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Accounts Assistant

Rapid Repair Network

LYNDHURST, Southern
5 days ago
LYNDHURST, Southern
£11 - £13 Per Hour
5 days ago
£11 - £13 Per Hour
Part-Time Accounts Assistant / Finance Assistant

Salary: £19,000 - £25,000 pro rata
Contract: Permanent, Part time, flexible hours (estimated 3 days per week initial)
Location: Minstead, Southampton + Work from home during COVID-19.
The Rapid Repair Network is a specialist vehicle repair management company, covering the UK performing sameday repairs for insurers, accident management companies and fleet customers.
We are looking for a proactive, experienced Accounts Assistant to help develop our finance function, working closely with the directors and wider team.
We are a small, friendly team who believe in working hard for each other, but also having fun!
We have built a highly supportive working environment, with the opportunity to learn and grow, and be recognised for your efforts. We are looking for someone who will enjoy working with us:
  • We work hard for each other and offer support when required. 
  • We take ownership of what needs doing and enjoy new challenges.
  • We are always looking to do things better.
  • We believe that our efforts can make a real difference to the company and our customers.

Main responsibilities:
Maintaining and updating the purchase and sales ledger

• Matching invoices and purchase orders
• Reconciling supplier's statements
• Producing month end report highlighting suppliers for payment
• Bank reconciliation
• Updating of sales invoices to ledgers
• Producing credit notes
• Entering cheque/Card receipts / remittances
• Investigating and reconciling customer enquiries
• Ad hoc duties as required by the finance team
Core skills and experience
  • Previous experience within a similar role
  • Credit Control experience 
  • Relevant full or part certification
  • Proficient in using the SAGE platform
  • Meticulous organisation skills
  • Great communication skills

Beneficial skills and experience
  • Streamlining and redesigning processes
  • Advanced Excel 
  • Building finance models

Benefits
  • Company pension contributions
  • Flexible working hours
  • Work from home during COVID-19 and flexibility going forward
  • On-site parking

The Rapid Repair Network is a business that is growing at considerable speed, with this in mind, we expect the role will offer excellent career opportunities for the successful candidate. (including resulting in full time hours if desired.)
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Senior Contract and Supplier Manager

University of Southampton

Southampton, Southern
2 days ago
Southampton, Southern
£39.152k - £49.553k Per Year
2 days ago
£39.152k - £49.553k Per Year

Senior Contract and Supplier Manager

Contract and Supplier Management

Location:  1 Guildhall Square
Salary:   £39,152 to £49,553
Full Time Permanent
Closing Date:  Monday 8 March 2021
Reference:  1333721JF

This is an exceptional time to be joining the University of Southampton and its IT department, iSolutions, as we go through digital transformation and deliver new ways of working. You will be joining a committed, dynamic team of 230+ professionals focused on supporting the University’s Faculties and Professional Services.

About the Role

Become the strategic lead for IT supplier management, commercial contract management and contract spend compliance across all categories of IT spend within the University.

Lead a small team responsible for maximising the business benefits of the University’s relationship with strategic suppliers of IT services, managing contracts to ensure the University is receiving the best value, budget plans are realised and that product roadmaps are well understood and factored into iSolutions business planning. Ensure all processes are lean and customer focussed.

What you’ll do

  • Lead all contract management, supplier management and procurement activity across the IT category to maximise the quality and value-for-money realised by the University. 
  • Develop an IT procurement and commercial contract management strategy for iSolutions. 
  • Work with budget holders to align long term plans with this strategy and contribute to Budget planning to ensure vendor roadmaps and contract renewal cost are fully appreciated and taken into account. 
  • Take a lead role in work with senior legal and procurement staff to delivery contract negotiations and reviews for IT, working to achieve the best value and service delivery considering total cost of ownership across contract lifetimes. 
  • Be accountable for achieving the ongoing strategic and operational objectives relating to supplier and contract management: Align and maintain the contract and procurements documentation, keep contracts updated and control the implementation, fulfilment and compliance by service providers, identify, monitor issues and track vendor risks to ensure mitigation plans are defined ensure effective compliance and risk management of contracts and supply management.
  • Build relationships with key vendors to ensure the University is fully aware of their technology roadmaps, pricing and performance. 
  • Manage key supplier relationships to develop and drive supplier performance ensuring appropriate measures are in place to, undertake regular reviews with supplier account managers and deal with supplier performance issues ensuring SLA/KPIs are met by suppliers. 
  • Develop and manage a collaboration framework with external vendors, iSolutions and internal procurement team with a strong focus on defining common goals, setting strategic priorities and requirements and streamlining processes to achieve best value for the University.
  • Manage any issues, dispute and escalations for all contract related topics in conjunction with Legal and Procurement.

