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reading | £40,000
about crowe crowe is a leading national audit, tax, advisory and risk firm with global reach and local expertise. we are an independent member of crowe global, one of the top 10 accounting networks in the world, with access to more than 40,000 people in more than 150 countries and across more than 700 offices globally. we pride ourselves on looking after our people, whether you’re working in corporate tax, statutory audit or you’re a marketing or hr specialist - at crowe we invest in our people to help them be the best they can be. we understand that it is often the culture and values of a firm that are most important when looking for a new workplace. that’s why, at crowe, our people-focused culture means we value new ideas and innovation, and welcome people who are committed to making a difference by delivering excellent services to our people, clients and communities. assistant manager, corporate tax, thames valley following significant growth, our corporate tax team in reading are looking to appoint an assistant manager. the role will provide professional support to the whole of the corporate tax department; assisting managers, directors & partners to manage the taxation relationship services for their portfolio of clients which will include ombs, listed companies, multinational groups, and private equity backed businesses. . the role includes managing corporate tax compliance and advisory matters on a broad range of clients in respect of their taxation affairs and any other company tax related requirements they may have. principal responsibilities accepting responsibility for a portfolio of clients and prioritising work as necessaryacting as the primary contact for most clients throughout the tax cycle ensuring that tax matters are raised proactively and communicated to the clientmanaging client and third-party relationships from initial set up meetings, liaising with other advisors, to ongoing service issues on allocated portfolio,preparing tax computations and returns, calculating tax liabilities and advising clients accordinglypreparing deferred tax calculations, tax reconciliations and tax disclosure for inclusion within the statutory accounts.reviewing preparation of work by peers and more junior members of the teamconsidering tax planning opportunities and identifying opportunities to increase the client base and develop cross departmental working opportunities.building relationships, and working closely with other departments such as audit and business solutions to deliver client workdealing with client queries in an efficient and timely mannerworking within an agreed fee, to set deadlines and assisting with monthly client billingsupporting senior managers, directors and partners in advisory mattersad hoc tasks including technical research as and when required the ideal individual a relevant professional qualification (i.e. cta, aca or equivalent) coupled with excellent working knowledge and experience of corporate tax compliance and advisory work and tax planning projectssome experience of managing a client portfolio highlighting proven soft skills including; monitoring and keeping to deadlines, building effective and meaningful client relationships, exemplary written and verbal communication skills, highly motivated and strong organisational and multi-tasking abilitiesconfident when dealing with clients’ day-to-day compliance affairscompetent in drafting tax disclosures for statutory accounts purposesa flair for understanding advisory work and anticipating client needs before they arisegood business awareness and an interest in getting involved in business development and promoting initiatives.experienced in reviewing work of more junior staff and providing on-the-job training, guidance and support for fellow members of the tax teamexperience in using relevant tax software such as alphatax useful but not essential as training will be provided why choose crowe? crowe is where talented people can realise their potential, are successful and enjoy what they do by making a positive difference to our clients, communities and each other. our vision is to be recognised as essential to the future success of our clients by helping them to answer tomorrow’s questions, and make smart decisions that have lasting value through the highest quality audit, tax, advisory and risk services. we offer you an opportunity to continue your career and work for a firm that offers stability and knowledge. in addition, you can work alongside experienced professionals who put the client at the heart of everything they do. at crowe, you will find the expertise, the resources and, above all, the commitment to help you build a satisfying and rewarding career. in return we can offer you continued career development, highly competitive salaries and flexible benefits. plus, an opportunity to work for a firm that truly values its people. crowe is committed to equal opportunity and diversity in recruitment and employment. we value the differences that a diverse workforce brings to our organisation and believe that diversity and inclusivity are key drivers of effectiveness and in providing our clients with a quality service. entry and progression within the firm is determined solely by the application of objective criteria, personal performance and merit. we want to create the best environment for our staff to thrive. we recognise the importance of offering a flexible approach to our working environment and we would be happy to discuss with you further.
Closing on 11 May
harwell | £43,790
finance business partner harwell campus, oxfordshire / some home working available. £43,790 to £59,245 per annum, dependent upon skills and experience full time / flexible hours considered. permanent reference: 11033 about us diamond light source is the uk’s national synchrotron science facility. by accelerating electrons to near light-speed, diamond generates brilliant beams of light from infra-red to x-rays which are used for academic and industry research and development across a range of scientific disciplines including structural biology, physics, chemistry, materials science, engineering, earth, and environmental sciences. about the role we have an exciting opportunity to join diamond’s finance team. you will be contributing, at both the strategic and operational level, to the financial planning of the division(s) partnering with and across the whole organisation to underpin the vision, strategy and delivery plans of diamond working closely with the other finance business partners to achieve. working closely with budget holders and other finance staff, this role will continuously improve the financial management capabilities of diamond ensuring that the financial tools, analysis, and reporting are developed to facilitate informed and optimal decisions at all levels. about you we are seeking a highly motivated candidate to fill the role of a finance business partner. the post holder should hold a ccab qualification ideally cima, with experience of financial planning and analysis. along with experience in the following areas: financial management and a broad knowledge of management accountingfinancial planning and analysismanagement accounting concepts and general accounting proceduresfinance systemsmicrosoft office benefits diamond offers an exceptional benefits package to support staff in achieving a positive work/life balance. this includes 25 days annual leave plus 13 days of statutory and company holidays and 2 annual volunteering days, along with flexible working hours and an excellent pension scheme. staff also have access to a range of amenities on site including a nursery, cafes, a restaurant and sports and leisure facilities. a relocation allowance may also be available where applicable. to apply please use the online application process to apply and tell us why you believe you are suitable for this role. the initial closing date for applications is 16th april 2023, however applications will be reviewed and interviewed on an ongoing basis until this vacancy is filled.
