Financial Controller

  1. Permanent
£45,000 - £55,000 per annum
DCFCBA

Barnsley, South Yorkshire

The details

Marks Sattin are working with a fast growing Barnsley based business who are loking for a Financial Controller to come in and manage the day to day finance for a subsidiary business. The company have very aggressive growth plans for this particular business and the FC will play a pivotal part in that.

This is an excellent time to join the business in a senior position.

Responsibilities;

  • Monitoring the production of month end Management Accounts, identifying trends and exceptions.
  • Presenting accurate, timely and reliable information to the board that offers key commercial insights into the performance of the business.
  • Oversee cash management, including invoicing, credit control and cash flow forecasting.
  • Liaise with external auditors and their tax team to produce annual statutory statements.
  • Create and maintain relationships with service providers and contractors, including banking institutions, insurance brokers and external accountants.
  • Develop and improve the efficiency, accuracy and effectiveness of the finance systems, including the introduction of improved internal controls.
  • Responsibility for all VAT and Corporation Tax matters, including import and export documentation.

Skills;

  • Qualified accountant ACA, ACCA, CIMA.
  • Expert Technical knowledge of accounting principles and procedures and application.
  • Experience of multi-site operations.
  • Have excellent Excel skills.
  • Ability to lead, motivate and develop others.

If you fit the above skills, please apply now.

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