Location - Warrington with hybrid working
Full Time, Permanent
£80,000 - £90,000 per annum (dependent on experience)
The Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contract (AASC) has grown rapidly since commencement. One consequence of this growth is that processes may lag, resulting in increased risk to the financial control environment, and an inconsistency of method across the two regions. To underpin the remaining contract term, we require greater rigour and harmony in our processes and controls to provide a high level of assurance over the financial data.
As a result, we are seeking an experienced Financial Controller to be responsible for the integrity of the financial information for the AASC through the maintenance of an effective control environment. This will encompass ensuring that the financial data and metrics for the AASC are correct and adhere to UK&E and Serco policies. The candidate must ensure the processes that support the production and reporting of those figures are robust, efficient and are applied consistently across the AASC.
To achieve the above, you will be a self-starter who can own and drive consistent delivery of regular and recurring activities, driving financial process change through the Contract. You will be expected to have a passion for the quality of your output, an intolerance for inefficiencies and inconsistencies and the ability and motivation to drive process excellence.
As part of this you'll:
What you'll need to do the role:
Meaningful and vital work: In this position, your work is vital to the business, in terms of decisions and growth. You will gain a world of opportunity working for a globally operating business delivering essential services across 5 vital sectors, personal growth, achievement and development won't be hard to find. You'll also work with great people. You'll find yourself working in a highly motivated, supportive environment where no two days are the same, with experienced colleagues who strive for excellence.
What we offer:
At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone.
By joining Serco you will have unlimited access to our Global Employee Networks - SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and In@Serco (LGBT & Networks). Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging.
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