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Accounts Junior / Semi Senior - Permanent (20540)

Candidate Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have at least 2 year’s experience in Practice environment and be studying a formal accounting discipline (AAT / ACA / ACCA preferred)
  • High level of attention to detail and a high standard of organisation
  • Be able to build strong working relationships with clients
  • Team player
  • Ability to manage demanding workloads and meet deadlines consistently and effectively
  • Well organised, enthusiastic and a self-motivated team player
  • An excellent communicator with a flair for dealing with various types and quality of accounting records
  • Confident, outgoing and able to adapt to work with a wide range of businesses

Job Description:

Our client is recruiting for an Accounts Junior / Accounts Semi-Senior to join the Accounts team, to support the Seniors and Managers. You will be working for a well-known Accountancy firm based in the Cheshire location.

 

Our client is a progressive and dynamic firm and due to recent growth, we have this fantastic opportunity. They are offering study support for the right candidate, excellent place to work with progression available for those that seek it.

 

This is a great opportunity to take a step up in your career within practice. With a client base that’s growing, infrastructure is in place to offer real progression opportunity and hone skills in a professional yet fun working environment.

 

  • Accounts preparation for a portfolio of clients
  • Bookkeeping and assistance with Management Accounts
  • Preparation of Financial statements for small businesses
  • Liaison with client managers
  • VAT returns
  • Corporation and personal tax assistance
  • Other ad-hoc duties as required

 

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Location Crewe, Cheshire
Accounts Assistant - Permanent (20547)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience in a similar role
  • Good knowledge of Sales Ledger, Purchase Ledger and Credit Control
  • Strong administrative skills with high levels of accuracy
  • Good attention to detail
  • Confident and be able to liaise with individuals over the telephone
  • Demonstrate a professional attitude when dealing with customers and suppliers
  • Be happy to work in a smaller business where it will occasionally be required that you perform roles outside of your specific areas

Job Description:

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an Accounts Assistant to join our highly prestigious client. Based in the heart of Cheshire, they are a growing distribution company operating with a wide variety of clients both local and international. With brand new offices from January 2018, a flexible working environment and an opportunity to join an organisation who are rapidly growing. They are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and hardworking to join their business.

 

As the Accounts Assistant, you will be responsible for the following duties:-

  • Office Administration – opening the post, answering the telephone and banking
  • Sales Ledger – send out invoices by post and email, send out customer statements, credit control and allocating payments received either into bank or by credit card
  • Purchase Ledger – matching invoices off to purchase orders, reconcile supplier statements, process credits for returns/investigate discrepancies and proposing supplier payments each month
  • This role will also support the other departments in the office, such as sales and marketing and the work in these areas will be varied. But likely to include – researching marketing material, analysis of sales figures and produce performance and maintenance & development of customer database
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Location Sandbach, Cheshire
Accounts & Audit Senior - Permanent (20539)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Qualified or nearly qualified ACA or ACCA
  • Strong financial reporting knowledge essential
  • Practice experience essential
  • Be conversant with all current appropriate auditing and accounting practice
  • Have a good understanding of relevant Microsoft Office software e.g. Outlook, Word and Excel and any other packages relevant to the role
  • Ability to communicate at all levels
  • Ability to manage demanding workloads and meet deadlines consistently and effectively

Job Description:

Our client is based in the heart of Stoke on Trent and requires an Accounts and Audit Senior to join their team. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality business advice and aim to draw on the experience and expertise of a variety of specialist strategic partners providing bespoke business and tax solutions.

 

The company offers a full study package, flexible working, perk box, death in service (3 x salary), pension, car parking, child vouchers, a suggestion box with the chance to win prizes, and lots of socialising including 2/3 events per year.

 

As an Accounts and Audit Senior you will be responsible for planning, delegating, reviewing and completing audit and accountancy work for manager review, as well as supervising staff on assignments. This role is a 50:50 audit/accounts position.

