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Job Title: Accounts Payable (Contract) Salary: £23k - £28K Location: Wokingham Are you looking for a contract role? Are you a proficient within Accounts Payable with a minimum 2 years experience? Do you have VAT, Intrastat, EC sales list experience? Are you available to start on either 1st or 5th November 2018? If yes to all the above, this is the role you're looking for...... Under your owner ledger allocation your duties will include: * Accounting and clerical tasks for the maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. * Calculate, post business transactions, process invoices, verify financial data for use in maintaining accounts payable records, and provide other clerical support necessary to pay the obligations of the Company * Process and prepare for payment employee expenses * Clarify any questionable invoice items, prices or receiving signatures * Obtain proper information and/or data regarding invoice payments * Review invoices and requisitions for satisfactory payment approval * Check supplier files for any previous payments and assign voucher numbers * Maintain copies of vouchers, invoices or correspondence necessary for files * Post cash transactions and reconcile bank statements daily * Reconcile month purchase ledger control account and GRNI * Calculate and submit intrastat and EC sales list information to HMRC * Prepare monthly accruals 2 x Contract roles ending Aug 19' and Jan 20'. Please get in touch ASAP with Janine to discuss further In line with GDPR regulations, we are making you aware that to proceed with your application we will need to contact you via email, telephone and/or text message. To receive future job alerts from us, you will be required to provide consent within our marketing preference options. The link will be provided in an email to you. Due to the high number of applications we are receiving, we are unable to respond to every application individually. If you do not hear from us within 5 days please assume that your application has not been successful
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This role for a Finance Business Partner has been released on a temporary basis initially for 12 weeks. As a Finance Business Partner you will provide financial support and critical analytical challenge to directorates to ensure the organisation achieves financial targets and delivers value for money within the budgets set by the comprehensive spending review. Main Duties: * Produce monthly and periodic finance reports and analysis for stakeholders in order to monitor and control spending within agree targets. * Undertaking the annual business planning process to establish directorates’ annual budgets are in line with planned programme delivery and ensure within the limits of the comprehensive spending review. * Complete monthly and quarterly reviews with budget holders, challenging budget holders and directors on variances and forecasts, ensuring significant variances are reported with recommended action. * Carry out financial analyses and business case evaluation in order to assist Directors in controlling budgets, ensuring value for money and adopting alternative financial strategies. * Provide advice and guidance on financial software systems and government finance procedures so that budget holders have requisite knowledge to use financial ERP system and work within policy. * Carry out periodic reviews of directorate’s forecast programme lifetime indirect costs expenditure, ensuring plans are affordable within the overall funding envelope. You should match the following criteria: * Qualified (Management) Accountant * Demonstrable experience of preparing financial report * Practiced in the development of budget setting and providing ongoing challenge and review. * Experience of various accounting systems and utilising complex spreadsheets to provide value adding MI * Ability to interpret and communicate complex financial issues to non-financial colleagues * Previous experience of working in Finance Business Partner role * Previous experience of working on major infrastructure projects and / or government finance preferred Please send your most updated CV to Grant Wilson by clicking apply now --- Fusion People are committed to promoting equal opportunities to people regardless of age, gender, religion, belief, race, sexuality or disability. We operate as an employment agency and employment business. You'll find a wide selection of vacancies on our website
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Required Tech :: The primary responsibilities will be writing Chef cookbooks and creating RPMs for the client installer package and potentially help out on the TeamCity pipelines and the final deployment solution. It’s 100% on-site. Please bear in mind that whilst technical ability is a must, a communicative, consultative mindset is something we regard highly here also. Strong prior experience working with the following: -Experience in automated build pipeline, continuous integration, and continuous deployment. -Hands on experience in provisioning a virtualised environment -Strong working knowledge of: -AWS -Ansible/Puppet -Building CI/CD pipelines - Jenkins -Scripting experience - specifically python
