The financial sector makes up roughly 12% of the UK’s economic output, and many experts predict the UK's departure from the EU could lead to job creation for the UK’s financial services. It's a great time to pursue Financial Controller Jobs. You'll particularly benefit if you have a background in finance manager jobs which isn't exclusive to anyone sector.
A financial controller has the responsibility of overseeing the accounting department, ensuring the smooth running of a company's financial responsibilities. The extensive workload of a knowledgeable financial controller includes performance monitoring, financial reporting, overseeing and rectifying complex tax and regulatory issues, contributing ideas and best practices towards financial strategies, as well as assisting and helping to educate individuals within the financial/accounting department.
Expected Financial Controller Jobs remuneration
Financial controllers can benefit from this well-paid position, which comes as a result of the requirement for strong leadership skills and high-level decision making. These talents are a direct result of industry experience and formal accreditation in ACCA/CIMA degrees. As at 2020, the guidance salary available in Scotland is £50,000, which varies according to location, company size and type of organisation.
Overseeing financial planning and analysis, this position increasingly sees the individual sit on the board and contribute towards the future direction and strategy of any business. Head on over to our Financial Services jobs section to explore where you can tap into this growing sector.
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