbes Magazine in the US, beating companies like Google and Amazon, this comes down to our amazing ;The UK business shares these global values: the commitment to training and mentoring, entrepreneurial businesspeople and to shared success for our customers and our team of agents.No prior experience required as full training will be provided.Pay: £ Uncapped earningsBenefits:•· Company events•· Flexible schedule•· Profit sharing•· Referral programme•· Work from homeLicence/Certification:•· Driving License (preferred)Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Flexible - Commission only Due to our incredible growth, we are looking for Agents in the following areas: Brixton, Camberwell, Battersea, Croydon, StreathamCrystal Palace, Peckham, Vauxhall, Walworth, Sutton, Greenwich, Bermondsey, Lambeth, Clapham, Wimbledon, KenningtonLewisham, Deptford, Canary Wharf, London Bridge, SE1, Covent Garden, Soho, WandsworthTo learn more about this excellent opportunity please apply now…………..
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG has a real estate portfolio of more than 4M square feet, with significant real estate activity as we grow and diversify as a business and evolve our workplace of the future. We have high expectations of our office experience, focused on forward thinking office design, a human-centered employee experience, and technology innovation.The Senior Analyst will be an integral part of the Portfolio Analysis team to provide consistent and top-quality analyses that inform the strategic direction of real estate actions, facilitate real estate portfolio reporting, and support evolution of BCG’s real estate portfolio strategy. You will focus on a regional portfolio and will be a business partner coordinating with local offices and directly supporting the GRE Workplace, Transactions, and Capital Projects teams through the real estate life cycle, from strategy development to real estate approval and implementation. This position is built around teamwork, meeting customer needs, identifying trends and shortfalls in the portfolio, and developing new ways of driving change in a culturally diversified portfolio. Key responsibilities include, among others:Partner with Project delivery teams and local office stakeholders to develop real estate strategies that balance business priorities within a global frameworkDevelop creative and impactful analyses to drive real estate decisions and direction of portfolioManage business case development, from designing a compelling story to structuring insightful analyses and gathering input as requiredLiaise with external vendors and analysts in India who support financial analysis and other analytical workTrack project metrics relevant to portfolio performance, identifying trends and nuancesTake active role in evolving Portfolio Analysis and work collaboratively with other analysts to share best practices and process improvementsYOU'RE GOOD ATA successful candidate will be able to design a compelling story, structure and solve problems, communicate solutions, and navigate cultural nuances, as well as integrate seamlessly with a global BCG team. Specifically, you:Have a consultative approach to problem solvingEnergized by creative and insightful analysesStrong drive and relentless curiosityPassionate to make an impactInnate ability to build relationshipsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or related field; consulting experience a plus3-5 years of relevant work experience, preferably in a global environmentExceptional attention to detail and strong organization skillsAbility to synthesize data into actionable results; experience with advanced analytics a plusStrong computer skills, particularly Excel and PowerPoint, graphs and storyboarding to effectively communicate real estate strategies to senior leadershipYOU'LL WORK WITHThe Senior Analyst will work primarily with other Portfolio Analysis team members in Boston and in India on a day-to-day basis. Due to the functional nature of the work, the role will also interact with various GRE work streams, other global functions such as Technology and Finance team members, and senior stakeholders. Our truly global team is highly collaborative, strategic, and solutions-oriented. While we are located in various regions (Munich, Madrid, London, Singapore, India, and the US), we still work very closely, learn from, and challenge each other daily.
      • bromley, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for a Trainee Risk Analyst to join the team.Location: BromleySalary: Competitive + BenefitsAbout Us:Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.Trainee Risk Analyst - The Role:To provide support to the Risk Team in performing daily monitoring activities to mitigate risks. This could be within the Fraud, Credit Risk or Disputes team.Trainee Risk Analyst - Key Responsibilities:- Build strong relationships with internal stakeholders as required- Attend internal meetings and help to provide solutions to a range of operational problems- Build a deep product knowledge of Trust Payments offering and of the payments industry- Collaborate with teams across the group providing support services to the operations function- Learn to adapt and operate in a challenging and fast paced environment- Grow your knowledge and skills and start to specialise in Risk support- Work with and start to learn how to use business systems and liaise with internal and external stakeholders- Work with peers and provide ad-hoc operational and project support to colleagues as requiredTrainee Risk Analyst - You:- Strong communication skills- Organisational skills- Team player- Have a keen eye for detail- Innovative- Keen problem solver- Process Driven- Analytical skills- Able to work autonomously- Strong IT skills, skilled in Microsoft Office- Experience in a Risk role is desirable but not a requirement- Knowledge of financial and risk analysis is desirable but not a requirementTrainee Risk Analyst - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market-leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family-friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life AssuranceWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting Trainee Risk Analysist opportunity, please click 'Apply' now!
