£45k - 50k per year
about 2 years ago
A leading health research organisation headquartered in Central London is seeking a qualified and highly technical Management Accountant for a brand new role. The organisation is a global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health. They have a multi-entity set up, with a charitable arm and a company limited by guarantee. They operate across a variety of countries.
If you are a qualified management accountant with a passion for data and analysis, and an interest in health research in an international context, then this is the role for you.
-Develop and produce monthly management and quarterly board financial packs for review with HOFCS with an emphasis on cash flow, FX impact and scenario planning
-Review monthly project reports and meet with budget holders to ensure projects income and expenditure is correctly understood, recorded and funding restrictions are correctly adhered to.
-Provide support/cover for the Financial Accountant with statutory reporting and monthly reconciliations.
-Provide support to the fundraising team at point of bid and subsequent reports for funders as required.
-Manage the contracts database ensuring all information is up to date and included for financial planning and forecasting.
-Maintain asset databases
-Support the annual audit process.
-Support the annual budgeting process improving on existing templates, process and consolidation process.
-Assist in the roll out of any new finance processes such as a new expenses platform or other organisational infrastructure change such as project management and revise reporting to include this new data or support the changes to workflows.
-Qualified accountant (CIMA/ACCA) – CIMA preferred
-Demonstrable experience in mapping and analysing complex data
-Experience in understanding and meeting end user needs for reporting
-Demonstrable experience in creating financial management packs including linked cash flows and FX impact
-Understanding of restricted funding and SORP requirements
-Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
-Experience in business partnering with non-financial colleagues
-Proven experience of building productive working relationships, both internally and externally.
-An empathy with charitable causes
-Xero experience preferred but not required
Please send your CV for immediate consideration.
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