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Top Accountancy & Finance Jobs

Part time Accounts Assistant - Permanent (20781)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous office experience including accounts responsibilities
  • A high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
  • The ability to work in a largely paper-based office environment
  • The desire to work in a small team

Job Description:

Our client is a specialist supplier to the construction industry who are well-established and incredibly successful at what they do. They have a fantastic opportunity for an Accounts Assistant to join their small, friendly team on a permanent part time basis.

 

The part time Accounts Assistant will cover a variety of office duties including:

 

  • Cashing up
  • Balancing daily till sales
  • Processing purchase ledger invoices and matching to purchase orders
  • Allocating payments received on customer accounts
  • Microsoft Excel work / balancing
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Purchase Ledger Supervisor - Permanent (20780)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Excellent knowledge of purchase ledger
  • Organised and able to prioritise own workload to meet deadlines
  • Previous experience in a similar role
  • Advanced in IT, numeracy and Microsoft excel
  • Excellent sense of accuracy and attention to detail

Job Description:

Our client is a leading legal firm, they have an excellent reputation and are a stable employer, offering great working conditions and company benefits. Our client is seeking a Purchase Ledger Supervisor to manage a team of 2. This is an exciting role reporting to the Finance Director.

 

  • As Purchase Ledger Supervisor of a large professional business you will supervise all aspects of purchase ledger and expenses ledger processing
  • Ensure that purchase invoices and staff expense claims are processed and paid on a timely and accurate basis
  • Be comfortable with taking ownership whilst working to tight deadlines
  • Use own initiative to suggest and implement process improvements where appropriate
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Credit Controller - Permanent (20772)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Ability to communicate via telephone in an enthusiastic but professional manner
  • Intermediate/advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office programmes, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Ability to build effective relationships (internally/externally), establishing credibility amongst an extensive client group
  • Ability to interpret and manipulate data clearly and accurately with the ability to extract and identify key issues.
  • Confidence in speaking to other parties via telephone
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines within a team environment, with good organisational, communication and presentation skills
  • Good numerical skills, with the ability to work accurately and showing attention to detail
  • Strong reporting capabilities
  • Self-motivated

Job Description:

The client is a nationwide solution provider within financial services who have seen significant growth over the last few years. They are now looking for a Credit Controller to join their team. The company provides excellent training and development and pride themselves on promotion from within. They offer an extensive benefits list such as bonuses, employee awards, opportunity to receive industry recognised qualifications, excellent holiday packages, pension scheme and company sick pay.  

 

 

The Credit Controller is responsible for chasing outstanding invoices and collections of premiums. This is a vital role in the cash-flow of the organisation.

 

 

Duties will include:  

 

 

  • Preparing, validating and rendering broker statements to ensure they are accurate and current, for use in chasing debt
  • Maintain broker and client feedback onto client systems in a timely and efficient manner
  • Liaise extensively with external parties to ensure prompt payment
  • Establish good work relationships with brokers
  • Monitoring and chasing to ensure prompt settlement of premium by telephone, email and meeting
  • Escalate all issues relating to processing and payment performance to management to ensure these are incorporated in relevant client reports
  • To ensure that all client queries/requests are appropriately logged
  • To provide progress and status reports to management and/or client management as required
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Top Commercial Jobs

QHSE Manager – Permanent (5116)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience within a stand-alone QSHE role is essential
  • Knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental legislation is essential
  • Proven experience in Managing and implementing quality systems, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001
  • Must be NEBOSH qualified
  • Exceptional communication both verbal and written communication
  • Previous experience working within Engineering or Manufacturing is essential
  • Strong work ethic

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a QHSE Manager within an established SME company. The successful candidate will build on the existing Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental frameworks in the business and further develop and implement a Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental culture across the business. The role of the QSHE Manager is a stand-alone position taking a hands-on approach to quality, health, safety and environmental challenges. As the QSHE Manager you will take them through the transition into 14001 and 18001.

 

My client offers a warm and friendly environment, in a hands-on and varied role, with a competitive salary, 24 days holiday plus bank holidays and auto enrolment pension.

 

  • As the QHSE Manager you will develop the QHSE culture within the business and provide a pro-active approach to address key challenges and areas for improvement.
  • Take a hands-on approach to QHSE to support the business in its day to day activities.
  • As the QHSE Manager you will monitor emerging, new and revised legislation to assess its impact on the business and develop implementation plans.
  • Develop the QHSE policies, procedures to progress the ISO 9001 to the ISO 14001 standard.
  • As the QHSE Manager you will complete tenders for industrial accreditations, carry out Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental audits and host external audits.
  • Monitor and inspect QHSE across the business and produce improvement action plans and reports.
  • Chair the QHSE committee and communicate and consult with all levels of management and staff.
  • As the QHSE Manager you will play a vital role in producing Risk Assessments and prepare Method Statements to support various projects by producing relevant documentation.
  • Responsible for Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental reporting, recording of NCRs and undertaking accident, incident and near-miss investigations.
  • Building on from our existing ISO 9001 accreditation, we wish to achieve ISO 14001, therefore the successful candidate will have experience of this progression and be able to identify and implement key areas for improvement to take the company to the next level.
  • You will be based at Head Office, with visits to client sites as necessary.
  • With a focus on risk prevention, you will be ensuring that appropriate policies, procedures and action plans are in place and implemented and provide guidance and support in Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental matters to management and operational teams.
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Regulatory Officer - Permanent (5108)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous regulatory and/or quality experience within a regulated industry, preferably medical (minimum 5 years)
  • Ability to plan and work to time phased projects
  • Task focused and able to work within a team
  • Organised and structured approach
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent record keeping and documentation maintenance
  • Educated to degree level or relevant experience
  • Customer focused
  • Well presented
  • Good communication skills and telephone manner
  • Computer literate with MS Office
  • Willing to learn new skills