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Based in Canary Wharf, this global financial services organisation is seeking an experienced project management coordinator to support its busy project team who are working in a group and process restructure. Duties will include, but are not limited to: * Supporting the project team, coordinating individual responsibilities, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing schedule to ensure timely completion * Understand project scope and assist with stakeholder information and management * Support the full project life cycle and associated project management deliverables for initiation, planning, control, execution and close * Be aware of and where appropriate manage risks to project execution throughout the project life cycle * Monitor, and report on costs, schedule and scope according to standard processes * Coordinate issue resolution, escalation and change management processes This role requires a strong communicator with knowledge of LEAN/Agile and the ability to work across various different stakeholder groups in different locations. Demonstrable skills when it comes to the gathering and disseminating information are an absolute must. Systems competency in Microsoft Office, Visio, Project and Salesforce would be preferred. For more details please contact us submitting your full Word version CV with a note of your current and expected salary
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AML Advisor Skelmersdale Up to £25,000 PA (dependent on experience) Working hours – Mon-Fri 9-5 Closing Date – 11th November 2018 6-9 month Fixed term contract – starting January 2nd 2019 Here at the Co-operative Bank we’re proud of many things… doing the right thing, our commitment to our customer led ethical policy and our award-winning levels of customer service to millions of retail and business customers across the UK. Receiving these awards is a great achievement and testament to how dedicated our colleagues are to putting the customer at the heart of everything they do… just another reason for us to be proud! As the title says we’re looking for an AML Advisor, but what is it? As one of our experienced specialists in this role told us… “You see job adverts all the time that say every day is different, but in this role, it really is. With each case I have to put my head in a new and different field…I have to get involved in the specific details and see where it goes…it’s so interesting”. “I feel like I’m truly contributing to a safer bank and providing a great service at the same time” You’ll be: * conducting in depth investigations on standard/high risk customer account applications& account change requests to mitigate the risk of money laundering and criminal terrorist financing, taking responsibility for decision making. * collecting and reviewing evidence, using your training and experience to identify any fraudulent documents and escalating any suspicions where appropriate. * focusing on delivering quality outcomes in line with mandatory standards and continuously improve key performance measures. * delivering exceptional customer service. * comfortable working to targets (non-monetary) Essentially, you’ll need to have… * experience working within Financial Services * an analytical and inquisitive mind with strong attention to detail. * sound judgement and confident decision-making ability * business and corporate knowledge and experience. It would be great if you also have… * Financial Crime prevention (desirable) * An in-depth knowledge of relevant banking regulation and legislation (desirable) * Comprehensive knowledge of AML (desirable) * SME Banking Experience (desirable) We can offer you… * Fantastic comprehensive training (classroom and in role) * 27 days holiday (prorated) * Agile working culture * Competitive pension / income protection / life assurance * 2 paid days for volunteering per year * Modern working environment in our recently refurbished Skelmersdale offices We are passionate and committed to continuing to build a diverse workforce and an inclusive environment where all colleagues can fulfil their potential. We absolutely welcome applications from talented individuals from all backgrounds and lifestyles who can work with us in maintaining a culture of belonging, where people are valued and respected. If you require more information or this document in a different format, please contact the recruitment team on (Apply online only) or email Laura at (url removed). As a reputable employer regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, all offers of employment for this role are subject to a series of background checks, including criminal (DBS) and financial checks
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Becoming a Payroll Officer with HR Solutions: An exciting and varied opportunity to commence a career & HR & Payroll with a large & dynamic business, on a contract basis. This would suit an enthusiastic & motivated individual with, ideally, some exposure to HR & Payroll or able to demonstrate a proven interest in this area. Good customer service skills, strong written & verbal communication & good Word & Excel. **This is initially a 9 month fixed term contract** What you will do: * Transacting and Processing accurate and timely payroll administration for clients * Undertaking quality checks to ensure accurate payments are made * Advise and support clients on conditions of service for designated categories of staff, ensuring consistency, ensuring excellent customer service. * Ensure full and accurate personnel and payroll records are kept as prescribed in Service Level Agreements. * Assist the Team Leader as required in reviewing