Assistant Accountant

  • Full-time
  • Finance
  • Glasgow

Description

Taylor Hopkinson is a trusted recruitment partner to the world’s renewable energy leaders. Our multi-lingual teams deliver market-leading solutions within the full life cycle of renewable energy projects, across the industry’s emerging and most mature markets.

 

We joined forces with Brunel International N.V., a powerful global network of more than 12,000 specialists in more than 100 offices across 40 countries. Our shared vision is to enable a diverse, global workforce that will drive the world’s transition to sustainable energy - vital if we are to deliver our net zero ambition.

 

We are recruiting an experienced Management Accountant to join our highly successful team in our Head Office. This position has become available due to internal promotion and growth of the business. You will be an integral part of our team and provide an efficient, thorough and accurate support to the Finance Manager in creation of monthly accounts and all related processing activities.


The Role

  •   Preparation of monthly management accounts in an accurate and timely manner
  •   Calculation and posting of prepayments and accruals 
  •   Updating asset register monthly post depreciation journals
  •   Posting and reconciliation of intercompany transactions 
  •   Monthly balance sheet reconciliations
  •   Review of nominal postings to ensure accuracy and make corrections as required
  •   Preparation of monthly reporting to management team
  •   Manage calculation of monthly payroll and commissions for all and process FPS for HMRC 
  •   Raise permanent sales invoices (approx. 50p/m) ensuring billing requirements are met
  •   VAT Returns
  •   Reporting and analysis as required for the business
  •   Assist with streamlining and improving of financial processes and provision of first-class customer service; internal and external


The Requirements

  • Significant Previous experience in a fast paced environment
  • Studying towards financial qualification. (ACCA / CIMA is desirable)
  • Excellent organisational skills to successfully manage multiple projects and work streams simultaneously
  • High level of numerical literacy and financial understanding 
  • Stakeholder management skills 
  • Forward planning to make decisions ahead of time to ensure potential problems do not materialise
  • Demonstrating flexibility in approach and going above and beyond when necessary to solve problems 
  • A collaborative approach, confidently working with colleagues, clients and candidates with a friendly and personable manner
  • Contribution of creative ideas to suggest ways of developing our offering to clients and candidates or improved ways of working internally
  • Excel experience essential
  • Payroll experience desirable but not essential
  • Take ownership of workload and have good time management skills


Benefits

·      Competitive salary and package

·      25 days annual leave + public holidays (pro rata) 

·      Company iPhone and Laptop

·      Hybrid working with a combination of home and office working 

·      THRIVE – our physical and mental health and wellbeing programme

·      Fully funded professional development courses


Along with the opportunity to grow your career from our stunning Glasgow City Centre offices, as a valued member of our international team. 

 

We are committed to equality and diversity in our team and are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer. 

 

We love to promote internally and provide training and mentoring to help you achieve your professional development.  If you want to contribute to a truly global, award-winning team in a sustainable growth market, apply now