Assistant Treasury Analyst - Preston

£25 - £28k - Not for Profit - Treasury
Ref: 213 Date Posted: Wednesday 22 Sep 2021
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Assistant Treasury Analyst – £25k to £28k + Benefits -  Preston (WFH initially and then ideally working in the office 3 days a week/home for 2 days a week post- October)

Based in Preston, our client is a leading service provider who is seeking an individual to join their organisation within the treasury function. This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious individual to gain some treasury experience within a professional and supportive environment. Joining a dynamic and well-regarded team you will support a Senior Treasury Analyst providing additional support for ongoing projects and daily treasury requirements.

THE JOB:

The role will primarily be to support the delivery of an effective cash management on a day-to-day basis and support ongoing projects within the team.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Ensure the timely transmission of payments for all companies serviced by the Group
  • Assist in the completion of bank mandate forms and other banking returns such as KYC checks
  • Maintain and update the authorised signatories register
  • Ensure the accurate and timely capture of Treasury items within the Treasury Management System (City Financials) and Business World
  • Regular maintenance, review and update of static data within City Financials and Business World
  • Support the preparation of short and medium term cashflow forecasts
  • Complete daily and monthly treasury accounting processes including month end accruals and balance sheet reconciliations
  • Monitor cash and intercompany balances
  • Prepare and distribute daily cash and liquidity reports
  • Support improvements to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Treasury Team
  • Work collaboratively with other teams to resolve treasury related queries that may arise
  • Support ad-hoc requests as required for the Treasury Team

THE PERSON:

Ideally, you will be AAT Qualified (or equivalent) and working towards a recognised Treasury or Accounting qualification (AMCT, ACCA, CIMA, ACA). You will have experience of working within a finance or accounting function and experience of working within treasury would be an advantage but not essential. Knowledge of IT and accounting systems is essential, alongside some reporting experience.