Commercial Accountant

Location Buckinghamshire
Discipline: Accountancy & Finance Recruitment
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £ £40000.00 - £50000.00 per annum
Contact name: Ayrton Fontaine

Contact email: afontaine@theonegroup.co.uk
Job ref: BBBH37199_1609847492
Published: 19 days ago
Startdate: ASAP

The ONE Group are currently partnering with a globally recognised organisation, who are a stand out name in their industry. They are currently on the look out for a Qualified, Commercially minded Commercial Accountant to join their Milton Keynes based finance team on a full time permanent basis.

The role will see you reporting directly to the Financial Controller and you will work closely with them to provide senior stakeholders with detailed analysis of budgets and forecasts. Your day to day duties will also include heading up reporting schedules, maintaining the company's BI System and SQL database and reviewing cost saving strategies with senior management.

To be considered for this role you will either be a Qualified or entering your final exams for ACCA/CIMA/ACA and will need to possess a strong SQL background. Microsoft BI experience is highly desirable.

The salary for this role is between £40,000 & £50,000 per annum depending on skills and experience.

With offices in Cambridge, Northampton and Peterborough - The ONE Group's recruitment specialists offer unparalleled recruitment expertise across seven specialist divisions; Accountancy & Finance, Executive Search, HR, IT, Marketing, Office Support and Technical.

Whether you are looking to advertise a job, or take the next step in your career, we offer an ever-growing employment network, which currently exceeds 50,000 people in the East of England and The Midlands.

We pride ourselves in adding value to any recruitment experience, with the foundation of our success coming from customer service, expert knowledge of the local marketplace and our understanding of the significant value people can add to the workplace.

This isn't just recruitment, it's Recruitment as it should be