Contact REED Southampton

REED Southampton
Unit 2, 51 Commercial Road
Southampton
UK
SO15 1GG
02380 631 896 southampton.businesssupport@reedglobal.com
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REED Southampton
Unit 2, 51 Commercial Road
Southampton
UK
SO15 1GG

REED Southampton opening hours

REED Southampton operates on the following opening times
Monday 08.00-18.00
Tuesday 08.00-18.00
Wednesday 08.00-18.00
Thursday 08.00-18.00
Friday 08.00-18.00
Saturday Closed*
Sunday Closed*
Reed Education operates on the following opening times
To cover Supply Teaching requirements of our candidates and clients, Reed Education have extended opening hours as follows
Monday 07.00-18.00
Tuesday 07.00-18.00
Wednesday 07.00-18.00
Thursday 07.00-18.00
Friday 07.00-18.00
Saturday Closed*
Sunday Closed*

 

About REED Southampton

Location of the megasite are as follows:

Our office is based in the centre of Southampton on Commercial Road, a short walk from the town centre. Opposite us is Becketts Music Shop which is on the same road as the Mayflower Theatre. On Wyndham Place, you will find a public car park just across the road to our building, or you can find a multi-story car park on West Park Road. We are also a 5 minute walk from Southampton Central train station.

At REED Southampton you will find many different sectors offering lots of opportunities for people looking for work - whether this be temporary or permanent positions, we aim to accommodate everyone.

Testimonials

Here are just some of the things our candidates and clients have said about us:

"I really wanted to appreciate you two for all the help and efforts you made to make things work for me. Whenever, wherever I needed your guidance, time and help, I got it.
Reed considered me as a member of team and updated me with all information and feedback that was required timely, which helped me a lot in my professional progression.
Once again THANK YOU for everything. You played an important role in my success. Without your efforts it would not have been possible"

Nina, September 2016

"Chanel approached me about a new role she was recruiting for but rather than try and sell the position to me, engaged me in a conversation about what kind of role I was looking for, discussing my current experiences and what I was looking to gain from my next move. I was immediately impressed by her enthusiasm and her wanting to find out more about myself before proposing a new role to me. After that initial conversation, she kept me up to date with the progress of the application and never failed to get back in touch promptly if I called or sent her an email. Even after receiving an offer from the employer, Chanel kept in touch and always ensured she got an answer to any query I had as soon as she could, usually on the same day! Chanel is an energetic recruitment consultant with lots of knowledge in her field and I would wholly recommend anyone looking for a new position to seek her help."
Trushen - September 2016

Click here to read more of what our clients and candidates have to say about us »

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At REED Southampton we cover the following sectors:

Accountancy

A wide variety of non- and part-qualified positions, including PQ accountants, finance managers, payroll managers, credit managers & controllers, and accounts assistants.

Click here to view Accountancy jobs

Business Support

All manner of business support roles, including administration, customer services, contact centre, and management, as well as entry-level roles in fields such as sales and marketing.

Click here to view Business Support jobs

Education

All education roles, including management & leadership, teaching and support staff, across nurseries, schools, academies, PRUs, and colleges & FE establishments.

Click here to view Education jobs

Engineering

All manufacturing and engineering jobs, including design, manufacturing and post-production service/maintenance, across a range of industries.

Click here to view Engineering jobs

Finance

Qualified accountancy and senior finance professional jobs across commerce & industry and practice, from SMEs to FTSE 100.

Click here to view Finance jobs

Hospitality & Leisure

Various roles including management and director level, conference & banqueting, food & beverage, front office, QA/production, food retail, leisure, front of house, and chefs.

Click here to view Hospitality and Leisure jobs

Insurance

General insurance roles, including accounts, brokerage, development, claims, compliance, loss, operations management, risk, technicians, and underwriters.

Click here to view insurance jobs

Management

Management roles for those looking to take the next step or gain a first management job, spanning sectors including sales, procurement, marketing and the rest of our industry sectors.

Click here to view Management jobs

Property & Construction

Recruiting for all aspects of the Built Environment, Architects, Design Engineers, Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors, Contracts Managers, Site Managers, all Trades & CSCS Labourers, Facilities Managers, Maintenance Engineers, Multitraders, Estates Management and Operational staff.

Click here to view property and construction jobs.

