Financial Accountant in Land Gate - CV-Library

Financial Accountant in Land Gate - CV-Library

Financial Accountant in Land Gate - CV-Library

Job Overview

Location
Land Gate, England
Job Type
Full Time
Salary
TBC
Date Posted
22 days ago

Additional Details

Job ID
98825871
Job Views
7

Job Description

The NRL Group have an incredible opportunity to join their growing business, based in Wigan. Reporting to the Group Head of Finance we are looking for a Financial Accountant to contribute to the strategic growth of the business through your analysis, your understanding of what our data tells us about our underlying business, and your ability to provide clarity to our Leadership Team in order to facilitate their decision-making. This role will also manage our Accounts department, which is a team of four.
This role is suited to someone who is a forward-thinking, driven individual with a passion for numbers and a strong desire to make a significant impact.
The role would suit someone who is a qualified accountant, or possibly QBE. All training will be provided to manage the everyday tasks the role will be responsible for.
 
Here are just a few reasons why this Financial Accountant role could be the perfect long-term destination for your career:

Impactful Contribution: Your analysis and insights will directly influence strategic business decisions, ensuring that we continue to thrive in a rapidly evolving marketplace.
Growth Potential: We are a business with a long-established track-record of growth, and with collective growth comes individual opportunities to grow your influence and career.
Collaborative Environment: Join a supportive and inclusive team that values your opinions and encourages collaboration.
Diverse Experience: We are a diverse Group, operating in multiple sectors and verticals, and you will have exposure to every aspect of our business and the ability to impact through your work in providing rapid, data-driven financial analysis to aiding in long-term budgeting and forecasting.
Positive Culture: We are proud to have built our business on core company values of integrity, transparency, and work-life balance. 
As Financial Accountant your main responsibilities will include:

Business partnering with our Leadership Team and the wider business heads to report and discuss results and conduct variance analysis against budgets and forecasts. We are a business driven by weekly results, and this shapes the rapid speed at which we operate and look to understand our results - and you will enjoy and thrive under this environment.
Ensuring the preparation of monthly management accounts are accurate and on time by managing and supporting the Accounts team to ensure all journals are posted and all balance sheet control accounts are balanced each month. Where required, you will be comfortable carrying out reconciliations yourself and be willing to ‘muck-in’ to ensure the team are well supported and able to meet all deadlines, and you will then review all balance sheet reconciliations, monthly, with the Group Head of Finance.
Partnering with transactional Finance teams to problem solve and look for efficiencies in the way our work is delivered. All our Finance teams are closely integrated with one another, and this requires a collaborative style of work amongst the Finance heads.
Providing financial support for strategic initiatives including new market opportunities (we currently operate in 26 countries, trading in 10 different currencies and across 4 different Banks, but expect this to grow), mergers, acquisitions, technology advancements and other finance projects as they arise.
Along with the other Finance heads, you will champion the use of the Group’s new finance software, Oracle Netsuite, across the business and become a ‘Superuser’, challenging the business to take advantage of the system’s full capabilities for rapid, self-service data driven analysis and live reporting in order to deliver great service to the business as well as deliver efficiencies in the way the Accounts team currently works 
Who are the NRL Group?
At the NRL Group, our people play an integral role on major projects across a range of critical sectors including renewable energy, power generation and infrastructure. We’ve provided technical engineering recruitment, workforce solutions and contracting services for over 40 years, and our success is down to the individuals in our regional branches and support office teams – working together to drive continuous improvement and innovation. We were proud to see these efforts recognised by Staffing Industry Analysts, as a top 20 Largest Global Engineering Staffing Firm.
It’s important to us that every person is given the opportunity to grow and develop their capability – and as a Living Wage Employer, we’re committed to paying a fair salary for their valued contribution. Teamed with training and support to help our colleagues flourish. Our company values of care, openness, integrity, accountability, commerciality and professionalism guide us every day – and have transformed our small family-owned business into a multi-million pound carbon neutral and industry-leading organisation.
 
What we’re looking for:

A team player who likes to work collaboratively and who wants to invest time to support the careers of your direct reports, which will initially be 4 people, with a track-record of managing a team through a growth period.
You will enjoy applying your skills in a very fast environment, with an emphasis on taking responsibility for problem-solving and delivering quality work to tight deadlines.
You will have experience of working with large volumes of weekly data and a track-record of using such data to shine light on the underlying performance of a business.
Excellent communication skills, particularly in communicating financial information to non-financial managers.
A strong preference for personal interaction with colleagues, including visiting our branch network, rather than relying purely on email and messaging.
Excellent Excel skills are required, with a particular emphasis on handling large data sets.
Previous experience of Power Query beneficial but not essential.
Previous experience in working with Microsoft Outlook, Excel and Word is essential.A wealth of benefits
Just some of the benefits you will be able to access when you join the NRL Group include:

Profit based quarterly bonus scheme
25 days holiday – with the option to purchase additional days each year
Competitive pension scheme
Health Cash Plan medical expense allowance
Personal finance coach, health checks and tailored finance advice
Hybrid working environment once training is completed to a satisfactory level (working from home and office)
Working hours flexibility
Long service awards
Benefits platform including wellbeing, cycle to work scheme, paid charity days and life assurance

The NRL Group connect global engineering companies with the right people to bring their projects to life. Supporting contracting companies with their energy transition plans and working with our clients to build a cleaner, greener future.
 
We welcome applications from every walk of life and are committed to driving diversity within the industries we support, as a certified Inclusive Recruiter and armed forces friendly employer. We’re committed to making online job searches safe, you can find out more by searching for JobsAware

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