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a successful global company as Regulatory Officer. This company is a very successful business the culture of the business is very forward thinking and professional – there are excellent opportunities within this growing business. Our client offers a 35-hour week, pension and onsite parking. The role is commutable from Stoke on Trent, Newcastle under Lyme, Crewe, Derby, Uttoxeter, Stafford, Nantwich, Eccleshall.

 

  • As a Regulatory Officer you will implement procedures to ensure compliance to relevant medical device regulations, including, but not limited to, the following territories: Australasia, Americas, APAC, EMEA
  • Assess the impact of product design changes for regulatory compliance and the implications for maintaining product registration
  • As a Regulatory Officer you will assess impact to product and processes through gap analysis due to changes in consensus standards and industry guidance
  • Liaise with relevant regulatory bodies as required on matters relating to regulatory compliance
  • As a Regulatory Officer you will promote awareness to staff on meeting customer, regulatory requirements
  • Resource for quality audits
  • Provide general support for activities falling under the remit of the Compliance Director
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Window Surveyor – Permanent (5087)

Candidate Requirements:

The role of the Window Surveyor will require a qualified individual, either through qualifications or an MTC skills card. Previous knowledge of measuring windows, doors, orangeries and conservatories will also be needed.

 

  • The Surveyor needs to have a knowledge of the planning regulations for the building works at the rear of properties
  • Knowledge of the standard building regulations for conservatories and orangeries
  • To be able to work out the building materials
  • Must have the MTC skills card or an equivalent qualification
  • Previous experience as a Surveyor or Window Surveyor

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Window Surveyor to join a long-standing company as they expand their services and products. Our client prides themselves on their bespoke, customer-focused approach throughout the entire process and are looking for a like-minded individual to join their team. The Surveyor will be rewarded with a competitive salary, flexibility on working hours and a competitive yet achievable monthly bonus.

 

The Window Surveyor will provide excellent customer service within their role, visiting homes and measuring accurate figures for windows, doors, orangeries and conservatories.

 

  • The Surveyor will complete paperwork organised and ensure all documents and measurements are completed on time
  • Be accurate with measurements to ensure products are correct first time
  • Work towards targets and project deadlines with paperwork
  • The Window Surveyor will converse with our client’s customers on a professional level
  • Complete all paperwork to a high standard
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Location Stafford , Staffordshire
Senior Transport Planner - Permanent (5140)

Candidate Requirements:

  • CPC Qualification desirable
  • Previous experience within a Transport environment
  • Proven record of working to deadlines and timescales
  • Strong organisational skills
  • Hands on approach to get the job done
  • Excellent communication skills to liaise with drivers, customers and colleagues
  • Confident in ability with IT skills

Job Description:

Our longstanding Transport Client is seeking a Senior Transport Planner to join their team. They require an enthusiastic individual who holds their CPC to manage the transport operation.

 

  • Planning and routing the fleet of vehicles and the drivers
  • Dealing with customer enquiries and bookings
  • Management of the drivers
  • Liaising with warehouse staff for planning of loadings etc
  • Using the bespoke IT systems to ensure efficiency within the process
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Production Supervisor/Injection Moulder – Permanent (4995)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Good knowledge and hands on experience of operating injection moulding machines
  • Knowledge and experience of tool changing and setting injection moulding machines
  • Previous experience working in a production environment at a higher level
  • A methodical and organised approach to work
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills; both written and verbal
  • A motivational and enthusiastic nature when working both in a team and alone
  • Experience in a role sympathetic to the requirements of a dynamic schedule
  • Excellent record keeping abilities with an attention to detail
  • The willingness to learn new skills and quickly learn new working practices
  • A full, clean driving licence would be preferable

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Production Supervisor to join a global company in supporting with their continued and growing success. You will be joining a forward-thinking company in the heart of their production; supervising members of the Production Team in the manufacture and packaging of specialist products for supply to domestic and global markets.

 

Your role as Production Supervisor will see you monitoring compliance with regulatory requirements in addition to the guidance and direction of the Production Team.

 

  • The supervision of Production Staff
  • Setting and operation of production machinery and equipment
  • Ensure compliance to regulatory requirements
  • Maintain accurate production and packaging quality records
  • Adhere to environmental, hygiene, compliance and health and safety standards
  • Assist with the management of production staff training
  • Ensure accurate production and Packaging records are maintained
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, 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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    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.

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    • 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
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