Financial Controller

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
Up to £60,000 per annum pro rata + benefits
Posted
04 Nov 2020
Closes
02 Dec 2020
Ref
GW NTS232
Category
Leisure
Experience Levels
Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

Financial Controller | London | Up to £60,000 per annum pro rata + benefits | Leisure

 

Based in Central London, the Financial Controller will be primarily responsible for producing monthly management information whilst implementing robust financial controls.

Financial Controller Key Responsibilities:

  • Production of monthly management accounts on Sage
  • Production of monthly dashboard report
  • Regular debtor reporting
  • Production of monthly statements to account holders 
  • Annual budgeting and quarterly reforecasting
  • Production of monthly cash flow forecasts and updated income and expenditure forecasts
  • Working closely with the management team on annual, quarterly and monthly renewal payments through direct debit
  • Quarterly reconciliations of deferred subscription income
  • Payroll - support for monthly processing and analysis of major cost categories. Production of P60s and P11Ds for employees 
  • Pensions - producing returns and reports
  • Business partner - being able to act as a sounding board for all matters financial and a full member of the senior management team functions business
  • Insurance – assist with the annual renewals and any claims
  • HMRC - production of quarterly VAT reports and returns for monthly PAYE/NIC and quarterly CT61 for loan notes
  • Control of Purchase ledger including payments to suppliers
  • Bank mandate - maintaining the bank mandates, including online payment controls and generally acting as account administrator
  • Staff management – line manager for accounts assistant in day to day duties of banking and cash book preparation along with posting of purchase invoices and statement checking


Candidate Requirements:

  • Qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA)
  • Demonstrable operational finance experience
  • Able to work flexibly 3.5 days per week from Central London office and home if necessary
  • Previous Sage and Sage Payroll experience
  • Emotionally intelligent with a problem solving approach
  • Ability to influence senior stakeholders 


This constitutes an excellent opportunity for someone looking for a progressive role, where they can make a mark and deliver meaningful change, whilst working within a high growth company with ambitious plans for the future.

Select benefits include:

Highly competitive salary up to £60k pro rata

Pension & Health Care

Unrivalled flexibility - 3.5 days per week. Home and Office based