iMultiply are working in partnership with The Bon Vivant Group to recruit a Finance Manager. The Bon Vivant Group is one of Edinburgh and Scotland’s leading bar and restaurant hospitality groups. They share a passion for excellent local food and drink paired with outstanding customer service.
We are looking for a talented Finance Manager to take full responsibility of the day-to-day accounting and administrative tasks within the Group Finance Department. Reporting to the Managing Director you will guide a small team and help prepare management and statutory accounting information to strict bank and investor deadlines.
You should have or be working towards a recognised accountancy qualification. This is a diverse role with reporting requirements for several business units within the group. As a senior member of the team, the Finance manager will support the achievement of key business objectives by ensuring the timely and accurate delivery of all financial reporting as well and maintaining and improving all key financial processes.
This will be a hands-on role, providing assistance is required in a variety of areas within the Finance Department. Your responsibilities will include:
You should be confident in all of the above skills, but equally important is the right attitude, aptitude and fit for the team. The group has grown significantly in the last 5 years and for the right candidate there is significant opportunity for growth and development.
What you’ll get
The opportunity to play an important role in the next phase of development of this exciting, fast-growing business. Fulfilment of working in a fun and friendly team. Training and support in your ongoing career development. Experience of working with entrepreneurs and helping to make things happen.
£Competitive dependent on experience, with company benefits and a flexible working environment
Please contact Andrew Robinson for more information:
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