Management Accountant

Management Accountant

Reporting to the Managing Director with a dotted line responsibility to a main board Director, the position of Management Accountant is a new position within the business structure and sits alongside the position of Financial Accountant.

The role of Management Accountant is responsible for the following:

  • Detailed analysis of the monthly profit and loss account from Sales to EBITA.
  • Management reporting requirements concerning utilisation of labour and capital assets.
  • Costing new workload and re-costing existing workload as required.
  • Ad-hoc and focussed review and analysis of business issues that arise on a case by case basis.

This distinguishes from the role of the Financial Accountant which will focus upon:

  • Day to day management of all ledgers, cash flow, invoice finance facility, VAT and other regular taxation returns.  Annual audit preparation and key interaction with auditors
  • Management of a team of 4 heads including Accounts Assistant, Credit Controller, Purchase Ledger Controller, payroll clerk
  • Timely preparation of the standard month end reporting pack for both internal and external reporting purposes

The Management Accountant role will report to the managing Director with dotted line responsibility to a main board Director of the company.  The Financial Accountant role does exactly the opposite

The Management Accountant will ideally have the following:

  • A detailed understanding of the operational aspects and requirements of the business.
  • Exposure to a service based industry where detail is clearly mandated.
  • A keen eye for both detail but with a clear understanding of information needs.

The ideal candidate is likely to be a CIMA qualified accountant, but this is not mandatory.  However, experience and capability are essential.  The right person will hit the ground running.

If interested in this role please apply to careers@atl.co.uk complete with you CV and covering letter detailing how you meet the above criteria and include your salary expectations.