£27,925.00 per annum
About the role
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Assistant Accountant, to assist in the provision of high quality and timely financial information. In this role, you will support the accounting process and reporting activities, ensuring compliance with Financial Regulations and audit requirements. You’ll ensure that timely and accurate management information is produced and also assist with the production of year end statutory accounts including notes and supporting information.
What our client is looking for
The successful candidate will have previous experience in a similar finance role and will have good interpersonal skills with the ability to establish and maintain working relationships at all levels of the organisation. You’ll be self-motivated, proficient in Microsoft Excel and be able to work to tight deadlines with strong accuracy and attention to detail. You’ll have strong presentation and report writing skills and you’ll have the ability to interpret and analyse large volumes of highly complex data. Ideally, you will be AAT qualified or working towards Level 3.
Our client is a housing association that provides more than 60,000 people in Sunderland with a place they can call home. They're a values-driven organisation, with a clear vision, a social purpose and a commitment to investing in people, place and property. They believe everyone has the right to live in a good quality home they can afford and invest millions of pounds every year in keeping their existing homes safe, secure, and compliant.
They're also playing their part in addressing the UK housing crisis locally, by building hundreds of new, modern and contemporary homes for rent in Sunderland - homes that meet the needs of local people. Not only do they provide vital housing - they support their tenants, residents and communities by investing in services that help people live their best possible life.
This includes helping people to work, victims of domestic abuse and anti-social behaviour, young people to live independently, as well as a wellbeing service that supports elderly tenants and residents.