      • london central/west end, london
      • full-time
      • Applicant Services
      Ambitious securitisation repository SecRep is looking for an Accounting Clerk & Administrator who would enjoy the option to work remotely, to coordinate day to day financial operations and support the administrative function of the business.Accounting Clerk & AdministratorLondon SE1 7EH (this role can be performed remotely)Full Time, Permanent£25,000 - £35,000 Dependent on Experience Please Note: Applicants must be eligible to work in the UKSecRep Limited is one of only two FCA authorised Securitisation Repositories in the UK. We build and run the IT systems which enable our customers to meet their reporting obligations under the Securitisation Regulation.Our supportive, dedicated team of financial services and IT professionals is a mixture of new staff and people who have worked together for nearly 20 years. We started to build the SecRep businesses in 2018 as a project within another company, later spinning them off as independent start-ups headed by senior staff from the original company.We’re looking for a bright, enthusiastic, hard-working Accounting Clerk and Administrator who will grow personally and professionally as the company grows.About the Role:This role focuses on ensuring all our financial operations run smoothly. We are looking for someone who can work independently, pick new things up quickly, find solutions to problems they encounter and approach their work in an organised, methodical way.You will:Ensure bills are paid and customers invoiced.Ensure payroll, pensions and taxes are dealt with.Support senior management.Ensure utilities, services and subscriptions are renewed, renegotiated or switched appropriately.Duties:Support the business and accountant - Annual Accounts, VAT Returns, Corporation Tax.Xero - Updating feed, producing reports, invoicing, including repeat invoices.Upload documentation (Journal run and Dutch tax statement, bank statements, card and savings account statements).Check figures from payroll provider, send for approval, make payments, record, inform accountants.HMRC payments (PAYE/NIC) and HMRC communications, tax code change notices, etc.Direct Debits - set up and monitor.Additionally, this role will share responsibility with the co-administrator for the following duties;Onboarding customers, performing due diligence on prospective system users and managing relationships and updates/requests from customers.Administrative support for day to day projects and processes.Ordering of hardware.Picking up incoming phone calls.About You:Excellent attention to detail.Excellent analytical and reporting abilities.Ability to organise work, prioritise tasks and work to deadlines.Ability to communicate complex financial information.Numeracy skills for accurate accounting.Computer literacy and IT skills transferable to bookkeeping software.Customer service skills for dealing with clients or suppliers directly.Experience:RequiredAccounts payable / receivable rolesUse of accounting softwareUse of Excel to an advanced standardUse of Microsoft Office softwareDesirableUse of XeroExperience in small/medium enterprisesExperience working remotelyQualifications:Good GCSEs including Mathematics and English.Education to A-Level standard, NVQ Level 3, or equivalentWorking Location: This is primarily a remote working position. Candidates in the other areas of the country may wish to visit the office, but this is not essential, and the position is open to candidates from all locations.Remote working is our 'old normal' – we were doing it long before the pandemic and we’re glad to see that the world is catching up. The UK staff work closely with the EU management team in the Netherlands to support the activities of both companies.How to apply for the role:If you have the skills and experience required for this position, click “apply” today and check your inbox for an email providing more information on how to tailor your application and provide a cover letter or any supporting documents.No agencies please.Other suitable skills and experience includes Accounts Administrator, Finance Assistant, Finance Administrator, Accounting Jobs London, Remote Accounts Administrator Jobs, Accounts Assistant
      • london, london
      • PA Consulting
      Company DescriptionAbout usWe believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world.As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough use of technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.An innovation and transformation consultancy, we are over 3,200 specialists in consumer, defence and security, energy and utilities, financial services, government, health and life sciences, manufacturing, and transport. Our people are strategists, innovators, designers, consultants, digital experts, scientists, engineers and technologists. We operate globally from offices across the UK, US, Europe, and the Nordics.PA. Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Job Description● We work in a hybrid model at PA, but your work base will be our London office or Edinburgh office● Travel to client site will be necessary as and when the client requires● Full time● Application deadline: ASAP Agile at PAPA’s Agile business is considered by clients and by the industry alike as the pre-eminent Agile consultancy. We are the leading Thought Leaders in Organisational Agility. Our clients span across the UK and internationally. We have unparalleled track record, assets, collateral, experience and ; We created a groundbreaking report, the “The Evolution of the Agile Organisation” which is still regarded as the leading resource in Organisational Agility.As an Agile expert, you will support our clients with the largest and most complex agile transformations and continue to build on our Thought Leadership. You will grow our community to create a sense of belonging for all of our new team members and build up their skills in all areas of agile transformations alongside building our collateral to help us support proposals and approaches for all areas of organisational agility. Where You Can Make A Difference We are looking to increase our growing team of Agile experts who have experience working within Financial Services or Insurance, to support a scaled agile transformation for a leading global client.By thinking innovatively, working together and trusting our people, we are able to design and drive this organisations’ journey towards realising an empowered culture, efficiency through an Agile operating model and dynamic support through lean governance. Reflecting on the journey so far, we've learned that tight collaboration is needed to scale our impact, unlocking our potential to create a better human future for our client and our team.Come join us!QualificationsAbout YouTo rise to the challenge this Agile role brings, you should be experienced in operating model design, training and coaching teams to blend the right Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, DevOps and Kanban practices to address an organisations’ objective.You will have experience working within Financial Services, exceptional interpersonal skills to build strong relationships with C-suite executives as well as leading multiple Agile teams ( using Scrum of Scrums, as an RTE or Kanban Lead). You will also have an understanding of scaling frameworks such as LeSS, Scrum@Scale and its application to programmes and portfolios.Additional InformationThe Offer● The opportunity to work on the largest Agile transformations in finance with incredible people● Flexible healthcare plans for you and your family● The opportunity to work in a hybrid way● Competitive leave allowances and holiday buy back● A wide range of internal and external training including Agile qualifications● 3 days’ volunteering for a charity of your choice through our ‘Give as You Earn’ scheme Diversity Enables IngenuityOur diversity strengthens us and stimulates a rich, creative environment where our people feel empowered to be themselves. We’re committed to recruiting, promoting and rewarding our people solely based on their ability to contribute to PA’s goals, no matter their background. Together, we are PA — Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process — at any time — don’t hesitate to contact us on
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe onboarding and continuous development of our BST staff is one of the highest priorities at BCG. As the Global Learner Portfolio Senior Manager for one of the corporate functions, you’ll oversee the strategy, development, delivery and continuous improvement of the functional learning journey for Business Services staff. In this role, you will be a critically important strategic partner. You’ll work closely with functional leadership, human resources and L&D to ensure that learners have the skills needed today and for the future to drive BCG success as well as robust opportunities to develop and grow their careers. You will build relationships at all levels, including senior leadership, ensuring learning enables the function strategy. You will identify the learning and development needs, define their learning curriculum, select and design (internally, by purchasing from/partnering with external providers) and roll-out of learning modules, measure impact.YOU'RE GOOD AT• Working through ambiguity; Translating business strategy to learning strategies demonstrating flexibility to shift from strategic to tactical work depending upon the situation and role required• Acting as a learning business partner to key stakeholders, ensuring that solutions are relevant, prioritized, aligned to talent needs, built quickly, and delivered to land impact• You enjoy partnering with training teams, SMEs, and other internal stakeholders to assess training needs and select the most appropriate process, structure, technology, and delivery formats to suit your learning goals• You have a passion for learning and development. To you, innovative learning and utilizing the L&D technologies and new L&D settings are especially important• You enjoy working with people from different geographies with different backgrounds. You are good at influencing both internal and external stakeholders, including senior stakeholders, with your confident, competent, and convincing demeanor plus your above-average service orientation• You enjoy performing in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, service-oriented environment and managing tight timelines and deliverables across multiple projects and teams while staying true to BCG’s values