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Funding Accounts Assistant - 6 Month Contract (20861)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience in an accounts / finance function with responsibility for banks and ledgers processing.
  • Exceptional telephone and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Wide ranging experience operating and using various accounting packages and systems.
  • Commercial awareness and understanding of how finance impacts other business stakeholders.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • A multi-tasker with good time management skills.
  • Outstanding attention to detail.
  • Proficient in the use of MS Office, specifically Excel.
  • Methodical and accurate approach with numbers.

Job Description:

Our client is a UK leader within the automotive sector who are seeking a Funding Accounts Assistant to join their finance team. The company has recently moved to fantastic new offices in Stoke on Trent. They offer 25 days holiday, 5% employer pension contribution, gym subsidy, health care cover, life cover and an annual bonus.

The purpose of the role will be to provide support to the Funding & Credit Manager / Financial Controller in order to maintain and manage the Company funding sales and purchase ledgers, encompassing payments and receipts for UK entities. You will ensure funding ledgers are always reconciled, maintained and free from error and take action where issues are identified.

 

 

Duties will include:

 

  • Posting and reconciliation of funder documentation to ensure accuracy of ledgers.
  • Take ownership for the funder payments and receipts ensuring all paperwork, invoices and remittances are received and specific funder accounts on both the purchase and sales ledgers are reconciled on a daily basis.
  • Post bank transactions to both sales, purchase and general ledger.
  • Where corrections are required, work with the IT and the funders to ensure they are processed in system and ensure amendments are reflected in the following month’s financials.
  • Respond to internal and external queries.
  • To assist with funder audits.
  • Championing of funding and credit processes across all entities and ensure their continuity.
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Payroll Officer - Permanent (20856)

Candidate Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have previous experience in payroll (ideally from a manufacturing background)
  • Sound understanding of Payroll and Pension legislation is essential
  • Keen eye for detail and accuracy
  • The ability to use pivot tables and look-ups within Excel would be advantageous
  • Excellent communication skills, strong IT skills and a good level of organisation skills
  • The ability to work well in a team as well as on your own

Job Description:

Our client is looking for a Payroll Officer to join their well-established company in Stoke on Trent. You’ll be joining a manufacturing company who are leaders in their field. Offering a fantastic working environment and competitive package, this is a great opportunity for someone with solid payroll experience to join a prestigious organisation.

 

The Payroll Officer will assist in providing accurate payroll for weekly and monthly employees. Duties will include:

 

  • Processing weekly and monthly payroll using HR and Payroll software
  • Produce payslips P60, and P11d’s and distribute to employees
  • Check and process data captured from time management system to weekly paid employeed
  • Collate and process agency timesheets
  • Ensure that RTI submissions are made accurately and on time
  • Calculate and arrange timely payments of PAYE to HMRC, Pension deductions to the Pension provider and Earnings attachment deductions
  • Manipulate data within Excel to provide the Accounts department with a full analysis of payments made
  • Ensure that employees are assessed and communicated with in relation to Auto-enrolment requirements and that payrolls remain compliant with the Pensions Regulator
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Accounts Assistant - Permanent (20853)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous bookkeeping/accounts experience including credit control
  • AAT part/fully qualified, or Qualified by Experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Intermediate to advanced Excel skills
  • Can be flexible and be hands on in other departments should the need arise
  • Good at problem solving
  • Ability to hit the ground running
  • Confident and personable individual
  • Be passionate about making the role their own

Job Description:

We have a fantastic opportunity for a skilled Accounts Assistant to join our well-established client on a permanent basis. The company is based in Stoke on Trent and has grown to be a leading and award-winning provider of specialist manufacturing supplies.

 

The successful candidate will record all financial transactions, including purchases, sales, receipts and payments and will post information to accounting journals/software and reconcile accounts to ensure their accuracy. There is quite an amount of manual work involved in this role; therefore interested candidates need to be able to work with multiple manual cashbooks, spreadsheets and payment of cheques.

 

As an Accounts Assistant the role will consist of:

 

  • Purchase ledger - posting cheques to the ledger, cash book payments and cash book maintenance
  • Credit control including sending out chasing letters
  • Sending sales list to HMRC online on a monthly basis
  • Monthly processing of P32 on Opera
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Prepayments/accruals and journal postings
  • Inputting employee hours onto spreadsheet from clock cards, then sending this information on to the Accountants for payroll to be processed
  • Inputting absences on personnel files (on Opera)
  • Updating wage books for the following week
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Top Commercial Jobs

Network Engineer - Permanent (5308)

Candidate Requirement:

The role of a Network Engineer will require an understanding of Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching, Cisco core and edge switching administration and support and Cisco wireless administration and support.

 

You’ll ideally have experience with:

  • Network and service monitoring and reporting
  • Troubleshooting with root cause analysis
  • Documentation, reporting and communication skills

 

The Network Engineer needs to be CCNA Qualified and will demonstrate knowledge of Nexus, Cisco ISE, firewalls, security systems and VOIP telephone or associated hardware.

 

This role would suit people who also have the following experience: Network Manager, IT Manager, ICT Technician, Networking Technician, IT Infrastructure Engineer.

