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FINANCIAL CONTROLLER VACANCY

Full-time, London

HW Fisher is recruiting on behalf of a Jewish charity

The main responsibility of the role is to be focused on
transactions, reporting, forecasting, budgeting and compliance.

You will need to be a change manager for Finance, to be able
to run the day-to-day finances of the organisation and to be an
ambassador for Finance around the rest of the organisation.

The main tasks are around Management, Transactions and Reporting.

These include:

  • Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures
  • Development of financial controls and process/systems development
  • Manage the initial drafting of the annual budget and forecast
  • Work with the FD to ensure that the accounting, processes and entries are
    correct and follow UK GAAP and Charity Commission guidelines
  • Ensure that accounts payable are paid in a timely manner
  • Ensure that all accounts receivable are collected promptly
  • Oversee accounting control systems, transaction-processing operations,
    policies and procedures
  • Oversee the operation of the accounting team
  • Provide a system for management cost reports
  • Calculate and issue financial operating metrics

Applicants are invited to submit their CV together
with covering letter to info@hwfisher.co.uk

Closing date for applications:
Wednesday 14 February 2018

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