Electrician

We are looking for an experienced Electrician to join one of our Facilities Management Client working on various sites within Surrey, Hampshire and London. 

These sites include MoD, Hospitals and commercial properties.

Successful applicants will be required to complete and pass security vetting for this role.

Successful applicants should be fully qualified, highly motivated with an ability to work alone and as part of a team. 

The work will involve maintenance, commercial installations and Periodic inspecting and testing.

·         NVQ level 3

·         ECS Gold card holder 

·         Testing 2391 qualified with practical hands on inspection & testing experience

·         BS 7671 18th edition regulations desirable.

Electrician can go straight to client’s sites from Home.

Salary £35,000.00 – £39,000.00, dependant on qualifications and experience.

Office Cleaners

Job Description

We are looking for Office Cleaners to work for one of our client’s Head Office based in High Wycombe.

Basic duties:

Emptying of waste and recycling bins, wash as needed and add new liners.
Dusting and wiping surfaces.
Vacuuming carpet areas.
Sweeping
mopping of all hard floors
other general office cleaning as instructed

You must have previous cleaning experience within office environment preferred.

Working hours: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (Monday to Friday)

Rate of Pay: £8.72 per hour

Multi Skilled Engineer

Hammersmith, Southall (UB2)
· From £15 to £18 per hour depends on experience
Our Client is the largest manufacturer of Taste & Nutrition technologies and Functional Ingredients and Actives for the global food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. They are looking to hire: Multi- Skilled Engineer

Key Responsibilities

· Respond to Breakdowns and carry out PPMs
· Carry out regular inspections and safety checks on equipment, building and services.
· Participate in problem solving activities. Electrical and mechanical process trouble shooting.
· Complete electro-mechanical repairs to high speed food processing, handling and packaging equipment.
· Supply technical support for the plant facilities & services including compressed air, steam, refrigeration and effluent plant.
· All repair requirements including services, buildings and grounds.
· Carry out tasks allocated by the Engineering Manager or Supervisor
· Inform Engineering Manager or Supervisor of any issue that cannot be resolved for more than half an hour
· Keep records
Innovation:

Engage with equipment and new technology to ensure the effective operation of the production and services equipment and the resolution of any problems.

Planning:

· In the event of serious breakdowns, to use the current escalation procedure to notify necessary people.
Manufacturing Support:

· To work with the Process Team on new products and processes ensuring they are planned, implemented and reviewed so as to be seamlessly integrated into current processes.
Technical Training:

· Partake and when relevant deliver technical training to the production team members with the emphasis being one-point lessons on the key pieces of equipment.
Information Management:

· Spare Parts: to log and record the usage of all spare parts.
Feedback all relevant technical information to production members and to other team members where relevant.

Specific Skill Requirement

Education :

Essential

Relevant third level engineering qualification or a time served apprenticeship in a high volume, highly automated manufacturing environment

Desirable

HND or Degree in Engineering

Technical :

Essential

Proven experience in a high volume, highly automated manufacturing environment

Specialisation in electro- mechanical, automation & control.

Computer literate

Excellent written and spoken English

Desirable:

An understanding of the principles and tools of lean manufacturing.

An understanding of all the equipment within the production stream.

PLC experience

This will initially be on a temp to perm position.

Multi Skilled Factory Engineer

From £15 to £18 per hour depends on experience

Our Client is the largest manufacturer of Taste & Nutrition technologies and Functional Ingredients and Actives for the global food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. They are looking to hire: Multi- Skilled Engineer

Key Responsibilities

· Respond to Breakdowns and carry out PPMs
· Carry out regular inspections and safety checks on equipment, building and services.
· Participate in problem solving activities. Electrical and mechanical process trouble shooting.
· Complete electro-mechanical repairs to high speed food processing, handling and packaging equipment.
· Supply technical support for the plant facilities & services including compressed air, steam, refrigeration and effluent plant.
· All repair requirements including services, buildings and grounds.
· Carry out tasks allocated by the Engineering Manager or Supervisor
· Inform Engineering Manager or Supervisor of any issue that cannot be resolved for more than half an hour
· Keep records
Innovation:

Engage with equipment and new technology to ensure the effective operation of the production and services equipment and the resolution of any problems.

