Financial Controller

Reference: MG10110


£50,000-£60,000 per annum

Finance and Accounting


Our client is an Energy company based in Belfast. They currently seek a Financial Controller to join their growing business, the individual would provide strong technical expertise and develop the finance controls across the business. They would play a major role in the development and implementation of the company’s strategic plans in order that both financial and growth targets are achieved.

The successful candidate would be a trusted advisor to the senior members of the organisation, helping steer the business strategy and direction. Managing the accounting aspects of the business, they would have full responsibility over all aspects of that function, providing a business partnering role to the rest of the organisation.


  • Responsible for the production of all financial information to the operational management, and Board of Directors. 

  • Responsible for reconciliation of all balance sheet accounts 

  • Provide a weekly cash flow report, and weekly/monthly management accounts 

  • Reporting on standard costs and Standard Cost Variance Analysis 

  • Preparation of year-end financial statements
  • Responsible for the continuing development of sound financial controls and procedures within the organisation.
  • Process controls, product cost evaluation and pricing management. 

  • Implementing and adhering to financial reporting requirements.

  • Prepare, monitor and maintain annual department and company budgets.
  • To evaluate and review the company’s contractual obligations.

  • Assess and reduce the company’s exposure to financial risk. 

  • To be involved in the development of the company’s IT strategy. 

  • Implement, monitor and update all statutory and legislative requirements in 
financial terms. 

  • To maintain a high level of integrity and confidentiality.


  • Must have experience in the Energy sector, either through industry or clients within practice
  • Qualified Accountant in one of the following Accountancy bodies (CIMA / ACCA/ ACA). At least 5 year PQE.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Evidence of analytical, problem solving and decision-making skills
  • Proven innovative capability, focussed on continuous improvement

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