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Finance Manager - Permanent (20951)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Are a qualified Accountant (ACCA or CIMA)
  • Are a vibrant personality with the confidence to bring new ideas to the table
  • Have experience in leading or involvement in a transformation project
  • Ideally have Sage experience

Job Description:

Our client has an incredibly exciting opportunity for an ambitious and dynamic individual to join their senior team in a newly created role. The company is based in Stoke on Trent and is looking for a confident Finance Manager to lead their accounts function as well as to drive and lead a major period of exciting advancement and innovation for the department.

 

This role is a fantastic prospect for a candidate who is willing and able to take control of the company’s accounts department, and to be the driving force behind major changes that will take the company forward and really add value. Duties will include:

 

  • Overseeing the full automation of the accounts department including sourcing a new system that will drive the department forward in efficiency and effectiveness
  • You will manage the entire transformation project to full automation from start to finish
  • Setting up BI reporting for the company – including implementing a new system such as Tableau to facilitate this
  • Responsibility for the accounts department including supervising, managing and supporting the team
  • Producing management accounts
  • Overseeing year end and audits
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Accounts Assistant - Permanent (20950)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience in an Accounts Assistant/Purchase and Sales Ledger role
  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills
  • Positive and enthusiastic nature
  • Team player with the ability to also work on own initiative
  • Good organisational and administrative skills

Job Description:

Our client is a long-established leader in their field, working within a niche sector. Based near Newcastle under Lyme, they are looking for an experienced, dynamic and motivated Accounts Assistant to join their team. You’ll be joining a fantastic, modern working environment in a friendly team.

 

You’ll be responsible for supporting all aspects of the purchase and sales ledger for the company. Duties will include:

 

  • Processing purchase invoices and credit notes
  • Making payments to suppliers
  • Producing and processing sales invoices and credit notes
  • Liaise with other departments, customers and suppliers regarding any queries that arise in an efficient, polite and professional manner
  • Raising copy Invoices, Statements and Credit Notes as required / requested
  • Processing of card payments, posting payments and allocations
  • Supporting month end and year end close processes to ensure that the deadlines are met
  • Act efficiently and timely on external and internal correspondence
  • Responsible for all filing, scanning and archiving of the relevant paperwork
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Accounts Assistant - Permanent (20949)

Candidate Requirements:

  • You must have a good amount of experience in a similar Accounts Assistant role with a full AAT qualification or equivalent
  • Excellent IT and communication skills
  • You must be able to demonstrate excellent Excel skills, with specific knowledge of vlookups and pivot tables

Job Description:

Our client is a fantastic organisation based in Stoke on Trent. They are looking for an Accounts Assistant to join their team. The company offers a supportive and friendly working environment and a real focus on the well-being of their employees.

 

The Accounts Assistant is responsible for supporting the Assistant Management Accountant to produce management reports. You will ensure the timely production of accurate monthly journals and accruals and prepayments.

 

Key responsibilities for the Accounts Assistant role:

 

  • Preparation and distribution of the monthly departmental cost reporting
  • Posting and reconciling of cash paid/received and liaising with departments to check this process is completed correctly
  • Preparation of monthly Cashbook reconciliations
  • Assistance with the preparation of the weekly Business Indicators reporting, and sales reports
  • Preparation of manual revenue adjustments e.g., cash discounts
  • Assistance with the preparation of monthly control accounts
  • Ensure purchase invoices are coded in a timely manner
  • Processing and posting of the weekly wages reports
  • Assist the AR team weekly with invoicing, credits and cash allocation
  • Royalty reporting
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Payroll Officer - Permanent (20948)

Candidate Requirements:

  • The ideal candidate will have previous experience in payroll
  • 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 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 employees
  • 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 of 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
German Speaking Credit Controller - Permanent (20947)

Job Description:

  • Previous credit control experience preferable
  • Good written and verbal communication skills in English and German (preferably other European languages skills as well although this is not essential)
  • Good organisational and administration skills
  • Attention to detail
  • The ability to work under pressure

Candidate Requirements:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a German Speaking Credit Controller to work for a dynamic, progressive and vibrant organisation based in Stafford who are a leading worldwide supplier. You’ll be joining a growing business that is passionate about their people and encourages and supports personal development.

 

Working in our client’s busy Accounts Department, duties for the German Speaking Credit Controller will include:

 

  • Contacting customers by telephone and email to ensure timely receipt of payment.
  • Processing and generating reminder letters and monthly statements.
  • Liaising with sales ledger/accounts receivable to resolve outstanding queries.
  • Investigating and resolving queries relating to non-payment of invoices.
  • Maintaining accurate and up to date client details and account records.
  • Handling queries and resolving problems within company guidelines and policy.
  • Monitoring and maintaining the debt spreadsheet to ensure debts are collected when falling due.
  • To ensure all overdue accounts are passed to solicitors at the appropriate time
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Location Stafford , Staffordshire
Sales Ledger Clerk - Permanent (20942)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Previous experience in sales ledger administration is essential with credit control experience preferred
  • Competence in Excel up to VLookup and pivot tables is essential
  • Strong administrative skills with high levels of accuracy
  • Good attention to detail
  • Confident and able to liaise with individuals over the telephone

Job Description:

We have a fantastic opportunity to work with our prestigious client within their finance department. They are seeking a Sales Ledger Clerk to join their growing finance department.