 

Duties for the Accounts and Audit Senior will include:

 

  • Experience of leading an audit assignment from planning through to approval of the statutory accounts by the Board
  • Ability to prepare consolidated statutory accounts preferred
  • Supervision and mentoring of trainees and audit teams
  • Corporation tax compliance work and ad hoc tax planning advice
  • Cash-flow forecasting
  • To audit a broad range of companies in varying industries from small owner managed companies to large multinational groups
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Commercial Finance Analyst - Permanent (20494)

Candidate Requirements:

  • ACCA / CIMA part qualified or an accountancy related degree
  • Experience working in an analytical role within finance
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills
  • Self-motivated and able to organise own work with minimum supervision
  • Someone who is looking to progress to the next stage of their career
  • Able to cope effectively in demanding circumstances
  • Demonstrates persistence and commitment to completing tasks and objectives
  • Pays attention to detail and produces a high quality of work

Job Description:

We have an exciting opportunity for a Commercial Finance Analyst to join our prestigious client’s senior finance team. This is a chance to join a dynamic and growing organisation in the Crewe area, with a fantastic company ethos along with a fun and friendly atmosphere. The role is available due to internal promotion.

 

The company offers a fantastic working environment, pension scheme, staff canteen, 21 days holiday plus Bank Holidays, free on- site parking and a biannual bonus.

 

The role of the Commercial Finance Analyst will be to provide assistance & support to the senior finance team with general analysis and preparation of monthly reports.

 

Duties for the Commercial Finance Analyst will be as follows:

 

  • Assist with the completion of the monthly group board reports to tight deadlines
  • Review of monthly management accounts and provide supporting analysis by department
  • Monthly budget variance analysis & investigation including KPI’s, Profit & Loss,
  • Balance Sheet and Cash Flow
  • Budget preparation and cash-flow forecasting for the group
  • Assist with acquisition due diligence and modelling
  • Assist with the completion and development of accounts reporting system, pricing models and profitability analysis
  • Ad hoc projects to assist and provide cover across group commercial finance
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Location Crewe, Cheshire
Sales Ledger Assistant - Permanent (20553)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous Sales Ledger experience
  • Someone who enjoys being busy working in a thriving department
  • IT skills particularly MS Word and Excel
  • GCSE (or equivalent) grade C or above in English and Maths
  • Strong communication skills – verbal and written
  • Someone who can work using their own initiative but who can also work within a team

Job Description:

Our longstanding client is a leading business within the health & wellbeing industry and they have a new opportunity for a Sales Ledger Clerk to join their team. The business is a stable, professional and forward thinking business that has recently grown, with plans to continue to do so in the future. Working in a friendly team there is excellent training, the opportunity to learn and enhance your skills within a sound environment – the department is busy and they are seeking someone who enjoys having a busy workload.

 

As a company they focus on promoting a work–life balance and offer the following benefits:- flexible working, pension scheme, £200 cash per year to spend on leisure/personal development activity of your choice, health care plan and onsite parking.

 

  • Ensure KPI’s are achieved in relation to own ledger accounts
  • Action incoming sales ledger emails
  • Liaise closely with the team to ensure accurate production of invoices
  • Match listings with BACS and cheque payments
  • Process refund and collect arrears
  • Credit control of own ledgers
  • Process card payments
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Location Crewe, Cheshire

Top Commercial Jobs

Purchasing Administrator - Permanent (4637)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience within purchasing would be advantageous
  • Previous administration experience is essential
  • Strong Excel skills would be an advantage
  • Proactive
  • Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to prioritise a busy workload to meet deadlines is a must
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills are essential
  • Strong customer service skills

Job Description:

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Purchasing Administrator to work for a leading group of companies within there specialist field. As the Purchasing Administrator you will be joining an existing friendly and vibrant team responsible for a range of purchasing and administrative duties to the senior management team. In return our client offers a warm and friendly environment 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, pension, private healthcare and salary extras benefits such as childcare vouchers.