What you’ll bring 

  • Skill level equivalent to achievement of a professional qualification or postgraduate degree such as Member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (MCIPS), IT, Business Administration or Law, or significant professional qualification e.g. International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (ICCAM) and experience. 
  • Demonstrable knowledge and work experience in delivering IT supplier and contracts management with a strong contractual and commercial background. 
  • Proven successful and significant experience of working at a strategic level and senior level within a large, complex and multi-disciplinary organisation. 
  • Experience in the delivery and knowledge of Cloud (SaaS) contracts and pricing structures.
  • Understanding of budget preparation and financial processes. 
  • Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to develop senior management briefings, reports and management information deliver and presentations to all levels of staff Experience in effective people management.
  • The integrity required to work with both commercially sensitive and personally identifiable information.

The University of Southampton promotes a healthy work life balance with generous holiday allowance (30+ days), defined benefit pension, flexi-time and flexible working, generous parental leave and childcare provision. For more information on our benefits, please visit our human resources pages.

Application Procedure  

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.ukThe application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Charlene Tyson (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750 or email recruitment@soton.ac.uk.  Please quote reference 1333721JF on all correspondence. 

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Sheltered Housing Officer

Poole Housing Partnership Limited

Poole, SW
5 days ago
Poole, SW
£22.183k - £25.991k Per Year
5 days ago
£22.183k - £25.991k Per Year

Job Title: Sheltered Housing Officer

Location: Poole, BH15 2BU 

Salary Band: £22,183 - £25,991 (full time equivalent)

Part Time, 24 hours per week


At Poole Housing Partnership we recognise that our position as a highly successful housing organisation depends on our fantastic team of people, who work hard and love what they do.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, effective and committed Sheltered Housing Officer who is passionate about the delivery of excellent public sector housing services, to join our dedicated professional Sheltered Housing team, helping to deliver a first class service to our Sheltered Housing residents in tenancy management, developing strong communities and encouraging active residents.

Ideally, you will meet the criteria detailed in the person specification and have experience of working with older people or people with vulnerabilities, with the ability to assess needs for housing and support and to undertake risk assessments.  If you have experience in areas such as mental health, health and support services or housing law, that would be great too. However if you don’t have the specific knowledge and skills we are looking for, but have relevant transferrable skills, we will offer training provided that you have a great attitude, are highly motivated, have the ability to learn quickly and a desire to develop, and are passionate about delivering excellent housing services.

You should also have a flexible and customer-focused working style, excellent written and verbal communication skills, be well organised with the ability to prioritise your workload and work effectively under pressure, including managing emergency situations should they arise. You will enjoy working in a mutually supportive and collaborative team environment but also have the ability to work well on your own initiative.

In return, we will give you a rewarding job, a fantastic working environment in a lovely location, great colleagues and excellent benefits including free parking, a generous holiday allowance and a superb pension scheme.

This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check and requires you to have access to a vehicle for work purposes and to visit residents in their homes, within Covid19 restriction guidelines.

Sheltered Housing Officer main Purpose:

  • To provide an excellent housing management service to a patch of sheltered properties, encouraging resident involvement in scheme and community activities.
  • To provide preventative support and security to vulnerable or potentially vulnerable tenants and leaseholders to enable them to manage their homes independently.
  • To undertake annual tenancy reviews in order to enforce tenancy conditions and identify support needs.

