Date posted: June 16, 2020

Finance Manager

Our client, a leading UK Manufacturing Business, is currently recruiting an experienced and ambitious Technical SQL Reporting Finance Manager to join their business.

 

As the Technical SQL Reporting Finance Manager, you will be responsible for:

 Daily checking of sales figures and producing daily reports for MRB

 Calculating quarterly sales bonus

 Period end routines: Stock, POP and Nominal

 Nominal ledger

 Negotiating energy renewals and checking energy bills

 Converting new company vehicles and advising on finance options

 Writing SQL scripts to extract data and merge tables

 Updating price lists from Excel and capturing customer information from historic orders

The successful candidate for the role of Technical SQL Reporting Finance Manager will have:

 Previous experience in SQL Reporting is essential

 Knowledge SAGE 1000

 Qualifications through CIMA/ACCCA or QBE

 Experience of programme reporting and modification

 Manufacturing background experience is desirable but not essential

In return the Technical SQL Reporting Finance Manager will receive a basic salary of £40,000 – £50,000 + Yearly Bonus. Working hours are Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 5.30pm.

Please Note: We do not contact or write to unsuccessful candidates. If you have not heard anything from us within 48 hours of your application, you should presume that your application was unsuccessful. By applying for this vacancy, you are giving permission for Midas Recruitment to contact you and retain your details.

 

 

 

Job Information

Job Reference: KW3774_1592305844
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum + Free Parking And Bonus
Salary From: £40000
Salary To: £50000
Job Industries: Manufacturing and Production
Job Locations: Smethwick, West Midlands
Job Types: Permanent

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