Planning:

· In the event of serious breakdowns, to use the current escalation procedure to notify necessary people.
Manufacturing Support:

· To work with the Process Team on new products and processes ensuring they are planned, implemented and reviewed so as to be seamlessly integrated into current processes.
Technical Training:

· Partake and when relevant deliver technical training to the production team members with the emphasis being one-point lessons on the key pieces of equipment.
Information Management:

· Spare Parts: to log and record the usage of all spare parts.
Feedback all relevant technical information to production members and to other team members where relevant.

Specific Skill Requirement

Education :

Essential

Relevant third level engineering qualification or a time served apprenticeship in a high volume, highly automated manufacturing environment

Desirable

HND or Degree in Engineering

Technical :

Essential

Proven experience in a high volume, highly automated manufacturing environment

Specialisation in electro- mechanical, automation & control.

Computer literate

Excellent written and spoken English

Desirable:

An understanding of the principles and tools of lean manufacturing.

An understanding of all the equipment within the production stream.

PLC experience

This will initially be on a temp to perm position.

VAT Manager

Oxford (OX1),
· From £40,000 to £60,000 per annum depends on experience

We are recruiting for a VAT Manager to join an expanding Top 100 accountancy firm at its modern and spacious office in Oxford. This is a key role that offers flexible working and the potential to be full-time or part-time.

This innovative firm has a client base comprising private clients, owner-managed businesses and large international subsidiaries and has a specialist team acting for international businesses, advising on international tax for firms looking to establish overseas offices and foreign companies investing in the UK.

The successful candidate will take a lead role in providing VAT Advisory Services to existing clients and offer specialist VAT advice on complicated transactions.

As VAT Manager your responsibilities will include:

· To be actively responsible for all commercial aspects of VAT work undertaken and optimising financial outcomes, leading and managing the firms VAT advisory services provided to both existing clients and on new assignments and projects
· Conduct in-depth reviews of clients’ business tax systems to establish if their VAT is being dealt with thoroughly and accurately and advise on a beneficial VAT structure ensuring compliance and payments are made on time
· Contribute to the efficient and successful delivery of indirect tax services to the client
· Have input into the development of consultancy work and projects for the firm as a whole, cross selling to other departments and assist colleagues with general VAT advice to clients
· Review prepared VAT returns; liaise and negotiate with HMRC on behalf of clients
· Plan and manage assignments ensuring completion to high standards and within budget
· To contribute to winning new work by proactively managing existing clients and networking to win new clients
· Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and communicate effectively to enable partners and staff to enhance their VAT awareness
· Assisting the firm’s training function, as required
· Managing the successful delivery of VAT projects, ensuring technical excellence and practical/business driven approach is taken
The requirements for this role are as follows:

· Be qualified ACA, ACCA, CIMA or CTA with 3-4 years tax/VAT experience within practice
· Proven track record of professional experience in providing VAT advisory services
· Strong client relationship skills
· Proven project management and collaborative leadership skills with the ability to prioritise and meet tight timeframes with high quality output
· Experience and willingness to network and develop new business leads
· Extensive experience in cooperating with HMRC
· Strong communication skills, verbal and written
· Exceptional attention to detail
· Strong IT skills
· Be a positive, self-motivated, and confident team player
This highly successful and expanding firm will offer the VAT Manager:

· A competitive salary and benefits package including pension, life assurance and a retail discount scheme, generous holiday allowance + ability to buy/sell holiday
· Flexible working
· Exposure to a wide range of clients across many industry sectors
· Comprehensive induction and buddy to help you get up to speed in your first few months
· Regular company and team social events throughout the year
· A light and airy, recently refurbished spacious modern office
· A wellbeing programme focusing on your physical and mental wellbeing
· Charity fundraising events
Submit your CV for this VAT Manager role

Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, if we have not responded to your application within five days please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.

Senior Accountant

Maidenhead (SL6),
· From £35,000 to £50,000 per annum depends on experience
Due to continued expansion, our client is looking to recruit a Senior Accountant to join its friendly team within this forward-thinking accountancy practice on the outskirts of Maidenhead. Working on a portfolio of clients, this role will incorporate a wide range of duties, although the company will mould the role around an exceptional candidate’s specialisms to suit.

