NXTGEN are recruiting a Group Financial Accountant for a highly reputable organisation based in Huntingdon. This is a technically focused role which will support in areas of Treasury and Group reporting, working as part of a central and highly visible team giving the successful candidate fantastic exposure to the senior leadership and executive teams. As Group Financial Accountant you will take ownership for the delivery of all financial & management accounting for debt and treasury instruments, including investments and derivatives. You will also ensure all policies and reports are compliant with IFRS standards, making the necessary process changes as these are updated. From a reporting perspective, the Group Financial Accountant will play a key role in the delivery of financial statements for the group and subsidiary businesses as well as consolidating reports.
Key responsibilities of the role will include:
* Day to day management for all debt and derivative reporting for group. This will also include reporting and monitoring investments
* Ensure all treasury reporting is compliant under IFRS guidelines including IFRS 9, IFRS 13 and IFRS 16
* Review and report on debt and interest rate exposure, working with the treasury team to identify potential risks
* Responsibility for the preparation of financial accounts, including consolidation of subsidiary companies into group
* Delivery of the interim and year end accounts whilst also playing a key role in the annual audit plan
* Act as the technical accounting specialist within the group team, supporting with queries across the finance community
The successful candidate will ideally be a fully qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA or equivalent), with experience gained within a Top 6 accountancy firm highly desirable. Given the high profile and central nature of the role you will need to be confident communicating with senior management and executives. You will need to demonstrate excellent technical accounting ability with a working knowledge of IFRS highly desirable but not essential. Exposure to Treasury areas such as Debt & Derivative reporting would be highly desirable but not essential. Any prior experience reviewing and improving financial controls and reporting processes would also be desirable given the organisations continuous improvement drive. Great flexibility will also be available as the organisation move to a flexible working pattern.