Closing on 10 May
chipping warden | £45,000
xpgroup are an innovative, customer focused organisation who deliver outstanding customer experiences through the smarter use of powerful digital technologies. providing market leading vehicle movement and management services in the automotive world. this fleet management company, mainly dealing in demonstration vehicles deliver cars on behalf of their customers, with over 240 employees, most of which are the drivers who deliver the vehicles have an ambitious growth plan over the next three years! your role the team at xpgroup have an exiting opportunity for a qualified and customer centric management accountant where you will partner with the business to provide profitability insights, produce monthly accounts, balance sheet reconciliations, forecasting and budgeting, payroll accountabilities and commercial pricing. based at our chipping warden, northamptonshire office, you will work monday to friday, 9am-5pm. what are you going to do? reporting into the cfo and working with a small finance team, you will partner with the business to provide tangible insights on financial reporting, accounts, and analysis where your key areas of responsibility will be to: deliver monthly management accounts including balance sheet reconciliations, and calculation of accurate accruals and prepayments.assist with the preparation of company-wide budgets and forecasts.provide support to the commercial team with new pricing models and analysis of existing contracts.production of operational performance reports.deliver insightful analysis on business trends and profitability.conduct monthly payroll approval and production of annual p11d’s.drive process and system improvements to increase efficiency.maintain and manage financial controls and data integrity.provide guidance and support to accounts receivable and payable.support with ad hoc duties to assist the wider business. what are we looking for? our ideal candidate will be aca, acca, cima qualified or hold an equivalent certification, you will already be operating as a management accountant, ideally within the automotive or supply chain and logistics industry. you will be highly numerate with the ability to analyse and interpret complex financial data whilst identifying trends with the ability to positively influence decisions when needed. you will be an excellent communicator able to explain complex issues and information to financial and non-financial colleagues, be a logical thinker and natural problem solver. it goes without saying that you will be it literate with good working knowledge of accounting and reporting software’s and proficient with ms excel. what do we have to offer? with a genuine culture of reward and recognition, we want our employees to grow, develop and be part of our journey. we offer a benefits package that includes competitive annual leave entitlement. there’s no doubt that you will be compensated for your hard work and commitment so if you’d like to work for a growing automotive organisation do get in touch to find your next role.
Closing on 28 Apr
abingdon | £55,000
senior management accountant oxfordshire permanent £55,000 - £65,000 office based we're on the lookout for an experienced senior management accountant to join our well-established client based in oxfordshire. as a senior management accountant, your responsibilities will include: prepare monthly and quarterly management accounts assist with annual budget and forecasting process take responsibility for the month end process lead the annual budget process about you: do you have previous experience working as a senior management accountant? to be considered for this senior management accountant role, you'll need: * to be fully qualified cima/acca/aca * ability to plan & organise workload autonomously. * great attention to detail * able to work under pressure to tight deadlines. * experience of working within the engineering or manufacturing industry is desirable for more information and to apply for this senior management accountant role, get in touch or click 'apply now' to submit your application. we wish you the best of luck in your job search!
Closing on 26 Apr
woking | £46,634
the starting salary for this role is £46,634 per annum, working 36 hours per week. "you feel that you're really making a difference, it's really empowering and rewarding. that's what gets me out of bed in the morning" - lizzie knight, assistant team manager here at surrey, our overarching aim is to provide a smooth, well-planned transition into young adulthood for the families we support, ensuring that there is no one left behind. we are excited to currently be seeking an assistant team manager (qualified social worker or occupational therapist) to join our amazing transition team. this role is incredibly rewarding and we are confident that, with strong support from your team, your career will go from strength to strength, meaning you will end each day with the satisfaction that you are making a difference. about us the transition team, with offices based in woking and redhill, is a countywide service for young people aged between 14 and 25. we aim to give them the confidence and environment to control their life outcomes and aspirational goals that will support them into employment pathways, independent living and meaningful occupation. about the role as an assistant team manager, you will support the day to day running of a busy, dynamic team, effectively prioritising daily challenges and expectations. you will support the team manager to deliver high quality personalised adult social care and support timely, aspirational transition of young people into their adult lives. additionally, a key accountability of the role is developing staff practice ensuring the team you work within is the best it can be. we understand the challenges of day-to-day frontline social work and have put tools in place to improve your work/life balance and make day-to-day tasks more manageable. we have created an environment to put you in the best place to do your work in a more agile way, working from home, office, or other locations as appropriate. applicants must also hold a valid driving license and have use of a car. about you in order to be considered for shortlisting for this role, we would love to hear about; your professional social work, occupational therapy, nursing, or other relevant allied health qualification, have completed any post qualification practice or training requirements, and have current professional registration with their relevant registration authority.your excellent communication skills that enable you to successfully manage a team and develop effective relationships, both internal and external.your post qualification experience, including experience in a social care setting, and your excellent understanding of the social care, health, and specialist education agendas.examples of when you have provided effective professional supervision to less experienced colleagues. you must also be able to demonstrate a track record in inter-agency partnership working.strong commitment to achieving positive, strengths-based outcomes that promote maximum community inclusion, and personal choice and control. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 16/04/2023 with interviews to follow. an enhanced dbs 'disclosure and barring service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) and the children's and adults' barred list checks will be required for this role. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit the advert on the employer site. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 18 Apr
shrewsbury | £34,000
description we have an exciting position available for an experienced account manager to join a friendly and thriving sales department within a highly reputable business, based in shrewsbury. you will join an existing team of account managers with a view to grow the company sales and increase profitability by developing business within the existing customer base, through new customers, new markets and/or new products and services develop and maintain excellent relationships with your accountsdevelop new revenue streams from new products and services, while optimizing income from existing lines within existing customer basedemonstration of company products to prospective customers and discussions with them concerning the ways in which the products solve their problems and meet their requirementsprepares sales proposals using existing templates as required by the customer/prospectgathers intelligence on customers and competitorsgenerates leads for possible salesrelentless, ruthless, forensic follow-up of all sales opportunitiesact in accordance with company work ethic, standards and protocol set out in the company manualmeet or exceed agreed personal monthly, quarterly and annual sales goals, profit margins and activity targets requirements strong business development and customer support skills with a proven track record in managing clients and winning businessself driven and self motivated desire to close the deal and get resultswell presented and excellent organizational skillsexcellent interpersonal skills to develop and nurture customer relationsexcellent negotiation skillsproven ability to see the big picture, identify customer’s needs and creatively provide solutionsability to identify and capitalize on opportunities that provide solutions for the customer and additional revenue for the companystrong financial management skills and clear understanding of margin importancehonesty, loyalty, and integrityexcellent communication skills, both verbally and written that encourage customer confidence and improves customer satisfaction and loyaltyminimum of 2 years proven experience in customer account management and business developmentexperience in using crm, ideally with salesforce and phocas but not essentialproficient with microsoft office word, excel, powerpointexperience with the sale of consumable items to b2b end users is essentialvalid uk driving license, preferably clean benefits salary: basic up to £35,000 with ote potential up to £45,000 hours of work: 7.30am to 4.30pm with 30 mins for lunch holiday purchase schemesbirthday day offearly finish fridayfree food and drinks provisionreward schemesstaff discounts
Closing on 08 May
leicester | £30,000
underwriter leicester permanent 35 hours per week (monday to friday 9am - 5pm) £30,000 - £40,000 per annum benefits of the underwriter: 31 days (including bank holidays), pension scheme, on site car parking. we are recruiting an experienced underwriter to join a successful insurance company based in the leicestershire area. the main purpose of the underwriter will be to provide technical underwriter support the business. duties and responsibilities of the underwriter: underwriting and processing quotations and documentation for new business, renewal, and mid-term adjustments use of the in-house underwriting platform the ideal underwriter candidate will have: previous experience in a similar role within the insurance industryexperience in commercial insurance sector, this would be an advantagegood attention to detail with strong analytical skillsa strong work ethic and a team player mentality this is a fantastic opportunity for a driven underwriter to join a well-established company with a supportive team. please apply now!
