Crosstown is a premium food brand based in central London. The company is 3.5 years old, and has experienced consistent fast growth, with a pipeline of expansion planned for 2018.
We are looking to hire a full-time experienced book keeper (immediate start), to be based at our Head Office in Clapham/Vauxhall locality. We currently have a part-time book keeper but now require a full-time commitment to aid us in our growth and requirements.
You will be reporting to the Financial Controller, and have direct interaction with the Directors and other office staff members.
What we are looking for someone who:
- Has worked in a fast growing SME, ideally in the food sector
- Is very highly organised, methodical and system oriented – you have a high degree of care about accuracy
- Is comfortable dealing with an array of tasks at once, and meeting tight deadlines that cannot move.
- Is comfortable working independently and in a small team
Essential Qualifications and Skills :
- 3 years+ Bookkeeping experience
- Very Good Knowledge of Sage50c
- Level 3-4 AAT / ACCA part-qualified as a minimum
- Advanced Excel
- Excellent command of English
Tasks will include (but not limited to):
- Processing all purchase invoices and receipts into Sage.
- Processing and reconciling all bank and credit card transactions.
- Reconciling sales/inventory data.
- Reconciliation of cash control accounts for stores.
- Processing sales receipts/payments and sales invoices.
- Credit control/debtor management.
- Ensuring all bookkeeping is fully up to date to enable the team to prepare weekly and monthly reports.
- Assisting the Financial Controller on periodic and ad-hoc tasks and outputs.
To apply, please send a cover note responding to the below questions and your suitability as per above. Please also attach your 2-page CV.
- Are you at least level-3 qualified AAT / ACCA?
- Do you have bookkeeping experience using Sage?
- Have you worked in an SME?
- Do you have an advanced level of Excel including an ability to use pivot tables, nested formulas and work with large data sets?