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The Role

We are a leading international healthcare business of inter-connected people and brands with a global range of products delivering outstanding value.  From its origins in the UK over 20 years ago, Alliance has grown to become a significant international healthcare group.

We employ over 250 people, located in nine offices around the globe. Our international presence is further enhanced by an extensive network of distributors enabling us to serve customers in more than 100 countries worldwide. We have a successful business with a strong collaborative culture, and we recognise that our relevance and value is in how we work together.  Our UK business has been recognised as a Great Place To Work® three years consecutively.

We are now recruiting for a new Group Accountant to join our alliance of people, brands and partners working together, as one team, to achieve more for patients, healthcare providers, business partners and investors.

As our new Group Accountant, you will will support the Group Financial Reporting Manager (“GFRM”) in all statutory reporting, monthly reporting, and statutory compliance activities. You will proactively ensure that balances, underlying transactions and processes are compliant with International Financial Reporting Standards, audit requirements, and Group accounting policies.

You will have:

  • Strong technical understanding of interaction between balance sheet, profit & loss, and cash flow
  • The ability to prioritise effectively and manage time to deal with operational duties and ad hoc projects.
  • Responsibility for your own work and the meeting of challenging deadlines.
  • The appropriate level of professional skepticism and self-review, considering in advance potential internal and external audit queries.
  • Self-motivation and drive to deliver continuous improvements, presenting solutions rather than raising issues.

Your role as Group Accountant will involve working on technical accounting projects, including presenting impact assessments for changes in accounting standard or new business transactions to Senior stakeholders.

  • You will prepare journals and management month-end schedules in relation to the Group’s accruals and prepayments and produce the balance sheet reconciliations for the Group’s entities accounted for from the UK (bank reconciliations and subledger reconciliations).
  • You will be responsible for balance sheet review and analysis of monthly variances for centrally-managed legal entities
  • You will have opportunity to support the preparation and review of Annual and Interim reporting under IFRS, ensuring underlying accounting records are maintained to audit standard, and any known risks of non-compliance are flagged appropriately.
  • You will support the preparation of statutory accounts for global entities, in conjunction with subsidiary teams.
  • You will be a key point of contact for the Group’s auditors
  • You will have the opportunity to get involved in short-term projects, including the integration of completed and future acquisitions into the Alliance finance system

  • Do you have the right to work in the UK?
  • Are you comfortable working in a hybrid setting?
  • Are you comfortable commuting to this job's location?
  • Are you a qualified Accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA)

If you want the opportunity to join a progressive, people centred, global organisation where real values are at the heart of everything, we do then submit your CV via the application button. In return we offer a competitive salary and benefits package, a superb office environment and fantastic team to work with.

Genuine candidates only, NO AGENCIES please. We will be processing all applications as quickly as possible, If you have not received a response within 2 weeks, you have not been progressed to the first stage of interviews. Unfortunately, due to high response rates we are unable to respond directly to each candidate, however, we would like to thank you for your interest in working with Alliance.

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