JOB TITLE Assistant Financial Accountant- 18 month Fixed Term Contract
LOCATION Kingswood Offices, Cannock
SALARY Competitive Salary plus excellent Veolia benefits.
About Veolia – We are resourcing the world
We manufacture green products and green energy using waste, waste water and wasted heat as a resource mine. We provide tailored solutions for industry or municipalities to help them save and preserve resources.
We are working hard to create a future in which end-of-life resources are transformed into products that enrich our lives and can power our homes and industry. The circular economy already represents 20% of our turnover and we are constantly developing innovative ways to develop access to, preserve and replenish resources.
To achieve our vision; we focus on creating a team with a diverse range of talent that operates in a safe, innovative and sustainable environment in order to promote the green economy and build new markets.
About the role;
An excellent opportunity has arisen for an Assistant Financial Accountant to join the Veolia Finance Team based in Cannock. You will be required to assist with some of the aspects of Financial Accounting, as described below, that are controlled in the Veolia UK centralised Support Services Department. This particular vacancy concentrates on payroll control and reconciliation but would not discount movement to support other areas as required.
Your principle responsibilities will be to produce accurate, timely and detailed reconciliations / analysis of centrally controlled balance sheet accounts in line with company policy to primarily include:
HMRC (PAYE and NI) balance sheet management and reconciliation
Management of Class 1A accruals and actuals
Ensuring timely interface of expenses system with SAP followed by monthly reconciliations
Monthly wage accruals calculation and posting Operating Costs
Management of Apprentice Levy postings and recharges process
With Holding Tax Recharges
Bad debt - Provision and Write off
Acting as cover and support for some inter-company reconciliations