and culture• You impress with your strong communication skills, and you manage potential conflicts, easily deescalating them with your tact• Your analytical expertise enables you to measure the impact of your projects and drive decisions based on data • You are comfortable working with ambiguities, and are motivated to take the driver’s seat even though sometimes roles & responsibilities are not clearly defined• You enjoy working within a complex matrix structured organization; experience doing so virtually is strongly preferred• You’re dynamic, reliable, collaborative, and motivated, and keep a cool head even in difficult situationsYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• You are a college graduate and have at least 8-10 years of relevant work experience. Advanced degree or adult learning background preferred• You have solid project management experience• You have excellent leadership and influencing skills, and you are confident in managing Senior Stakeholders• You bring deep knowledge about current developments in the L&D space, methods, and tools. Professional experience in training as a trainer, coach or designer • You have demonstrated experience of working in a global environment and managing a complex stakeholder network• You are fluent in the English language - oral and written• Professional knowledge of Slack, MS Teams, Trello, Jira, Smartsheet would be a plusYOU'LL WORK WITHBCG’s HR team works to attract, develop, excite, deploy, and retain the best people in the market. Those in human resources jobs manage the life cycle of all BCG employees—from hiring top talent and developing their skills to rewarding their contributions and supporting career progression and mobility.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONCandidates should be aware that BCG currently maintains a policy requiring all US & Canada based employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Newly hired employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their employment start date. BCG is an equal opportunity employer and will provide a reasonable accommodation to those unable to be vaccinated for medical or religious reasons where it is not an undue hardship to the company to do so as provided under applicable federal, state, provincial and local law.
      • bromley, london
      • full-time
      • Trust Payments
      Trust Payments have an exciting opportunity for an Account Portfolio Manager to join the team.Location: BromleySalary: Competitive + BenefitsAbout Us:Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution. The new business model has enabled Trust Payments to establish itself as a leading Fintech Payments group.Account Portfolio Manager - The Role:The Account Portfolio Manager will work as part of a team to service a number of Trust Payment merchant accounts. They will play a key role in the growth of the business by improving merchant interactions with the business.The successful candidate will be an excellent communicator and team player with a can-do attitude. This role will serve as a great opportunity to develop a career in Account Management.Account Portfolio Manager - Key Responsibilities:- Develop a strong understanding of Trust Payments products and internal processes- Develop a deep understanding of the payments industry- Build relationships with internal teams and stakeholders- Achieve the targets and KPIs set by the business- Maintain and update Salesforce in appropriate manner- Demonstrate a good understanding of merchant accounts and identify a way to grow those accounts- Work with the account management function to support transition of accounts and manage both growing and declining accounts effectively- Ensure a high level of merchant retention- Upsell new products to existing merchant accounts- Provide reprice requests and reviews to accounts periodicallyAccount Portfolio Manager - You- Experience working in an account management and/or customer facing role- Experience working within the payments business industry or similar adjacent sectors- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written- Friendly and informative approach to sales and an ability to build rapport and trust with merchants- Strong attention to detail- Good polite telephone manner- Ability to multi-task and manage own workloads and diary prioritisation- Good attention to detail- Self-motivated- Strong team playerAccount Portfolio Manager - Benefits:- Opportunity to be part of a rapidly scaling and market leading Fintech business- Health and Wellbeing ethos including regular wellness sessions, fitness and nutrition and other events as well as supported by internally qualified mental health first aiders- Family friendly enhanced benefits/policies- Pension, Healthcare, Life AssuranceWe understand the value that a diverse and inclusive working environment brings to Trust Payments. We celebrate the differences that people can bring through their cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or any other protected characteristic.During the recruitment process we welcome you to inform us confidentially of any special adjustments required in order to participate fully in our recruitment experience.To submit your CV for this exciting Account Portfolio Manager opportunity, please press 'Apply' now.
