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Contract Accountant

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Morgan McKinley
Salary
From £275 to £276 per day
Location
Bristol
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

My client , an NHS institution close to Bristol are looking for an interim accountant to assist them over the next 3-4 months.
The successful applicant will have significant experience of NHS contracting , from either a commissioner or provider environment.
Significant exposure to Excel is required - preferably at least to Pivot table level. With an analytical mind and in-depth knowledge of PBR this is an exciting opportunity for an accountant who is not necessarily qualified to join a dynamic exciting team.
Pay rates are likely to be up to £275 per day on a limited company basis.

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Richard Morgan
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Accountant - Solvency 2

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Morgan McKinley
Salary
From £350 to £350 per day
Location
Bristol
Job term
Temporary
Job hours
Full time

Morgan McKinley is working with a leading fianncial services client in Bristol. They are looking to recruit an Asset Accountant to support their Solvency II reporting production project . The role will focus on the fulfilment of Asset data requirements to be incorporated and reported to the Regulator as part of the Pillar 3 QRT Disclosure process.

The ideal candidate should be able to show previous SII experience/understanding of Asset data, especially sourcing the required reporting information to be populated into the Asset QRT templates.

As part of the project team, the Asset Accountant will work with Senior Accountants across the Group, Business Analysts and Project Managers to ensure the successful delivery of the project.

Other skills required include:

- SII Asset Data collection and management experience.
- Awareness of the legislative SII text – especially the reporting/participation rules for Pillar 3 reporting.
- Excellent communication skills, who can engage with at different levels in the organisation.
- Good interpersonal skills and is able to communicate complex technical concepts in simple ways
- Proactivity - the desire to commit to the project and its objectives
- Outstanding work ethic - is able to work to milestones and deadlines

For further information please forward your CV to [contact details removed] .

Contact
Anthony Clark
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Reference
BBBH552671

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Finance Manager - Technical Accounting

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Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Salary
From £47,000 to £60,000 per year
Location
Bristol, Swindon
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Finance Manager - Technical Accounting

Introduction

Our Financial Reporting team is moving to our Head Office in Swindon. The move means that we have a number of opportunities across a range of finance disciplines.

What do you need to know?
Being a finance team, we think it’s as simple as 1-2-3.

One: We’re all about delivery.
For our team, that means creating valuable insight, delivering high quality financial and tax reporting, and making sure we have robust financial controls.

Two: We’re committed to growing our expertise and yours.
We’ll provide technical training (including exam support) along with personal and professional development, as we believe these are key to supporting both our people and our delivery agenda.

Three: We’re looking for people who are great to work with.
Because they bring energy, dedication and a collaborative approach to work. They’ll also build strong networks across our organisation to get things done.

If you’re looking to develop your career and believe this adds up to the opportunity you’re looking for, then contact Tim or Holly on [contact details removed] to discuss whether you could be part of our future.

Who we're looking for

If you are looking for a technically challenging accounting role that can take you places, this is the perfect stepping stone.

The financial services industry is fast paced and constantly has to react to a lot of changing accounting standards. This role calculates and communicates the implications of these new accounting regulations, and makes sure that Nationwide stays compliant to the new standards and regulator requirements.

As you’d expect this is not your normal accounting role. It requires you to be constantly solution focused, you’ll be the technical champion on projects and you’ll play a key part to delivering our year end results.
The key responsibilities are:
• Ability to filter technical accounting advice and make it applicable for the internal and external stakeholders
• Deliver on accounting policy framework which will define accounting policies and offer governance for technical accounting decisions

Moreover this is a business partnering role which requires you to articulately tell the business what the affects are of the changing regulations in a clear, concise and professional way.

What you'll be doing

We’re keen to hear from those with experience of implementing regulatory changes within a business.

This position requires a qualified Accountant (ACCA, CIMA, ACA) with previous post qualification experience gained from a similar role. You’ll be right for this job if you:
• Have a good level of understanding around IFRS
• Have implemented new accounting standards in to a commercial business
• Have previous experience of external statutory reporting within a corporate environment.
• Are a good project manager

To accompany your technical skills you’ll be someone who’s comfortable talking to people and getting their point across clearly in writing.

