Assistant Financial Controller - Newly Qualified

Marlow, UK
Competitive salary
04 May 2021
07 May 2021
Experience level
Newly qualified
CIPHR are a rapidly expanding, innovative, UK based tech company who provide online (SaaS) HR, Payroll and Learning Management systems and solutions to help organisations attract, engage, manage and retain their workforce more effectively.

About the role:

An opportunity for a recently qualified accountant to join CIPHR, a fast-growing SaaS business, as an Assistant Financial Controller.

Reporting to the Financial Controller, responsibilities include:

  • To produce accurate monthly management accounts to the agreed timetable including a consolidation of a Group with 9 legal entities under FRS102
  • To produce accurate statutory financial statements and supporting schedules for all legal entities in the Group and work with the auditors to obtain a clean audit
  • Oversee the GL and manage balance sheet reconciliations (cash, fixed assets, prepayments, accruals and deferred income) ensuring all transactions are properly recorded, effective controls are in place and processes and policies documented. Manage intercompany recharges and reconciliations
  • Manage and develop the Assistant Financial Accountant
  • Risk management - maintenance of the corporate risk register and insurances
  • Assist with the implementation of a new general ledger in 2021 (moving from Sage 50 to Microsoft)
  • Assist with the consolidation accounting and financial integration of new acquisitions
  • Tax compliance - Corporation tax, VAT, PAYE/ NI
  • Company secretarial matters as they arise
  • Ad hoc requirements e.g. group restructures, preparation for exit
  • Ad hoc assistance to the CFO, FP&A Manager and other senior management

About You:
  • Recently qualified ACA or ACCA or equivalent with experience of audit and group consolidations
  • Computer literate with strong Microsoft Excel knowledge
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Sage 50 experience is desirable
  • Numerate coupled with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to prioritise and works well under pressure
  • Excellent interpersonal and team-building skills

What we offer:

Apart from a working with a great team, a growing company and having the chance to learn and enhance your knowledge and qualifications, we offer;

  • 25 days annual leave (28 after 3 years services), plus bank holidays
  • Pension
  • Regular training
  • Life assurance
  • Medical Cover and Dental cover
  • Perks at Work - access to exclusive discounts, cinema tickets, etc.
  • Free annual health screening
  • Gym Loan
  • £1,500 employee referral scheme

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