Senior Accountant required for busy language agency based in South Manchester. DA Languages Ltd. is an interpreting and translation agency that was established in 1998. Since then, the company has built a solid reputation working with clients in both the Public and Private sectors. In the last few years, we’ve witnessed significant growth and with this in mind, we are currently recruiting for a Senior Accountant to join the team during this exciting time of expansion. We are a trusted Language Service Provider for clients all across the UK. We work with thousands of freelance linguists who enable us to cover over 450 languages and dialects, for work involving: · Local governments and social care, · NHS Trusts, · Law Firms, · The Police, as well as · Schools. We are extremely proud of the services we provide and also of our excellent client retention rate; our clients trust us to deliver a consistently great service and value our services a great deal. Main duties include; Balancing accountsManagement accountsPayrollProcessing sales invoices, receipts and payments Completing VAT returnsChecking company bank statementsPreparing cash flow statementsDealing with financial paperwork and filingCredit controlMaintain petty cashConduct a monthly reconciliation of every bank account Requirements; Highly organised At least 3 years experience working in a similar position with in practiceExcel competenceExcellent customer relationshipX2 satisfactory references from previous employee. One must be from last/current job. If you think you match the description above and can bring enthusiasm, tenacity and a professional approach to work, then send your CV to us. Applicants must be UK residents and possess the right to work in the UK. DA Languages Ltd. is committed to the elimination of discrimination, be it direct or indirect, and will actively work with our staff and clients to ensure the equal treatment of all staff and applicants, irrespective of age, gender, marital status, race, ethnic origin, nationality, disability or religion.