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Recruitment Consultant

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 2 weeks ago

£19,000 to £22,000 Per annum

As a professional sales role, you will be involved with:

• Business development with new and existing clients over the phone
• Maintaining and developing business relationships through attending business meetings with clients
• Sourcing candidates for clients' recruitment needs including temporary, permanent or contract recruitment
• Candidate attraction through the professional advertising of vacancies
• Interviewing candidates and preparing them for their job interviews with clients
• Negotiation of offers between your clients and candidates

Our most successful Consultants demonstrate three key motivators which drives them forward which are a willingness to learn, a desire to succeed and a resilience to challenges. If these motivations are within you, then we believe we can be successful together.

The REED Specialist Recruitment Apprenticeship Scheme is designed to give you all the tools you need to become a commercially successful, reputable and qualified Recruitment Consultant. Through a structured programme, carefully designed by recruitment and apprenticeship experts, your training sessions, materials and activities we will enable you to learn and grow with one of the best known names in the recruitment industry. Via your 12 month programme of study you will earn 3 qualifications, and be supported by our in-house Learning and Development and Apprenticeship teams, as well as experienced Managers and Consultants in your office.

Why should I join REED?

You can receive first class training at the REED Business School in the Cotswolds, voted as one of the most beautiful places to study in the world. This is supplemented by tailored courses and online learning. REED encourages people to develop by providing:
• Annual career development reviews to discuss your aspirations
• Up to £500 towards training/qualifications you want to take in your personal time
• Professional qualification funding for those who want to achieve a qualification that’s linked to their role

Being the number 1 Recruitment Business Superbrand means better access to candidates and clients. The REED brand will give you a head start in your career as a new recruiter, resulting in higher chances of success and bonus earning potential from early in your career.

Consolidation manager (6MTH FTC)

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Consolidation Manager
Competitive + Bonus, Pensions and Benefits
6 Month Fixed Term Contract
Southampton, Hampshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Consolidation Manager to join our clients Finance team located within our Southampton office.

We are looking for an Consolidation Manager who will be responsible for managing and developing of a small team responsible for consolidation of IFRS and regulatory information to support external and internal report, liaising with business units to understand key risks and issues and prepare analytical reviews for group results and responsibility for head office accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
-Preparation and review of the consolidation of the financial data to support the group financial statements included in the annual report and accounts and preliminary results
-Consolidation of the data to support the completion of disclosure notes to the financial statements, including process development to maintain speed of delivery and required quality.
-Liaison with finance staff across business unit teams whilst performing consolidation and analytical review.
-Liaison with senior management / CFO to get quarterly, half year and year-end results signed off.
-Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units supplying data.
-Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
-Prepare consolidated financial data to support group regulatory reporting (eg. Solvency II and ICAAP).
-Development of new requirements from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
-Implementing the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaising with business unit finance to ensure data collection processes established and agreed. Establishing and maintaining reporting timetables.
-Responsible for overseeing Head Office Accounting, producing results for group intermediate holding companies and service companies, together with accounting for shares based payments.
-Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
-Support with group finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
-Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
-Ensure a robust control environment is in place
-Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.

Financial Risk and Control Analyst

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk and Control Analyst
Southampton
£45,000 - £50,000


We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Finance Risk and Controls Analyst to join our Finance Risk team, within the Finance department undergoing a significant change agenda.

The overall purpose of the role is to facilitate the completion of the Financial Controls program, to ensure that management meet their regulatory requirements in ensuring internal controls over financial and regulatory reporting are designed properly and operate effectively.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role:
- Operate as a key Finance Controls contact for finance, the business, internal and external auditors, management and the internal controls forum.
- Perform the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage, including involvement of key stakeholders and the business.
- Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.
- Develop and communicate the annual Financial Controls timeline to include testing and certification deadlines. Oversee testing administration.
- Liaise with management to ensure flowcharts, controls and test details are understood to support ownership of SOX controls.
- Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Control team).
- Prepare written deliverables for the Internal Controls Committee and present on SOX testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc. Prepare initial drafts of Audit Committee papers.
- Develop and lead training sessions for Financial Control process owners and control owners as required.
- As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across business units.
- Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.
- Required to travel up to 25%.
- Ensure deliverables are in accordance with agreed service standards, both in terms of quality and timeliness.
- Ensures all reporting produced is clear and concise.
- Ensure all internal and external deadlines are achieved.
- Liaises with other teams within finance or external parties with respect to testing, developing actions plans and issue resolution.
- Undertake testing and assurance work in line with guidance and methodology. Review testing as required.
- Ensures that the controls and testing tool is kept up to date.
- Promotes and suggests improvement in the methodology and testing plans.
- Provides coaching to staff and shares knowledge within team.
- Provide updates, as required, to key stakeholders on key issues and progress, requesting support and highlighting issues where necessary.

