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Job ID:

176626

Location:

London 

Salary:

per year
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Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04/04/2019
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Job Description:

Are you keen to secure an Audit and Accounts Manager role in a growing Top 100 firm ? The firm has an extremely impressive client base in diverse industries, including Media, TV, Property and Sport.

This award winning Top 100 firm is seeking an experienced Audit and Accounts Manager to join their growing team.

Central to firm's core belief is that client relationships and great service are critical to their success and that by promoting a personal, supportive and proactive environment, they can deliver advice of the highest standard.

The firm acts for a diverse range of clients who operate in a multitude of sectors both in the UK and Internationally including, but not limited to, property, sports, entertainment and media.

Day to Day Responsibilities include but not limited to:
  • Managing and developing a team of 3-5 individuals with varying degrees of experience.
  • Planning, supervising, directing, time- controlling and reviewing accountancy/audit work, and appraising performances.
  • Summarising review issues, making recommendations and reporting to partners.
  • Majority of work will currently be focussed on accounts statutory compliance under FRS102/FRS102 1A with some reporting under IFRS and undertaking specialist audits.
  • Liaising and meeting with clients in relation to audit planning, progress and conclusion. Making pro-active recommendations where relevant.
  • Assessing tax treatments to ensure tax efficiency. Supervising and filing tax returns.
  • Providing proactive advice as to technical aspects and solutions to accounting, financial reporting and tax computation.
  • Assessing performance of audit staff allocated for review and mentoring every six months.
  • Organising and participating in audit meetings to discuss topical issues.
  • Attending courses/webinars to keep up to date relevant technical and regulatory changes.
  • Perform any special professional work as requested by partners.
  • Completing and updating client due diligence forms as and when required.
  • From time to time, to research into latest technical developments in respect of audit and financial reporting, and to seek out any specific knowledge as needed.

Qualifications, Experience & Skills required

Qualifications:
  • ACA/ACCA/CA qualified

Experience:
  • People management/supervisory experience with evidence of assisting others to develop both technical and soft skills
  • Experience of reviewing others work and managing subsequent changes
  • Ability to consistently produce work of a high standard and meeting/surpassing expectations.
  • Strong working knowledge of FRS102 and ability to apply this to both audit and accounts preparation.
  • Strong working knowledge of current tax laws and regulations as well as a pro-active awareness of upcoming changes.
  • Evidence of ability to add significant value to a client outside of the standard remit
  • Identifying emerging/relevant accounting issues for the audit department
  • Identifying areas of concern/areas for improvement for the audit department and proposing/devising/implementing appropriate training
  • Liaising with other departments to understand information requirements and provide clients with a joined up approach. Consider how this can be made as efficient and seamless as possible.
  • Engaging with tax teams to obtain technical expertise in complex areas, work with them to relay this at appropriate levels of detail with the audit team

Skills:
  • You will have strong business focus and awareness of current affairs
  • Strong communication skills - verbal and written
  • An ability to analyse and interpret data
  • Attention to detail and strong organisational skills
  • An ability to work as part of a team
  • An ability to work to and meet deadlines
  • You will need to be client facing
  • Proficient in using Excel, Word and Microsoft Outlook

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.

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Audit & Accounts Manager. Sports, TV & Media clients.

col-narrow-left 

Job ID:

176626

Location:

London 

Salary:

per year
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

04/04/2019
col-wide 

Job Description:

Are you keen to secure an Audit and Accounts Manager role in a growing Top 100 firm ? The firm has an extremely impressive client base in diverse industries, including Media, TV, Property and Sport.

This award winning Top 100 firm is seeking an experienced Audit and Accounts Manager to join their growing team.

Central to firm's core belief is that client relationships and great service are critical to their success and that by promoting a personal, supportive and proactive environment, they can deliver advice of the highest standard.

The firm acts for a diverse range of clients who operate in a multitude of sectors both in the UK and Internationally including, but not limited to, property, sports, entertainment and media.

Day to Day Responsibilities include but not limited to:
  • Managing and developing a team of 3-5 individuals with varying degrees of experience.
  • Planning, supervising, directing, time- controlling and reviewing accountancy/audit work, and appraising performances.
  • Summarising review issues, making recommendations and reporting to partners.
  • Majority of work will currently be focussed on accounts statutory compliance under FRS102/FRS102 1A with some reporting under IFRS and undertaking specialist audits.
  • Liaising and meeting with clients in relation to audit planning, progress and conclusion. Making pro-active recommendations where relevant.
  • Assessing tax treatments to ensure tax efficiency. Supervising and filing tax returns.
  • Providing proactive advice as to technical aspects and solutions to accounting, financial reporting and tax computation.
  • Assessing performance of audit staff allocated for review and mentoring every six months.
  • Organising and participating in audit meetings to discuss topical issues.
  • Attending courses/webinars to keep up to date relevant technical and regulatory changes.
  • Perform any special professional work as requested by partners.
  • Completing and updating client due diligence forms as and when required.
  • From time to time, to research into latest technical developments in respect of audit and financial reporting, and to seek out any specific knowledge as needed.

Qualifications, Experience & Skills required

Qualifications:
  • ACA/ACCA/CA qualified

Experience:
  • People management/supervisory experience with evidence of assisting others to develop both technical and soft skills
  • Experience of reviewing others work and managing subsequent changes
  • Ability to consistently produce work of a high standard and meeting/surpassing expectations.
  • Strong working knowledge of FRS102 and ability to apply this to both audit and accounts preparation.
  • Strong working knowledge of current tax laws and regulations as well as a pro-active awareness of upcoming changes.
  • Evidence of ability to add significant value to a client outside of the standard remit
  • Identifying emerging/relevant accounting issues for the audit department
  • Identifying areas of concern/areas for improvement for the audit department and proposing/devising/implementing appropriate training
  • Liaising with other departments to understand information requirements and provide clients with a joined up approach. Consider how this can be made as efficient and seamless as possible.
  • Engaging with tax teams to obtain technical expertise in complex areas, work with them to relay this at appropriate levels of detail with the audit team

Skills:
  • You will have strong business focus and awareness of current affairs
  • Strong communication skills - verbal and written
  • An ability to analyse and interpret data
  • Attention to detail and strong organisational skills
  • An ability to work as part of a team
  • An ability to work to and meet deadlines
  • You will need to be client facing
  • Proficient in using Excel, Word and Microsoft Outlook

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.