- University of Brighton
- Brighton, East Sussex
- £32,348 to £36,386 per annum
- Closing date
- 21 Mar 2023
Management Accountant (Service Depts)
Location: Brighton - Moulsecoomb
Salary: £32,348 to £36,386 per annum
Closing Date: Tuesday 21 March 2023
Interview Date: See advert
This brilliant opportunity for a Management Accountant is offered as a permanent, full time contract.
Based at the heart of our Moulsecoomb campus, the successful candidate will take responsibility for producing the management accounts for several professional services departments at the University of Brighton including Human Resources, the Vice Chancellor’s Office and Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement. Working in a well-established finance team, you will undertake the full range of management accounting tasks.
- Providing financial advice and support to budget managers and Heads of Department
- Undertake budget setting for the relevant professional service departments
- Monthly budget monitoring including regular budget holder meetings
- Outturn forecasting
- Producing reconciliations
- Undertaking year end tasks and providing support to audit queries
- There will be opportunities to get involved in project costing and non-research grants.
- Part Qualified accountant (ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA/ACA), ATT Full Member or Qualified by Experience
- Financial awareness and the ability to explain financial concepts to a wide range of stakeholders
- Problem solving skills and the ability to provide financial support to organisational change
- Good Oral and written communication skills and able to work to a high degree of accuracy
- Able to work independently and proactively with demonstrable Excel skills
- An understanding of the challenges of working in a large, complex organisation.
We welcome applications from those wishing to job-share. For the full job description, please see the link below.
If you would like any further information, please contact James Bradley, Head of Financial Performance J.G.Bradley@Brighton.ac.uk
Interviews are scheduled to take place on the 27 March 2023.
The University is committed to an inclusive environment which embraces equality and diversity in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. We particularly encourage applicants from Minority Ethnic backgrounds because the university is underrepresented by Minority Ethnic staff.
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