Consolidation Manager (6MTH FTC)

  • WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Consolidation Manager
Competitive + Bonus, Pensions and Benefits
6 Month Fixed Term Contract
Southampton, Hampshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Consolidation Manager to join our clients Finance team located within our Southampton office.

We are looking for an Consolidation Manager who will be responsible for managing and developing of a small team responsible for consolidation of IFRS and regulatory information to support external and internal report, liaising with business units to understand key risks and issues and prepare analytical reviews for group results and responsibility for head office accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
-Preparation and review of the consolidation of the financial data to support the group financial statements included in the annual report and accounts and preliminary results
-Consolidation of the data to support the completion of disclosure notes to the financial statements, including process development to maintain speed of delivery and required quality.
-Liaison with finance staff across business unit teams whilst performing consolidation and analytical review.
-Liaison with senior management / CFO to get quarterly, half year and year-end results signed off.
-Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units supplying data.
-Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
-Prepare consolidated financial data to support group regulatory reporting (eg. Solvency II and ICAAP).
-Development of new requirements from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
-Implementing the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaising with business unit finance to ensure data collection processes established and agreed. Establishing and maintaining reporting timetables.
-Responsible for overseeing Head Office Accounting, producing results for group intermediate holding companies and service companies, together with accounting for shares based payments.
-Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
-Support with group finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
-Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
-Ensure a robust control environment is in place
-Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.

Consolidation Manager (6MTH FTC)

  • EASTLEIGH, HAMPSHIRE
  • Contract
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Consolidation Manager
Competitive + Bonus, Pensions and Benefits
6 Month Fixed Term Contract
Southampton, Hampshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Consolidation Manager to join our clients Finance team located within our Southampton office.

We are looking for an Consolidation Manager who will be responsible for managing and developing of a small team responsible for consolidation of IFRS and regulatory information to support external and internal report, liaising with business units to understand key risks and issues and prepare analytical reviews for group results and responsibility for head office accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
-Preparation and review of the consolidation of the financial data to support the group financial statements included in the annual report and accounts and preliminary results
-Consolidation of the data to support the completion of disclosure notes to the financial statements, including process development to maintain speed of delivery and required quality.
-Liaison with finance staff across business unit teams whilst performing consolidation and analytical review.
-Liaison with senior management / CFO to get quarterly, half year and year-end results signed off.
-Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units supplying data.
-Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
-Prepare consolidated financial data to support group regulatory reporting (eg. Solvency II and ICAAP).
-Development of new requirements from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
-Implementing the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaising with business unit finance to ensure data collection processes established and agreed. Establishing and maintaining reporting timetables.
-Responsible for overseeing Head Office Accounting, producing results for group intermediate holding companies and service companies, together with accounting for shares based payments.
-Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
-Support with group finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
-Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
-Ensure a robust control environment is in place
-Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.

Consolidation Manager (6MTH FTC)

  • SALISBURY, WILTSHIRE
  • Contract
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Consolidation Manager
Competitive + Bonus, Pensions and Benefits
6 Month Fixed Term Contract
Southampton, Hampshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Consolidation Manager to join our clients Finance team located within our Southampton office.

We are looking for an Consolidation Manager who will be responsible for managing and developing of a small team responsible for consolidation of IFRS and regulatory information to support external and internal report, liaising with business units to understand key risks and issues and prepare analytical reviews for group results and responsibility for head office accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
-Preparation and review of the consolidation of the financial data to support the group financial statements included in the annual report and accounts and preliminary results
-Consolidation of the data to support the completion of disclosure notes to the financial statements, including process development to maintain speed of delivery and required quality.
-Liaison with finance staff across business unit teams whilst performing consolidation and analytical review.
-Liaison with senior management / CFO to get quarterly, half year and year-end results signed off.
-Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units supplying data.
-Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
-Prepare consolidated financial data to support group regulatory reporting (eg. Solvency II and ICAAP).
-Development of new requirements from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
-Implementing the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaising with business unit finance to ensure data collection processes established and agreed. Establishing and maintaining reporting timetables.
-Responsible for overseeing Head Office Accounting, producing results for group intermediate holding companies and service companies, together with accounting for shares based payments.
-Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
-Support with group finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
-Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
-Ensure a robust control environment is in place
-Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.

consolidation Manager (6MTH FTC)

  • PORTSMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Consolidation Manager
Competitive + Bonus, Pensions and Benefits
6 Month Fixed Term Contract
Southampton, Hampshire

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Consolidation Manager to join our clients Finance team located within our Southampton office.

