Wilmington plc is a dynamic and expanding company with a common aim – turning knowledge into advantage. We provide information and training to professional business markets within the Risk & Compliance, Finance, Legal and Insight sectors. We enable professionals and their organisations to enhance performance by providing high quality, relevant and reliable information, education and knowledge. Our services are underpinned by our core values of enhancing, enabling, collaborating and innovating.
The day to day focus of the position will be to provide accounting and financial support for two US entities, based in Charlotte, North Carolina and Boston, Massachusetts. These entities are indirect subsidiaries of Wilmington plc, a UK based premium listed entity on the London Stock Exchange. Based in Charlotte, this role includes the preparation of monthly Management Accounts, understanding and managing certain general ledger accounts, detail analysis and presentation of financial data, preparation and recording of journal entries, preparation and review of monthly account reconciliations, and other similar activities or ad hoc requests. The position would suit a strong accountant who is well used to group reporting to an overseas company and is eager to learn and contribute towards the advancement of the Businesses. The position will report to the Divisional Financial Controller, who is based in the UK and will visit at least twice per annum. The successful candidate needs to be self-motivated as the sole finance representative of the office. The successful candidate will also initially oversee an accounting employee, who is based in the Boston office.
Candidates should have either:
Some internal travel within the US may be required.
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