Sheltered Housing Officer Responsibilities:

  • Lead on continually assessing the needs and risks of residents living on the patch through preventative calls, visits and annual tenancy reviews to raise and follow up any safeguarding concerns.
  • Make referrals to the Support team for a full needs and risk assessment when necessary (e.g. where there is a change in circumstances or a specific incident has occurred)
  • Identify personal care issues through preventative work and liaise with the appropriate key partners. Give encouragement to family, carers and friends of service users to play a role in facilitating continued independent living.
  • Liaise with, and signpost to, other agencies to ensure residents have access to services necessary to maintain their independence. 
  • Work closely with the Borough Operations Centre ensuring that effective communication regarding residents and scheme management is maintained, providing a consistent service to residents.
  • Provide information on community facilities and resources available to residents and activities to promote inclusion into the wider community and help residents overcome  social isolation.
  • Provide general advice as necessary on:
  • alternative housing options, 
  • safety and security 
  • running homes, from maintenance or home improvement enquires to  changing utility suppliers
  • using own or communal equipment
  • tenancy issues e.g. successions
  • Work closely with the Voids team to assess nominations for new tenancies for suitability, including contact with other agencies (where appropriate) to verify supporting information.
  • Undertake tenancy sign ups in a timely manner to minimise the length of time properties are vacant, and explain rights and obligations under the tenancy agreement.
  • Manage changes to tenancies effectively and lawfully, throughout the duration of a tenancy. Ensure clear information is provided to the Voids team and residents or next of kin in cases of ending of tenancies.
  • Carry out New Tenant Visits within 12 weeks of the resident moving into the property and manage any resulting tenancy issues as and when they arise, including property upkeep, working with other teams within PHP and external agencies as required. 
  • Conduct Introductory Tenancy Visits to ensure that there is a smooth transition to a secure tenancy. 
  • Ensure residents are involved in shaping and reviewing services provided, and to work closely with elected Residents’ Associations and committee members as well as promoting PHP’s formal Resident Involvement structure.
  • Tackle incidents of anti-social behaviour and tenancy breaches, working with victim and perpetrator through effective case management and partnership working.  Work effectively with the PHP Support team and complex cases team to provide a seamless service to residents.
  • Work closely with Neighbourhood Policing Teams (NPTs) to reduce anti-social behaviour and fear of crime by attending NPT meetings, leading and participating in joint working and publicising the work of NPTs.
  • Ensure the schemes are well maintained and attractive communities through:
  • Day to day management of the gardening and cleaning contracts, working with the Neighbourhood Officer (Sheltered) to resolve any performance issues.
  • Act as the lead officer for Estate Gradings on the ‘patch’ and deal with any actions appropriately and promptly.
  • Lead and facilitate identification of neighbourhood improvements.
  • Manage the guest rooms and mobility scooter storage effectively.
  • Fully comply with the Equality and Diversity Policy and assist the Housing Manager (Sheltered) in the undertaking of any equality impact assessments of the service. 
  • Accurately maintain files and IT based recording systems and provide statistical performance information as required.  
  • Be an effective team player and assist in covering other members of the Sheltered Housing team. 

Sheltered Housing Officer Skills and Experience:

  • Experience of providing Housing management and support to vulnerable individuals.
  • Experience of partnership working and monitoring services (e.g. facilities management [repairs, cleaning, grounds maintenance] health and safety).
  • Ability to deliver excellent housing management services.
  • Good knowledge of social housing and residents’ rights and responsibilities.
  • Knowledge of housing law, housing support and sheltered housing management. 
  • Knowledge of statutory and voluntary sector support services for vulnerable individuals.
  • Knowledge of welfare and benefit rights and health and safety.
  • Ability to learn quickly and work flexibly in a changing environment.
  • Good standard of general education, including English and Maths.
  • The ability to present both written and verbal information effectively.
  • Good team player with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work with a diverse and pressurised workload, to target and without supervision.
  • Computer literate (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and Internet).
  • Flexible and cooperative working style with strong observational skills and attention to detail.
  • Positive attitude to equality and diversity.
  • Commitment to excellent and responsive customer service and service delivery.
  • Able to visit residents on the patch (and the wider locality on occasion) in their own homes at times to suit the client, which may involve climbing stairs.
  • Access to a vehicle for work (travel between housing schemes required).
  • Enhanced DBS clearance.

Please apply by 7th of March 2021. PHP welcomes applications from all sectors of the community.

***Interested? To apply for the role of Sheltered Housing Officer please click on the APPLY button!!***

 

About Poole Housing Partnership 

PHP is a non-profit making Arm’s Length Management Organisation (ALMO), owned by Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council, which was set up to bring investment for improvements to social housing. We maintain strong links with the Council but operate as a separate company, with responsibility for delivering excellent housing management services; repairing, maintaining and developing the housing stock; caretaking and neighborhood services; promoting and supporting resident participation; tenancy support services; and collection of rent. 

