Salary£50000 - £65000 per annum
The University has a turnover of some £2bn and operates over 40 subsidiaries and trusts in multiple geographical locations. The range of activities which are represented within the University portfolio is quite astonishing; beyond the provision of its academic activities it also has the world's largest examinations provider, a global printing business and a significant property portfolio. In addition it is commercialising much of its biomedical and technology research, and has nurtured many of the world's latest entrepreneurial ventures.
The continual expansion of the University both in terms of its range of activities and its geographical presence means that the need for a Group perspective is becoming increasingly more important. Funding requirements and allocation of core resources is requiring a greater focus on contributions which can be made from across the Group. In order to facilitate this it requires a new approach to how it consolidates financial information, what tools it uses and how it seeks to improve reporting structures.

This new role requires an individual with a strong group reporting background, familiar with consolidations and systems knowledge to provide a lead contribution in the development of the new financial reporting tools.
You are likely to have developed your finance career with a Big Four Accounting firm and have had exposure to large company audits. You will have first class communication skills to enable you to bring together current different accounting practices from across the Group and create a common way of working.
Interested? Contact David Culley for an informal chat (01223 209888). To apply send your CV to david.c.a4lgktm8kqk@prs.aptrack.co.

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