Senior Management Accountant x2

5 days left

Location
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Salary
£50,618 - £62,219 (including discretionary points)
Posted
11 Jan 2018
Closes
25 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Temporary/Seasonal
Hours
Full Time

Senior Management Accountant x2

Finance Division 
£50,618 - £62,219 (including discretionary points) Ref: 14355
Two Year Temporary Contract 
Based in Milton Keynes

The Open University is one of the UK’s most respected national institutions and the market leader in distance higher education. Since it opened to students in 1971, it has been inspiring learning and creating higher educational opportunities to all who wish to realise their ambitions and fulfil their potential, whatever their previous academic attainments. It has demonstrated excellence in research and teaching and confirmed its enormous reach through its use of open educational resources.

To support the University in an increasingly challenging financial climate, the Finance Division is looking for two proactive and self-starting qualified accountants to join our dynamic team. These roles will be focused on providing support to a major University strategic programme and to commercial and international development projects that the University is engaged with.    

In addition to relevant finance related work experience, you will have strong negotiating and communication skills including the ability to engage with, and present solutions to, senior non-finance staff. You must be able to work independently and provide operational and strategic financial direction and leadership, and be willing to undertake a diverse and demanding workload.

This is a challenging but rewarding opportunity for a strongly motivated accountant wanting to contribute to the on-going success of the University. 

For detailed information and how to apply  please click APPLY  to be redirected to our website,  quoting the reference number.  

Closing date: 12 Noon 25 January 2018

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