Monthly Reporting Analyst

  1. Permanent
£35,000 - £40,000 per annum
BBBH162220

Woking, Surrey

The details

I am very excited to be working with an exceptional Surrey based organisation. Reporting in to the Monthly Reporting Manager, you will take the responsibility for reporting and accounting for the European operations of one of their brands. You will also take the reporting responsibility for the Italian reporting for another one of the group's brands. This is not just any role or business, so they require someone who is high performing and driven by their own potential. This organisation will allow development on an unparalleled level, as well as recognition of a job well done, through incentives.

The Duties:

  • You will be responsible for the quarterly and monthly reporting for the European entities of the business, including sales reporting for UK and Europe
  • Maintain the debtor management for the European business
  • Revenue recognition accounting for franchise fees and development agreements
  • Support with management HO costs
  • Responsible for account reconciliations on a timely basis
  • Support the completion of statutory accounts, and supporting resolution of queries raised

The Candidate:

  • Part Qualified (ACA/CIMA/ACCA or equiv)
  • Group/European reporting experience
  • Excellent academic record, including a degree
  • Ability to hit reporting deadlines and the manage their own time effectively
  • An analytical mind set along with strong Excel skills
  • A true communicator, able to build working relationships across the office and wider business
  • Highly ambitious to be the best you can be
  • Good career development to date

The Package:

  • You will receive a fantastic salary of up to £40,000 - but the development, exposure, training, recognition, incentives, bonuses and more, you will be rewarded, are the reasons to work for this business
  • Company/performance related bonus scheme
  • Study support to take up further qualifications to boost your potential
  • A market leading benefits package
  • 25 days standard with the chance to buy and sell days up to +/-3
  • Private healthcare
  • International career opportunities, as well as being encouraged to develop internally - The majority of the leadership team have worked their way up and been there for 10+ years
  • Along with all this, they are a social bunch, and encourage the celebration of their successes whatever time of the year.

If you meet the criteria, why wouldn't you apply - This is a great opportunity to build your career with one of the best brands out there, and with these guys, not even the sky is the limit.

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