We are looking for an Consolidation Manager who will be responsible for managing and developing of a small team responsible for consolidation of IFRS and regulatory information to support external and internal report, liaising with business units to understand key risks and issues and prepare analytical reviews for group results and responsibility for head office accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
-Preparation and review of the consolidation of the financial data to support the group financial statements included in the annual report and accounts and preliminary results
-Consolidation of the data to support the completion of disclosure notes to the financial statements, including process development to maintain speed of delivery and required quality.
-Liaison with finance staff across business unit teams whilst performing consolidation and analytical review.
-Liaison with senior management / CFO to get quarterly, half year and year-end results signed off.
-Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units supplying data.
-Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
-Prepare consolidated financial data to support group regulatory reporting (eg. Solvency II and ICAAP).
-Development of new requirements from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
-Implementing the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaising with business unit finance to ensure data collection processes established and agreed. Establishing and maintaining reporting timetables.
-Responsible for overseeing Head Office Accounting, producing results for group intermediate holding companies and service companies, together with accounting for shares based payments.
-Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
-Support with group finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
-Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
-Ensure a robust control environment is in place
-Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.

Financial Risk Tester

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk Tester
Southampton
Full Time 
Permanent


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Risk and Controls Tester within the Finance Risk team within the Finance department at a leading Wealth Management Company undergoing a significant change agenda.

As a key member of the Finance Risk and Control team, the overall purpose of the role is to undertake the completion of the Financial Controls testing program and to support the Finance Risk Manager and Head of Finance Risk and Control to improve the control environment.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role
Support the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage for the group.

Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.

Take ownership and undertake operational effectiveness testing for a number of key entities and processes.

Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Risk and Control team).

Prepare written deliverables for internal committees in respect of the testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc.

Support the maintenance of the Data Controls Team.

As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across the groups finance and the underlying business units.

Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.

Financial Risk Tester

  • WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk Tester
Southampton
Full Time 
Permanent


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Risk and Controls Tester within the Finance Risk team within the Finance department at a leading Wealth Management Company undergoing a significant change agenda.

As a key member of the Finance Risk and Control team, the overall purpose of the role is to undertake the completion of the Financial Controls testing program and to support the Finance Risk Manager and Head of Finance Risk and Control to improve the control environment.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role
Support the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage for the group.

Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.

Take ownership and undertake operational effectiveness testing for a number of key entities and processes.

Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Risk and Control team).

Prepare written deliverables for internal committees in respect of the testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc.

Support the maintenance of the Data Controls Team.

As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across the groups finance and the underlying business units.

Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.

Financial Risk Tester

  • EASTLEIGH, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk Tester
Southampton
Full Time 
Permanent


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Risk and Controls Tester within the Finance Risk team within the Finance department at a leading Wealth Management Company undergoing a significant change agenda.

As a key member of the Finance Risk and Control team, the overall purpose of the role is to undertake the completion of the Financial Controls testing program and to support the Finance Risk Manager and Head of Finance Risk and Control to improve the control environment.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role
Support the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage for the group.

Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.

Take ownership and undertake operational effectiveness testing for a number of key entities and processes.

Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Risk and Control team).

Prepare written deliverables for internal committees in respect of the testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc.

Support the maintenance of the Data Controls Team.

As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across the groups finance and the underlying business units.

Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.

Financial Risk Tester

  • SALISBURY, WILTSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk Tester
Southampton
Full Time 
Permanent


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Risk and Controls Tester within the Finance Risk team within the Finance department at a leading Wealth Management Company undergoing a significant change agenda.

As a key member of the Finance Risk and Control team, the overall purpose of the role is to undertake the completion of the Financial Controls testing program and to support the Finance Risk Manager and Head of Finance Risk and Control to improve the control environment.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role
Support the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage for the group.

Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.

Take ownership and undertake operational effectiveness testing for a number of key entities and processes.

Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Risk and Control team).

Prepare written deliverables for internal committees in respect of the testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc.

Support the maintenance of the Data Controls Team.

As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across the groups finance and the underlying business units.

Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.

Financial Risk Manager

  • PORTSMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Financial Risk Tester
Southampton
Full Time 
Permanent


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Finance Risk and Controls Tester within the Finance Risk team within the Finance department at a leading Wealth Management Company undergoing a significant change agenda.

As a key member of the Finance Risk and Control team, the overall purpose of the role is to undertake the completion of the Financial Controls testing program and to support the Finance Risk Manager and Head of Finance Risk and Control to improve the control environment.

