Treasury Accountant for National Utilities Company

The Treasury Recruitment Company

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the UK’s largest utility companies, based in the idyllic setting of Cambridgeshire.

Reporting to the Deputy Treasurer, this is an exciting and interesting opportunity that will enable you to get involved within many different areas of the business and to grow within the company.

Your main focus on a day-to-day basis will be the financial and management accounting of the debt and treasury instruments.  You will also get involved in the current TMS project i.e. the design and implementation of transaction models for new system functionality.

The Candidate

You will be a qualified accountant with advanced technical skills in financial accounting, with 2-5 years post qualification experience within a finance/ treasury function.

You will be a strong team player with excellent relationship building and communication skills, as the role requires continuous interaction with internal departments and external partners.

Ideally an innovative thinker who demonstrates an excellent analytical and data interpretation abilities, as well as being able to assess every detail alongside maintaining strategic focus.

If you feel this could be the next step for you, please get in touch to discuss further.

 

Please note: you must already have a VISA to work in the UK or be an EU citizen to apply for this role as sponsorship will not be offered.

Tagged as: Treasury Analyst, Treasury Accountant, Senior Treasury Analyst

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