The extras you’ll get

If you put a lot in, it’s only fair you should get a lot out. So if you help us do the right thing for our customers, we’ll help further your career at Nationwide. As well as your salary, there’s life assurance, a pension and a recognition and rewards scheme. We think it’s a great place to work, and we’re not afraid of giving you praise when you’ve done well.


Finance Manager - Technical Accounting

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Nationwide Building Society
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Reference
R000100467:

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Financial Business Analyst - Financial Services

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Recruiter
Sanderson
Salary
From £350 to £425 per day
Location
Bristol
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Financial Business Analyst – Acca, Aca, Cima, Acma,

We are currently looking to recruit a financial business analyst to work for a large Financial Services company in the Bristol area. We are looking for someone who has extensive experience with General Ledgers (sap or Oracle) AND experience as a financial business analyst.

Financial Business Analyst skill set

* Accountant (CA or ACCA,CIMA, ACMA, ACA….)
* Knowledge of ledger structures & systems (specifically SAP & Oracle GLs).
* Nominal account codes & CoA (Chart of Account) structures is important.
* Hierarchy & CoA development within a ledger system; Highly desirable.
* Strong stakeholder management works proactively & delivers to timescales under pressure.

Financial Business Analyst Experience

* Financial services, preferably insurance.
* Have worked on multiple projects/programmes.
* Chartered Accountant (CA) or ACCA qualified, with specific understanding of ledger structures

Contact
Alex Murden
Posted
Reference
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Senior Finance Manager

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Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Salary
From £50,849 to £76,273 per year
Location
Swindon, Bristol, Swindon
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Senior Finance Manager -Technical Accounting Division

Introduction

Our Financial Reporting team is moving to our Head Office in Swindon. The move means that we have a number of opportunities across a range of finance disciplines.

What do you need to know?
Being a finance team, we think it’s as simple as 1-2-3.

One: We’re all about delivery.
For our team, that means creating valuable insight, delivering high quality financial and tax reporting, and making sure we have robust financial controls.

Two: We’re committed to growing our expertise and yours.
We’ll provide technical training (including exam support) along with personal and professional development. As we believe these are key to supporting both our people and our delivery agenda.

Three: We’re looking for people who are great to work with.
Because they bring energy, dedication and a collaborative approach to work. They’ll also build strong networks across our organisation to get things done.

If you’re looking for to develop your career and believe this adds up to the opportunity you’re looking for, then contact Holly or Tim on [contact details removed] to discuss whether you could be part of our future.

What we're looking for

We’re keen to hear from those with experience of implementing regulatory changes within a business

This position requires a qualified Accountant (ACCA, CIMA, ACA) with previous experience gained from a similar role.

You’ll be right for this job if you are a:
•Self starter with good project manager skills
•Can demonstrate a good track record of research, understanding and application into business of specialist requirements e.g. impacts of new IFRS standards.
•Have previous experience of external statutory reporting within a corporate environment.

To accompany your technical skills you’ll be someone who’s comfortable talking to people and getting their point across clearly in writing.

What you'll be doing

If you are looking for a technically challenging accounting role that can take you places, this is the perfect stepping stone.

The financial services industry is fast paced and constantly has to react to a lot of changing accounting standards. This role calculates and communicates the implications of these new accounting regulations, and makes sure that Nationwide stays compliant to the new standards and regulator requirements.

As you’d expect this is not your normal accounting role. It requires you to be constantly solution focused, you’ll be the technical champion on projects and you’ll play a key part to delivering our year end results.

The key responsibilities are:
•Ability to filter technical accounting advice and make it applicable for the internal and external stakeholders
•Deliver on accounting policy framework which will define accounting policies and offer governance for technical accounting decisions

The extras you'll get

You put a lot into your work. But you also know you get a great deal in return. Help us continue to drive value for our members, and we’ll give you all the support, recognition and rewards you've come to expect, including plenty of scope for development and growth.


Senior Finance Manager -Technical Accounting Division

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Nationwide Building Society
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Finance Manager

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Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Salary
From £47,669 to £60,911 per year
Location
Swindon, Swindon, Bristol
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Finance Manager - IFRS9

Introduction

Nationwide’s Financial Reporting team is moving to the Swindon Head Office. The move means that there are opportunities across a range of finance disciplines to join and shape the development of our new team.

What do you need to know?
We think it’s a simple as one, two, three.