      • greenhill, london
      • PA Consulting
      Company DescriptionAbout usWe believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world.As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough use of technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.An innovation and transformation consultancy, we are over 3,200 specialists in consumer, defence and security, energy and utilities, financial services, government, health and life sciences, manufacturing, and transport. Our people are strategists, innovators, designers, consultants, digital experts, scientists, engineers and technologists. We operate globally from offices across the UK, US, Europe, and the Nordics.PA. Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Job Description● We work in a hybrid model at PA, but your work base will be our London office or Edinburgh office● Travel to client site will be necessary as and when the client requires● Full time● Application deadline: ASAP Agile at PAPA’s Agile business is considered by clients and by the industry alike as the pre-eminent Agile consultancy. We are the leading Thought Leaders in Organisational Agility. Our clients span across the UK and internationally. We have unparalleled track record, assets, collateral, experience and ; We created a groundbreaking report, the “The Evolution of the Agile Organisation” which is still regarded as the leading resource in Organisational Agility.As an Agile expert, you will support our clients with the largest and most complex agile transformations and continue to build on our Thought Leadership. You will grow our community to create a sense of belonging for all of our new team members and build up their skills in all areas of agile transformations alongside building our collateral to help us support proposals and approaches for all areas of organisational agility. Where You Can Make A Difference We are looking to increase our growing team of Agile experts who have experience working within Financial Services or Insurance, to support a scaled agile transformation for a leading global client.By thinking innovatively, working together and trusting our people, we are able to design and drive this organisations’ journey towards realising an empowered culture, efficiency through an Agile operating model and dynamic support through lean governance. Reflecting on the journey so far, we've learned that tight collaboration is needed to scale our impact, unlocking our potential to create a better human future for our client and our team.Come join us!QualificationsAbout YouTo rise to the challenge this Agile role brings, you should be experienced in operating model design, training and coaching teams to blend the right Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, DevOps and Kanban practices to address an organisations’ objective.You will have experience working within Financial Services, exceptional interpersonal skills to build strong relationships with C-suite executives as well as leading multiple Agile teams ( using Scrum of Scrums, as an RTE or Kanban Lead). You will also have an understanding of scaling frameworks such as LeSS, Scrum@Scale and its application to programmes and portfolios.Additional InformationThe Offer● The opportunity to work on the largest Agile transformations in finance with incredible people● Flexible healthcare plans for you and your family● The opportunity to work in a hybrid way● Competitive leave allowances and holiday buy back● A wide range of internal and external training including Agile qualifications● 3 days’ volunteering for a charity of your choice through our ‘Give as You Earn’ scheme Diversity Enables IngenuityOur diversity strengthens us and stimulates a rich, creative environment where our people feel empowered to be themselves. We’re committed to recruiting, promoting and rewarding our people solely based on their ability to contribute to PA’s goals, no matter their background. Together, we are PA — Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process — at any time — don’t hesitate to contact us on
      • sw2 2ns, london
      • full-time
      • High Trees
      The Finance & HR Lead will sit at the heart of our Operations Team, reporting to the Head of Operations and playing a crucial function in ensuring the efficient day to day management of the organisation's finances and HR functions. This role would suit someone who wishes to contribute their skills in Finance and HR administration within the charity sector and community setting, whether they have previous experience of this or whether they wish to move sectors.You will ensure High Trees' finances are efficiently managed, all systems are followed and kept up to date. You will use our accountancy software (Quickbooks) and our own internal financial spreadsheets to manage the day to day administration of our finances, including recording and tracking the income expected from funders, processing invoices and payments and producing monthly reconciliations for our Head of Operations and Co-CEOs. You will also work with our teams to ensure compliance with our financial policies, process petty cash and expenses and work with our external accountants each year to provide the information needed for our accounts.To help High Trees manage our HR functions, you will work with our Operations Team to induct new staff members, coordinate staff CPD training, support notetaking at HR meetings and work with the teams to ensure compliance with our HR policies, procedures and HR paperwork. You will use our online portals to record staff data, manage online HR functions and train new staff in its use. You will also work with the teams on the recruitment of new staff including organising interviews and collecting references.You do not need to have specifically used Quickbooks before, but will have at least two years experience using some form of accountancy software or finance system, and be proficient in managing financial admin using excel. You will be a highly organised administrator, be methodical in your approach and be a good and clear communicator. You will have the skills necessary to balance the various functions