Closing on 24 Apr
london | £40,000
we are looking for a talented operations manager who is focussed on results. a successful candidate should be self-driven, flexible and able to work independently as well as in a team setting. this is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to have a big impact on the organisation! the role is to primarily support the operations team at a busy property development company. no two days are alike, so the candidate will need to be flexible with priorities, yet effiecient and take pride in her/his work. a further purpose of the role is to improve the current processes the company relies on. tasks include but are not limited to: preparing monthly/quarterly reportsdealing with utility companies/service providers across all our sitesconducting in-depth analysis of data relating to company's operationsliaising with lawyers/accountants/consultants to gather information to aid in transactionsprovide support to all directorsstreamline existing processesdealing with tenancies, and site management please only apply if you have relevant professional experience. please be aware this is an office based job, you will be expected at the office 5 days/week. please also note, we are a dog-friendly office, so you would need to be comfortable working around dogs.
Closing on 08 May
ashford | £45,519
the starting salary for this role is £46,634 per annum based on working 36 hours per week. one of the things that i think has kept me here is the flexibility that has been afforded to me as a working mum. but also, the management support, the varied work and above all, the team spirit that we have here. we work as a collective towards shared goals and the shared goals are the wellbeing of our clients'. sarbjit malhi (senior social worker, spelthorne locality team). we currently have a vacancy for an assistant team manager(social worker qualified) to join the spelthorne locality team based in ashford, middlesex. what we can offer you; 26 days annual leave with the option to also buy additional leave if required agile working opportunities - your work/life balance is important to us!training and development - superb opportunities for developmenta supportive, 24/7 employee assistance programme car lease scheme and many more discounted life-style benefits, please visit?mybenefits?for surrey county council staff for more information. in your application, we would love to hear about your; social work qualification and social work england registration with post qualification experience, including experience in a social care setting, and your excellent understanding of the social care and health agendas.applied knowledge of adult social care legislation, including the mental capacity act and the nhs continuing healthcare national framework.effective knowledge of safeguarding vulnerable adults' procedures and be able to evidence this.your excellent communication skills that enable you to successfully manage a team and develop effective relationships, both internal and external.examples of when you have provided effective professional supervision to less experienced colleagues. you must also be able to demonstrate a track record in inter-agency partnership working.strong commitment to achieving positive, strengths-based outcomes that promote maximum community inclusion, and personal choice and control. about the role: as an assistant team manager, you will support the day to day running of a busy, dynamic team, effectively prioritising daily challenges and expectations. you will support the team manager to deliver high quality personalised adult social care. additionally, a key accountability of the role is developing staff practice ensuring the team you work within is the best it can be. we understand the challenges of day-to-day frontline social work and have put tools in place to improve your work/life balance and make day-to-day tasks more manageable. we have created an environment to put you in the best place to do your work in a more agile way, working from home, office, or other locations as appropriate. please watch our video below of sarbjit malhi's testimonial of working with our fantastic team at spelthorne! applicants must also hold a valid driving license to drive in the uk and have the use of a car. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 10th april 2023. interviews will take place on 18th april 2023. an enhanced dbs 'disclosure and barring service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) and the children's and adults' barred list checks will be required for this role. contact details for an informal discussion please contact jasmine bessey on on or email . we look forward to receiving your application and personal statement, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 13 Apr
whittington moor | £50,000
we are currently seeking an experienced financial controller to join a well-established, family-run sme based in chesterfield. the key purpose of this position is to get the finance department up to speed with the rest of the business our client looks to achieve some very exciting and ambitious growth plans. initially the role is going to involve getting involved in all day to day doing of a finance department from cash chasing and posting of invoices right through to cashflow projections and in time, also producing the monthly management accounts. this is a very hands on position and whilst working for an sme business it will also be an opportunity to grow the accounts function within the company. the ideal successful candidate will be either qualified or by experience and possess the ability to report the board and grow a team. responsibilities include: annual budget setting and overall management of the p&l budgetmonthly management accounts & cashflow forecastspurchasing, hedging, and managing of foreign currencysetup of eom payment runs.sending out customer statements and invoicesend to end sales ledger control including credit control and collections.end to end purchase ledger control including processing and posting purchase invoices and supplier payment setup.resolving all general day to day accounts queries and mailbox management.posting of bank receipts to multiple bankshmrc communications, import duties and vat filing requirements previous workplace experience as financial controller in sme businessesgood people skillssage 200 systems experienceadvanced knowledge of excel (using financial formulas and creating spreadsheets)aca, acca or cima qualificationsattention detail.willingness to get involved in the 'day-to-day doing.’likeablehumble yet confidentcustomer centricteam spirit benefits salary of £50,000 - £60,000bonusprogressioncar allowance or car optionsfree lunch and breakfastfree parking with free use of electric charging points
Closing on 03 May
burford | £32,000
job title: management accountant contract: permanent, full time (35 hours per week) salary: £32,000 - £37,000 per annum location: hybrid working from our burford office - at least two days in the office per week. closing date: 11th april 2023 interview dates: please see the recruitment process for the details blue cross is one of the uk’s leading animal welfare organisations for animals. we are a charity that supports sick, injured, and homeless pets and care for more than 40,000 animals every year through our rehoming, veterinary and education programmes. the help e offer includes veterinary treatment, finding loving new homes for pets, behavioural advice, support with pet bereavement and education for future generations. what is the role? an opportunity has arisen for us to expand our management accountant team, this new role will work alongside three other management accountants to support the senior management accountant, being responsible for efficient and accurate recording of transactions, preparation and presentation of actual and budgeted financial records and transactions and reports of management information. you will also be responsible for the accurate and timely preparation and production of weekly and monthly reports on the financial performance, cashflow position and forecasting, and investigating variances/correcting errors where necessary for dedicated departmental activities. supporting