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role
Support the annual Financial Controls scoping process to ensure appropriate coverage for the group.

Perform walkthroughs of high risk and changed processes to assess adequacy of control design. Perform operational effectiveness testing.

Take ownership and undertake operational effectiveness testing for a number of key entities and processes.

Act as an ambassador to promote sound financial control (in conjunction with the Financial Risk and Control team).

Prepare written deliverables for internal committees in respect of the testing status and progress, with deficiencies identified, action items, un-remediated deficiencies and items of concern etc.

Support the maintenance of the Data Controls Team.

As part of Managed Separation support the Head of Finance Risk to expand and enhance the financial control framework across the groups finance and the underlying business units.

Manage and deliver ad-hoc small projects within the Financial Control Team across various finance teams.

Systems Accountant

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 4 days ago

Negotiable

Do you have a degree in IT (Information Technology) and experience in Finance/Accountancy? A fantastic job has arisen working for a large firm in Southampton.

The job requires someone with knowledge of IT (Information Technology) and Financial systems. The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of various Finance projects company wide and process improvements.

The job requires that you will need to build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, customers and IT (Information Technology) suppliers to ensure a great user end experience.

Strong, proactive risk/control management, to ensure compliance with all regulatory and corporate policies

You will also need to coach and develop the reporting teams in the Finance/Accountancy departments following on from the adoption or process changes within the Finance/Accountancy department.

This is a 6 month fixed term contract and the successful candidates must have a degree in IT (Information Technology) and experience within implementation of a Finance/Accountancy background.


For more information speak to Ben Rickard, 02380 828607 or apply now.

Treasury Operations Analyst

  • ANDOVER, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

Negotiable

Treasury Operations Analyst
Southampton, Hampshire
Permanent
Competitive + Bonus, Pension and Benefits


We currently have an opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join our Clients Finance function located within their Southampton office.

This role will be responsible for ensuring delivery and effective control of daily cash management activities supported by quality transactional accounting data.

The role will also be responsible for the maintenance of appropriate day to day relationships, both internal and external, across Finance Wealth Management, ensuring compliance with appropriate Treasury related Wealth Management policies and FCA regulations.


Key Responsibilities:

- Effectively manages the day to day operational cash flows and the overseeing and monitoring of expected closing balances on bank accounts.
- Is able to provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the ongoing project to decouple one entity from its parent company as and when required.
- To be able own, plan and deliver small scale Treasury related projects and to communicate progress to a wide stakeholder audience up to senior management levels.
- Support any changes to operational activities being delivered into business as usual in a controlled and timely manner.
- Is equipped to step in an take on key Treasury control and reporting processes from Treasury Operations Manager with little oversight and monitoring.
- Able to apply own knowledge and skills to respond to both standard and non-standard cash management requests, with assistance from others when needed.
- Responsible for bank related financial transactions into the general ledger and understand the impact of these manual book entries.
- Responsible for the provision of the regular management reporting of cash management activities whilst compliance with relevant company policies and regulatory and solvency requirements.
- Develops a network of internal and external relationships relevant to the role.
- Liaises clearly and effectively with other parts of the business, understanding the data provided and the impact on the team’s activities, addressing straight forward situations as they arise.
- Able to make quick decisions based on both standard and non-standard information.
- Manages customer expectations around quality and delivery of data in an effective and efficient manner.
- Able to identify opportunities for risk mitigation and continuous improvement, making practical suggestions for improvements, ensuring suitable controls are in place and managing relevant stakeholders as required.
- Be a recognised team player and support on the job training of new staff by proactively supporting less experienced members of the team with day to day transactions and activities whilst passing on their area of expertise.
- Manages and prioritise own work to support meeting intra-day, daily and monthly requirements, making appropriate decisions within guidelines and policies that impact own priorities and allocate own time accordingly.
- Develops and demonstrate Corporate values at all times and be aware of personal impact on other team members and customers
- Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision/guidance, making decisions by analysing/evaluating options and making appropriate recommendations, escalating where necessary.
- A flexible member of the team able to support other Wealth Management Finance teams as required.
- Provision of technical support and training/coaching within the Treasury framework
- Ensures continued compliance with Risk, FCI, policy suite, and EUC implementation plans; ensure continued compliance post-implementation, and remain up to date

Treasury Operations Analyst

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

Negotiable

Treasury Operations Analyst
Southampton, Hampshire
Permanent
Competitive + Bonus, Pension and Benefits


We currently have an opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join our Clients Finance function located within their Southampton office.

