Accountancy & Finance
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a leading centrally based Bournemouth, Dorset business. They have instructed CMA to select suitable candidates for a permanent Management Accountant requirement. Paying a salary range of £28,000 to £32,000 depending on experience, you will also be rewarded with ongoing career progression and study support for ACCA or CIMA.
Working closely with the Senior Management Accountant within a small team, you will be responsible for producing monthly management accounts to strict deadlines. Your day to day remit will involve you in the wider and larger finance function and its essential that you can communicate at all levels within the business. You will be using bespoke systems and Excel extensively and be required to produce reports and analysis as and when required, this will also involve complex reconciliations on a daily basis.
To be considered for this opportunity, our client is seeking ambitious and driven individuals, ideally at the part qualified level, its essential that you are IT savvy and enjoy using Excel to an advanced level. Within this fast paced business, our client requires the successful candidate to 'go the extra mile' around critical times within the business such as month and year-end.
This is an exceptional chance to join a rapidly growing business who rewards its team with a clear career path to progression. In reward you will secure an excellent salary, study support and mentoring with additional benefits.
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