 

You would find the role commutable from Stafford, Stone, Uttoxeter, Newcastle, Stoke, Telford or Cannock.

 

Job Description:

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Network Engineer to provide 1st, 2nd and 3rd line support with operational services for a cisco-based LAN and wireless network at a central location in Stafford. You’ll join a forward thinking and dynamic service provider, working in one of their busiest locations.

 

Due to recent expansion, a local Staffordshire client of this company requires a Network Engineer to provide 1st and 2nd line support as well as operational services for predominately Cisco based networking technologies.


Supported by a central Service Desk, the Network Engineer will be responsible for day to day operational activities across LAN and Wireless technologies as well as occasional 1st line assistance with other technologies such as ASA firewalls and VOIP telephony systems.

 

  • Day to day operational activities across core, edge & wireless Cisco technologies
  • 1st and 2nd line support of relevant network related technologies
  • Root cause analysis, investigations and performance monitoring
  • Ensure services are delivered to quality controls and SLA’s
  • Ensure security and controls are adhered to and effective for the protection of customers
  • Keep up to date on relevant technologies and accreditations in line with an agreed training plan
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Production Planning Assistant - Permanent (5276)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Advanced/expert in excel – must be able to do advances formulas and V & H Look ups etc
  • Ability to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment
  • Able to deal with time pressured deadlines and “think on your feet”
  • Organisation and efficiency
  • IT and numeracy skills
  • Communication skills
  • Teamworking skills
  • Previous experience in Production Planning highly advantageous

Job Description:

Our client is a manufacturing company working throughout the UK. Due to expansion they are recruiting for this new role.

 

  • Co-ordinate production workflow for multiple products
  • Assist in the scheduling of sales orders into the production schedules as they arrive in from customers
  • Plan and prioritise operations so that the goods are ready in time for outbound loading
  • Determine and ensure on time arrival of raw materials, tooling and other related consumables to cover production demand
  • Assign production staff to particular machinery operations depending on demand
  • Carry out constant monitoring of production to minimise delays, addressing any issues that arise and with experience be able to predict and resolve an issue before it becomes a problem
  • Collaborating with other internal teams in order to ensure a smooth production process from planning to delivery of finished goods into stock
  • Communicating with key suppliers to ensure on time delivery of material to meet production requirement
  • Prepare and submit status and performance reports
  • Keep paperwork (virtual and actual) organised
  • Assist in the planning, implementation and monitoring of preventative maintenance schedules, spares and breakdowns
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Architectural Technologist – Permanent (5216)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Prior Architectural Technologist / Architectural Technician / CAD Design experience
  • Degree qualification in Architecture or Architectural Technology
  • Experience in Revit is preferred but not essential
  • The ability to show initiative, communicate and share ideas

Job Description:

This innovative Architectural Technology practice have an opportunity for an experienced Architectural Technologist / Architectural Technician / CAD Technician / CAD Designer to join their team. You will have the opportunity to work with a range of clients across the practice including commercial and residential as well as some of the leading brands in entertainment, hospitality and events.

 

This is a growing Architectural Technology practice and the role of Architectural Technologist / Architectural Technician will provide an exciting opportunity to join growing team with the expectation that the successful candidate will be taking an active role in progressing the practice to a new phase in both its and your development.

 

The practice provides a relaxed and friendly environment with flexible working hours, a good holiday entitlement and an enhanced pension package.

 

As an Architectural Technologist / Architectural Technician you will:

 

 

  • Take a lead role in a variety of projects across a wide range of clients
  • Be a fully proficient “job runner” able to take projects from conception to completion
  • Work closely with your clients including site visits throughout the project lifecycle to advise and consult
  • Have a knowledge of a variety of different construction types and technologies
  • Be working as part of a small, dynamic and friendly team
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Service Engineer - Permanent (5275)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience working as a Service Engineer, mechanical bias with an appreciation of electrical
  • Qualified with an HNC/HND/City & Guilds or a similar qualification
  • Experience working within Pharmaceutical, Food, Nuclear or Chemical industries
  • Knowledge of CDM Regulations
  • A knowledge of hydraulics, pneumatics would be ideal
  • Ability to read drawings
  • Ideally FLT licence
  • Must hold a clean driving license
  • Exceptional communication
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Excellent client skills

Job Description:

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Service Engineer to work for a well-established specialist manufacturing business. As the Service Engineer you will have a mechanical bias having an appreciation of electrical. The role will involve travelling to sites to maintain, install, repair and replace a range of process systems for clients within the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and nuclear industries. This role comes with a company van, tools/equipment, excellent opportunity for overtime, company mobile, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.

 

  • As a Service Engineer you will be travelling to customer sites to assist with commissioning of process systems
  • You will also be involved with training customers, onsite personnel
  • You will also site supervise multiple people either contractors, sub-contractors’ suppliers etc ensuring
  • Health & Safety, quality, environmental and CDM regulations are adhered to
  • As a Service Engineer you will be responsible for fault finding and diagnostics, maintain and repair systems
  • You will be reading technical drawings and PNID’s (process & instrumentation)
  • As a Service Engineer you will be involved in planned maintenance therefore could be on customer sites for a week during their shutdown period
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Location Stafford , Staffordshire

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Established in 2006 and based in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire; 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.

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