Position

Jr. Accountant


Location

United Kingdom / London / HB Reavis


Purpose of the role

HB Reavis is an international workspace provider with an integrated development model. We deliver a premium product through high-quality base build, workspace and services addressing the needs and well-being of our clients. The people who experience our developments are our main focus - our aim is to deliver great spaces that enhance productivity, well-being and overall experience for those that use them as well as the surrounding communities. We have been operating in the UK since 2013 and currently working on 3 projects across Central London.

We are valuing a diverse and inclusive work environment and welcoming candidates and employees from across a variety of skillsets and backgrounds.


Responsibilities

• Processing payments runs and performing bank reconciliations for all banks
• Processing expense claims and business trip claims and assigning codes in line with internal rules
• Recording invoices in accounting software and preparing batches for posting
• Resolving accounting queries with the creditors and reconciling respective account statements
• Assisting with VAT and CIS returns preparation for all entities
• Verifying items billed against items ordered and received and reconciling differences
• Dealing and collating data for compliance and external auditors (annual audits, transaction audits)
• Participating at monthly, quarterly and year end closings to ensure timely UK statutory and IFRS reporting in accordance with corporate deadlines
• Building and maintaining strong working relationships with internal customers
• On time delivery of primary tasks – regular reports, reconciliations
• Delivery of ad-hoc tasks within reasonable deadlines agreed upfront


Requirements

Experience

  • Knowledge of UK tax and statutory accounting regulations and some knowledge of IFRS

Education

  • Studying towards ACA, ACCA etc.

Other Relevant Skills

  • Structured in thinking and clear in presentation of ideas
    • Team player
    • Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage priorities
    • Proactive, able to operate effectively and independently with minimum guidance
    • Highly detail oriented and organized in work
    • Able to meet assigned deadlines
    • Able to challenge processes and implement improved working methods

Benefits

• Stunning workspaces that enhance people’s wellbeing
• Competitive salary and discretionary annual bonus
• Hybrid working set-up
• 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
• Pension scheme, life assurance and group income protection
• £ 1,500 flexible benefits pot including options like gym membership, private medical insurance…
• Enhanced maternity / paternity package
• Season ticket loan options, cycle to work and nursery scheme, Discounts Club etc.
• Annual training budget
• Monthly team breakfast and lunch
• Volunteering days
• No dress code

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