Dealership Accountant

$63,295 - $69,625 yearly
  • CV Library
  • Canterbury, Kent
  • Mar 22, 2024
Permanent Location: Hybrid Role: Finance Manager

Job Description

Qualified by Experience, Part Qualified or Qualified. Two Car Dealerships located at Canterbury and Tunbridge Wells, and possibility of some Hybrid working too Large Progressive Group require a forward thinking Dealership Accountant to join their team. In return, you will receive a highly competitive Salary plus a Bonus plus Car. The company are highly regarded within the trade and will allow you to grow and progress within the Group, progression and promotions are on offer for the right candidates. This is an exciting position with a world leading brand and company! Excellent Package (Dependent on Experience) Basic + Bonus + Car + Pension + Big Company Benefits A fantastic opportunity for a dedicated, high-calibre Dealership Accountant to be instrumental in the development and growth of a busy dealership. The role requires a self motivated and focused person who will quickly establish themselves as a key contact for Management Information for two business's. You will be responsible for the smooth running of the accounts function, delivering timely and accurate management accounts. Develop controls to maximize returns and cash flow and utilize your financial and management experience to ensure the effective running of the dealership. This role is ideal for an articulate, methodical and analytical individual. The Candidate: Strong technical and analytical accounting skills Exceptional leadership skills but with a good sense of humour The successful candidate will have a proven track record within the motor industry Previous Accountancy Experience within a Car Dealership and Kerridge, Pinnacle or a similar Accounting Package Strong written and communication skillsThe Role, duties will be varied and will include: Monthly management accounts - providing detailed analysis and commentary which will involve extensive liaison with the Divisional Finance Directors. Collation and examination of the purchase and sales ledger information from the centralised accounting department. Supervision of the Accounts staff and the Sales Administrators Analytical support across the business, evaluating profit optimisation Monitoring performance measurement tools and techniques for projects to form an end conclusion. Review of capital and project appraisals. Consolidation of group budgets and forecasts. Investigative and analytical exercises as required. Ad hoc projects In order to view more information on this job press the APPLY NOW button below and it will take you to the source website

Working Hours

Full Time

Salary by Currency

This role in US Dollars has a minimum of $63,295 to a maximum of $69,625. In British Pounds it has a minimum of £50,000 to a maximum of £55,000. In Australian Dollars it has a minimum of $96,316 to a maximum of $105,948.

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