administrative procedures and processes, and implementing change in the interests of efficiency, and supporting delivery of HR & Payroll services. Your experience will include: * Ideally some Payroll experience with an understanding of payroll legislation * Good Word & Excel skills * Strong written & verbal communication * Minimum Grade C at Maths & English GCSE * An understanding of Finance and transactional processing * Experience of delivering services to performance standards * Experience of delivering customer services About HR Solutions Capita HR Solutions helps employers to maximise the performance of their HR functions from core transactional services, through to complete organisational transformation. We meet the HR service needs of our clients by listening to the challenges they face and working with them to create an approach that suits their business, culture and people. From simple transactional services through to organisational transformation, we use a flexible approach to maximise the performance of HR functions and drive greater efficiency for businesses. Join us here and you’ll be transforming HR operations around the country. HR Solutions are part of Capita Plc, the UK’s leading provider of business process management and integrated professional support service solutions. Through quality solutions, tailored to our customers’ needs, we’ve helped countless organisations unlock value and maximise their potential. With access to our range of unique and diverse opportunities, offering real career advancement and progression, we can unlock your potential too. What’s in it for you? At Capita, we believe an open, transparent working environment that encourages ingenuity and collaboration – with colleagues, customers and clients – is what makes us so effective at what we do. You’ll be joining a network of some of the most experienced, innovative and dedicated people in the country - the opportunities to learn new skills, develop in your career and grow and as we grow are almost endless. Our mission is to help you realise your potential – whatever that means to you. What we hope you will do next Help us find out more about you by completing our short application process – click apply now. Capita operates as an equal opportunities employer and we welcome all applications regardless of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality, religion or beliefs, disability, age, political opinions or trade union membership. | Become a Change Maker | Follow Capita on twitter @capitacareers Follow Capita on facebook @careersatcapita Capita Resourcing welcome applications from all suitably qualified people regardless of gender, race, disability, age or sexual orientation. Capita Resourcing is a trading name of Capita Resourcing Ltd. Services offered are those of an Employment Agency and Employment Business. Applicants will be required to register with us. If you are successful with your application, you will need complete Capita's vetting and screening checks. This will include, but not be limited to, Reference Checks, a Criminality Check, Financial Probity Check, Sanctions Check and Media Check
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Role: Accountant Location: Bristol Duration: 12 Months Industry: Aerospace Pay Rate: £25 – £30 P/H Job Overview Prepares and reconciles financial information according to company and regulatory accounting policies and procedures. Provides effective internal controls. Identifies and resolves accounting system issues. Supports the development and deployment of new accounting systems and tools. Reviews and analyzes relevant contract terms, conditions and accounting source documents. Prepares internal and external financial reports. Reviews and interprets company directives and policies to guide overall accounting policies and practices Summary: The International Payroll team is located in Seattle, Amsterdam and Hong Kong with a total of 13 team members. Combined the team supports 68 unique payrolls in 48 countries. This position is a new role to support growth in the UK and the selected candidate will be tied in daily with the rest of the team. This position is with the International Payroll and Timekeeping and is located in Bristol England. The individual will support UK Payroll and Timekeeping activities and may be asked to assist with multiple country payrolls in Europe and possibly Africa, Middle East and Asia. Future growth is expected. Responsibility: Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Validate payroll data received from vendor(s) to ensure quality output for employees and books of account • Interface with vendor and other inter company organizations to ensure correct and timely input date for the gross to net calculations by the vendor • Preparation of payroll and timekeeping management reports and/or metrics • Support the implementation of new international locations for payroll and timekeeping • Support the implementation of new payroll and timekeeping systems and changes • Improve payroll and timekeeping processes and tools • Facilitate communication and meetings in region to resolve questions • Ensure system integrity and compliance with internal controls, guidelines and regulatory requirements. • Team with interface organizations (e.g. Human Resources, Compensation and Benefits, Business Support Managers in region) to address and resolve cross-organizational payroll issues. • Serve as organizational point of contact for special projects. • Able to work