One: We are all about delivery. For our team that means creating valuable insight, delivering high quality financial and tax reporting, making sure we have robust controls and running finance operations efficiently.

Two: We are committed to growing our expertise. Technical training (including exam support) and personal and professional development are major priorities in support of our delivery agenda.

Three: We are looking for people who are great to work with because they bring energy, dedication and a collaborative approach to work, building strong networks across our organisation to get things done.

If you are looking to develop your career and believe this change creates just the opportunity you are looking for, then contact Tim or Holly on [contact details removed] to discuss whether you should be part of our future.

Who we're looking for

• You will be a qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA, ACA). Ideally, you’ll have in-depth post qualification experience of current accounting standards such as IAS 32 and 39 as well as IFRS 7 and 13.
• In addition you’ll be well versed in emerging and developing accounting and regulatory changes such as IFRS 9 or the EU-wide framework for reporting financial (accounting) data;
• It would be great if you had financial services experience but it’s not essential.

You’ll have the ability to quickly grasp technical problems and be able to develop commercial solutions. You’ll communicate these issues and solutions in a clear and concise way to various stakeholders whether it’s in reports or presentations. As this role will span across a range of departments, you’ll need to be able to develop strong and effective relationships.

What you'll be doing

• Are you a talented Technical Accountant with a firm understanding of statutory or regulatory finance reporting?
• Do you excel at technical analysis, but are able to explain complex issues in business relevant terms?
• Are you able to find practical workable solutions to complex or ambiguous requirements?

If so this role could be ideal for you.

You’ll be part of a new specialist team which has the responsibility for analysing and understanding the impact of major accounting standard or regulatory change to enable us to meet the new IFRS9 obligation.

You’ll have the following responsibilities;

• Providing key technical input into the implementation of IFRS 9 and other key financial reporting changes.
• You’ll engage with industry peers, advisors and regulators to understand the complex issues. Then using your commercial awareness, you’ll strategise how to best implement the standards across the business.
• As the subject matter expert, you will support the Divisional Director in leading internal and external debates and work with other parts of the business on delivering the changes needed.
• You’ll manage third parties to ensure that we receive a good quality and cost effective service,
• You will work with other Managers and Senior Managers in the team to develop the technical and managerial skills of the team.


Finance Manager - IFRS9

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Nationwide Building Society
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R000100413

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Divisional Financial Controller

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Recruiter
Robert Half
Salary
From £65,000 to £80,000 per year
Location
Bristol
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

The Role



Fast growing, large and entrepreneurial business seek a strategic Divisional Financial Controller to drive profit through extensive growth...

Excellent opportunity to join a dynamic division of a growing and progressive organisation as a Divisional Financial Controller.

You responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

- Provide sound financial advice and accurate timely management information to enable decisions to be made to increase the company's profitability and achieve its financial plans.

- Interface between the Reporting team and the Operational teams within the division to facilitate clear balance sheet control and management reporting of direct costs

- Adopt best practice and drive improvements in process and procedures

- Providing required weekly and financial reporting including the review of earnings with business leads to ensure anomalies are addressed before management accounts are issued.

- Completing the annual budgeting process to ensure that deadlines are achieved.

- Support transformation project with implementing process improvements as and when required.

- Maintaining effective working relationships with key colleagues across the business.

Your Profile

As the right candidate you will be qualified (ACA/CIMA/ACCA) with excellent communication skills and gravitass to motivate the finance team. With your confident, solution oriented approach you must be able to demonstrate your ability to challenge assumptions and operate with a detail and deadline focused approach and simultaneously display a talent for analysis and the ability to communicate effectively. You will be ambitious as this role is likely to transition into an FD role in the medium term.

The Company

Large international and entrepreneurial business.

Salary & Benefits

Annual Salary - £65-80k + Bonus + Benefits

Bristol

Commercial Controller International Bristol Robert Half


Robert Half Ltd acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent positions. Robert Half is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Suitable candidates with equivalent qualifications and more or less experience can apply.

Contact
Tora Atkinson
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Reference
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Senior Finance Manager

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Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Salary
From £57,205 to £73,095 per year
Location
Swindon, Swindon, Bristol
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Senior Finance Manager - Reporting Development

Introduction

Our Financial Reporting and Tax team are moving to our Head Office in Swindon. The move means that we have a number of opportunities across a range of finance disciplines.

