iMultiply are working in partnership with a manufacturing business based in East Kilbride with the appointment of a permanent Management Accountant.
A highly successful and commercial business that has evolved significantly in recent years with further significant change afoot. The business has further plans for expansion which will be achieved through organic growth with mergers & acquisitions also likely to be on the cards within the near future.
The position of Management Accountant is a fantastic new opportunity reporting directly to the Head of Finance. The Head of Finance has entered the business within the past few years and has now received executive approval to reshape the team to create a business partnering legacy to drive forward performance, efficiencies and modernise the entire function.
The role can be tailored to fit an individual ranging from finalist level (few exams remaining) to a few years post-qualified. It is essential that the successful candidate has good management accounting experience, ideally coupled with budgeting & forecasting exposure with an appetite to business partner with business operations.
The position of Management Accountant will offer a salary of up to £55,000 plus a competitive benefits package.
You will be involved in but not restricted to the following duties:
To be considered for this opportunity, you must have the following experience:
Please do not hesitate to contact Chris Kelly on 07584 585 489 or email email@example.com to discuss further.
If you like the look of this vacancy and think you could perform the role, but, you don't think you meet all the requirements, please DO APPLY for this opportunity. Data shows that certain groups, mainly women and people from BIPOC communities, are less likely to apply for jobs where they don't meet 100% of role. iMultiply would encourage you to apply for roles where there is room for development and growth.
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