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HR Manager

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Recruiter
Ryder Reid Legal Ltd
Salary
From £60,000 to £75,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

A fantastic career opportunity has arisen for an experienced legal HR Manager to join the London office of a prestigious US law firm in a challenging and varied generalist role, providing and effective and efficient HR support service. This firm is a truly global award-winning firm, consistent leaders in top ten survey.

Reporting in to the International HR Director, the role will include, but is not limited to, the following:

•Overall management of employee relations issues for both fee-earners and support staff
•Appropriate and cost effective recruitment
•Assisting with the salary and bonus review process
•Management and implementation of HR policies in accordance with Firm policy and good practice
•Manage, train and coach junior members of the HR team
•Developing and maintaining strong interactive relationships with all members of the Global Resources team
•Working with the HR Director on the provision of HR services to the firm's International offices
•Ad-hoc projects.

The ideal candidate will be CIPD qualified, with strong generalist HR experience at managerial level. Experience of dealing with employee relations issues and a good knowledge of UK employment law is essential, along with first class communication skills and the ability to manage a very busy workload. A flexible approach is required, as is the confidence and gravitas to liaise with senior individuals.

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Andrea Prendergast
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Reference
466833

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Business Analyst - UX, Agile, CMS, Digital Publishing

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JOBG8
Salary
From £65,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Business Analyst - UX, Agile, CMS, Digital Publishing
A mid-sized, London-based consultancy specialising in cloud-based/opensource CMS/platform design and integration projects want a skilled Technical Business Analyst to be involved in the Scoping and Discovery Phases of new projects.
The Business Analyst will be required to identify and focus on understanding the needs of our clients, its strategic direction, and identifying initiatives that will allow a business to meet those strategic goals.
The Business Analyst will be responsible for:
New Business Scoping and Discovery Sessions Identifying additional business opportunities Preparing Cost Estimates (CE) Preparing Presentations to assist and support Client Services with the business case Drafting Workflow Diagrams Drafting Wireframes and related Usability Designs (UX) Identifying Project Risks, Dependencies, Exclusions and Assumptions Management of Client Expectations Solution assessment and validation Brainstorming Document analysis Focus/Stakeholder Workshops Interface analysis Interviews Workshops Site Maps Prototypes Surveys/Questionnaires User Task Analysis Requirements analysis and documentation

Requirements to apply:
Solid software development life cycle experience Extensive general knowledge and technology experience Good working experience and understanding of digital media, digital channels, social media, Web 2.0 and related new media Solid experience in analytical methodologies Experience in usability experience design and workflow/wireframe mapping Experience in Axure, Visio, OmniGraffle, or Lucid Charts Solid understanding and track record of digital platforms: websites, microsites, mobisites, social media and applications Solid understanding and track record of usability interface design and concept storyboarding/wire-framing Ability to stay calm and deliver in a challenging, competitive, high-pressure environment Client facing and presentation skills ability

This role will rarely require distant travelling as 90% of clients are London-based and the company also have a flexible working approach.
Interviews are happening with quick turn-around. So apply today for quick feedback.

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Digitek Resourcing
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Reference
JSUXBA2304

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EMEA Finance Controller

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Robert Walters
Salary
From £65,000 to £75,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Our client, a global media firm, is looking for a Financial Controller to join their EMEA team.

You will be responsible for the efficient and effective functioning of the Corporate Finance team for Europe. This team is responsible for providing comprehensive support to senior stakeholders within our clients global network by ensuring the timely and accurate provision of both financial and management information for clients EMEA region. The key responsibilities

* Management of up to 4 direct staff
* Deputize for the Finance Director, EMEA
* Month-end consolidation, performance evaluation and reporting
* P & L, Balance sheet, Functional and Multi-account analysis and reporting
* KPI reporting
* Corporate governance reporting (SBOX testing, supplier compliance reporting, tax & audit surveys, legal database, real estate analysis, employee compensation database)
* Budgets and Forecasting
* Support the annual group budget preparation and monthly forecasting activity
* Provide analytical support and reports as required
* Shareholder compensation calculations (Earn outs/buy outs/profit shares & dividend assessments)
* Profitability analysis and control over Coordinating team expenditure
* Monitoring bank accounts for compliance to Corporate policy
* Support Group Cash flow forecasting and monitoring
* Support CAPEX forecasting and monitoring
* Central functional cost analysis and allocation
* Service fee charges
* Adhoc projects
The successful candidate will be:

* Qualified Accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA or equivalent), with post qualification experience
* Good technical accounting knowledge
* Experience in a multi-national environment is beneficial
* Strong Excel Skills
* Strong communication skills
* Experienced at staff management

Apply below or to find out more about the EMEA Financial Controller job contact Dominic Horne on [contact details removed] or call + [contact details removed] quoting the reference 2006640.

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Dominic Horne
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Reference
2006640-2-BB

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Fund Accountant

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Walker Hamill
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From £45,000 to £60,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

We're recruiting on behalf of a leading private equity firm based in London, who is looking to appoint a new Fund Accountant. Our client is seeking a qualified accountant to perform a broad role responsible for all institutional funds.

