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Accounts Apprentice

Company Name:
Warner Goodman LLP
Location:
Fareham
Apprenticeship Framework/Standard:
Accountancy Level 2/3
18 Sep 2019
Vacancy Type:
Apprenticeship
Working Hours:
Monday to Friday
Job Advert
Warner Goodman has been established for well over 150 years in the Hampshire area dealing with various aspects of law to the general public and businesses.
They are offering an outstanding opportunity to assist within the Accounts Team to ensure cover is provided at all times to ensure the smooth running of the department.
 

Key Responsibilities:        

To assist in the following duties:

 

1.   Process purchase ledger invoices.

2.   Process bank transactions and reconcile bank accounts.

3.   Process Telegraphic Transfers on the on-line banking system.

4.   Monitor and reconcile Fareham petty cash.

5.   Process branch monthly petty cash.

6.   Prepare and dispatch Centralised Family bills including ad hoc bills.

7.   Transfer funds to settle outstanding bills and disbursements

8.   Process time write offs as directed by senior accounts staff

9.   To assist in month end and year end tasks as and when required.

10. To ensure filing is kept to date.

11.    To carry out accounts procedures (as directed by senior accounts staff) so as to efficiently manage work flow.

12.    To assist with SAR and Accounts Audits.

13.   To be aware of the duties performed by other Accounts Team members to enable adequate cover to be provided at all times of holiday/absence – including cover for part time members of the Accounts Team when they are not working.

14.       To be willing to assist generally within the Accounts Team to ensure cover is provided and a harmonious working relationship is maintained within the team.

15.    To provide cover at times of holiday/absence

 

 

Compliance

-To comply at all times with relevant Professional Obligations so far as they relate to your role as a Credit Controller including those laid down from time to time by:-

  • The Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • The Financial Conduct Authority

 

-To comply at all times with the Solicitors’ Accounts Rules and if aware that your actions or those of others may have breached these Rules to notify the COFA to this effect without delay.

-To be aware of your obligations under the Solicitors Regulation Authority Handbook to seek to comply with those obligations and if aware that your actions or those of others may have breached the Handbook to notify the COLP to this effect without delay.

-To comply with the Firm’s Money Laundering Policy/Data Protection Policy so far as they relate to your role as a Credit Controller.

-To take on ad hoc duties as assigned by the Finance Partner or Managing Partner.

-To ensure compliance with the Firm’s Quality Standards.