 

 

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Software Engineer

University of Southampton

Southampton, Southern
3 days ago
Southampton, Southern
£30.942k - £38.017k Per Year
3 days ago
£30.942k - £38.017k Per Year

Software Engineer

Service Delivery

Location:  1 Guildhall Square
Salary:   £30,942 to £38,017
Full Time Fixed Term (12 months)
Closing Date:  Friday 12 March 2021
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  1340821JF

As part of the Automation Services team, you will be supporting and designing complex Infrastructure systems and solutions that are essential to the University core operations.

About the Role

We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate resourcefulness, initiative and understand the value of delivering reliable and stable services with clear and concise documentation. You will be working as part of a team of highly motivated individuals who are committed to achieving deadlines and customer satisfaction.

What you’ll do 

  • Take a lead in making our infrastructure, interfaces and tools more interchangeable and API-driven
  • Use automation to enable iSolutions and the university to run services that are accurate, reliable, efficient, and more productive
  • Take a role in the planning of major systems installations and upgrades.
  • Deliver training programmes to research students and mentor colleagues.

What you’ll bring 

  1. Experience delivering and working with some of the following:
    • Cloud services
    • Security by design
    • Authentication 
    • Data integrations such as BizTalk, SSIS
    • Process and system automation
    • Experience of automating processes and infrastructure delivery?
  2. Experience in programming in one or more of the following:
    • Python
    • C#
    • Puppet/DSC "Infrastructure as Code
    • SQL
  3. The ability to present your ideas and your specialist area to a wide and potentially non-technical audience.

The University of Southampton promotes a healthy work life balance with generous holiday allowance (30+ days), defined benefit pension, flexi-time and flexible working, generous parental leave and childcare provision. For more information on our benefits, please visit our human resources pages.

At the University of Southampton, we are committed to our strategic principles of collegiality, quality, sustainability and global reputation. The University is committed to addressing equality issues and is a founding signatory of the Athena SWAN Charter, holding a silver-level Athena SWAN award.

Application Procedure 

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Annabelle Trimm (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 4043 or email recruitment@soton.ac.uk  Please quote reference 1340821JF on all correspondence. 

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Clinical Informatics Knowledge Officer

University of Southampton

Southampton, Southern
1 day ago
Southampton, Southern
£30.942k - £38.017k Per Year
1 day ago
£30.942k - £38.017k Per Year

Clinical Informatics Knowledge Officer

Clinical Informatics Research Unit

Location:  Southampton General Hospital
Salary:   £30,942 to £38,017 per annum
Full Time Permanent
Closing Date:  Wednesday 03 March 2021
Interview Date:   To be confirmed
Reference:  1333521CM

The University of Southampton Clinical Informatics Research Unit (CIRU) is based at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust and is a growing part of the School of Medicine, focusing on supporting the clinical research sector in the UK and internationally. 

The unit provides its staff with the most up to date equipment, a relaxed working atmosphere, team building days, work socials and most importantly an innovative culture.

We have an exciting vacancy for a Clinical Informatics Knowledge Officer within the team to undertake work in managing the growth of EDGE; a web-based national medical research management system for the NHS, Higher education institutions and other international institutions

The successful applicant must have a PhD or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in a relevant subject area.

You will need a good understanding of clinical research in the UK, especially the interactions between Research teams, R&D and Support departments, Clinical Research Networks and the National Institute of Health Research and preferably have experience working within one of these departments or organisations.

The role is very broad and requires many different skills, including business analysis, change management, presentation skills, project management and requires an individual who is willing to engage with our customers across the UK and abroad to understand their challenges and provide resolutions. 

The role will require occasionally working with large datasets and therefore experience in this area is necessary, with skills such as SQL, or advanced Excel beneficial. A thorough understanding of data protection and GDPR is also extremely important.

Experience of working in a Software and a Service environment is also welcome, with associated skills including account management, Agile, UI, UX, or wire framing all beneficial.

The role is extremely dynamic and will incorporate aspects of all the above skills, combined to deliver a professional and innovative service to the NHS and Healthcare organisations abroad in order to support them in delivering efficient and effective clinical research.

The post is available on a full time permanent basis.