What do you need to know?
Being a finance team, we think it’s as simple as 1-2-3.

One: We’re all about delivery.
For our team, that means creating valuable insight, delivering high quality financial and tax reporting, and making sure we have robust financial controls.

Two: We’re committed to growing our expertise and yours.
We’ll provide technical training along with personal and professional development. As we believe these are key to supporting both our people and our delivery agenda.

Three: We’re looking for people who are great to work with.
Because they bring energy, dedication and a collaborative approach to work; they’ll also build strong networks across our organisation to get things done.

If you’re looking for to develop your career and believe this adds up to the opportunity you’re looking for, then contact us to discuss whether you could be part of our future.

Who we're looking for

We’d love to hear from those who have the aptitude to interpret complex requirements and analyse problems in order to drive appropriate solutions. To be successful you’ll be able to collaborate effectively both within the team and across the organisation or with external parties to drive results. You’ll have an ability to deal effectively with prioritisation and navigate obstacles to deliver on time and in full will be essential to the success of this role.

Finally you’ll need to be a qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA or ACA). As you’d expect you’ll need to be experienced in statutory reporting in a corporate environment. It would be great if you had financial services experience but it’s not essential.

What you'll be doing

If you enjoy the challenges of a continually changing financial reporting landscape and want to work in a forward looking and dynamic finance team, this role could be right up your street.

The team are tasked with delivering change to stay ahead of the game in a fast moving financial services environment. This Senior Manager position will work at the heart of the Financial Reporting team, you’ll be responsible for leading change and delivering solutions to meet the ever changing needs and drive best practice.

You’ll also have to manage multiple deliverables and collaborate with others to deliver solutions to tight deadlines.

Your responsibilities will include:
• Shaping the future strategy for reporting and leading reporting projects to improve quality, efficiency or control.
• Leading the development of new reporting to support the changing external requirements and best practice, in line with necessary timelines and quality standards.
• Improving the understanding and documentation of end to end processes to support future change.

In addition, as part of the senior management team, you will be expected to take on wider divisional responsibilities in relation to our people and overall success of the division.

The extras you’ll get

If you put a lot in, it’s only fair you should get a lot out. So if you help us do the right thing for our customers, we’ll help further your career at Nationwide. As well as your salary, there’s life assurance, a pension and a recognition and rewards scheme. We think it’s a great place to work, and we’re not afraid of giving you praise when you’ve done well.


Senior Finance Manager - Reporting Development

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Nationwide Building Society
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ULR Litigator

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Recruiter
Synchronicity
Salary
Competitive
Location
Bristol
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

ULR Litigator will profitably manage a caseload of uninsured loss claims acting at all times in the best interests of the Claimant.

The ideal candidate will be required to:

• To assist the Team Leader with the supervision, monitoring and development of the junior members of the ULR Team.
• To ensure that all of the work carried out within the ULR Team is of the highest standard.
• To assist the Team Leader in respect of all litigated matters both Small and Fast Track within the ULR Team.

1. Case Handling

a. The Litigator will manage a workload of files, in accordance with the instructions of the Team Leader. The number of files will depend on the level of seniority, the complexity of the cases and the value thereof. This will consist of a balanced caseload of Small Track and Fast Track post litigation work.
b. Any claims that fall outside the Litigators individual authority level are to be reported to the Team Leader.
c. Litigators will comply with the firm's standard service levels and those that are applicable to particular accounts as a result of client preference.
d. Litigators will handle all cases in the best interests of the Claimant at all times. Any circumstances that prevent this or create a potential conflict are to be reported to the Team Leader and/or the Operations Manager.
e. Litigators will manage their files to ensure that all time spent is accurately recorded.
f. Litigators will manage their files to ensure that all payments made and received are accurately recorded and the procedures relating to payment of disbursements and damages are followed at all times.
g. Files will be maintained in accordance with the file maintenance procedures.
h. Filing will be kept up to date and in date order.
i. The Case Management system will be used properly and effectively in accordance with agreed procedures.
j. Any complaints to be reported immediately to the Team Leader and/or the Operations Manager.
k. Any mistakes or errors are to be reported immediately to the Team Leader.
l. All files in the Litigators system are to be reviewed once per month and a note made on the file (the cabinet review).
m. Litigators to monitor and manage own compliance with targets in respect of income and file closure rates.

