Practice Bookkeeper / Payroll Advisor in Helwith Bridge

Job Overview

Location
Helwith Bridge, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
£30,000 - £30,000 Per Year
Date Posted
4 days ago

Additional Details

Job ID
23020988
Job Views
1

Job Description

We're recruiting on behalf of an independent Accountancy firm who are looking to have someone join their growing Bookkeeping Department. You will be joining a team of four to assist in Bookkeeping and if you have Payroll experience you can use this skill in assisting on some payroll clients.

We are seeking someone who can work on creating effective working relationships with clients and ensuring accurate and timely figures /payroll are produced.

Bookkeeping duties and responsibilities:

The role will involve a range of important day-to-day financial duties:

Completion of bookkeeping, management accounts and VAT returns accurately, timely and efficiently
Carry out a critical review of management accounts and report on material variances
Ownership and responsibility for a portfolio of bookkeeping clients
Train clients on bookkeeping software as and when required Skills and experience required:

Proven track record of completing bookkeeping or Payroll preferably in a practice environment / or an environment working on several client accounts
Demonstrate a can-do, proactive and motivated approach to any task
Microsoft Excel (intermediate) and working knowledge of Xero and Sage Payroll desirable
Ability to manage own workload
Display integrity and commitment
Adaptable to work in different manners and with different software
Can work to budgets and deadlines Hours of work:

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm (30mins lunch) - 37.5 hour working week Salary and benefits

Up to £30,000 dependent upon experience
20 days annual leave + 8 bank holidays
Private Medical
Workplace Pension
Flexitime (core hours Mon - Thurs 10am - 4pm / Fri 10am - 12noon)
Hybrid working - 1 day per week in the office (during probation period this will be office working)

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