iMultiply are working with a thriving firm to recruit a Part-Qualified Accountant, on a permanent basis, based in Edinburgh. The role is paying a very competitive salary along with some great additional benefits including very flexible and hybrid working arrangements. This is the perfect role for an ambitious individual looking to progress their career within an ambitious and established business.
An ambitious and and established business that operates throughout the UK. They are a high performing business going through a period of growth and are looking to add a Part-Qualfied Accountant to their already skilled team. They are a hard-working bunch keen on adding a conscientious and pro-active individual into the business that fits into their dynamic company culture.
The role of Part-Qualfied Accountant will work with a highly skilled team and will report to Senior Leadership. The successful individual will have experience of transactional finance whilst also taking ownership of a number of month end tasks.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and will be able to build efficient working relationships with a number of non-finance stakeholders within the organisation. It is also key for this individual to balance their time effectively and prioritise set tasks at the appropriate time.
You will be involved in but not restricted to the following duties:
To be considered for this opportunity, you must have the following experience:
The role of Part-Qualfied Accountant will offer a salary between £30,000 and £40,000 along with a generous benefits package. The offices are accessible via public transport with parking available nearby. They can be easily accessed from Edinburgh, East Lothian, Fife, West Lothian and Midlothian.
If you would like to have a confidential discussion please feel free to get in touch with Hamish Law at iMultiply.
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