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Warehouse / Stock Accountant



Ref SR6772

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Warehouse / Stock Accountant - Honiton - £25-30,000

There’s nothing better than working with long standing, repeat clients. We know the employer's business well and most importantly, we know that our previously placed candidates are very happy to be there! 

We’ve been assigned again, this time to help this very rapid growth technology business to assist a warehouse/stock accountant. It’s an urgent requirement, permanent and full time, so we’re expecting our client to want to move quickly on this. 

This is an interesting role that reports directly to the Financial Controller with a strong focus on stock variances, stock control, stock takes and stock valuations. The role will allow the successful candidate some autonomy of the warehouse accounting cycle, including the design and implementation of controls, processes and the development of warehouse KPIS. 

This would be a great opportunity for an experienced Assistant/Management Accountant ideally, though not essentially, with warehouses/stock/manufacturing exposure. This is a technology led business so candidates should but well versed in ERP systems (ideally MS Dynamics) as well as other systems. Candidates will ideally hold full AAT but QBE most welcome to apply. 

The rewards with this business are big. Not only are they a lovely group of people, their business is a bit of an underground success story with very fast national expansion (this will be our 3rd finance assignment over the last 6 months). Their staff development program and general working environment is second to very few. For further details and to apply, please contact Steve Roach quoting reference SR6772. 

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