the senior management accountant in the preparation and production of interim accounts and the year-end financial statements for the group, together with disclosure notes and liaise with external auditors. working with the financial business partner in developing business models for services and fundraising activities and contribute to the development of management information provided internally and externally. ensuring that financial records are maintained in line with the group’s financial regulations and standing orders and comply with current legislation. finally ensuring that all work is in line with policies and procedures and ensuring that all calculations and assumptions are linked to supporting workings and appropriate source of information. please note that we are unable to offer sponsorship for this role. about you the person will be a pro-active and innovative individual who has a recognised accounting qualification or can demonstrate equivalent ability through relevant training and experience. you will be able to deal with a variety of complex issues and enjoy working with people at all levels within an organisation and have the skills to explain such issues using understandable terminology, steering clear of accounting jargon and be able to make a significant contribution to blue cross as a member of the finance team. the ability to think laterally about opportunities or problems and to provide reasoned advice or solutions is essential. with a professional approach to successfully interact with other employees and external customers/suppliers you will have a strong desire to provide good internal and external customer service. the person will have a creative approach, with ability to develop and implement new ways of working, and proactive and solution oriented. you will be a team worker as well as able to work on own initiative whilst being good at listening to and following instructions. you will have good organisational skills, be results focused and have the ability to be self-motivated, flexible with good time management to meet deadlines and prioritise. you will have: experienced part or qualified (actively studying) accountant (aca/acca/cima)strong numerical skills with attention to detail and accuracycomputer skills: general it skills and excellent working knowledge of excel (including pivot tables, lookups)able to communicate effectively with others, both verbally and in writingdemonstrate initiative in developing working practices to be more efficient and effective and to drive through continuous improvementunderstanding of uk gaap and international financial reporting standards reporting and consolidation accountingunderstanding of the need for accurate and timely management informationbusiness awareness and commercial acumendemonstrated commitment to change and continuous improvementability to demonstrate, understanding and apply our blue cross values although not essential, it would also be great if you had: a degree from an accounting disciplineexperience of a deadline driven environmentknowledge of access dimensions finance system or similarvat and partial exemptionexperience of producing full monthly management accounts, i&e and balance sheet including consolidation, budgeting, forecasting and group reporting in a non-for-profit environmentcharities sorp accountingproven ability to communicate with all levels of the organisation using first class interpersonal skills why blue cross our people are the most important part of delivering our purpose. if it weren’t for their amazing efforts and commitment, we would not be able to make a difference that we do today. we offer a generous benefits package that includes: 6 weeks annual leave plus bank holidaysemployee assistance programmeholiday exchange & enhanced parental leave.annual volunteer dayslong service awards, starting from 5 years.vast range of discounts across high street stores, insurance services & more the recruitment process the first stage of the recruitment process will consist of a competency-based interview on 18th april 2023. successful candidates will be invited back to a second stage interview week commencing 24th april 2023 which will include a finance assessment. to apply for this role, all candidates must complete the online application process. we reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive an overwhelming response.
Closing on 11 Apr
loughton | £50,000
who are we? founded in 1992 and with over 300 employees galliard homes is london's largest privately owned property development and management group overseeing residential, hospitality, mixed-use, and commercial projects across london, the home counties, and the midlands. galliard has a £4 billion portfolio of over 6,905 homes and 296,065 square feet of commercial developments under construction. with an impressive portfolio of award-winning developments, we are proud to be considered as london's leading property developer. the position this is a great opportunity to join a financial accounting team, who are evolving to meet the demands of a growing business. whilst core responsibilities include the preparation and filing of the statutory accounts for the group companies, and preparation and assistance during year-end audit, the role will have the opportunity to shape the group quarterly management account reporting, including exposure to group consolidation as well as build key relationships across the reporting structure to ensure accurate and informative reporting to assist in commercial decision making. the galliard homes group consists of c250 companies within a complex group structure involving various types of entity and degree of ownership. individual spvs (special purpose vehicles) are used to administer development projects that the group undertakes, which are either uk limited companies or llps. the majority of these vehicles are 100% owned but some are part owned or operated as joint ventures. you will be responsible for the following duties: preparation of audit packs, ensuring completeness and analysis of balances.preparation of statutory accounts.assisting auditors during the audit process.preparation and filing of dormant accounts.preparation of monthly management accounts for inclusion within group consolidated reporting.input into quarterly reporting pack including commentary and reporting of key variances.checking tax computations and ixbrl tagging of accounts for hmrc filing.company secretarial duties.liaising with external joint venture partners, internal project managers, surveyors etc to maintain accurate reporting records and explore and respond to queries.financial business partnering with various stakeholders around the business to ensure information is accurate and up to date. the person the successful candidate will demonstrate the following: must be acca/cima/aca qualified.good communicator - able to approach stakeholders at any level on own initiative to aide understanding of results and to question any anomalies.experience in preparing all aspects of statutory accounts including full disclosure notes and preparation of full audit file including balance sheet reconciliations is essential.sound knowledge of accounting standards and an understanding of frs 102.preferable experience of ifrs.team player.dynamic work ethic with an ability to think outside the box and pick up new knowledge quickly.advanced excel user.ability to assimilate new software quickly. the benefits as a family-owned business, we want everyone to feel at home from day one. in return for commitment, loyalty, and hard work, we offer benefits ranging from: 24 days holiday plus bank holidayslife assuranceprivate healthcarematching contribution pension schemediscretionary salary and bonus reviewemployee assistance programmediscounted gym membershipsdiscount portalcycle to work schemevolunteeringsponsorship of professional qualifications and accreditations
Closing on 01 May
reading | £34,000