 

Working in an established team, the Sales Ledger Clerk position will involve:

 

  • General maintenance of the sales ledger to minimise aged amounts owed to the company
  • Posting and allocating daily cash receipts on to their system
  • Processing credit notes for returns
  • Making orders live including checking available balance/overdue moneys
  • Producing turnover reports for customers who claim rebates
  • Processing credit notes for rebates once authorised
  • Liaise with customers to claim back moneys owed (unauthorised debits)
  • Dispute resolution for invoice/debit note queries
  • Liaising with sales staff to minimise price related debit notes
  • Producing weekly debit note report
  • Weekly statements for larger customers
  • Raising consolidated invoices where applicable
  • Checking for missing invoices etc.
  • Weekly reconciliation of self-bill customers
  • Dealing with customer queries regarding copy invoices and credits
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Location Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Top Commercial Jobs

Director of Care - Permanent (5409)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Experience in health care or similar patient centred service
  • Senior Management experience within a clinical setting
  • Educated to a higher degree level
  • A relevant professional clinical qualification and registration desirable
  • Leadership experience
  • Knowledge of setting and monitoring clinical standards
  • An understanding of relevant legislation including the principles of The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 and the Care Quality Commission (Registration requirements) Regulations 2009 and The Care Act 2014
  • Understanding of the work of the Care Quality Commission
  • A fit person to act as the Registered Manager

Job Description:

Our client is a specialist organisation who offer a range of services to the people of mid Staffordshire and have been in operation since 1989. With a friendly and up to date working environment, the organisation firmly believes in their company values and strongly believes in the importance of employee engagement.

 

This is an Executive Level appointment, and the post-holder will be a member of the Executive Team. As the Director of Care, you will be the Senior Executive with overall responsibility for the delivery of a high quality, patient-centred, holistic service to patients, carers and their families in all the forms this may take.

 

The Director of Care will be responsible for managing the development and provision of all clinical care services delivered through the organisation, whether directly, or in partnership with others. You will oversee the management of housekeeping, laundry and catering. You will also be responsible for all aspects of the nursing and care resources and for directly employed therapy services. Duties will include:

 

  • As Director of Care, you will be responsible for overseeing the care received by patients and their families.
  • Managing and leading the care services including developing strategic and operational plans, providing advice and leadership to the Executive Board of Trustees and taking responsibility for the financial management of all services.
  • Working with the Head of Human Resources and Chief Executive, the Director of Care will be responsible for managing all aspects of Personnel Management including taking responsibility for the professional development of the clinical and care teams within the organisation.
  • As the Director of Care, you will act as the Registered Manager under the terms of The Health and Social Care Act 2012 and associated Regulations.
  • Ensure the organisation’s care services are fully compliant to a CQC “good” rating and compliant with all current legislation.
  • Develop and maintain a system to ensure all clinical policies and standard operating procedures are fit for purpose and maintain compliance with relevant legislation as it changes.
  • Develop and monitor standards of patient care throughout the organisation.
  • Manage (or oversee the management of) all care budgets.
  • The Director of Care will provide a key link between the Executive Team and the Clinical Committee, including managing the agenda and papers.
  • Oversee the role of the organisation in developing education and training for professionals and carers within Mid-Staffordshire.
  • As Director of Care, you will ensure that staff are suitably qualified and that their skills are kept up to date and developed to provide high quality care.
  • Provide written and verbal reports to Trustees to assist them in making decisions.
  • Act as the Caldicott Guardian to ensure the confidentiality and appropriate use of patient information.
  • Oversee the provision of effective administrative support across the organisation.
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Location Stafford , Staffordshire
Risk and Compliance Manager - Permanent (5408)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Experience of managing compliance in a financial industry
  • Have at least 12 months experience in a similar level role and/or proven experience as a Compliance Manager
  • BSc/BA in Law, Finance, Business Administration, or related field
  • Certified compliance professional desirable
  • In depth knowledge of industry or similar industry standards and regulations
  • Enforcement experience and relevant system experience desirable but not required

Job Description:

Our client is a successful family business that has an opportunity for a Risk and Compliance Manager to join their team. As an FCA regulated company, the individual will be responsible for coordinating the creation, review and implementation of policies and procedures established by the relevant regulators, as well as applying and interpreting audit and compliance requirements for various departments.

 

As the Risk and Compliance Manager you will be interacting with external auditors on matters related to audits of the organisation's internal controls, and assess potential fraud activity, plus develop fraud detection tools. They will also lead and develop the company’s complaints process.

 

The Risk & Compliance Manager will have a solid background in statistical, analytical, and organisational skills.

