Tuesday 23 May 2017

Strategic Finance Project / Client Manager

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Type:Permanent
Hours:Full Time
 

Full Description

OFC Partners are delighted to be working with a Jersey business who have a vibrant team which actively encourages professional development, a good work life balance and a stimulating career path. Theyre Jersey fiduciary business is small enough to have a close knit environment, whilst it holds the ideal position of being the highest margin business unit within a diverse global conglomerate (not a bank!).As a qualified accountant, your financial ability will be utilised in being the conduit between finance & non-finance professionals by taking complex sets of financials and translating them into laymans terms. The role will initially see you being instrumental in a strategic project of reviewing their current workflow and implementing best practice between their UK based transactional team and their client facing Jersey team. Following on from this critical project, you will be in prime position to take on a Client Manager position which sees you looking after a team of Fund Admin / Accounting professionals and managing the relationship with key fund clients.This is a unique opportunity within a fantastic business which will allow you to be involved in a core strategic project before progressing into a client manager position meaning you will not have to be involved in core fund accounting!If you are a qualified accountant (ACA / ACCA / ICAEW / ICAS), with experience either in Fund Accounting or the audit of fund businesses get in touch!You will be rewarded with a competitive increase in your basic salary, you will have clear career progression, be involved with CSR/events and be given an excellent benefits package.Please do get in touch with us via the application process, or if you would like to chat through before applying; get in touch directly on07797 918 884.

For more information please visit http://ofcpartners.com/job/strategic-finance-project-client-manager-2/.


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