porsche retail group have an excellent opportunity for a service advisor to work for one of the world’s most iconic brands and join the prestigious and growing team at porsche centre reading. this state of art newly refurbished showroom is the first “destination porsche” centre in the uk. the centre shares a site with porsche central operations and both the porsche retail group and porsche cars great britain head offices, with shared facilities including an onsite restaurant, coffee bar and parking. the site is also located within walking distance of a local shopping park.please note: to be considered for this role, you must hold a full uk driving licence and have recent automotive service department experience.about the companyporsche retail group is a wholly owned subsidiary of porsche cars great britain and are one of the largest porsche dealer groups in the uk, representing five porsche centres located in guildford, hatfield, mayfair, reading and west london. porsche retail group are proud to be one of best companies’ top 100 large companies to work for in the uk, as well as a top 5 company in automotive, and combine an outstanding working environment with great benefits and an extremely competitive package.about the roleas a service advisor, you will be responsible for: advising potential, new and existing customers on which service, or maintenance, may be required to be performed on their vehicleprocessing customer vehicles for service and repair in accordance with the workshop standardisation processproviding a quality ownership experience at all times whilst achieving porsche retail group targets and working within internal and external compliance frameworks. about the responsibilitiesin the role of service advisor, you will: ascertain the customers’ automotive problems by listening to customer's description of symptoms; clarifying description of problems; conducting technical visual inspections via the direct dialogue bay; checking vehicle maintenance records; examining service schedules as appropriatetake bookings from walk in customers and upsell services and accessoriesprepare job cards for future bookings and ensure all relevant information is correct by a pre-call to the customerensure all keys to vehicles on site are processed through the ‘e-tag’ system highlighting any areas of concern to the service team managerprepare service and repair estimates as per manufacturer labour operations, advising on routine maintenance / repair services requiredtrack the vehicle through the workshop, remaining in constant communication with the customer during the repair process, updating the customer as required and ensuring delivery of the vehicle at the promised timeprepare invoices in the dealer management systems (dms) from the integrated workshop information system (piwis) technical ‘write up’ and visual health check report and take payment from the customerconduct post service follow ups 24 hours after the customer has collected their vehicle to ensure customer satisfactionupdate your job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading manufacturers' publicationsachieve the porsche retail group experience accreditation within 18 months of commencing employment. about the rewardsfor the role of service advisor, the hours of work are monday to friday 8.30am to 6.30pm and 1 in 4 saturdays 8.00am to 1.00pm.there is a basic salary on offer of up to £34,000 per annum, depending on experience, with an annual bonus of circa £6,000+. you will also receive a fantastic benefits package, including: 25 days holiday per year plus bank holidaysoption of a vw group vehicle at preferential leasing rates private medical insurancedc pension schemelife insurancestaff preferential ratesemployee discounts programmeemployee assistance programme how to applyplease note that erecruitsmart is advertising the role of service advisor on behalf of porsche retail group. your cv will be sent to the hiring manager who is responsible for the vacancy that you have applied to. please only apply if you consent to these terms.you must have eligibility to work in the uk. please note, only suitable applicants will be contacted. if your address and contact details are not on your cv, you will not be considered.we look forward to hearing from you!service advisor, customer support, motor, automotive, dealership, aftersales
Closing on 16 Apr
poole | £45,000
poole uk / hybrid £45,000 plus diversity matters we are building a brand that represents the people of the world. it’s what you do that counts, and we are always looking to expand perspectives and voices to shape our future. who we are you might know us as the inventors of the bath bomb, but there’s more to this great-smelling, partly employee-owned, family-run company than pioneering cosmetics. we believe our business should put more back into the world than it takes and demonstrate that capitalism can be a force for good. we put our people first and fight cruel practices like animal testing, promote regeneration, and show that it is what’s inside that counts - whether that’s an ingredient in a product, or the minerals in a smartphone. the team lush has 870 retail stores in 50 countries and manufacturing facilities in 6 countries, generating a brand turnover of £860m. all global subsidiaries report to the group finance team, which is responsible for the consolidation and review of such information. the team is split into four areas, financial accounting, tax, treasury and management accounting where this role sits. the role and responsibilities: market-by-market review of group management accounts including p&l, balance sheet, and cash flow. this will include the monthly actuals, changes to the forecast, and also a thorough review of market commentaries to ensure quality and accuracy. preparation of a monthly finance commentary to cover the consolidated european p&l. this would explain key variances in sales and profitability and provide a wealth of market-level insight for the group fd work closely with the local finance teams and provide coaching where necessary to improve the accuracy and timeliness of all management reporting act as a consultant and ensure that best practice is adopted in all markets. areas of focus include the efficiency of key financial processes and working towards a finance transformation by leveraging systems, technology, and automation support with the coordination and review of quarterly forecast submissions alongside the retail, digital, and brand finance business partners assist and provide guidance to the local financial controllers on recruitment, pay, and performance management in reviewing the management accounts, identify opportunities for profit growth and cost efficiencies and work with the local finance teams to drive improvements guide and encourage the local finance teams to adopt the uk best practice model for finance business partnering and operational support support the group tax and audit managers in all aspects significant ad hoc project work and support for the wider business ad hoc analysis to support the group fd skills and experience: qualified accountant aca/acca/cima or equivalent experience in high volume, vertically integrated retail and digital operations including manufacturing environments managerial background and experience working within a retail finance team experience with retail erp systems and a passion for technology-driven process improvement experience in commentary writing and the ability to effectively communicate finance to non-finance people proficient in excel/google sheets and the creation of engaging presentations in google slides ability to build relationships quickly and work collaboratively with people across the business willingness to travel abroad foreign languages are helpful but not essential how to apply: if all this sounds like you, please send us your cv and covering letter detailing why you want to become a part of the cosmetic revolution. what’s it like working for lush people are at the heart of our business. we want you to enjoy and challenge yourself, build a career, and teach us what we don’t know, so we’ve created a culture where your job description is a starting point, not an end goal. our working style is flexible, fluid, supportive, and authentic - if you’ve got the drive to push yourself and try different things, you will have our support. you can find more information here - weare.lush.com employee perks: 25 days holiday plus bank holidays *6 months’ full pay for parental leave (primary caregiver) *enhanced paternity leave bonus scheme day off for weekday birthdays holiday purchase scheme 50% discount on lush products and spa treatments cycle to work scheme discounted rail and bus season tickets employee assistance programme financial childcare support on return to work we’re 10% employee owned, our colleagues have the opportunity to influence positive change in the business and have their voice heard support groups, film nights, yoga, meditation sessions and much more *qualifying period required