of the role and will be enthusiastic about working with a charity to improve their systems and processes.PERSON SPECIFICATION KEY ACCOUNTABILITIESThe person specification is an idea of skills, knowledge and experience required to carry out the job. The person specification will be used in the short listing and interview process for this post. Applicants who possess the essential requirements but not the desirable requirements should not be discouraged from applying.Essential* Experience with using accountancy software or finance systems* Minimum of 2 years' experience of working with finances* Must possess excellent literacy, numeracy and IT skills capable of mastering new systems as needed* Must be a good communicator & have excellent attention to detail* An eagerness to learn and developDesirable* Previous experience working within a HR role* Previous experience using HR software* Previous experience using Quickbooks* Experience working within a charity or community setting* Competent user of Microsoft Office applications, such as Outlook & TeamsHOW TO APPLYPlease send a completed CV and covering letter (no more than 2 pages) explaining how you meet the key accountabilities and the personal specification, as well as the applicant monitoring form and the additional information form All applications must be received by the 18th July at For those shortlisted a initial half hour interview will take place online at an agreed date and time, with an in person second interview thereafter
      • vauxhall, london
      • PA Consulting
      Company DescriptionAbout usWe believe in the power of ingenuity to build a positive human future in a technology-driven world.As strategies, technologies and innovation collide, we create opportunity from complexity.Our diverse teams of experts combine innovative thinking and breakthrough use of technologies to progress further, faster. Our clients adapt and transform, and together we achieve enduring results.An innovation and transformation consultancy, we are over 3,200 specialists in consumer, defence and security, energy and utilities, financial services, government, health and life sciences, manufacturing, and transport. Our people are strategists, innovators, designers, consultants, digital experts, scientists, engineers and technologists. We operate globally from offices across the UK, US, Europe, and the Nordics.PA. Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Job Description● We work in a hybrid model at PA, but your work base will be our London office or Edinburgh office● Travel to client site will be necessary as and when the client requires● Full time● Application deadline: ASAP Agile at PAPA’s Agile business is considered by clients and by the industry alike as the pre-eminent Agile consultancy. We are the leading Thought Leaders in Organisational Agility. Our clients span across the UK and internationally. We have unparalleled track record, assets, collateral, experience and ; We created a groundbreaking report, the “The Evolution of the Agile Organisation” which is still regarded as the leading resource in Organisational Agility.As an Agile expert, you will support our clients with the largest and most complex agile transformations and continue to build on our Thought Leadership. You will grow our community to create a sense of belonging for all of our new team members and build up their skills in all areas of agile transformations alongside building our collateral to help us support proposals and approaches for all areas of organisational agility. Where You Can Make A Difference We are looking to increase our growing team of Agile experts who have experience working within Financial Services or Insurance, to support a scaled agile transformation for a leading global client.By thinking innovatively, working together and trusting our people, we are able to design and drive this organisations’ journey towards realising an empowered culture, efficiency through an Agile operating model and dynamic support through lean governance. Reflecting on the journey so far, we've learned that tight collaboration is needed to scale our impact, unlocking our potential to create a better human future for our client and our team.Come join us!QualificationsAbout YouTo rise to the challenge this Agile role brings, you should be experienced in operating model design, training and coaching teams to blend the right Agile, Lean, Design Thinking, DevOps and Kanban practices to address an organisations’ objective.You will have experience working within Financial Services, exceptional interpersonal skills to build strong relationships with C-suite executives as well as leading multiple Agile teams ( using Scrum of Scrums, as an RTE or Kanban Lead). You will also have an understanding of scaling frameworks such as LeSS, Scrum@Scale and its application to programmes and portfolios.Additional InformationThe Offer● The opportunity to work on the largest Agile transformations in finance with incredible people● Flexible healthcare plans for you and your family● The opportunity to work in a hybrid way● Competitive leave allowances and holiday buy back● A wide range of internal and external training including Agile qualifications● 3 days’ volunteering for a charity of your choice through our ‘Give as You Earn’ scheme Diversity Enables IngenuityOur diversity strengthens us and stimulates a rich, creative environment where our people feel empowered to be themselves. We’re committed to recruiting, promoting and rewarding our people solely based on their ability to contribute to PA’s goals, no matter their background. Together, we are PA — Bringing Ingenuity to Life.Should you need any adjustments to the recruitment process — at any time — don’t hesitate to contact us on
