Job Title : Financial Accountant
Location : Tingley
Hours : 37.5 per week
An exciting new opportunity has arisen to work as part of NHS Professionals Limited within our Financials Team at our Northern Head of Office in Tingley.
The successful applicant will Report to the Financial Controller and take responsibility for delivering the annual accounts to a required standard in line with the audit timetable.
You will be the subject matter expert for accounting issues and develop financial policies to ensure a high level of financial control. Key Responsibilities
About The Candidate
About The Company NHS Professionals (NHSP) is the market leader in managed flexible worker services. We work in partnership with NHS Trusts around the country to reduce their reliance on expensive agencies by helping them build their own staff banks.
We boast the largest database of more than 100,000 general and specialist nurses, doctors, midwives, administrative and allied healthcare professionals registered on our bank.
We are extremely proud of our bank members, all of whom provide essential shift cover for our NHS clients to help them deliver safe, efficient and effective health services.
NHS Professionals is embraced by the NHS. We are trusted for our shared values, our leadership in flexible working and the contribution we make to the healthcare community.
Our people love working at NHS Professionals - together we help one another deliver the highest level of service. Our vision is to have a One NHSP’ team who feel knowledgeable, confident and empowered.
What perks are we offering in return?
Please note : In 2010 NHS Professionals moved to Limited Company status and therefore Agenda for Change terms and conditions are not applicable to this role.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if sufficient applications are received. We will not contact unsuccessful applicants, therefore if you do not hear from us within 14 days of the vacancy closing, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.
Pay on Appointment (Internal)
If a salary increase to the bottom of the band would result in an increase of less than 5%, a 5% increase will usually be applied.