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LMA Recruitment - Finance & Accounting

LMA Recruitment - Finance & Accounting work across a variety of sectors, namely Investment Management, Financial Services and Commerce & Industry. Our teams have dedicated consultants who cover C-Suite executive level Search & Selection, through to Contingency positions at Mid-Senior Level & Transactional Finance specialists.

LMA Recruitment - Finance & Accounting take pride in our long-standing relationships within our specialisms.

Our Financial Services clients span the entire spectrum including; Investment Banks, Frontier Banks, Financial Services organisations, Commodities Trading & Brokerage firms, Private Equity, Venture Capital, Hedge Funds, Investment Management & Investor Services organisations.

We also have a strong team who specialise with Commerce & Industry & Professional Services. These clients cover the Legal & Insurance sectors, Engineering, Construction & Property\Real Estate, Technology, Media & Telecoms Marketing, FMCG and Health & Associated services. 

All of our consultants know their markets meticulously and continue to adapt to the changes in market conditions as well as the changes in regulations and audit thresholds.

Browse our latest Finance and Accounting jobs or contact one of our consultants to see how we can help you secure your next role.

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Role: Payroller Location : Birmingham Salary: £38K depending on experience Hours: 9-5pm Hybrid working ( 2 days per month office based ) Working in a payroll team of 8 the main duties are: End to end processing of 16 payrolls across the UK and Eire Management and distribution of interface error reports and all other audit reports Full reconciliation of the monthly payrolls, preparation of pay release reports and variance commentary for payroll signatories. Management of the payroll bank account, cash book, debtor adjust and faster payments All Costing, Payroll and Finance Reporting Pension Control management and reporting to pension provider including management of refunds Monthly reconciliation of the Full Payment Submission (FPS) and Employment Payment Summary (EPS) provided to HMRC by the outsourced payroll provider Lead contact for all payroll queries from payees, internal clients and HMRC Take a proactive role in the sharing of knowledge throughout the team Commit to own personal development and completion of appropriate learning and development activities to ensure capability and skills are current Skills/Experience must haves: Experienced at dealing with a high volume of data. Comfortable working in a fast paced environment. Experience of large-scale payrolls across a complex matrix organisation - 5000+ employees. Excel skills must include VLOOK UP and pivot tables. Ability to manage your own workload. To qualify for the role you must have Hands on experience of delivering an in-house payroll or working for a managed service payroll provider A detailed understanding of PAYE, HMRC regulations including SSP, SMP, NMW, RTI and Tax/NI e.g., Tax code interpretation, gross to net calculation Experience of and delivering via 3rd party providers Good interpersonal and communication skills ​​​​​​​ Desired but not essential experience: Knowledge of salary sacrifice, flexible benefits and P11D Experience of Expatriate Payrolls Good interpersonal skills with an ability to develop and maintain good relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Knowledge of operational HR systems e.g., SAP Success Factors and the work force administration life cycle

  • Birmingham
  • Permanent
  • Up to £38000.00 per annum

CDD Risk Analyst

Salary: £20,500 Location: Newcastle Benefits include: support for flexible working and career development, and you can select benefits that suit your needs, covering holidays, health and well-being, insurance, savings and a wide range of discounts, offers and promotions. Your key responsibilities You will, as a CDD Analyst, be a key part of a Central CDD team of 30 members, performing client due diligence on potential and actual clients covering money laundering, terrorism and sanctions compliance. The work involves all first line financial crime client acceptance and continuance procedures for the UK and Ireland business. Responsibilities include: Perform risk based client due diligence on actual and potential clients of the Firm Navigate public databases and internal systems to identify & verify due diligence information Conduct adverse screening checks on clients and undertake follow-up research as required Manage personal workloads to ensure queues of work are dealt with in a timely manner Encourage client facing staff to engage with the Central CDD Team Other tasks, as directed by the Team manager and Central CDD Team Senior Manager Skills and attributes for success You will have good communication skills capable of dealing with wide range of stakeholders, including Partners Ability to establish and maintain a high degree of confidentiality and credibility at all levels Strong team player and proven ability to work with others Ability to solve problems creatively and effectively Enthusiastic, positive and resilient Ability to work well under pressure and to tight deadlines in a demanding environment Maintains high levels of accuracy and attention to detail To qualify for the role, you must have: Experience of working in either a customer services or administrative role Excellent verbal and numerical skills Ability to demonstrate a positive enthusiastic attitude and work on own initiative Ability to build relationships with team members and key stakeholders Ideally, you'll also have: A basic understanding of Client Due Diligence/Anti Money Laundering An awareness of recent global events linked to financial crime and sanctions Previous experience within a regulatory or professional services environment Education to degree standard will be an advantage

  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Permanent
  • Up to £20500 per annum

Asset Planner

ASSET PLANNER Role purpose To create and maintain the overall Formulation, Fill & Pack (FF&P) production plan at Toller(s) (3rd party manufacturing plant(s)), providing options to meet variances in demand and supply Execute order processing in SAP to fulfil the above plans. Order and schedule all raw materials, packaging and labels (under Syngenta's ownership) to be delivered to designated Toller locations, to meet production plan Co-ordination of the supply chain to achieve the ex-works shipment dates as required by the customer. Accountabilities Create and maintain balanced production plan on the specific Toller asset(s) over the current season (up to 12 month horizon). Work with Supply Chain Planner (SCP) to ensure appropriate balance between manufacturing responsiveness, cost efficiency and inventory Facilitate the resolution of Toller capacity issues with the appropriate SCP and maintain plan accordingly. Escalate as necessary to the Toll Production Manager (TPM) Support the SCPs in the development of Tactical Supply Plans (TSP). Execute the agreed TSPs Provide regular forecasts to suppliers for raw materials, and place Purchase Orders accordingly to ensure materials are available at Toller in time for production Ensure the optimisation of Toller inventory of components and formulated bulks to minimize working capital Establish and maintain strong relationships with Tollers to enable transparency and responsiveness. Be the key operational Syngenta contact with Toller Manage the weekly Production Liaison meeting with the Toller and Toll Production Manager. Within this report production performance (Conformance to Plan) and other Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) related to stock accuracy, HSE and Quality Ensure Toller SAP master data is maintained accordingly, including efficient introduction and removal of products (SKUs) according to the Range Management Process Ensure that all processes operate against MRPII philosophies & principles Liaise with Toller and SYN logistics provider to assist with in and outbound delivery scheduling, as needed to support production Collect and input data for KPI reporting on weekly and monthly basis Ensure consumption of slow/no movers Clear blocked invoices (quantity) Work with procurement to expedite delayed or late deliveries Participate in Project Work as part of a "Team Based Culture" to develop sustainable improvements to the Business processes. Knowledge, experience & capabilities Critical knowledge Full understanding of SAP R3 planning tools and MRP data MS Office skills - particularly Excel & Outlook Critical experience Work in a materials/production planning environment Critical technical, professional and personal capabilities Understanding of ERP tools (Specifically SAP R3 and APO) Understanding of SAP master data structure relevant to PO creation Attention to detail Knowledge of other European languages an advantage Critical leadership capabilities Collaborates Across Boundaries Manages for Impact Communicates with Impact Critical success factors & key challenges. Maintain uninterrupted supply to all toller locations Establish effective information flow with all stakeholder groups Manage interruption at supplier by internal movement of materials and balance total available inventory

  • Cheadle
  • Temporary & Contract
  • Up to £18.70 per hour
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