Newly created roles aren't for everyone. Especially when you're moving in to an autonomous role.
Expectations can be high. You'll need to have faith in your experience and knowledge. You'll need to develop new relationships and build trust with colleagues and suppliers.
But… if you hold the necessary experience and drive, a newly created position can offer a great chance to shape the success of your role. You can bring new ideas to the table. There'll be quick wins to make an impact whilst you're also working on longer term projects and initiatives.
If you're an experienced Treasury Accountant and the above sounds attractive to you, we'd be very keen to hear from you. We're currently supporting a large, international law firm with such a role. They're looking to hire a Treasury Accountant who can help to ensure global cash management operations are managed effectively across their network of offices.
The successful applicant will work closely with the Head of Finance, Internal Audit and finance colleagues globally, supporting the development and implementation of the group's banking strategy, and taking ownership of the groups cash flow reporting and forecasting systems.
Previous industry experience is not required for this role, providing a great opportunity to break in to the legal sector - a secure and rewarding industry sector, with a high concentration of leading firms in London. There is a preference for a qualified or part qualified accountant, and/or studier towards a relevant treasury qualification.
If you'd like to find out more about this opportunity, please apply now or, if you don't have your CV ready yet or would just prefer to discuss this by phone initially, get in touch with Richard Hooper at Balance Recruitment directly.
Balance Recruitment is an award winning Recruitment Agency and is advertising this opportunity on behalf of a client. We are an equal opportunities employer, committed to promoting diversity.