Closing on 10 Apr
guildford | £46,634
the salary range for this role is £46,634 per annum based on a 36-hour working week. this is an exciting opportunity to work within our royal surrey county hospital team. promoting choice and control is at the heart of everything we do. at surrey, we are proud to be leading the way in implementing new ways of working in personalisation and a recovery-focused strength-based approach. what we can offer you; annual leave - with the opportunity to buy up to 10 days additional annual leave agile working opportunities - your work/life balance is important to us!training and development - superb opportunities for development including a readiness programme, preceptorship, structured induction programme a supportive, 24/7 employee assistance programme car lease scheme and many more discounted life-style benefits in your application, we would love to hear about your; post qualification experience, including some management experience in a social care settingeffective knowledge of safeguarding vulnerable adults' procedures and be able to evidence thiscompetent it skills and willingness to learn to use a variety of software systemsevidence of providing effective professional supervision to less experienced colleaguesapplicants must hold a valid driving licence and have access to a car about the role we are looking for an assistant team manager who will be able to demonstrate a high level of understanding and commitment to the personalisation agenda. you will have an applied knowledge of adult social care legislation including the mental capacity act and the nhs continuing healthcare national framework. this role requires an excellent communicator to demonstrate the skills and ability to manage and support the day to day running of a busy, dynamic team effectively prioritising daily challenges and expectations. applicants must hold a professional social work, occupational therapy, nursing or other relevant allied health qualification, have completed any post qualification practice or training requirements, and have current professional registration with their relevant registration authority. the job advert closes at 23:59 on 10/04/2023 with interviews to follow. an enhanced dbs 'disclosure and barring service' check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) and the children's and adults' barred list checks will be required for this role. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit the advert on the employer site. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 13 Apr
loughton | £55,000
who are we? founded in 1992 and with over 300 employees, galliard homes is london's largest privately owned property development and management group overseeing residential, hospitality, mixed-use, and commercial projects across london, the home counties, and the midlands. galliard has a £4 billion portfolio of over 6,000 homes and 714,088 square feet of commercial developments under construction. with an impressive portfolio of award-winning developments, we are proud to be considered as london's leading property developer. the position we are currently looking to recruit a deputy head of finance with acca or equivalent and considerable experience in the service charge accounting field. this role sits within the in-house property management department at the group and will be reporting to the head of finance as the number two position within the accounts team and will report to the company director in the head of finance's absence. the successful candidate will ultimately be responsible for leading the day-to-day function of the accounts and credit control teams, and will be expected to be hands on, dealing with the most complex service charge accounts. this is a role where you need to be able to perform every aspect of the functions you are supervising. key responsibilities: manage a team of 8 direct reports and 3 indirect (7 in accounts and 1 in credit control / legal).mentor and support the professional development of the team.ensure that reconciliations are performed regularly, and strong financial controls are observed.prepare monthly management accounts and prepare the company's year end pack for the auditors.prepare tbs and draft year end service charge accounts on the more complex sites.supervise and sign off tbs, service charge year end accounts and year end reports prepared by the accounts team and liaise with the external certifying accountants.monitor purchase ledger unauthorised bills and report weekly to highlight and avoid backlogs.prepare monthly analysis of debtors by site and cost type and interpret that analysis for non-financial stakeholders.analyse external staffing costs to ensure all extra costs are fully understood.forecast staffing and utility costs as part of budget preparation and mid-year revision.perform mid-year expenditure reviews with the team and advise on actions needed.prepare ad-hoc reports as required by leaseholders or internal stakeholders.check and approve payments on barclays.oversee and support the team in the preparation of vat returns and trust tax returns.apply professionalism, accountability, and integrity in all dealings for and on behalf of clients and within galliard.champion exceptional customer services and ensure high levels are maintained.encourage close working links between the property management team, accounts team, and credit control/legal team.along with the head of property, ensure both property and finance teams work effectively to deliver budgets, year ends and mid-year reviews on time.have a good knowledge of vat accounting for service charges and rent on both residential and commercial sites.be involved in establishing new accounting processes as needed, for instance in response to changing legislation.identify the need and source training sessions from external companies as needed.assist in the maintenance and development of software systems and technology such as bluebox. be involved in making the existing systems meet our changing needs.contribute your ideas to departmental policies, driving change and improvements. skills required: experience in the service charge accounting field.must be fully qualified acca or equivalent.an understanding of the principles of lease structure and aptitude to read and interpret a range of leases and legal documents.you need to enjoy preparing detailed analysis, have an eye for the detail and keep sight of the big picture.advanced excel.to uphold the ethics of service charge management to ensure compliance.an in-depth comprehension of budgets and accounts, apportionment's, utility billing, vat, banking, and credit control.ability to delegate, supervise and develop junior members of staff.understanding of data security including gdpr. the person: maintains a positive attitude, is upbeat, flexible, and confident.ability to work under pressure and prioritise their workload.passionate about clients and a customer-first approach.self-starter with excellent organisational skills and accurate attention to detail.strong communication skills, quickly able to gain trust and confidence with people at all levels.pro-active and enjoys working both independently and in a team, building and maintaining strong cross-functional relationships.leads by example. the benefits as a family-owned business, we want everyone to feel at home from day one. in return for commitment, loyalty, and hard work, we offer benefits ranging from: 24 days holiday plus bank holidays.life assurance.private health care.matching contribution pension scheme.discretionary salary and bonus review.employee assistance programme.discounted gym memberships.discount portal.cycle to work scheme.volunteering.sponsorship of professional qualifications and accreditation's.
