Salary£27000 - £35000 per annum
We are delighted to be exclusively partnering with an award winning Cambridge Biotech business to recruit their next Accounts Assistant. This role is a newly created position due to continued growth and the business is renowned for its excellent culture centred around a team mentality and working towards one overall objective.

Within this role, there are a number of key responsibilities that will fall under your remit, including but not limited to:
- Processing of purchase and sales invoices
- Preparation and reconciliation of supplier statements
- Bank reconciliations
- Assisting with Month end procedures
- Maintenance of the fixed asset register
- Additional duties at the request of your line manager

Due to the continued rapid growth within the organisation the duties of this role will expand and deviate over time.

In order to be successful in this role, there are a number of attributes and traits that you will ideally possess:
- AAT part or fully qualified, or equivalent
- Possess recent experience in a similar level finance position
- Strong systems knowledge, and experience working with ERP systems such as Netsuite would be considered desirable
- Be open-minded in your approach, and being comfortable adapting to a changing environment
- Strong communication skills and happy to communicate at all levels across the business

This is a fantastic chance to join a business that has thrived throughout 2020 and will continue to do so into the future. The role will be based remotely initially with the office based in South Cambridge. The organisation offer study support as well as a healthy benefits package that includes 30 days annual leave excluding bank holidays.

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