We would encourage informal discussion about the post, candidates should contact David Osler (d.p.osler@soton.ac.uk) or Baljinder Gill (b.s.gill@soton.ac.uk) on 02382 027200

Application Procedure 

You should submit your completed online application form at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above. If you need any assistance, please call Hannah Farrance (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0)2380 592750 or email recruitment@soton.ac.uk  Please quote reference 1333521CM on all correspondence. 

The Faculty of Medicine holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award demonstrating commitment to equal opportunities and gender balance in the workplace.  The Faculty recognises that applicants may seek flexible working patterns which will be considered as part of the recruitment process.  For further information including key benefits designed to help maintain and support employees' well-being and work-life balance, please see our working with uswebsite pages.

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Business and Systems Analyst - Finance/HR

Old Mutual Wealth

Southampton
9 days ago
Southampton
9 days ago

Business and Systems Analyst - Finance/HR

Ref: 00000567-7
Country: UK
Location: Southampton
Company: Quilter Plc
Department: Group Technology Solutions
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date: 18 March 2021


The Business & Systems Analyst provides subject matter expertise and supports Change delivery through the creation of functional and non-functional solution artefacts. The role is responsible for identifying, assessing and documenting requirements, specifications and functionality, aligned to business strategy, business processes and technology architecture.
 
Ideally you will have experience working in the Technology space working on projects within a Finance or HR function.
This role is a Fixed Term Contract on an initial 6 month duration. 

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role:
Planning and Analysis

  • Conducts business process and systems analyses, needs assessments, and cost/benefits analyses of business systems and applications to create project proposals that align technology solutions with business objectives and the Quilter Technology Strategy and roadmaps.
  • Formulates and defines systems scope and objectives, based on end-user needs and a thorough understanding of business systems, applications and industry requirements.
  • Identifies, captures and develops requirements (functional and non-functional) providing detailed documentation and business rules to support the requirements throughout the project life cycle and change control, prioritising requirements based on high-value achievable requirements.
  • Drives continuous improvement of business products and services by translating requirements into improved design and service provisioning.

Project Execution
  • Leads workshops including IT and 3rd party suppliers to evaluate and translate end-user needs into practical and pragmatic solutions.
  • Operates as a link between technical personnel and the appropriate end-user department to understand the business implications of the technical solutions on the current and future business environment.
  • Manages system incidents working with the project team to ensure resolution
  • Works with the end-user to select or define appropriate scenarios to test and determine whether system changes meet project specifications. Coordinates with users to plan and execute User Acceptance Testing (UAT).
  • Creates, reviews and delivers end-user documentation and prepares communication material on system enhancements.
  • Monitors production performance enhancements and system integrity with end users.

About you

Key Behavioural Skills:

  • Embraces change and initiates new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes.
  • Communicates confidently and effectively, at all levels, both in written and verbal form.
  • Analytical mind set, able to use data and metrics to drive actions and develop solutions for our customers.
  • Agile – makes decisions within remit and executes in fast, simple and focused way.
  • Embraces a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, able to build and maintain positive working relationships.
  • Able to positively influence and persuade others.
  • Strong organisation and planning skills to manage a wide variety of tasks, processes and responsibilities.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Self-motivated with a strong results focus, takes the initiative to drive disciplined delivery of objectives.
  • Develops own capability, looking outwardly to keep up to date with advances in technology and utilises knowledge to support the delivery of new and innovative solutions to our customers.
  • Demonstrates credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity and acts as a role model for the Quilter values – Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together.

Qualifications required:
  • Graduate level or equivalent work experience.
  • ITIL Practitioner.
  • Agile Practitioner.
  • External accreditation in Business Analysis/Systems Analysis is desirable.

Knowledge, Skills & Experience:
  • 2-5+ years as a Business Systems Analysis with experience working across the software development lifecycle.
  • Strong structured business systems analysis, data modelling and design skills.
  • Ability to design and document business processes.
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement capability with the ability to manage expectations and explain technical detail.
  • Ability and experience assisting with planning activities.
  • Experience configuring system settings.
  • Experience testing functionality and new releases.
  • Technical knowledge and experience of at least one for the following:
                  -Application and Data Integration Platforms
-Web Content Management; e
-CRM platforms e.g. Salesforce
-ERP solutions e.g. Oracle Financials, Workday
-SQL Server Databases
-Microsoft technologies
  • Capability to work in an Agile or DevOps environment.
  • Ability to work in ‘Virtual’ teams’ cross function/cross business and geographies.
  • Strong knowledge of the IT delivery lifecycle, associated methodologies and their practical application.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated. That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.

