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Finance Controller / Bookkeeper

Job Title: Finance Controller / Bookkeeper
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Salary: £25000 - £30000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Contact Name: Usha Tyagi
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Skills & Experience Required:

  • Minimum AAT Qualified
  • A minimum 3 years' experience in a Finance accounting role
  • A proficient user of Sage 50 Accounts Professional with a minimum of 1 years' experience
  • Solid experience with processing payroll, preparing Intrastat reports and VAT returns.
  • Calculating VAT and PAYE payments
  • Posting invoices/credits.
  • Bank Reconciliations
  • Weekly & Monthly Sales Reports.
  • Running payment run
  • Preparing quarterly VAT returns & submitting them to HMRC
  • Preparing management & statutory accounts, periodic financial statements, (Trial Balance, P&L, Balance Sheet, Cashflow Statements)
  • Monthly End Accounts.
  • Updating sales and purchase ledgers
  • Maintaining petty cash

Personality Attributes

  • Methodical and Highly Organised with Excellent Attention to Detail
  • Self Disciplined, Self Motivated and Process Driven,
  • Have the ability to meet deadlines and to prioritise workload.
  • Can work independently but is a team player.

Please send us an email with your CV or call usha for more information on 0207 014 0232

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