“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela.
We are pleased to be supporting a thriving and successful, Education sector organisation in South Birmingham. Due to restructure, they have the need for an experienced Interim Financial Accountant to take a pivotal role in managing their financial resources.
In this role, your responsibilities will encompass the oversight of a range of grant-funded projects while maintaining precision in balance sheet management. You’ll will be responsible for a diverse set of tasks aimed at optimising the financial management of numerous projects whilst reporting to the Director of Finance.
Your responsibilities as the Financial Accountant will include:
To be considered for the role of Financial Accountant, you will require the following:
- Carefully monitor projects for correct revenues, profitability and cost
- Ensure organisation’s cashflow position is tracked and accurate
- Carefully examine grant funding projections and cashflow, ensuring their accurate recording in the ledger
- ACMA/ACCA/ACA/CIPFA qualified (or QBE with public or education sector experience)
- Ready to start promptly and committed to a 3–6-month assignation
- Good Excel skills able to manipulate data, Pivots and Lookups
- Track record of working in the public sector and solid understanding of Financial Accounting
- Competitive day rate of £300 - £350 per day
- Opportunity to be involved in a stimulating interim assignment and working on some key projects within the organisation
- Opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the education sector
Required to be in the office for 5 days a week, with the potential for 4 days in some cases.
If you are a dedicated and experienced Financial Accountant with a passion for the education sector, we encourage you to apply.
This role sits within IR35.
You are required to be eligible to work in the UK full time without restriction.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, if we have not responded to your application within five days, please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.