iMultiply are working in partnership with a well-known Edinburgh based charity on a Management Accountant role offering a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package.
This opportunity will give you the chance to join a complex international organisation with a fantastic people-orientated culture. The Finance Team supports the organisations delivery of its mission, strategic priorities and business objectives. While utilising their ERP system, the team is responsible for effectively managing and planning the organisations financial resources, identification of sustainable funding streams, as well as accurate and timely financial statutory and management reporting.
The role of Management Accountant will report into a Finance Manager whilst also playing a key role across the financial planning function and throughout the business. This role will give a part or newly qualified accountant the opportunity to not only work on business-as-usual activities across the breadth of the organisation but also have a significant impact on improving processes and making the function more efficient and accurate. The successful candidate will apply analytical skills and offer financial insight which will bring them to bear on a broad range of business challenges.
You will be involved in but not limited to the following duties:
To be considered for the role you must:
The role of Management Accountant will offer a more than competitive starting salary of £45,000 with an excellent benefits package including flexible home working and generous holiday allowance. The employer will also offer a generous pension. The role is based in Edinburgh and is easily accessible via public transport.
If you are interested in finding out more about this role, please see get in touch with Andrew Robinson for a private and confidential discussion on 07592203080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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