The role of fund accountant is responsible for the administration and accounting of all the Institutional Funds and the related entities (General Partner, carry and co-invest). The successful candidate will be responsible for the following responsibilities:

• Preparation of quarterly and annual fund accounts and investor reporting schedules.
• Preparation of annual accounts of General Partner, Carry and co-invest entities
• Daily monitoring of fund, general partner, carry and co-invest bank accounts
• Prepare six monthly valuations of investee companies for review and approval at the Valuation Committee meeting. This will involve working closely with the Portfolio team and attending the Valuation Committee meeting
• Maintaining and keeping up to date IRR (actual and forecast), carry and co-invest models
• Maintaining forecast cash flows for all funds and working with the portfolio team to prepare expected return forecasts
• Accounting and fund administration of new investments and realisations (e.g. preparation of drawdown and realisation notices to investors)
• Preparation of taxation information for the tax accountant / CFO to be used in completing tax return
• Ensuring set up sheets for Institutional investments are kept up to date
• Preparation of KPI and fund performance schedules for inclusion in the Partnership Board Packs and the fund AGM
• Ensuring that income models (loan note interest and preference dividends) are in agreement with the legal agreements and with the calculations prepared by the investee company accountants
• Preparation of ad hoc information to answer investor related queries
• Ad hoc preparation and submission of BVCA Statistical returns and surveys
• Liaise with relevant stakeholders including auditors, investee company Financial Directors, statutory bodies, investors, etc.

Skills/Experience:

The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant with a fund accounting background within private equity or alternative assets. You must have strong academic record and relevant university degree. Strong communication and relationship management skills will also be important within this dynamic and varied role.

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Banking Fin Services
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Reference
SK44400

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Clinical Negligence 4+ PQE

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Laurence Simons Legal Recruitment
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From £55,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Defendant healthcare litigation role in the London offices of a successful law firm. This is an excellent opportunity for a defendant clinical negligence lawyer to join a team with an established London presence and a growing reputation, who work on behalf of major medical defence organisations and insurers.

Our client is a full service business law firm which provides legal services including corporate & commercial, finance & restructuring, insurance and real estate. Sectors serviced include insurance healthcare, energy, outsourcing & technology and education.

They have been awarded numerous awards in national surveys and legal press, applauded as being a major UK firm based on success and employee satisfaction. Firm wide clients include public sector organisations, corporate bodies and private clients.

Healthcare Litigation team:

• Provide the full spectrum of healthcare advice and dispute resolution services
• The reputation of the team attracts high-calibre, complex and often high-profile work. Partners in the team have excellent market knowledge and an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare sector.
• Clients include medical defence organisations, healthcare market insurers, alternative healthcare specialists, individual practitioners including dental professionals and healthcare regulators
• This new vacancy is due to success of the team and a consistent increase of complex top quality work

The ideal candidate:

• Will have at least 4 years PQE from a leading defendant healthcare practice
• Experience of defendant clinical negligence and regulatory work is essential
• Exposure to medical defence organisations and insurers would be an added benefit
• Demonstrated ability to hit the ground running and manage a busy case load of multiple files
• Will have a positive and pro-active approach to their work and will be comfortable working in a busy but close-knit environment.
• Will receive a competitive salary package including benefits

There is ample opportunity to progress and develop in this team, whilst gaining exposure to high quality city calibre work and enjoying a friendly and genuinely welcoming working environment.

For an in depth discussion please contact Sarah Coughtrie at Laurence Simons on [contact details removed] or [contact details removed]

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Sarah Coughtrie
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Reference
SC705900TL

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Director International Research & Product Development - Derivatives -

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JOBG8
Salary
From £120,000 to £120,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

A leading global player within the global derivatives market is looking to recruit a Director, Research & Product Development.
The primary role of the Director, Research & Product Development is to research, design and develop new product opportunities related to the exchange traded and over-the-counter (OTC) market. In this role, the individual will also identify viable product extensions to expand the product offerings and meet client needs. Key objectives of the role include:
Research and design new exchange traded and OTC products in commodities markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Offer proposed solutions to others on Research & Product Development team on product design. Develop and launch new products into viable, working markets by actively engaging externally with market participants, regulatory authorities, and/or third party data providers. Lead the coordination of launch efforts internally with Products & Services, Market Regulation, Marketing, Operations, Clearing, Legal, and Corporate Communications. Work with the Research & Product Development team to maintain viability of existing products by evaluating the impact of market trends, engaging with clients to gain insight and feedback, and complete maintenance activities on existing products. Identify and design viable product extensions. Propose necessary product and rule modifications where required and gain internal approvals. Perform routine and ad-hoc analysis, as needed, to ensure existing products continue to meet regulatory requirements. Understand the changing global regulatory environment to consider potential impact to the product line(s). Provide marketing support by supplying data, analysis, and authoring product related materials. Prepare and deliver product presentations. Build his/her network to solicit feedback from industry participants, regulators, data providers, etc. through trade calls, surveys, industry events, trade shows and conferences. Report back intelligence gathered to relevant stakeholders through CME Group's customer relationship management tool.

Required Skills & Experience:
Strong experience with both the exchange traded and over-the-counter market Strong experience within product development &/or product launch for the exchange traded and OTC markets Excellent relationship management & business development skills

Kite Consulting Group is the UK's leading Market Infrastructure Recruitment Business. As recruitment partner exclusively to leading Clearing, Exchange and Trading Infrastructure businesses across Europe we have a deep and focused knowledge of our specialist business areas and are recognised leaders in our field. For more information please visit our website.

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Kite Consulting Group Limited
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Reference
JSKCG

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