Reporting to the Partners, the main functions of the Senior Accountant will include:

· Assisting with the management of a portfolio of clients, being the first point of contact and responding to client enquiries in an accurate and timely manner
· Accounts preparation
· Management accounts and VAT
· Involvement with all aspects of tax, including advisory work and returns
· The management of both corporate clients and individuals
Given the nature of this firm, the successful candidate will make the portfolio their own, and will essentially be a client manager for the personal portfolio of clients.

To be considered for this position applicant should have the following skills and experience:

· Good working knowledge of accounting standards, corporation tax, income tax, VAT
· Be qualified or part qualified ACA, ACCA, AAT or qualified by experience accountant
· Previous experience within a practice environment is essential
· Competent with the Microsoft Office Suite as well as familiarity with accountancy, taxation and practice management software
· Be a team player and able to work on your own initiative
· Have excellent written and verbal communication skills to interact with the team and clients
· Some experience of payroll would be useful, although not essential
In return for your skills and dedication, this dynamic firm will offer a competitive salary and benefits, depending upon experience, within a supportive and friendly working environment.

Submit your CV for this Senior Accountant role

Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, if we have not responded to your application within five days please assume that on this occasion your application has

Outsourcing Manager

Oxford (OX1),
· From £40,000 to £50,000 per annum depends on experience
·
A leading accountancy practice in Oxford is looking to recruit an Outsourcing Manager to join its team to ensure that a high-quality service is provided by the team to clients This position is available due to a significant demand from clients for outsourced accountancy services.

As Outsourcing Manager your responsibilities will include:

· Being the primary day-to-day contact for an allocated portfolio of clients, taking responsibility for all duties up to and including the production of (often complex) management information
· Data processing activities to include bank transactions, sales and purchase ledger items, expense claims and all other general ledger postings, journals etc
· Analytically review results and analyse key performance indicators for your clients
· Ensure that allocated teams are keeping all accounting systems up to date and accurate within the agree time frames
· Review VAT returns, EC sales lists and Intrastat returns
· Prepare basic statutory financial statements for clients with little or no supervision, having an awareness of the disclosure requirements of the Companies Act
· Prepare an audit file which could be provided to the client’s auditors, with supporting schedules for all balance sheet items
· Carry out ad hoc assignments, often to include budgeting and assistance with cash flow forecasting and training clients in use of their accounting systems
· Assist with tendering to potential new clients as well as the implementation phase for new engagements
· Liaise and collaborate with other departments to identifying cross-selling opportunities
· Promote the interests of the firm to clients, prospective clients and other third parties
· Assist with portfolio allocation across the wider team and monitor time allocations, budgets and deadlines, including data insight for internal management reporting and checklist monitoring
· Line manage and develop more junior members of the team.
We welcome applications from candidates with the following skills, experience and attributes:

· Be qualified (minimum AAT qualified and studying further) with a minimum of 4-5 years UK practice experience, preferably within an outsourcing team
· A positive and confident self-starter, who understands the importance of maintaining positive client relationships as well as internal collaboration
· Knowledge of UKGAAP and preferably IFRS
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills
· Exceptional attention to detail, demonstrating an organised approach to work; an ability to prioritise and meet tight time frames with high quality output
· Strong IT skills; specifically Xero and Excel, Sage and CCH would be an advantage alongside the ability to pick up new software packages very quickly
In return for your skills and commitment, this successful practice offers a competitive salary and benefits package, along with the opportunity to develop your skills within a well-established firm.

Submit your CV for this Outsourcing Manage role

Due to the high volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond to unsuccessful applicants. Therefore, if we have not responded to your application within five days please assume that on this occasion your application has not been successful.