2. Mentoring/Supervision

a. The Litigator will assist in the supervision and development of and management of the caseload handled by the ULR team litigators.
b. The Litigator will check and sign incoming and outgoing post received and produced by the ULR team litigators.
c. The Litigator will assist other case handlers within the ULR team with ad hoc queries
d. The Litigator to report to the Team Leader, any training requirements identified for each litigator as a result of the mentoring or review procedures.
e. The Litigator to assist in the training programme where required.


Minimum Specification

• Ideally with experience of RTA claims in either insurer or solicitor environment, credit hire experience preferable.
• In depth knowledge of liability and quantum issues and willingness to keep up to date with legal developments.
• IT Literate
• Ability to work to tight deadlines
• Good organisational skills
• Time keeping
• Effective people skills, good mentoring and training skills
• Ability to work to targets.

If you are interested in this role we'd be delighted to hear from you. Please submit your CV including details of your current salary.

Contact
Kate Morgan
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Reference
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Senior Finance Manager - Reporting Development

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Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Salary
From £60,000 to £76,000 per year
Location
Bristol, Swindon, Swindon
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Senior Finance Manager - Reporting Development

Introduction

Our Financial Reporting and Tax team are moving to our Head Office in Swindon. The move means that we have a number of opportunities across a range of finance disciplines.

What do you need to know?
Being a finance team, we think it’s as simple as 1-2-3.

One: We’re all about delivery.
For our team, that means creating valuable insight, delivering high quality financial and tax reporting, and making sure we have robust financial controls.

Two: We’re committed to growing our expertise and yours.
We’ll provide technical training along with personal and professional development. As we believe these are key to supporting both our people and our delivery agenda.

Three: We’re looking for people who are great to work with.
Because they bring energy, dedication and a collaborative approach to work; they’ll also build strong networks across our organisation to get things done.

If you’re looking for to develop your career and believe this adds up to the opportunity you’re looking for, then contact us to discuss whether you could be part of our future.

Who we're looking for

We’d love to hear from those who have the aptitude to interpret complex requirements and analyse problems in order to drive appropriate solutions. To be successful you’ll be able to collaborate effectively both within the team and across the organisation or with external parties to drive results. You’ll have an ability to deal effectively with prioritisation and navigate obstacles to deliver on time and in full will be essential to the success of this role.

Finally you’ll need to be a qualified accountant (ACCA, CIMA or ACA). As you’d expect you’ll need to be experienced in statutory reporting in a corporate environment. It would be great if you had financial services experience but it’s not essential.

What you'll be doing

If you enjoy the challenges of a continually changing financial reporting landscape and want to work in a forward looking and dynamic finance team, this role could be right up your street.

The team are tasked with delivering change to stay ahead of the game in a fast moving financial services environment. This Senior Manager position will work at the heart of the Financial Reporting team, you’ll be responsible for leading change and delivering solutions to meet the ever changing needs and drive best practice.

You’ll also have to manage multiple deliverables and collaborate with others to deliver solutions to tight deadlines.

Your responsibilities will include:
• Shaping the future strategy for reporting and leading reporting projects to improve quality, efficiency or control.
• Leading the development of new reporting to support the changing external requirements and best practice, in line with necessary timelines and quality standards.
• Improving the understanding and documentation of end to end processes to support future change.

In addition, as part of the senior management team, you will be expected to take on wider divisional responsibilities in relation to our people and overall success of the division.

The extras you’ll get

If you put a lot in, it’s only fair you should get a lot out. So if you help us do the right thing for our customers, we’ll help further your career at Nationwide. As well as your salary, there’s life assurance, a pension and a recognition and rewards scheme. We think it’s a great place to work, and we’re not afraid of giving you praise when you’ve done well.

Why work for us

At Nationwide we don’t have shareholders, we’re here for our members and we put their needs first in everything we do. And now, more than ever, two things are helping us go from strength to strength: we put our customers first, and we’re known for being open, honest and trustworthy.

We’re also the world’s largest building society, with communities at the heart of everything we do. We aim to do the right thing for our members which helps set us apart from our competitors. But we need good people to help us do it: people who understand what we believe in and have the talent and drive to keep us successful.

Senior Finance Manager - Reporting Development

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