This role will be responsible for ensuring delivery and effective control of daily cash management activities supported by quality transactional accounting data.

The role will also be responsible for the maintenance of appropriate day to day relationships, both internal and external, across Finance Wealth Management, ensuring compliance with appropriate Treasury related Wealth Management policies and FCA regulations.


Key Responsibilities:

- Effectively manages the day to day operational cash flows and the overseeing and monitoring of expected closing balances on bank accounts.
- Is able to provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the ongoing project to decouple one entity from its parent company as and when required.
- To be able own, plan and deliver small scale Treasury related projects and to communicate progress to a wide stakeholder audience up to senior management levels.
- Support any changes to operational activities being delivered into business as usual in a controlled and timely manner.
- Is equipped to step in an take on key Treasury control and reporting processes from Treasury Operations Manager with little oversight and monitoring.
- Able to apply own knowledge and skills to respond to both standard and non-standard cash management requests, with assistance from others when needed.
- Responsible for bank related financial transactions into the general ledger and understand the impact of these manual book entries.
- Responsible for the provision of the regular management reporting of cash management activities whilst compliance with relevant company policies and regulatory and solvency requirements.
- Develops a network of internal and external relationships relevant to the role.
- Liaises clearly and effectively with other parts of the business, understanding the data provided and the impact on the team’s activities, addressing straight forward situations as they arise.
- Able to make quick decisions based on both standard and non-standard information.
- Manages customer expectations around quality and delivery of data in an effective and efficient manner.
- Able to identify opportunities for risk mitigation and continuous improvement, making practical suggestions for improvements, ensuring suitable controls are in place and managing relevant stakeholders as required.
- Be a recognised team player and support on the job training of new staff by proactively supporting less experienced members of the team with day to day transactions and activities whilst passing on their area of expertise.
- Manages and prioritise own work to support meeting intra-day, daily and monthly requirements, making appropriate decisions within guidelines and policies that impact own priorities and allocate own time accordingly.
- Develops and demonstrate Corporate values at all times and be aware of personal impact on other team members and customers
- Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision/guidance, making decisions by analysing/evaluating options and making appropriate recommendations, escalating where necessary.
- A flexible member of the team able to support other Wealth Management Finance teams as required.
- Provision of technical support and training/coaching within the Treasury framework
- Ensures continued compliance with Risk, FCI, policy suite, and EUC implementation plans; ensure continued compliance post-implementation, and remain up to date

Treasury Operations Analyst

  • WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

Negotiable

Treasury Operations Analyst
Southampton, Hampshire
Permanent
Competitive + Bonus, Pension and Benefits


We currently have an opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join our Clients Finance function located within their Southampton office.

This role will be responsible for ensuring delivery and effective control of daily cash management activities supported by quality transactional accounting data.

The role will also be responsible for the maintenance of appropriate day to day relationships, both internal and external, across Finance Wealth Management, ensuring compliance with appropriate Treasury related Wealth Management policies and FCA regulations.


Key Responsibilities:

- Effectively manages the day to day operational cash flows and the overseeing and monitoring of expected closing balances on bank accounts.
- Is able to provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the ongoing project to decouple one entity from its parent company as and when required.
- To be able own, plan and deliver small scale Treasury related projects and to communicate progress to a wide stakeholder audience up to senior management levels.
- Support any changes to operational activities being delivered into business as usual in a controlled and timely manner.
- Is equipped to step in an take on key Treasury control and reporting processes from Treasury Operations Manager with little oversight and monitoring.
- Able to apply own knowledge and skills to respond to both standard and non-standard cash management requests, with assistance from others when needed.
- Responsible for bank related financial transactions into the general ledger and understand the impact of these manual book entries.
- Responsible for the provision of the regular management reporting of cash management activities whilst compliance with relevant company policies and regulatory and solvency requirements.
- Develops a network of internal and external relationships relevant to the role.
- Liaises clearly and effectively with other parts of the business, understanding the data provided and the impact on the team’s activities, addressing straight forward situations as they arise.
- Able to make quick decisions based on both standard and non-standard information.
- Manages customer expectations around quality and delivery of data in an effective and efficient manner.
- Able to identify opportunities for risk mitigation and continuous improvement, making practical suggestions for improvements, ensuring suitable controls are in place and managing relevant stakeholders as required.
- Be a recognised team player and support on the job training of new staff by proactively supporting less experienced members of the team with day to day transactions and activities whilst passing on their area of expertise.
- Manages and prioritise own work to support meeting intra-day, daily and monthly requirements, making appropriate decisions within guidelines and policies that impact own priorities and allocate own time accordingly.
- Develops and demonstrate Corporate values at all times and be aware of personal impact on other team members and customers
- Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision/guidance, making decisions by analysing/evaluating options and making appropriate recommendations, escalating where necessary.
- A flexible member of the team able to support other Wealth Management Finance teams as required.
- Provision of technical support and training/coaching within the Treasury framework
- Ensures continued compliance with Risk, FCI, policy suite, and EUC implementation plans; ensure continued compliance post-implementation, and remain up to date

