Financial Reporting Accountant
Newly qualified Financial Reporting Accountant job in Manchester within a well known organisation
Your new company
A well-established, national engineering business, with an extremely recognisable brand. The company has a newly created vacancy, for a Financial Reporting Accountant, that would suit a newly qualified accountant looking to progress.
Your new role
As Financial Reporting Accountant, your job will involve various forms of financial modeling, including P&L and capex. You will also work closely with the Head of FP&A on budgets and forecasts, as well as assisting in reshaping the business's core operations, to become more commercial and more specialist. In addition to this, you will also create various ad-hoc reports, and analyse existing/past reports. You will liaise with external stakeholders, such as banking contacts, as well as working with the senior management team internally.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a newly qualified accountant (CIMA, ACCA, ACA or similar) with strong previous experience of reporting. You will have a commercial mindset, and be capable of providing commentary and commercial decision support. You will be a competent communicator, as the role involves building relationships across various areas of the business.
What you'll get in return
You'll receive a salary of £35,000, alongside benefits. You will be coming in to a role with excellent opportunity for exposure, and in turn progression, where the right attitude and work ethic will catapult your career forward. The company is based just outside of Manchester city centre, with free on-site parking and nearby transport links.
What you need to do now
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