- Location: Toulouse
- Salary: £39.5k - 43.9k per year
- £39.5k - 43.9k per year
- Job Type
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Do you juggle numbers and are comfortable with your interlocutors to manage customer relations? Do you want to give a new impetus to your career? Join!
We offer you an exciting position in a growing market! You will join a human and young company, very attached to a respectful and human management. We propose you to realize yourself in a position representing a strong involvement in favor of renewable energies.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO ENTRUSTING YOU WITH THESE MISSIONS:
Reporting to the Administrative Operations Manager, you will manage a portfolio of active wind farms and guarantee its proper functioning and optimization. You are the privileged interlocutor of the owners of the parks for the administrative and financial part.
In this position, you:
· Manage the accounting and tax management of the fleets (accounting closing, cash flow monitoring, supplier payments, tax returns, etc.)
· Are the privileged interlocutor of the accountant and auditors
· Develop periodic reports to investors and banks
· Analyze the discrepancies and be proactive in the corrective actions to be taken
· Are in charge of contractual follow-up
· Develop and cultivate good relationships with investors and suppliers
IF YOU HAD TO DESCRIBE YOURSELF?
· I hold a Bac + 5 in financial management
· I have at least 2 years of experience in asset management in renewable energy
· I am comfortable communicating in writing and speaking in English
· I have experience in project management
· I know how to use accounting software (Quadra or Sage) as well as Business Central
· I am autonomous and proactive and do not hesitate to participate in the continuous improvement of the service and tools
Your responsiveness, your qualities of autonomy, rigor and adaptation as well as a good team spirit, analysis and priority management will allow you to succeed in this position.
WHAT DO WE OFFER YOU?
We propose you to integrate a human company, promoting professional and personal balance as well as the development of skills, with pleasant and friendly working conditions within a light hierarchy where accessibility and transparency are our priority. We invite you to become a player in the energy transition, in a cutting-edge company that takes its action in the long term by giving it meaning.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
We would like you to preferably join our Toulouse colleagues but are open to a location on another agency: Orleans, Nantes or Lyon
For how long? For an indefinite period.
For what remuneration? Depending on your experience and we add participation!
Do you travel by bike? We offer bicycle mileage allowances!
Do you prefer public transport? We refund 100% of your subscription!
Do you like to share your meal with your colleagues? Pay in restaurant vouchers!
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