- Plymouth, GB
- £7 /hr
- Available now
A highly qualified and experienced professional with extensive hands on’ expertise combined with wide experience in assistance with the set-up, implementation and monitoring ofmore...A highly qualified and experienced professional with extensive hands on’ expertise combined with wide experience in assistance with the set-up, implementation and monitoring of processes within the financial sector. Skilled in a range of management & administration roles and functions, including process analysing, quality control and computer systems. An organiser and prioritiser who allocates and co-ordinates resources, both human and material to best effect. Articulate and confident, a strong and practised communicator who uses initiative, time management and confidence in a personal performance role and establishes stable relationships at all levels. Proactive and innovative with excellent communication, analytical, problem solving, and team playing skills together with good project set up and implementation knowledge.
Area Covered: Plymouth
Work Experience Summary: Analysing change and advising accordingly;
Conducting reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction and smoother operation opportunities;
Liaising with auditors & staff to ensure annual monitoring is effectively carried out;
Developing external relationships with appropriate contacts e.g. auditors, solicitors, bankers and IT Development.
Producing accurate Management Information reports to specific deadlines;
Conducting regular meetings with the management and IT Development of the companies, e.g., to discuss issues arising regarding current processes.
Additional language Afrikaans (Fluent reading, writing and verbal)
Education Summary: Business Analysis (In-house Training at FNB Bank)
Computer literacy updates
Bookkeeping to balance sheet
First aid course in the work environment
Supervisory and management courses through First National Bank
Matriculated from Kempton Park High School.
Administration; Support; Finance and Business Analysis