under general direction and independently with minimal direction • Able to be flexible in work schedule to support meetings in other time zones • Able to travel internationally as required. Duties subject to change per management requirements. Experience/Qualification: • Multiple years of UK-based payroll, timekeeping and audit experience including strong understanding of income tax, pension, and benefits related to payroll. A degree in finance or professional payroll certification is a plus but is not essential for this posting. • Prior experience with payroll processing utilizing Workday HR and Time Tracking tools is a plus. • Strong international payroll operational background, accounting and organizational skills. • Must be detail oriented. • Strong written and verbal communication skills in English. Fluency in another language is a plus. • A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products, with emphasis on Excel. • Able to work independently with minimal direction, take initiative, lead and work with teams. • Good judgment, extreme discretion required. • Self-starter with a positive attitude, high ethics, able to work under pressure. • Available for International travel and to support flexible work hours. • Eligible to work in the UK. Roevin acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. Roevin UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Roevin. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information – please copy and paste the following link in to your browser: (url removed)
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Job Description This role is responsible for the input of European Head Office invoices and processing of accounts payble for all UK and European Sectors in an accurate, timely and compliant manner. Responsible for monthly reconciliations and journals for nominated sectors. Works closely with the Sector finance to ensure local transactions have been completed correctly. Additionally, this role supports Finance Management with the implementation of ad hoc and goal driven projects as determined by the corporate objectives Key Responsibilities: * Preparation and posting of Accounts Payable invoices for nominated sector(s) via DM (e-archiving). * Preparation and posting of specific product/materials supplier invoices for nominated sector(s). This includes matching invoices to purchase orders and raising queries through to resolution * Preparation and payment of supplier invoices, employee expenses and intra company bank transfers for nominated sector(s). * Preparation of daily & monthly bank reconcilations for nominated bank accounts * Reconciliation of monthly general ledger bank timing account for nominated sector(s). * Preparation of monthly supplier reconcilations for nominated suppliers. * Review Aged Payables report for nominated sector(s) and investigate any queries through to resolution. * Responsible for AP/AR contra process for nominated sector(s). * Preparation and posting of employee expense claims via Concur (automated expense system). Includes processing and reconciliation of company credit cards for 200+ employees. * Reconciliation of Concur’s monthly expense general ledger account for nominated sector(s). * SOX/audit compliance. To include maintaining the relevant, auditable records for all of the above tasks. * Cross functional learning so that cover can be provided. * General support to the Accounts Receivable team as nominated (eg posting cash, posting statements). * To assist and support the implementation of ad hoc and goal driven projects relating to Accounts Payable as determined by the Finance team. Education * GCSE grade A-C, Maths and English or equivalent Skills Required * 3+ year’s relevant AP accounting and reporting experience * 2+ year’s experience supporting and processing AP internationally, desired. * Flexibility, willingness to learn and to accept new challenges. Structured, organized, excellent communication skills for liaising with Branch staff where English is not usually a first language and detail orientated
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Are you looking for the opportunity to work for one of Kent's leading employers on a fixed term contract to end of August 2019? My client is seeking candidates with KYC/AML experience to undertake a projecy to update anti-money laundering and know your customer requirements of standard risk accounts. * Do you have experience of working in a busy KYC or AML department? * Have you worked in a retail banking environment? * Do you have excellent written and spoken communication skills? If you have answered YES to these questions, I would be keen to hear from you
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For this role you will require the following skills and attributes :- Accounts Experience Invoicing Purchase Ledger Reconciling Accruals Cheque and Bacs payments Expenses All round general accounts experience is required for this role, please feel free to call me on (Apply online only) for more details. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN IMMEDIATE START AND ON A TEMPORARY BASIS Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer. By applying for this role your details will be submitted to Adecco. Our Candidate Privacy Information Statement explains how we will use your information – please copy and paste the following link in to your browser https://(url removed)/candidate-privacy
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