Trainee Management Accountant (78360-116)

University of Warwick - Finance Office

Starting salary £22,494 per annum which will increase annually as you successfully complete your professional exam training and work experience.

Fixed term for 3 years

The University of Warwick ICAEW approved Graduate Finance Training Programme will offer you a three year training contract to qualify as an ACA chartered accountant. You will be a high performing Warwick Graduate with a keen desire and interest to pursue a career in Finance within the Higher Education Sector.

You will have a positive 'can-do' attitude, enthusiasm and a desire to succeed, with a strong sense of both personal and professional integrity and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team, with the aspiration to successfully lead a team. You will be able to master new areas of knowledge and skills rapidly, and to creatively apply acquired skills to new situations.

You will have an honours degree from Warwick (minimum 2:1), excellent IT skills and excellent interpersonal and written communication skills with the ability to persuade, influence and negotiate.

You will provide frontline day to day accounting support to Finance Managers and the wider University community with the production of management, statutory and project accounting for the University.

If shortlisted, candidates will be asked to undertake a numeracy test as part of the interview process.

Please also supply a personal statement with your application.

Full details of the duties and selection criteria for this role are found in the vacancy advert on the University of Warwick jobs page. You will be routed to this when you click on the Apply button below.

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