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An international dry bulk operator and logistics company, with a European HQ and operations in Asia and the Middle East, are hiring a Financial Risk Manager for their team in London.
Working closing with the trading team and senior management, you’ll manage the financial risks around the trading of vessels, the potential hedging of vessels, as well as hedging of vessel’s bunkers.
This position will give you the opportunity to go forward in your career, using what you have learnt, to take ownership of a risk management system.
You’ll have experience in Risk Management in a commodity trading company, or dry or wet operator.
While being well versed in financial aspects and capable of devising a risk management system, you’ll be able to understand, and communicate this from a commercial perspective, building good rapport with the internal trading team.
Full-time position based in London.
Existing entitlement to live and work in the U.K is essential.
Are you looking for a move up in Payroll?
Coordinate Payroll for an international shipping company across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
Being responsible for the day-to-day management of payroll, you’ll be onboarding new employees onto the system as well as processing new hires, and leavers on the system for approval.
Collecting data, you’ll ensure all information is present and correct for multiple, global payroll runs liasing with treasury to ensure the funds required for payment are available. You’ll also liase with accounts to preparing payroll reports.
You’ll will be a problem solver; an excellent communicator, and you’ll be key in making sure the efficient running of a payroll department.
An Accounting, Finance or Business degree is essential.
You will have at least 3 years global payroll experience.
Advanced level Excel skills along with ADP Payroll will give you an edge.
This is a full-time position based in New York.
Existing entitlement to live and work in the US is required.
Join an international ship management company in London as Finance Manager.
With an increase in the number of vessels within the fleet, additional resources are needed in the finance team.
You’ll be responsible for producing consolidated/entity level financial statements, management reporting of key financial performance indicators, as well as co-ordinate budgeting and forecasting for Containers & PCTCs segment.
Reporting to the Financial Controller, you’ll be working alongside a Senior Accountant, Vessel Accountant and AP Account Executive.
Experience required for this position:
• Chartered Accountant;
• 3-5 years PQE;
• Understanding of accounting standards (IFRS and UK GAAP) applicable to maritime industry; and
• Exposure to and understanding of UK tonnage tax.
This is a full-time, office-based position in London.
Existing entitlement to live and work in the UK is required.