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Assistant Cash & Liquidity Accountant

Role Summary

We have an exciting new contract opportunity based in Glascoed as a Assistant Cash & Liquidity Accountant.

The role will be an initial 6 month contract and will provide you with the opportunity to perform daily cash activities and ad-hoc tasks where necessary, and providing support to the Cash and Liquidity Manager where required on a variety of tasks.

Key Responsibilities

  • Prepare Cash Forecasting files for review & present output to Business Partners
  • Prepare Cash Actualisation files and identify areas of improvement
  • Supprot to the supplier payment process
  • Daily cash reconciliations - exception monitoring
  • Ensuring robust financial controls are in place and accounting policies are adhered to at all times
  • Prepare daily funding
  • Supporting with Internal and External Audit activities
  • Support ad-hoc project activities

Key skills & qualifications

  • Studying towards a professional finance qualification (ACA, ACCA or CIMA etc.) and/or have proven work experience within a Finance role
  • The ability to communicate effectively with internal/external stakeholders as you need to demonstrate the ability to challenge and influence members of the team
  • Able to work autonomously in order to meet strict deadlines
  • Experienced in the use of Microsoft Office such as Excel, Work etc. within a professional capacity
  • Experience of using ERP systems such as SAP, Oracle etc

What we're looking for in you

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Well-developed analytical/problem solving/decision making skills.

Strong organisational skills who is adaptable in a fast-paced environment.

Stakeholder management skills.

Location: Glascoed

Rate: £15.82 per hour (INSIDE IR35)

AAP3 is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Start date
11/10/2021
Duration
6 months
From
aap3
Location
Newport
Published at
14.10.2021
Project ID:
2228543
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