Core Benefits

Holiday: 26 days
Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it
Pension Scheme: 10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions
Benefit Allowance: A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits

In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.


Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

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Expenses Business Partner

Old Mutual Wealth

Southampton
9 days ago
Southampton
9 days ago

Expenses Business Partner

Ref: 00000584-7
Country: UK
Location: Southampton
Company: Quilter Plc
Department: Finance
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date: 9 March 2021


As an Expenses Business Partner you will provide high quality expense analysis, insight and decision support to the Group Expense Controller and Business Unit stakeholders to help achieve the Group’s and the Business Unit’s objectives and strategy.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

You will act as a Business Partner to the Business Unit focusing on Expenses, producing high quality management information which assists Business Unit Finance teams to understand their expense position.
You'll support the Business Unit to produce high quality expense budgets and plans to link in with overall Quilter Finance planning processes, producing budgets & forecasts with commentaries which provide analysis and deliver insight on the underlying performance of the Business Unit. You'll work to improving the impact, and understanding, of expense reporting - including cost allocation - on business performance, and will provide effective commercial procedures, or initiate change, to ensure key operational, commercial and financial expense targets are delivered – e.g. through construction of robust business cases & challenges.
You'll build partnerships and maintain strong relationships with Business Unit CFO and their teams, and the wider Finance function and will support the Group Expense Controller in continuous improvement within the Expenses team. You'll also support Expenses systems management, support and development.
You'll build and maintain strong partnerships with the other members of the wider finance team to share best practice and standards, and will update process documentation and maintain / evidence controls in line with Corporate standards for developed processes.

About you

You'll have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with senior leaders and a range of stakeholders across the organisation, and be able to deal with high levels of ambiguity, navigate complex organisational structures, managing multiple stakeholders and service providers within a matrix environment.
You'll have good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to clearly articulate the narrative around expenses to key stakeholders, presenting complex information in a clear manner to varied stakeholders with strong attention to detail. You'll produce high quality, timely deliverables, with credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity. You'll work with agility and at pace with limited supervision, escalating as appropriate.
You'll have strong negotiation and influencing skills, being able to work in a complex and changing environment whilst embracing change and initiating new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes. You'll have a proactive approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles, escalating issues as required. You'll embrace a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives and act as a role model for the Quilter values – Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together.
Ideally you'll hold an accounting qualification (CIMA, ACA, ACCA or equivalent), experience of working in a Finance function within Financial Services is also advantageous.
You'll need a familiarity with working with multiple stakeholders and to tight timescales in a delivery focused fashion, and experience of working in a highly results-orientated, growth and performance driven environment, with a focus on excellence. You'll also need the ability to interrogate systems and navigate complex infrastructure, and a demonstrable track record of delivering on time and quality.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated.  That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.


Core Benefits (Fixed Term Contract)

Holiday:  26 days

Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Benefit Allowance:  A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits


In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.


Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

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Senior Commercial Analyst

Old Mutual Wealth

Southampton
11 days ago
Southampton
11 days ago

Senior Commercial Analyst

Ref: 00000580-6
Country: UK
Location: Southampton
Company: Quilter Plc
Department: Finance
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date: 7 March 2021


The purpose of this role is to provide financial analysis and support to business units and strategic projects within the Group.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

Key Responsibilities and Scope of role:

  • Work collaboratively with business units and project teams to provide financial analysis to help them identify cost saving opportunities.
  • Provide financial input in the preparation of business cases detailing the cost and benefit case and the impact on the Group’s profitability and KPIs.
  • Support the Group’s Expense Business Partners in creating and presenting cost analysis for their functions.
  • Provide senior management with independent analysis and insight to enable the challenge of costs through the yearly business performance cycles.
  • Support the Group Expense Controller and Head of Finance Change with ad-hoc financial reporting, analysis and planning
  • Building partnerships and maintaining strong relationships with Business Unit CFOs, their teams, and the wider Finance function.

