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Head of Financial Accounting

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Manchester Airports Group
Posted
26 March 2014
Closes
09 April 2014
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Competitive

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That’s because our internationally significant, fast moving and dynamic business comes with four leading UK airports at Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and Stansted, 42 million passengers, 225 global destinations, a £3.2bn annual contribution to the UK economy, over 130,000 staff, and a £350 million portfolio of over 200 properties.

What it all means is that you get to take your career one step further than you’ve ever imagined - and take on one of the biggest challenges you’ve ever faced. The only limit to your career progression is your own imagination.

As Head of Financial Accounting for the Manchester Airport Group you’ll have leadership of the entire Financial Accounting function. This includes ownership of our audit committee agenda, delivery of quarterly, half-yearly and annual reports and statements, and ownership of our strategic business planning process. You’ll also keep a close eye on our overall financial picture.

A fully qualified ACA or CTA Accountant with significant experience in a similar complex environment, you’ll be a natural leader, a influential communicator, a keen negotiator, and someone who can develop a team.

You’ll need to be confident, credible, and truly inspirational. But above all, you’ll be more than ready to step up the pace of your financial career with a business that’s brilliant at what it does, that has its finger on the pulse, and which is a natural leader in its field.

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Manchester Airports Group

Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is the largest UK-owned airport operator, serving 24 million passengers and handling half a million tonnes of air freight every year, through its ownership and operation of Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and Humb...