Assistant Management Accountant in Andover - Aster Group

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Andover, England
Job Type
Full Time
Date Posted
2 days ago

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Job Description

The Opportunity:

An exciting opportunity for an Assistant Management Accountant to join the finance team in Andover. The role is a permanent position.

What you’ll be doing

Support the team in delivering monthly management accounts, periodic forecasting and budgeting.

Be responsible for journal preparation, balance sheet reconciliations and variance analysis.

Work closely with colleagues both inside and outside of finance.

Get involved in ad-hoc projects and assist in the preparation of statutory accounts.

About you

You need to be educated to A-Level standard (or equivalent) with GCSE passes in English and Maths. Studying, or a desire to study, towards a recognised professional accounting qualification is essential.

You will have experience of working in a finance team with experience of working with computerised accounts systems. You’ll also be a proficient user of the Microsoft Office suite.

You’ll need to be an effective communicator, establishing and building relationships across the business to enable collaborative working where applicable.

You’ll be working in a fast-paced environment, so you’ll need to be able to juggle conflicting priorities and juggle a demanding workload whilst retaining a good eye for detail. 

You will need to be a good team player with a ‘can-do’ attitude, as well as being a proactive, forward thinker with a flexible approach to hours worked.

What’s in it for me

We invest in our colleagues because we know if they have a better day at work, the service our customers receive will be better. The Aster Offer is our offer to our colleagues to ensure they have a great day at work and includes things like:

Flexible working – whilst some roles need to be carried out in a specific place at a specific time, where possible we encourage our colleagues to work to their own schedule at a location that suits them, their team and our business’ needs

A focus on colleague wellbeing – workshops, an employee assistance programme offering counselling and support, virtual GP services, mental health training and a health cash plan

We invest in colleagues’ careers and development through our leader and colleague development frameworks

Defined Contribution Pension and attached life assurance

Volunteering hours available to all colleagues to enable them to give back

Savings at cinemas, gyms, holidays, days out, various shops and eateries and lots more

Enhanced leave

We celebrate colleagues who go above and beyond with a range of personalised recognition initiatives, and monthly and annual awards.

Ready to apply?

To apply, please use information provided in the advert and role profile to let us know why you’d be good for the job. Please submit a copy of your up-to-date CV along with a supporting statement.

We create an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity and believe that creating an environment where everyone, from any background, can do their best work is the right thing to do.


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