Treasury Accountant - VR/22173
TMM have been appointment to recruit for a Treasury Accountant to join a leading oil service company situated in the heart of Aberdeen. Currently operating remotely from home, this permanent role is responsible for analysing and reporting the actual cash position, both in the short and long term of the organisation.
Reporting into the Shared Services Controller, the Treasury Accountant holds responsibility for the following:
- Cash Forecasting and Budgeting; including the preparation of cashflow forecasting and budgeting, preparation of analysis of actual results and variance analysis to budgets and forecasts for review, preparation of weekly cash forecasting on a currency basis to assist in foreign currency fluctuations.
- Cash Management; including weekly net debt and cash balances, analysis and reporting of actual cash movements, analysis of high value receipts, reconciliation of net debt balances; liaising with Reporting and Consolidation teams in respect of explaining variations to budgets and forecasts
- Treasury Movements including; processing BACS payments, reviewing direct debt and standing order payments, posting bank interest charges where applicable, reviewing ad-hoc payments
You should ideally hold a professional accounting qualification (ACCA, CIMA, ICAS) and have had exposure to a Treasury environment in a large multinational organisation.
You must have at least 3 years of experience within the Treasury function and be able to demonstrate your understanding of online banking systems as well as control and analysis of multi-currency bank accounts and foreign currency exchange postings.
On offer is a competitive salary and the opportunity to join a main stay oil service company. For more information, please email Craig Low on firstname.lastname@example.org
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