Closing on 27 Apr
horsham | £40,000
the commercial accountant will co-ordinate with both the finance and commercial finance function to identify where margin is potentially at risk, and to ensure that all customers and supplier's invoices are in line with their agreements. they will escalate issues as they arise, and ensure robust controls are in place. the ideal candidate will possess strong sql skills to extract data to be analysed with a high degree of accuracy, to reduce the risk of lost profit margin, and provide accurate provisions to the finance team at month end, working to strict deadlines. education, experience and skills: essential: analytical with experience in data extraction, manipulation, and presentation.knowledge of financial processes and controls.knowledge of the logistics / distribution industry is desirable but not essential. desirable: excellent knowledge of sql.good knowledge of excel, with experience of managing large and complex data sets.knowledge of power bi and netsuite is desirable, but not essential. skills: present findings & insight to key stakeholders in a clear and concise mannerhigh level of attention to detail.able to work off their own initiative.positive attitude and a team playergood problem-solving skills & drive to continuously improve solutions through key competencies: a keen eye for detail is essential alongside a talent for problem solving and analysis.excellent knowledge in sql and excel skills.ability to multitask to meet deadlines.ability to work independently and collaboratively within a team environment.
Closing on 26 Apr
london | £58,000
more than you expected grant thornton uk llp is part of a global network of independent audit, tax and advisory firms, made up of some 58,000 people in over 135 countries. we're a team of independent thinkers who put quality, inclusion and integrity first. all around the world we bring a different experience to our clients. a better experience. one that delivers the expertise they need in a way that goes beyond. personal, proactive, and agile. that's grant thornton. new ground won’t break itself. every day our teams help people in businesses and communities to do what is right and achieve their goals. within financial services business risk services (fs brs) we provide financial services institutions (e.g. retail banks, investment banks, large pension administrators and asset managers) with the advice necessary to manage risk and improve business performance. we do this across a number of service lines aligned to our areas of expertise, including internal audit, finance risk, technology, cyber and compliance. our team comprises of individuals who deliver objective and value-added solutions that enable our clients to strengthen internal controls and governance processes, implement sound organisational strategies, increase technological capabilities and improve operational efficiency. we’re happy to talk flexible working and consider reduced hours and job shares, we’ll support you to balance your work and life a look into the role as a financial services internal it audit assistant manager within our fs brs practice, you will: support the day to day delivery of service audit reports across a variety of clients work with other team members from our onshore and offshore team to deliver controls assurance services across a financial services portfolio to time and budget. help coach and support other team members to deliver working papers to expected quality standards. support close out meetings with senior client management. knowing you’re right for us joining us as a financial services internal it audit assistant manager, the minimum criteria you’ll need is experience of service auditor reporting (e.g. soc1, soc2, isae 3402 or aaf /20 type controls assurance reports). it would be great if you had some of the following skills, but don’t worry if you don’t tick every box, we’ll help you develop along the way. it audit / internal audit experience of delivering controls assurance services to financial services clients knowing we’re right for you embracing uniqueness, the culture at grant thornton thrives on the contributions of all our people, we never settle for what is easy, we look beyond to deliver the right thing, for everyone. building an inclusive culture, where we value difference and respect our colleagues helps our people to perform at the best of their ability and realise their potential. our open and accessible culture means you’ll interact with leaders who are interested in you and everything you bring to our firm. the things that set you apart, we value them. that’s why we give you the freedom to bring your whole self to work and pursue your passions inside and outside of work. beyond the job life is more than work. the things you do, and the people you’re with outside of work matter, that’s why we’re happy to look at flexible working options for all our roles, and we’ll always do our best to keep your work and life in balance. the impact you can make here will go far beyond your day job. from secondments, to fundraising for local charities, or investing in entrepreneurs in the developing world, you’ll be giving back to society. it’s that drive to do the right thing that runs through our every move, grounded in our clearr values - collaboration, leadership, excellence, agility, respect and responsibility. we’re looking for people who want to contribute, spark fresh ideas and go beyond expectations. people who want to be able to proudly do what’s right, for the firm, our clients, our people and themselves. it’s how it should be.
