We are looking for a part-time finance manager to join our team at the District Heating office based at Gremista. Duties will include leading the finance function for the organisation, working closely with the directors and management team, having responsibility for the month end process and full quarterly management accounts preparation including analysis and commentary, cash flow forecasting and full year on year business projections, capex analysis and evaluation, managing relationships with key advisors and other stakeholders, responsibility for year-end audit liaison, production and filing of statutory accounts and tax compliance.
You will have the opportunity to work in a small team and be able to make a direct contribution to strategy and business growth.
We’re looking for a qualified accountant on a part time basis of 2.5 days per week. We can be flexible on hours worked.
The post will suit a competent and confident person who enjoys being part of a team. An accountant who likes to be proactive and influence decision making through their work will find this role rewarding.
If you are interested in applying please send your CV and covering letter by Friday, 6th September 2019 to:
Derek Leask, Executive DirectorShetland Heat Energy and Power Ltd.Marina Business Park, Gremista, Lerwick, Shetland, ZE1 0TATel. 01595 745151Email: [email protected]
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