144029/Financial Controller

Reference: 144029

Location: SE London

Salary: £65,000 + Sports Club + Substantial education discounts

Our renowned client is a leader in the education sector and continued development of this complex organisation, with a clear social mission, means they now require a seasoned Financial Controller.
Reporting to the CFO and deputising for them as required, this is an all round role, they are seeking a consummate professional, a real  “Agent of Change” to manage the day to day whilst driving improvements in the financial systems and processes.
Managing a small well established team, you will need the communication skills and gravitas to deliver real improvement.Key responsibilities will include:-

  • Manage all aspects of accounting, reporting and compliance as well as the relevant systems to deliver for this complex organisation.
  • Manage the planning, budget and forecast processes.
  • Manage a variety of internal and external stakeholder relationships including Banks, Auditors, HMRC. legal etc
  • Manage the accounting and reporting for commercial and international activities, as well as Investment Fund management.

You will be an ambitious, and technically up to date qualified accountant, with the relevant experience to step into the role. A good team manager with excellent IT and communication skills and prior experience with Microsoft ERP systems would be an advantage.  Some experience of the Charity sector finance  would be an advantage. This client is keen to attract a wide and diversified pool of interested candidates, including parents returning to the workplace.

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Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.


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