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Reporting and supporting (and on occasion deputise for) the Services and Corporate Directors' this is a prestigious management role to oversee the entire corporate finance function consisting of the following teams; Budget Planning, Financial Accounting & Control, Capital & Treasury.
You will be a key business partner, providing advice from a corporate perspective and by working with the Directorates and other finance teams.
You will ensure that financial governance and management is soundly implemented and effectives, manage the budget setting process and corporate reporting, deliver effective treasury management and drive value for money across the organisation.
Reed Finance have joined partnership with a successful local authority in Southend who are seeking a new senior finance professional to help grow and develop their organisation.
The role will sit in the financial planning and control team and will assist senior management with the management and financial administration of areas such as VAT, the banking and cash collection services, treasury management and the income management system in addition to areas of control and compliance.
The ideal and successful candidate will be fully CCAB qualified with the ability to operate within many levels throughout the organisation. Excellent communications skills and a proactive attitude are essential requirements here in addition to team supervisory experience. The role contains a high degree of compliance and audit knowledge, therefore an accountancy practice background will certainly be advantageous.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join an organisation with a strong future which will provide both personal and career progression.
The main duties include:
• Leading and supervising staff on financial and other audits
• Planning, executing and reporting financial and other audit work to company standards and in a timely manner
• Timely, high quality development and/or implementation of aspects of company policy, procedure and methods.