Closing on 26 Apr
london | £40,500
about the rolewe are looking for an operations manager to join our team, who will be responsible for ensuring the profitable, efficient and safe operation of all allocated contracts, within the london region. this will include all peripheral services supplied to customers by wider ocs sectors and preferred suppliers.you will provide a quality service delivery to all customers in accordance with legislative requirements and company procedures while ensuring effective and adequate financial forecasting, budgeting, and analysis of direct cost and overhead. you'll need to have a proven track record of successful client relationship management. the job attracts a salary of £40,500 per annum plus a £5100 per annum car allowanceresponsibilities will include: manage the delivery of all services in your specific area to provide consistently high levels of performance that meet contractual obligations to customers and the strategic objectives of the divisionhave full p & l accountability for your area of operation and ensure that it is managed within budget, ensuring that maximum revenue and gross margin are achieved.develop plans for the profitable growth of your area, defining key goals and timelines for the development of the area.communicate clearly and positively with staff at all levels in your area to create a focus on business goals and build an environment where all staff are valued for their contributionbuild a network of close partnerships with customers in the area, developing strong account management and encouraging multi-level relationships between all services, teams, and customer teamssupport the sales function where required in preparing commercial tenders and in delivering sales presentations relevant to developing the business in the area.take ownership of retaining sold properties within the area.assist the regional operations manager in retaining national business including a full business development processesprovide leadership to line managed teams offering professional guidance and direction, developing effective communication strategies.establish and maintain highly effective customer relationships through periodical meetings, this will require acknowledging differing customer groups who sometimes have competing priorities.to lead and manage a team of site managers and supervisors ensuring excellence levels are maintained and that adequate cover is established for all sites during periods of holidays and absence. qualifications & experience required: hold current health & safety certificationsia front line or non-frontline licence holderexperience of managing a multi-site, service based, national, low margin business with a minimum turnover of £7m.proven track record of delivering on target p&l, retention, and growth performance.evidence of "hands-on" operational experience and a track record of successful client relationship management.proven record of managing, motivating, developing and retaining a dispersed workforceevidence of "hands-on" operational experience and a track record of successful client relationship management.must be self-motivated and results orientated with effective inter - personal skills and the ability to communicate at all levels.highly organised with the ability to prioritise workload and delegate effectively to direct reports what will you get in return? an enhanced pension scheme (above auto enrolment rates) - to save for the futurelife assurance - to protect your family should the worst happen25 days holiday, plus 8 bank holidays on topoption to purchase additional annual leaveprivate medical insurance - to protect youaccess to 100s of high street discountsfinancial wellbeing support - access to low interest loansrecognition scheme 'ocs stars'- monetary rewards given to top performerstraining and development- apprenticeships, e-learning, english as a second language and our award nominated 'impact' programmelong service awardscycle to work scheme- discounted bicyclesaccess to our employee assistance programme- 24-7 health & wellbeing support about the companyat ocs, we're a proud bunch of around 20,000 colleagues who put customer service at the heart of everything we do. we are not just a cleaning company; we hire security officers, caterers, landscapers, and engineers to name just a few. our job and career opportunities are endless for full-time, part-time, and casual positions, in addition to countless internal opportunities for existing colleagues. we are big believers in supporting and investing in our colleagues from their very first day because we know that our people are critical to our business and making sure we deliver for our customers. this is what makes ocs a great place to work.
Closing on 24 Apr
southampton | £30,400
job title: motor underwritercontract type: permanent, full time, part time flexible options availablesalary range: £30,400 - £45,600location: eastleigh or bournemouth #smartworking hybridclosing date for applications: sunday 26th march 2023 motor underwriter: we have an exciting opportunity for a motor underwriter to join our underwriting team at ageas. reporting to the senior underwriter, the successful candidate will deliver profitable performance from the direct and broker standard motor accounts through pro-active account management, manage each allocated account within acceptable kpi's and ensure we stay at the forefront of underwriting developments and develop strong working relationships. as a motor underwriter, responsibilities included working with senior underwriters and regularly review trading performance and risk mix to ensure it is in line with risk appetites. in order to maintain profitability ageas relies on our ability to quickly identify areas of extreme performance, analyse trends and to react rapidly by adjusting rates and underwriting rules. there will be an expectation to visit the eastleigh office up to three days per month. main responsibilities as motor underwriter: monitor direct and standard motor existing schemes and accounts, analysing their performance, profile of business, underwriting rules and documentation to achieve budgeted performance.evaluate new product propositions in order to identify potentially profitable business and decide / recommend (as appropriate) pricing, underwriting rules, product covers and documentation to achieve profitable growth.review the underwriting acceptance rules and documentation and make underwriting changes/recommendations, as appropriate.produce and maintain scheme documentation outlining all underwriting, rating and procedural differences between direct and other standard motor ageas products.recommend new underwriting concepts, product covers and documentation by utilising market / legal / competitor analysis.support the underwriting and pricing teams by recommending new enhancements or alterations to pricing or underwriting.ensure that the business written by ageas is processed by our operational teams in the correct manner.key liaison point with external service providers and internal sales, claims and other management teams skills and experience you need as motor underwriter a good degree of numeracy with a strong ability to analyse and interpret data.previous experience in an underwriting and/or pricing environment is essential.a sound understanding of underwriting and pricing principles and experience of a wide range of technical issuesproficient in using excelproject management experienceproactive and innovative.confident decision-maker who exhibits a willingness to take responsibility.ability to prioritise work to meet deadlinesability to work and communicate confidently with people at all levels, internally and externally.a good working knowledge of the motor market.educated to 'a' level standard or very good gcse grades/cii equivalent. here are some of the benefits you can enjoy within the motor underwriter role based in eastleigh: at ageas we offer a wide range of benefits to support you and your family inside and outside of work, which helped us achieve, top employer status in the uk. flexible working - smart working @ ageas gives employees flexibility around location (as long as it's within the uk) and, for many of our roles, flexibility within the working day to manage other commitments, such as school drop offs etc. we also offer all our vacancies part-time/job-shares . we also offer a minimum of 35 days holiday (inc. bank holidays) and you can buy and sell days. supporting your health - dental insurance health cash plan, health screening, will writing, voluntary critical illness, mental health first aiders, well being activities - yoga, mindfulness. supporting your wealth - annual bonus schemes, annual salary reviews, competitive pension, employee savings, employee loans. supporting you at work - well-being activities, yoga, mindfulness sessions, sports and social club events and more. supporting you and your family - maternity/pregnant parent/primary adopter entitlement of 16 weeks' at full pay and paternity/non-pregnant parent/co-adopter at 8 weeks' full pay. benefits for them - partner life assurance and critical illness cover getting around - car salary exchange, cycle scheme, vehicle breakdown cover get some tech - deals on various gadgets including wearables, tablets and laptops. supporting you back to work - return to work programme after maternity leave about ageas:we're one of the largest car and home insurers in the uk. our people help ageas to be a thriving, creative and innovative place to work, which is echoed in the service we provide to over four million customers.as an inclusive employer, we encourage anyone to apply. we're a signatory of the race at work charter and women in finance charter, a stonewall diversity champion and a disability confident employer (which means interviews are guaranteed for applicants with a disability who meet the minimum role criteria). for more information please see ageas everyone.our aim is to have great people everywhere in our business and we're always looking for outstanding people to join us. most roles across ageas allow a proportion of your time to be spent working from home and we're open to discussing flexible working, including full-time, part-time or job share arrangements.to find out more about ageas, see about us. want to be part of a winning team? come and join ageas. click on the 'apply button' to be considered for our motor underwriter opportunity at ageas in eastleigh.
Closing on 20 Apr