Financial Controller

On behalf of a highly successful accountancy practice, we are recruiting for a Financial Controller to join the team at the firm’s Banbury office, to provide timely and accurate monthly management and other financial information for Directors.
Within this role, you will head up the day to day finances of the business working closely with the Administrator (direct report) and take responsibility for other ad-hoc projects as requested and required.
Reporting to the Directors, your key responsibilities will include:
Produce & present monthly management accounts for the company including
Sales ledger
Payroll reconciliation
Expenses analysis
Pre-payments / accruals / inter-office recharges
Debtors
Fixed assets
Petty cash
Markel tax analysis
Chargeable hours analysis
Complete purchase invoices to Director approval
Prepare budgets, monitor and report as required
Prepare statutory accounts
Ensure all financial transactions are accurately recorded, filed & reported to include
Raising payments to suppliers
Take credit card payments, reconciling statement
Bank balance on a weekly basis & post to Twinfield
Posting expenses as disbursements to CCH software & checking to Twinfield
Prepare and monitor pay schedule for discussion & approval by Director
Take responsibility for the management & organisation of visits by the company’s auditors
Manage & liaise with Markel Tax to include
Extracting numbers for quotes
Agreeing pricing
Assisting with invoicing as required
Reconcile monthly client accounts & make payroll payments as and when required
Applicants will have the following skills, experience and attributes:
Qualified by experience or with ACA / CIMA / ACCA
Demonstratable financial management experience
Legislative compliance – ability to interpret relevant legislation
Ideally at least 3 years’ experience within a similar role
Preferably have experience of managing other team members
Knowledge of Twinfield and / or CCH software would be an advantage
Ability to deliver high quality results to directors
Strong but empathetic communication skills
Mobile and flexible to work at other company offices and during busy periods when applicable
Good IT skills
Ability to work without close supervision
Good team player

Tax Manager

A highly successful, Top 15 accountancy firm is recruiting for a Tax Manager to join the team at its office in Reading. The key responsibility of this position will be to manage the corporate tax team to ensure client satisfaction at all times; building client relationships and managing and nurturing team members.
Reporting to the Tax Director, the Tax Manager will have the following responsibilities:
Preparation and review of large company tax computations
Tax planning work; predominantly corporate, although some personal tax work too
Managing the tax team
Assisting the Tax Director with various ad hoc work as it arises such as technical research, reorganisations, reconstructions, transfer pricing and R&D claims
EIS and EMI
VAT advice
Reviewing the work of trainee accountants and offering advice and guidance where appropriate
To assist in marketing taxation services with the partners and directors
The successful candidate will take on a portfolio of mainly corporate clients and will potentially be looking after the corporate tax service for some large companies with complex tax requirements.
We welcome applications from candidates who can satisfy the following requirements:
Be CTA or ATT qualified, and/or ACA/ACCA or an exceptional qualified by experience
Have a solid background in tax with experience gained within a practice environment
Confidence to deal with a variety of tax affairs
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills
Previous experience of overseeing junior team members
Along with a competitive salary and benefits, this friendly, well-established firm can offer excellent progression and a pleasant working environment

Tax Manager

WC1V, Holborn and Covent Garden, Greater London
Salary : £60,000 – £70,000 per annum

On behalf of our client, a prestigious accountancy firm in Central London, we are seeking qualified Tax Manager to join the firm as Manager – UK Tax Services. You need to have excellent UK corporation tax / deferred tax knowledge, outstanding client service skills and the ability to help manage a strong team.
As Manager – UK Tax Services, your key responsibilities will include:
Being responsible for own portfolio of clients (compliance and consulting on corporation tax, employer tax, indirect tax/duty)
Managing the tax team, with some strategic focus
Offer input on and contribute to the development and evolution of the team budget
Responsibility for engagement letters and KYC for own portfolio of clients
Day-to-day responsibility for tax filings for own portfolio
Develop the staff, offer guidance and advice to consultants looking for support on certain matters (technical or otherwise)
Provide excellent client service
Develop positive, professional relationships with other teams within the firm
To be a serious contender for this position, you will satisfy the following:
Professionally qualified with ICAEW, ACCA or CTA with extensive experience gained within a practice environment
Ideally experience working within professional services
Excellent UK corporation tax/deferred tax knowledge and ability to share that knowledge with team and colleagues
Ideally experience of VAT and employment taxes although support will be given if required
Outstanding client service skills
Competent and confident to work with senior individuals employed by our clients (CFOs, CEOs etc)
Commercially aware in terms of financial targets, client service, business risk and efficiencies
Seen to take responsibility for clients
Ability to work under pressure and deal with client service issues
Be a team player with excellent communication skills
This is a fantastic company that will provide a highly competitive salary and benefits package along with a supportive working environment