Are you currently working in finance systems and looking for a bigger challenge?
We’re supporting a prestigious UK law firm in the search to identify an experienced finance systems analyst who can strengthen their Business Systems team ahead of a major PMS implementation project.
The successful applicant will be joining a high quality firm, and be involved in a variety of tasks, including specific projects relating to the PMS implementation. You’ll gain excellent exposure to the entire project life cycle and will develop your experience on one of the market leading practice management systems through to go-live and beyond.
In addition to the project, you will also be involved in development of existing systems, assist in the production of ad-hoc and scheduled reporting (using SSRS, SQL) and play an active role in supporting the efficient usage and maintenance of the firms suite of key business systems. You should therefore enjoying contributing as part of a team, and have a flexible and proactive approach to your work.
To be considered for this opportunity, you will have existing experience working within a finance/business systems team at a law firm or other professional services firm. Knowledge of SQL/SSRS will be a big advantage, as will experience of Elite Enterprise, Elite 3E or Aderant (although these are not essential). The ideal candidate will also have a wider knowledge of technical accounting and so someone who is studying towards, or indeed has completed an accountancy based qualification would be preferred.
To register your potential interest in this opportunity please apply now, or contact John Carleton directly (quoting where you have seen this advert) to have a confidential discussion.
Balance Recruitment is an award winning Recruitment Agency and is advertising this opportunity on behalf of a client. We are an equal opportunities employer, committed to promoting diversity.
We endeavour to reply to all applications within 3 working days, however due to very high levels of response for certain positions, it is unfortunately not always possible to respond to every unsuccessful application.