Finance, Central London – Waterloo
King’s College London
Permanent – Central London
Deputy Financial Accountant
£46,292 to £54,534 plus exceptional pension and annual leave
Closing date for applications (early applications are highly recommended):
Midnight on Sunday 17th November 2019
This is a fantastic role for a qualified auditor seeking a first or second move.
King's College London is one of the top 10 UK universities in the world (QS World University Rankings, 2018/19), and is also one of England’s oldest and most prestigious institutions. King's has an outstanding reputation for world-class teaching and cutting-edge research.
Having recently implemented a new finance system, King’s College London (KCL) are looking to recruit a recently qualified accountant (CCAB or equivalent) into the role of Deputy Financial Accountant to work with the Financial Accountant in implementing a new financial control environment to make best use of this system.
The role holder will have a significant responsibility for the preparation of the university’s consolidated and subsidiary financial statements (close to £1bn annual turnover) and will aid the Financial Accountant in designing and implementing an updated financial control structure and processes.
This will be a challenging role suitable for someone with a technical accounting background and strong problem-solving skills, ideally from an audit background. The role will often require designing new approaches/solutions and leading on projects.
For more information, please find the candidate pack attached to this advert or contact Michael Quest of Ivy Rock Partners directly.
The selection process will include a panel interview, an assessment and a presentation.
- Application deadline is 17th November
- You will need to meet Ivy Rock Partners before the shortlisting meeting on 21st November
- Interviews with KCL will take place on week commencing 25th November
Ivy Rock Partners have been appointed as exclusive recruitment partner to King's College London - all applications will be treated fairly and consistently.