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Financial Controller

Job Title: Financial Controller
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hertfordshire
Industry:
Salary: £80,000 - £100,000
Start Date: 2017-01-27 00:00:00
Reference: 112112
Contact Name: Sara-Jane Winch
Contact Email: sara-jane.winch@cmcconsulting.co.uk
Job Published: January 27, 2017 16:08

Job Description

The role of Financial Controller will be to support, and impart knowledge and guidance across the diverse areas of the business with emphasis on being the tax and reporting expert within the business.

Some of the key responsibilities of the Financial Controller will be;

  • Extensive TAX knowledge including CIS, Corportion and Inheritance Tax
  • Group Statutory Accounting for the financial year
  • Managing technical queries
  • Responsibility of VAT across the business
  • Responsibility of TAX across the business and advising all areas including shareholders and corporate entities
  • Cost control analysis, review and action planning

The ideal candidate will have significant post qualification experience from a Professional Accountancy Qualification at senior level, as well as the below characteristics;

  • Expert understanding and knowledge of financial accounting and reporting
  • Highly technically minded and high attention to detail
  • Strong commercial acumen and confident in making business decisions
  • Strong communicator and presentation skills, to effectively business partner across the wider organisation

This is a fantastic opportunity for a technically strong finance professional to join an ever growing organisation and playing a fundamental part in its finance function

Send your CV now.

 

Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

 


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