Ledger Accountant - Part Qualified
Why is a role in our Financial Accounting team the next step for you?
Worldpay is a global FinTech business processing over £20bn of payments annually. We are a FTSE100 listed company delivering £1.25bn underlying revenue and over £300m gross profit. The role of WorldPay’s Financial Accounting team is to prepare, analyse, report and substantiate the financial results of the business in a well-controlled, accurate and timely manner. We can provide training and study support and a great working environment in a unique, fast paced business.
How will you add value on a day to day basis?
This role will be responsible for supporting General ledger and Capex team with delivery of the P&L and Capex accounting, financial reporting and analysis at month end. Aswell as supporting various monthly balance sheet, reconciliations, accruals and prepayments. Working closely with your colleagues in other areas you’ll be a key contact within the business supporting with financial reporting, analysis and insight for staff, property and procurement cost for both the UK and Globally.
What will make you the ideal candidate?
This role requires experience of working with complex data and in a high volume environment. You’ll have demonstrable financial analysis, reporting exposure ideally with some experience with capital expenditure We are looking for a pro-active individual with excellent attention to detail with a can do attitude and enthusiasm to drive results. Building strong relationships with the team as well stakeholder across the wider business will be a key part of this role so you must be able to demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills. Technically you will have advanced Excel skills, ideally you will have gained experience working with Oracle systems. Ideally you will also be part qualified (ACCA/ACA/ CIMA).
How is Worldpay changing the world?
Worldpay is a leader in global payments, we provide an extensive range of technology-led payment products and services to over 450,000 customers, across 146 countries and 126 currencies. We manage the increasing complexity of the payments landscape for our customers, allowing them to accept the widest range of payment types around the world. Using our network and technology, we are able to process payments from geographies covering 99% of global GDP enabling businesses to grow and prosper.
Manchester / England
October 24, 2017