Badenoch & Clark is currently working alongside a hugely expansive and respectable company based out of Crawley in aid of appointing an Assistant Accountant. This role is an ideal opportunity for you to expand your current professional experiences within an environment that will afford you autonomy whilst simultaneously providing you with the support you would need to thrive in your function. Due to the nature of this role, the ideal candidate will be studying towards their professional accountancy qualification. As Assistant Accountant, you will assume a supportive function to the wider finance team. Your work will be pivotal as you will be responsible for the preparation, accuracy, integrity and delivery of financial reporting including job costing, accruals, corrections and profitability analysis. Key Accountabilities: Ensure that all reporting is produced with accuracy and remains in congruence with internal policies and procedures. Assume accountability for the job costing databases and make amendments where necessary. Continuously pursue improvements in the production of financial reporting and contribute suggestions whereby enhancements can be implemented thus increasing profitability. Supplement the budgeting and reforecasting processes as and when required. Responsible for supplementing the decision making process for the company through the provision of day-to-day data reporting as well as undertaking ad hoc duties as required. Contribute to the improvement of internal controls through various recommendations that remain in compliance with company policy. Essentials Must be part-qualified studying towards their professional accountancy qualification. Strong excel skills (Vlookups, Sumifs, Pivot Tables). Must retain an exemplary communicative capacity, both written and oral. Must hold a full driving license Familiarity with SAP is desirable Badenoch & Clark is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Badenoch & Clark is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a registered Disability Symbol User.