£38000 - £40000
£38,000 – £40,000 – (Benefits package worth £7,000)
What is wrong with being a brilliant Management Accountant and remaining at this level?
Whether you are qualified, part qualified or qualified by experience, it seems the general market consensus is you must be ambitious and keep to progress. Why? Not everyone wants to progress and why should you?
I am working with a well-established business hiring a new Management Accountant to join the finance team and run the management accounts schedule.
That’s the job and that’s how it will remain in terms of title however what it can do is give you challenges, system analysis, advancement in skill set, a variable set of management accounts to work with.
The management accounts for Q1 of 2024 look entirely different to Q1 of 2023 due to business growth, legislation advancement and renewed reporting demands from the board so although you will be the Management Accountant in 2024/2025/2026 and beyond your role content will look entirely different so you can continue to build experience.
On top of this the business offers hybrid working, flexibility and a phenomenal benefits package inclusive of hybrid with 3 days’ working from home, flexible start / finish times (core hours are 10-4), death in service 3 x salary, private healthcare, a study support package, 25 days paid holidays + bank holidays, increasing to 30 days with service and an enhanced company pension scheme.
Drop me a message for a chat through the role.