 

Overall Responsibilities:

 

  • Conducting internal reviews and audits, including auditing Body Worn Video camera footage, and regularly liaising with Head of Enforcement
  • Conducting compliance risk assessment training workshops
  • Conducting environmental audits to ensure the Company meets its environmental requirements
  • Advising internal management on the implementation of compliance programs
  • Developing risk assessment strategies
  • Following up on compliance issues that require investigation
  • Evaluating compliance systems and ensuring adequate software is in place, and assisting with developing current systems if appropriate
  • Creating monthly, quarterly, and yearly compliance reports to feed into the Management Board
  • Ensuring that all employees are thoroughly updated and adhering to the organisation’s policies, regulations, and processes
  • Liaising with the HR Manager regularly and developing new policies and practices when required
  • Managing Compliance Assistant/Quality Assurance Coordinator upon successful recruitment of that role
  • Ensuring that all accreditations and standards such as ISO/CHAS/PCI are maintained, and any additional accreditations are obtained
  • Working with the relevant Team Leads, respond to complaints when passed over from the Administration Team - handing Stage 1 of the process
  • Monitoring and reviewing call recordings in order to gather facts around complaints
  • Handling any Subject Access Requests (SARs) and liaising with relevant team members for information or using the Debt Recovery system to obtain data
  • Reviewing the Complaints Procedure to identify any areas to improve or change
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Location Stone, Staffordshire
Case Administrator - Temporary (13149)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Strong communicator – both spoken and in written form
  • Excellent Microsoft skills – including Excel
  • Ability to work to strict deadlines and targets
  • Experience of managing substantial and diverse workloads
  • A qualification or degree in either criminology, law, policing, or something similar
  • Knowledge of TSJ and BCM

 

All successful candidates must be prepared to undertake a Credit Check and Enhanced DBS check before a start date is confirmed.

Job Description:

Our client is actively seeking a Case Administrator to join their team at their Cannock site. As a Case Administrator you will provide support for the completion of cases in an efficient manner.

 

The role of Case Administrator will see the successful candidate liaise between departments, be an effective communicator and have the ability to adhere to strict confidentiality agreements at all times.

 

This role is a temporary opportunity for the next 3–6months with scope for it to go permanent for the successful candidate.

 

• Managing key cases following from receipt to completion
• Preparing and submitting files for reports
• Provide updates to clients throughout and work to strict deadlines at all times
• Processing queries from clients
• There may be times when you will be requested to give evidence in court

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Location Cannock, Staffordshire
Project Manager / Installation Manager - Permanent (5373)

Candidate Requirements:

The Project Manager role will require experience in project or installation management with the confidence to lead a team.

 

  • A wide knowledge of building regulation and industry standards
  • Leading multi trade teams such as sub-contractors and direct employees
  • Previous experience in uPVC Windows, Doors and Conservatory installation
  • Be able to form good relationships with customers
  • Can work to a strict timeframe and keeping to costs

Job Description:

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Project Manager to join a long-standing company due to a recent expansion. Our client prides themselves on their bespoke, customer-focussed approach throughout the entire process and are looking for a like-minded individual to join their team.

 

The Project Manager will be rewarded with a competitive salary, access to a vehicle and a warm and positive work environment.

 

The Project Manager will oversee the installation team with a wide range of trades. The role will involve looking after several projects at one time to be in line with budget and customer expectations.

 

  • Site visits to ensure that products are in line with company standards and customer expectations at met
  • Ensuring costs and timeframes are being met on each project
  • Manage and coordinate numerous staff members from different trades
  • Being able to form good relationships with customers
  • Complete all paperwork to a high standard
  • Ensuring all project information is current and up to date
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Location Stafford , Staffordshire
IFA (Independent Financial Advisor) - Permanent (5352)

Candidate Requirements:

  • Proven IFA experience – our client is seeking an individual who will have an existing client base
  • Level 4 in Financial Advice
  • A professional and personable individual who possesses strong communication skills
  • A detail accurate individual
  • Someone who is self-motivated and driven

Job Description:

Are you looking for a change? Our Financial Services Client is expanding its team and is seeking a well-established IFA to join them. The role will be servicing your existing clients and looking to grow business as well as a straightforward IFA role.

 

  • Talking to clients to determine their expenses, income, insurance coverage, financial objectives, tax status, risk tolerance, or other information needed to develop a financial plan.
  • Answering client questions about financial plans and strategies and giving financial advice.
  • Advising strategies for clients in insurance coverage, investment planning, cash management and other areas to help them reach financial objectives.
  • Reviewing client accounts and plans on a regular basis to understand if life or economic changes, situational concerns, or financial performance necessitate changes in their plan.
  • Analysing financial data received from clients to develop strategies for meeting clients' financial goals.
  • Preparing or interpreting financial document summaries, investment performance reports and income projections for clients.
  • Implementing financial plans or referring clients to professionals who can help them.
  • Managing and updating client portfolios.
  • Contacting clients regularly to discover changes in their financial status.
  • Building and maintaining your client base.
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Location Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire

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