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An exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join PE backed Harding+. This is a key leadership role reporting directly to the CFO. A strong reporting background and good knowledge of stock are essential requirements as well as enthusiasm for change.
The role of a Financial Controller in the Medical Sciences Division of the University of Oxford involves overseeing and managing the division's financial operations, budgets, and resources. They are responsible for ensuring financial compliance, providing accurate financial reporting, and supporting strategic decision-making to effectively allocate resources within the division's medical and research activities.
Key leadership role reporting directly to the CFO, heading up the day-to-day financial activities and operations including; preparation of month end accounts and reporting, VAT returns, group statutory financial reporting, audits and tax.
You will be involved in administering and coordinating the activities of the Finance Team in support of and compliance with the policies, goals, and objectives established by the Group Headquarters, the Managing Director, and the Board of Directors, by undertaking a wide range of duties, both individually and with your colleagues.
A superb Financial Controller position has arisen in a leading global Sports business based in West London.
Excellent role as Financial Controller (Head of Finance), reporting to the Group CFO and the MD. Lead the team, oversee all financial activity & ensure accurate information is provided, contribute to strategic decisions.
Financial Controller maternity cover with handover period before and after.
Excellent opportunity to join a well known ethical financial services business in Kent, reporting to the CFO, and looking after a small team of two staff.
In a well-established, cross-functional team, you will be the Financial Controller. This team provides housing management and stock improvement services to local authorities and is part of the services team, which is expected to develop significantly in the next years due to new and existing mandates.
No1 role in finance, reporting into the CEO (acting FD) The Financial Controller will have overall control of the Federation's finance function.
The role will be number 2 to the Finance Director and will have full responsibility for the day-to-day, monthly and annual reporting of the P&L down to gross margin.
A superb Financial Controller position has arisen in a global leader in the Technology / IT / Telecoms sector based near Hounslow.
Financial Controller for an expanding consumer business, based in Solihull. This role is leading a medium sized team to take responsibility for the various financial control and reporting functions within the business. This role reports to the Finance Director and is responsible for completion of management accounts, delivery of effective financial controls and ensuring statutory compliance in terms of tax, VAT, Customs and audit reporting.
This role is a fantastic opportunity for a newly qualified accountant to join a brilliant program for future finance leaders in their organization.
This role would help to preparing the future of Finance in the company while taking part in the modernisation of the processes and systems. The FC would drive the financial performance of the business through investigation & reporting. The FC would also take ownership of monthly Management Account, balance sheet, P&L and cash flow accounting.
Lead financial management, Capex, and project initiatives for a dynamic gaming company. Enjoy competitive pay, bonuses, and a hybrid work arrangement in a thriving industry.
The Financial Controller will provide strategic guidance and recommendations to senior leadership and key teams regarding financial matters, as well as formulating and implementing policy guidelines.
Supporting business analysis and project work, challenging commercial business areas to maximise opportunities. To develop and control financial operations whilst maintaining the integrity of the core finance team systems and reporting framework.
Join our client, a leading tech software organisation, as a qualified accountant (ACCA/ACA/CIMA) and elevate your career by transitioning from practice to a dynamic, forward-thinking environment. This role offers the chance to leverage your accounting expertise, gain industry exposure, and enjoy a competitive salary, 10% bonus, and a flexible hybrid work arrangement, including one day per week in the office.
Financial Controller opportunity for a successful SME Manufacturer in Leeds. You will have ownership of the day-to-day finance function, reporting into the MD, and will be a valued member of the Senior Management Team, supporting the business to achieve its goals. You will also manage a small transactional team.
As the Interim FC, you will work as part of the leadership team, be responsible for the finance team and have overall responsibility for the delivery of accurate and timely finance information.
A highly influential and rewarding role that requires a strong understanding of financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting, as well as a passion for business growth and development.
The Financial Controller will be required to manage a small but busy team. The client works in the public sector and there is a requirement for the role for approximately 6-12 months.
This a very varied role, encompassing all aspects of a Financial Controller position. Aside from the normal duties associated with an FC role there will be an emphasis on working with all departments to ensure a smooth running of processes.
An opportunity has arisen for a Financial Controller to join an innovative Manufacturing business based in Sheffield
A hands on FC/FM role running the day to day finance operation and month end processes for the business
The Finance Business Partner is responsible for a team providing financial and company secretarial services to London Luton Airport Limited of which Luton Borough Council is the sole shareholder, operating as part of a wider team of officers from different disciplines providing a range of management services to the companies.
This is the Senior Finance position in the company, and as such you will be responsible for all of the finance from system implementations to building out a credible team The are great opportunities to develop and progress within this role as well as make the finance function your own.
This Financial Controller role will be responsible for all aspects of the Accounting & Financial Control functions, for the entities operating across UK and Europe.
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Primary functionAs a financial controller, you may find yourself wearing several different hats. The role effectively bridges the gap between accounting, organisational leadership, and financial strategy. Doing it well requires keen attention to detail and an ability to focus on the bigger picture while treading the line between increasing efficiency and improving accuracy.
Expected job role tasksSimply put, as a financial controller, you are your organisation’s lead accountant. As such, you will have responsibility for all accounting-related activities, from billing and accounts payable, to general ledger and cost accounting. At the same time, you will also inform the future direction of the accounting function through setting controls around spending and drawing up new internal policies. Depending on the size of your organisation and the activities with which it is involved, you may find yourself working closely with, or coordinating, external tax accountants, as well as liaising with auditors. Furthermore, you may need to set up bank accounts and track whether or not payments have been received from customers. All financial transactions require a paper trail and it will be your job to ensure they are correctly recorded, filed, and reported. Most commonly in larger organisations, your role may involve some level of people and project management. Meanwhile, in smaller organisations, you may need to balance actions related to controlling finances with tasks such as building reports, creating budgets, and planning future spending. Your role may include assisting the CFO in creating and presenting reports for business leaders and other stakeholders, or in some circumstances, the financial controller may also take on the role of CFO or head of finance themselves.
Primary functionYour role as a financial controller is primarily about ensuring the effective and efficient operation of financial reporting and planning, along with managing your organisation’s budget and debt financing. You will be a senior leader with the finance team, tying your department to the executive team and board members, while ensuring people across the entire organisation follow the necessary procedures and rules.
Necessary hard/soft skillsClearly, as a financial controller, you need to be good with numbers. With ultimate responsibility for all accounting activities, plus a duty to ensure compliance across the rest of the organisation, this is simply non-negotiable. You need to be analytical, have superb problem-solving skills, and be comfortable managing a substantial workload and meeting tight deadlines. Importantly, as well as excelling in the financial minutiae of the role, you must be an excellent leader. Strong interpersonal skills are essential, along with an ability to communicate and inspire people across the organisation. This requires not just the ability to resonate with your financial peers, but also to get buy-in from people in other departments, many of whom will lack the technical understanding of why certain controls or regulations exist. In this way, the financial controller is much more than just a ‘numbers perso’; they must be a charismatic leader with the ability to foster support from stakeholders across the organisation. Strong business knowledge is required to deliver outcomes that have an impact far beyond the finance function.
Qualifications requiredTo secure a job as a financial controller, you will typically need an advanced degree in accounting, plus certification as a CMA or CPA. Beyond these qualifications, you will almost certainly need proven experience as a financial controller, or as a senior member of a finance or accounting team. You will need to possess deep knowledge of accounting principles and be familiar with using key accounting tools.
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