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOAs a Senior / Lead Knowledge Analyst (SKA / LKA) within BCG's Financial Institution's Practice Area, you will collaborate and partner in a growing global team, providing industry expertise and insights. You will work together with case and proposal teams to provide knowledge assets, analysis and expert advisory. You’ll serve as a thought partner and content expert to case teams and topic/sector leaders, helping structure and solve complex issues. Additionally, as an SKA / LKA you will drive development of intellectual property and knowledge assets to support the Retail Banking segment, serving as an active contributor to commercialization efforts for the segment, whilst working with business leaders to drive proposals & go-to-market efforts. As an LKA, you may line manage a team of junior colleagues, taking responsibility for their goal setting, ongoing feedback and career development support. BCG’s Financial Institutions Practice Area (FIPA) aims to be the consultant of choice for leaders in the financial industry. We seek to achieve that by helping clients in the industry find their way in this new competitive landscape. By focusing on underlying customer needs and the fundamental economics of the business, we help banks, brokerages, asset managers and other financial services companies rethink their strategic assumptions and identify winning business propositions. We also help them to exploit new opportunities and move quickly to get things done.YOU'RE GOOD ATSolving complex client problems through relevant analytical approaches and customized solutions Driving development and maintenance of knowledge assets tools, Retail Banking materials, based on different client contextsCommunicating with senior stakeholders, demonstrating the ability to engage your audience effectivelyManaging a portfolio of projects, with strong awareness of business priorities and commercial impact Training, coaching, and mentoring junior team membersWorking in an ever changing and complex environment, and comfortable with ambiguity and navigating a fast-paced environmentYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)1+ years consulting experience in retail banking required; candidates with consulting experience preferredIn lieu of consulting experience, 2+ years minimum industry experience required; Bachelor's Degree required (advanced degree preferred)Experience of working within one or more European Retail Banking market, with a preference for Germany / AustriaSolid understanding of drivers of retail banking P&L performanceFluency in English Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills to interact with internal and external stakeholder while working in a global collaborative team environmentYOU'LL WORK WITHAs a Senior / Lead Knowledge Analyst you will collaborate with global topic leads and colleagues across BCG to bring expertise and capabilities to the service of our internal and external clients. Our team is made up of a diverse pool of knowledge positions that allow us to pursue exciting, innovative knowledge careers.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONThe Knowledge Team (KT) is a group of functional and/or industry experts leveraging deep domain knowledge to enable insight for case teams and clients. KT members are affiliated to BCG Practice Areas, plugged into the strategic agenda and building and deploying leading edge IP data tools/assets to deliver insight.BCG's Knowledge Team members have the opportunity to be staffed on cases and help co-create insights with case teams and clients through expert perspectives on industry trends, delivery of proprietary data or tools in a particular function and complex research and analysis of market information. KT members also support the PA’s business development and proposals and help to organize and codify the knowledge that enables BCG to deliver superior business value for its clients.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Hardwick & Morris LLP
      Practice Assistant/Bookkeeper – £21,000 -£25,000 + Benefits – LondonThe RoleAre you an experienced and driven Practice Assistant/Bookkeeper looking to take the next step in your career? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you.We are a vibrant firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Managers specialising in music and entertainment, looking to appoint a Practice Assistant/ Bookkeeper to join our team. If you believe you can thrive in a busy role within a friendly environment, then this could be the next position for you.Key Responsibilities:The key responsibilities of a Practice Assistant/Bookkeeper include, but are not limited to:•Answering external phone calls•Greeting visitors and suppliers.•Meeting room calendar management.•Raising invoices, including management of the timesheet system•Debt collection•Incorporating companies for clients•Updating the website using wordpress•Dealing with the post daily (both in and out)•Operating the document management system, including scanning and filing documents within it•Management of the staff holiday calendar•Ordering office stationery and consumables•Liaison with our outsourced IT support•Deal with routine office Health and Safety checks•General admin support to the Practice Manager and other staff•Assisting on the firm’s ongoing AML regulatory requirements•Book-keeping using Quickbooks and XeroThe CompanyWe might be professionally qualified number crunchers but we also have a wealth of knowledge about your industry and know how to help you make the most from being a creative individual or business.We work with artists, entrepreneurs and boutique companies as well as larger companies and organisations, all of whom we have a strong personal relationship ;We have built our business by providing a high quality, efficient and very personable service resulting in a reputation for hard work, integrity and professionalism. With a good dose of humour and fun thrown in.The Benefits•5% employers pension contribution•PMI•23 days holidayThe PersonThe key skills and qualities of a Practice Assistant/Bookkeeper:•Previous administrative experience essential•Previous bookkeeping / accounting experience ideal•Excellent communication skills•High attention to detail•Ability to work on their own and as part of a team If you are keen on joining this exciting, forward thinking company and taking the next step in your career, then please click the apply now button to find out more.
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