Treasury Operations Analyst

  • PORTSMOUTH, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

Negotiable

Treasury Operations Analyst
Southampton, Hampshire
Permanent
Competitive + Bonus, Pension and Benefits


We currently have an opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join our Clients Finance function located within their Southampton office.

This role will be responsible for ensuring delivery and effective control of daily cash management activities supported by quality transactional accounting data.

The role will also be responsible for the maintenance of appropriate day to day relationships, both internal and external, across Finance Wealth Management, ensuring compliance with appropriate Treasury related Wealth Management policies and FCA regulations.


Key Responsibilities:

- Effectively manages the day to day operational cash flows and the overseeing and monitoring of expected closing balances on bank accounts.
- Is able to provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the ongoing project to decouple one entity from its parent company as and when required.
- To be able own, plan and deliver small scale Treasury related projects and to communicate progress to a wide stakeholder audience up to senior management levels.
- Support any changes to operational activities being delivered into business as usual in a controlled and timely manner.
- Is equipped to step in an take on key Treasury control and reporting processes from Treasury Operations Manager with little oversight and monitoring.
- Able to apply own knowledge and skills to respond to both standard and non-standard cash management requests, with assistance from others when needed.
- Responsible for bank related financial transactions into the general ledger and understand the impact of these manual book entries.
- Responsible for the provision of the regular management reporting of cash management activities whilst compliance with relevant company policies and regulatory and solvency requirements.
- Develops a network of internal and external relationships relevant to the role.
- Liaises clearly and effectively with other parts of the business, understanding the data provided and the impact on the team’s activities, addressing straight forward situations as they arise.
- Able to make quick decisions based on both standard and non-standard information.
- Manages customer expectations around quality and delivery of data in an effective and efficient manner.
- Able to identify opportunities for risk mitigation and continuous improvement, making practical suggestions for improvements, ensuring suitable controls are in place and managing relevant stakeholders as required.
- Be a recognised team player and support on the job training of new staff by proactively supporting less experienced members of the team with day to day transactions and activities whilst passing on their area of expertise.
- Manages and prioritise own work to support meeting intra-day, daily and monthly requirements, making appropriate decisions within guidelines and policies that impact own priorities and allocate own time accordingly.
- Develops and demonstrate Corporate values at all times and be aware of personal impact on other team members and customers
- Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision/guidance, making decisions by analysing/evaluating options and making appropriate recommendations, escalating where necessary.
- A flexible member of the team able to support other Wealth Management Finance teams as required.
- Provision of technical support and training/coaching within the Treasury framework
- Ensures continued compliance with Risk, FCI, policy suite, and EUC implementation plans; ensure continued compliance post-implementation, and remain up to date

Treasury Operations Analyst

  • BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 1 week ago

Negotiable

Treasury Operations Analyst
Southampton, Hampshire
Permanent
Competitive + Bonus, Pension and Benefits


We currently have an opportunity for a Treasury Analyst to join our Clients Finance function located within their Southampton office.

This role will be responsible for ensuring delivery and effective control of daily cash management activities supported by quality transactional accounting data.

The role will also be responsible for the maintenance of appropriate day to day relationships, both internal and external, across Finance Wealth Management, ensuring compliance with appropriate Treasury related Wealth Management policies and FCA regulations.


Key Responsibilities:

