Handle are currently working with an international music business assisting them with their search for a part-qualified (ACCA/CIMA or equivalent) Management Accountant to take on an ongoing interim role with them based at their offices in Central London.
Reporting into the Group Finance Manager your role will include:
Monthly close process - Assisting the Group Finance Manager with completing the end to end close process, monitoring timetables, reviewing bookings made by the shared service centre, coding and submitting into the accounting system for review and subsequent reporting into group. Carry out any bookkeeping entries required.
Balance sheet - Make sure the balance sheet is correctly accounted on a monthly basis and that all balance sheet reconciliations are kept up to date, including inter-company, credit cards, fixed assets, prepayments and accruals, deferred and accrued income, taxes.
Revenue - Assist the Group Finance Manager with processes to capture and reconcile all revenue streams. Make sure that Invoices are raised to external and internal parties to collect all revenues, using the shared service teams as appropriate.
Costs - Ensure all costs are accounted correctly being able to challenge as appropriate. Discuss and agree to processes for allocating costs across revenue streams, as appropriate, ensuring these systems are adhered to. Assist with approval of invoices to contracts and the PO system.
Reporting - assisting with the preparation and issuing of reporting on a monthly and annual basis including forecasting, month end management accounts (including TB, PL, BS), appropriate performance reports to any shareholders and any other required ad hoc reports.
The successful candidate will be a part-qualified Management Accountant with at least 2 years experience working in a similar role. They will have intermediate Excel and strong communication skills with the confidence to challenge the business on their numbers.
Handle actively welcomes applicants from under-represented backgrounds
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