  • As the Purchasing Administrator you will be responsible for liaising with suppliers and manufacturers to resolve procurement related issues.
  • Responsible to source and purchase products from both approved and nominated suppliers
  • As the Purchasing Administrator you will evaluate supplier’s quotation to ensure that they are in line the customer’s specifications and agreed pricing.
  • Assist in regular performance reviews for suppliers.
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Social Media Specialist - Permanent (4631)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Relevant marketing degree
  • Previous responsibility for managing and developing a brand social media account
  • Content creation and a flair for engaging content and ideas
  • Strong expertise of how a social media channel should work within brand marketing
  • Excellent communication skills at all levels

Job Description:

Our well-established client has an exciting position as Social Media Specialist to join its existing marketing team. This is an exciting opportunity to work for a global brand specialising in luxury products.

 

The Social Media Specialist will be responsible for all the content planning and performance within social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter as well as many other platforms. You will be helping to drive the brand and subsequent growth of it by engaging and targeting the relevant customers in a highly customer focused approach.

 

Main duties for the Social Media Specialist role will involve:

 

  • Developing, executing and communicating content calendars for each brand and social media channel
  • Collaborating with the content creation team to ensure content requirements are planned well in advance
  • Collaborating with marketing and digital teams to align social media priorities with brand marketing
  • Reporting on KPI’s and social media performance

 

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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
C# Developer - Permanent (4629)

Candidate Requirements:

Essential

  • Designing and creating .NET, MVC, and ASP.NET applications in Visual C#
  • Designing and creating WebAPI and RESTful web services
  • Familiar with MS SQL development and administration

 

Desirable

  • Familiar with HTML5, CSS3, JS front-end applications
  • Knowledge of VB.Net
  • TFS version control
  • Knowledge of application attack surfaces and security hardening
  • Writing unit and integration tests
  • Knowledge of Visual FoxPro and Visual FoxPro Tables

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity for a C# Developer to work for a leading software specialist. This role is ideal for an ambitious C# Developer who wants to grow with a business and who will help innovate, enhance, design, and build new products. The role is to join an existing team and be involved in a mixture of project work and business as usual tasks. In return my client offers a relaxed friendly environment, opportunities to progress, company pension and 20 days holiday plus bank holidays.

 

This role is commutable from Stoke on Trent, Stone, Crewe, Stafford, Leek, Nantwich, Sandbach and Uttoxeter.

 

  • As the C# Developer you will be involved with business as usual tasks such as bug fixes and enhancements
  • Working on support tickets along with this using initiative to spot any discrepancies and creating tasks
  • As the C# Developer you will be involved with projects that will enhance current systems as well as working on new innovative products
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire

Brampton Recruitment

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We assist a wide range of companies, both large and small across a variety of sectors and are dedicated to providing a professional, honest and high quality service to both employers and job seekers. Our teams of friendly, experienced and professional consultants are well equipped to help you find the right job or to find the right new member of staff.

We have won awards from the Chamber of Commerce for our Excellence in Customer Service and strive to offer a service  that cannot be matched by others.

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Established in 2006 with two branches; Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire and Knutsford, Cheshire, we service the Staffordshire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester Regions. Working with both Employers who are looking to recruit for Commercial and Accounts & Finance roles in Temporary, Contract and Permanent positions and also Job Seekers who are looking to secure that next role.

We are members of East Cheshire Chamber of Commerce and Staffordshire Chambers and actively take part in the community with both Business and Community activities, go to our Blog pages to view how we get involved.

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    We are proud of our community relations and we are keen to maintain our status as an active organisation within the area. We are a responsible employer and support local charities, assisting them in achieving their goals with our support.

    We support the policy and contribute by:

    • Understanding our local community and offer flexibility to the community in how we actively participate
    • Build partnerships within the area which develop our reputation as an active contributor to the community
    • Supporting local Schools, Colleges and Universities, offering assistance for pupils in planning for their future career: we offer CV assistance, Interview techniques, ‘softer’ skills training such as body language etc
    • By encouraging our team members to become active participants within the community for our chosen charities, such as; fundraising, attending events, raising awareness within our network of businesses/individuals and providing time to them for help wherever they require it to add value (previous activities have included gardening, painting and helping on summer fayres/Christmas fetes etc.

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