- Effectively manages the day to day operational cash flows and the overseeing and monitoring of expected closing balances on bank accounts.
- Is able to provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the ongoing project to decouple one entity from its parent company as and when required.
- To be able own, plan and deliver small scale Treasury related projects and to communicate progress to a wide stakeholder audience up to senior management levels.
- Support any changes to operational activities being delivered into business as usual in a controlled and timely manner.
- Is equipped to step in an take on key Treasury control and reporting processes from Treasury Operations Manager with little oversight and monitoring.
- Able to apply own knowledge and skills to respond to both standard and non-standard cash management requests, with assistance from others when needed.
- Responsible for bank related financial transactions into the general ledger and understand the impact of these manual book entries.
- Responsible for the provision of the regular management reporting of cash management activities whilst compliance with relevant company policies and regulatory and solvency requirements.
- Develops a network of internal and external relationships relevant to the role.
- Liaises clearly and effectively with other parts of the business, understanding the data provided and the impact on the team’s activities, addressing straight forward situations as they arise.
- Able to make quick decisions based on both standard and non-standard information.
- Manages customer expectations around quality and delivery of data in an effective and efficient manner.
- Able to identify opportunities for risk mitigation and continuous improvement, making practical suggestions for improvements, ensuring suitable controls are in place and managing relevant stakeholders as required.
- Be a recognised team player and support on the job training of new staff by proactively supporting less experienced members of the team with day to day transactions and activities whilst passing on their area of expertise.
- Manages and prioritise own work to support meeting intra-day, daily and monthly requirements, making appropriate decisions within guidelines and policies that impact own priorities and allocate own time accordingly.
- Develops and demonstrate Corporate values at all times and be aware of personal impact on other team members and customers
- Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision/guidance, making decisions by analysing/evaluating options and making appropriate recommendations, escalating where necessary.
- A flexible member of the team able to support other Wealth Management Finance teams as required.
- Provision of technical support and training/coaching within the Treasury framework
- Ensures continued compliance with Risk, FCI, policy suite, and EUC implementation plans; ensure continued compliance post-implementation, and remain up to date

group reporting accountant

  • SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 2 weeks ago

Negotiable

Group Reporting Accountant
Southampton
Permanent / Full time
Competitive + Pension, Benefits and Bonus

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Group Reporting Accountant to join a fast-paced Finance team. Working closely with the senior team within the group, the right candidate will deal with accountable reporting of IDRS and supplementary information to support external and internal reporting. They will also be liaising with business units to understand key risks, issues and prepare analytical reviews.

Key Responsibilities
Preparation of the financial statements included in the annual report and accounts, preliminary results
Drafting and completion of disclosure notes, development of new disclosure requirements and develop efficient data collection mechanisms.
Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units
Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
Review of consolidated results (IFRS basis) and provide challenge to business units in preparation for group reporting.
Prepare quarterly and annual returns to the PRA and IAIS (as required)
Development of new requirements (working closely with Head of Accounting Policy and Advisory) from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
Preparation of the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaise with other owners to ensure full pack of instructions issued.
Prepare ad hoc information, presentations or reports and provide challenge and explanation where required.
Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
Support for finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
Ensure a robust control environment is in place
Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.
Accountable for understanding and explaining the internal and external group consolidated financial information.
Accountable for leading the instruction, development and timetabling of the IFRS reporting process and liaising with business units to ensure delivery.

group reporting accountant

  • WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE
  • Permanent
  • 2 weeks ago

Negotiable

Group Reporting Accountant
Southampton
Permanent / Full time
Competitive + Pension, Benefits and Bonus

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Group Reporting Accountant to join a fast-paced Finance team. Working closely with the senior team within the group, the right candidate will deal with accountable reporting of IDRS and supplementary information to support external and internal reporting. They will also be liaising with business units to understand key risks, issues and prepare analytical reviews.

Key Responsibilities
Preparation of the financial statements included in the annual report and accounts, preliminary results
Drafting and completion of disclosure notes, development of new disclosure requirements and develop efficient data collection mechanisms.
Create, maintain and enhance productive working relationships with business units
Provide advice and support for business units in addressing and supporting resolution of issues which may impact the financial results.
Review of consolidated results (IFRS basis) and provide challenge to business units in preparation for group reporting.
Prepare quarterly and annual returns to the PRA and IAIS (as required)
Development of new requirements (working closely with Head of Accounting Policy and Advisory) from regulators / audit committee / auditors and support transition into HFM and efficient data collection mechanisms from the business units.
Preparation of the instructions for the IFRS process (quarterly) and liaise with other owners to ensure full pack of instructions issued.
Prepare ad hoc information, presentations or reports and provide challenge and explanation where required.
Liaise with auditors, ensuring the timely and accurate proofs and audit trail for the annual and interim Group financial statements.
Support for finance projects (on an ad hoc basis as required)
Support development of local HFM for new data requirements / group structure changes etc.
Ensure a robust control environment is in place
Ensure culture of Continuous Improvement in place and leads to CI delivery within the team.
Accountable for understanding and explaining the internal and external group consolidated financial information.
Accountable for leading the instruction, development and timetabling of the IFRS reporting process and liaising with business units to ensure delivery.
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