About you

Key Behavioural Skills:

  • Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with senior leaders and a range of stakeholders across the organisation
  • Credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity
  • Strong interpersonal, negotiation and influencing skills
  • Able to work in a complex and changing environment
  • Embraces change and initiates new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes
  • Proactive approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles, escalating issues as required
  • Embraces a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives
  • Acts as a role model for the Quilter values - Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together

Qualifications required:
  • University level educated
  • ACA, ACCA or CIMA qualified

Knowledge, Skills & Experience:
  • Ability to understand the strategic view but also maintain the attention to detail
  • Demonstrable experience in FP&A, business partnering or financial analyst role
  • Experience of working within a Financial Change environment would be desirable but not essential.
  • Experience of senior stakeholder engagement
  • Excellent Excel skills, competent in all the other core MS Office application
  • Comfortable in a fast moving environment, that requires someone who is both adaptable and a self-starter
  • Ability to work under pressure against pressing deadlines

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated. That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.
Core Benefits

Holiday: 26 days
Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it
Pension Scheme: 10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions
Benefit Allowance: A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits

In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.
 

Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

Q
Q

Expenses Business Partner

Quilter Plc

Southampton
10 days ago
Southampton
10 days ago
Expenses Business Partner
Ref
00000584-7
Country
UK
Location
Southampton
Company
Quilter Plc
Department
Finance
Type of Contract
Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date
9 March 2021


As an Expenses Business Partner you will provide high quality expense analysis, insight and decision support to the Group Expense Controller and Business Unit stakeholders to help achieve the Group’s and the Business Unit’s objectives and strategy.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

You will act as a Business Partner to the Business Unit focusing on Expenses, producing high quality management information which assists Business Unit Finance teams to understand their expense position.
You'll support the Business Unit to produce high quality expense budgets and plans to link in with overall Quilter Finance planning processes, producing budgets & forecasts with commentaries which provide analysis and deliver insight on the underlying performance of the Business Unit. You'll work to improving the impact, and understanding, of expense reporting - including cost allocation - on business performance, and will provide effective commercial procedures, or initiate change, to ensure key operational, commercial and financial expense targets are delivered – e.g. through construction of robust business cases & challenges.
You'll build partnerships and maintain strong relationships with Business Unit CFO and their teams, and the wider Finance function and will support the Group Expense Controller in continuous improvement within the Expenses team. You'll also support Expenses systems management, support and development.
You'll build and maintain strong partnerships with the other members of the wider finance team to share best practice and standards, and will update process documentation and maintain / evidence controls in line with Corporate standards for developed processes.

About you

You'll have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with senior leaders and a range of stakeholders across the organisation, and be able to deal with high levels of ambiguity, navigate complex organisational structures, managing multiple stakeholders and service providers within a matrix environment.
You'll have good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to clearly articulate the narrative around expenses to key stakeholders, presenting complex information in a clear manner to varied stakeholders with strong attention to detail. You'll produce high quality, timely deliverables, with credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity. You'll work with agility and at pace with limited supervision, escalating as appropriate.
You'll have strong negotiation and influencing skills, being able to work in a complex and changing environment whilst embracing change and initiating new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes. You'll have a proactive approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles, escalating issues as required. You'll embrace a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives and act as a role model for the Quilter values – Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together.
Ideally you'll hold an accounting qualification (CIMA, ACA, ACCA or equivalent), experience of working in a Finance function within Financial Services is also advantageous.
You'll need a familiarity with working with multiple stakeholders and to tight timescales in a delivery focused fashion, and experience of working in a highly results-orientated, growth and performance driven environment, with a focus on excellence. You'll also need the ability to interrogate systems and navigate complex infrastructure, and a demonstrable track record of delivering on time and quality.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated.  That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.


Core Benefits (Fixed Term Contract)

Holiday:  26 days

Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Benefit Allowance:  A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits


In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.


Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

Q
Q

Expenses Business Partner

Quilter Plc

Southampton
9 days ago
Southampton
9 days ago
Expenses Business Partner
Ref
00000584-7
Country
UK
Location
Southampton
Company
Quilter Plc
Department
Finance
Type of Contract
Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date
9 March 2021


As an Expenses Business Partner you will provide high quality expense analysis, insight and decision support to the Group Expense Controller and Business Unit stakeholders to help achieve the Group’s and the Business Unit’s objectives and strategy.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

You will act as a Business Partner to the Business Unit focusing on Expenses, producing high quality management information which assists Business Unit Finance teams to understand their expense position.
You'll support the Business Unit to produce high quality expense budgets and plans to link in with overall Quilter Finance planning processes, producing budgets & forecasts with commentaries which provide analysis and deliver insight on the underlying performance of the Business Unit. You'll work to improving the impact, and understanding, of expense reporting - including cost allocation - on business performance, and will provide effective commercial procedures, or initiate change, to ensure key operational, commercial and financial expense targets are delivered – e.g. through construction of robust business cases & challenges.
You'll build partnerships and maintain strong relationships with Business Unit CFO and their teams, and the wider Finance function and will support the Group Expense Controller in continuous improvement within the Expenses team. You'll also support Expenses systems management, support and development.
You'll build and maintain strong partnerships with the other members of the wider finance team to share best practice and standards, and will update process documentation and maintain / evidence controls in line with Corporate standards for developed processes.

About you

You'll have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with senior leaders and a range of stakeholders across the organisation, and be able to deal with high levels of ambiguity, navigate complex organisational structures, managing multiple stakeholders and service providers within a matrix environment.
You'll have good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to clearly articulate the narrative around expenses to key stakeholders, presenting complex information in a clear manner to varied stakeholders with strong attention to detail. You'll produce high quality, timely deliverables, with credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity. You'll work with agility and at pace with limited supervision, escalating as appropriate.
You'll have strong negotiation and influencing skills, being able to work in a complex and changing environment whilst embracing change and initiating new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes. You'll have a proactive approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles, escalating issues as required. You'll embrace a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives and act as a role model for the Quilter values – Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together.
Ideally you'll hold an accounting qualification (CIMA, ACA, ACCA or equivalent), experience of working in a Finance function within Financial Services is also advantageous.
You'll need a familiarity with working with multiple stakeholders and to tight timescales in a delivery focused fashion, and experience of working in a highly results-orientated, growth and performance driven environment, with a focus on excellence. You'll also need the ability to interrogate systems and navigate complex infrastructure, and a demonstrable track record of delivering on time and quality.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated.  That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.


Core Benefits (Fixed Term Contract)

Holiday:  26 days

Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Benefit Allowance:  A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits


In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.


Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

Salary

£11 - £13 Per Hour

Job Type

full-time, part-time

Posted

5 days ago

Description

Part-Time Accounts Assistant / Finance Assistant

Salary: £19,000 - £25,000 pro rata
Contract: Permanent, Part time, flexible hours (estimated 3 days per week initial)
Location: Minstead, Southampton + Work from home during COVID-19.

The Rapid Repair Network is a specialist vehicle repair management company, covering the UK performing sameday repairs for insurers, accident management companies and fleet customers.
We are looking for a proactive, experienced Accounts Assistant to help develop our finance function, working closely with the directors and wider team.
We are a small, friendly team who believe in working hard for each other, but also having fun!
We have built a highly supportive working environment, with the opportunity to learn and grow, and be recognised for your efforts. We are looking for someone who will enjoy working with us:

  • We work hard for each other and offer support when required. 
  • We take ownership of what needs doing and enjoy new challenges.
  • We are always looking to do things better.
  • We believe that our efforts can make a real difference to the company and our customers.

Main responsibilities:
Maintaining and updating the purchase and sales ledger

• Matching invoices and purchase orders
• Reconciling supplier's statements
• Producing month end report highlighting suppliers for payment
• Bank reconciliation
• Updating of sales invoices to ledgers
• Producing credit notes
• Entering cheque/Card receipts / remittances
• Investigating and reconciling customer enquiries
• Ad hoc duties as required by the finance team

Core skills and experience
  • Previous experience within a similar role
  • Credit Control experience 
  • Relevant full or part certification
  • Proficient in using the SAGE platform
  • Meticulous organisation skills
  • Great communication skills

Beneficial skills and experience
  • Streamlining and redesigning processes
  • Advanced Excel 
  • Building finance models

Benefits
  • Company pension contributions
  • Flexible working hours
  • Work from home during COVID-19 and flexibility going forward
  • On-site parking

The Rapid Repair Network is a business that is growing at considerable speed, with this in mind, we expect the role will offer excellent career opportunities for the successful candidate. (including resulting in full time hours if desired.)