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Why Createmaster?

Central to our success is a group of vibrant professionals, all dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier. Working on a wide range of UK construction projects provides us with a constant source of inspiration, as well as plenty of opportunities to learn new skills.

Formed in 2002 with a team of just 3 people, we have now grown to employ over 70 specialists without ever compromising our vision or our supportive, collaborative culture. We value ideas from all areas of our business and remain totally committed to investing in the development of our staff.

If you’re looking for a fun, sociable place to work and a new career challenge, please search our job vacancies below and get in touch. We are always on the lookout for top industry talent and untapped potential.

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Collaborative Culture

Our People & Values

Throughout Createmaster and the wider BuildData Group, our people contribute a powerful blend of talent, knowledge and experience that is embodied within the solutions and services we offer. Our core corporate values can be summed up by the acronym DATA – we like to say we’re a ‘DATA’-driven company.

Different

We celebrate diversity. Being bold enough to question convention is crucial to finding better ways to operate. We build on the unique strengths and ideas of our people to create solutions.

Agile

Technology never stands still, and neither do we. We are always on the lookout for new ways to do things and help our customers derive more value from their business and data to maintain a cutting edge.

Transparent

We are clear and open in the way that we function and communicate. We advocate respect and transparency to get the best from our colleagues, clients and industry regulators. Better visibility empowers better insights and decisions.

Achievement

We are passionate about outcomes and continual improvement. And we know these things matter to our people and our customers, so we focus on development. We help all our stakeholders gain tangible, measurable benefits that contribute towards quality and growth.

Financial Reporting Accountant

London | Full-Time | Competitive

The Role

Createmaster are market leaders in the delivery of structured data, asset information and digital O&M solutions to the UK construction industry. Part of the Build Data Group of companies, Createmaster is the largest provider in a niche sector with around 40% market share and looking to continue our long-term growth rate of around 20% per year. Our clients know us as experts in our field and trust us to advise upon and deliver their most prestigious construction projects – these long-term relationships are built upon the foundation of our mantra “Do What You Say You Will Do”. As a growing business, there are opportunities for further career development and advancement for high achievers.

Industry
  • Information Technology & Services
  • Computer Software/Saas
  • Construction

Principal Duties

We have an exciting opportunity for a Financial Reporting Accountant to join our growing team.

Principal Job Elements & Responsibilities
  • Own & drive the month end close and reporting cycle to ensure the Board packs are produced accurately, in accordance with agreed deadlines, provide the analysis and understanding required by the Board and with insightful commentary. Continuously look to drive change and efficiencies in processes/controls/systems to meet the businesses changing needs.
  • Take ownership of relevant balance sheet accounts, ensure adequate controls are in place, reconciliations are performed and reviewed to a high standard within agreed deadlines, reconciling items are understood and followed up on and any opportunities or risks are highlighted.
  • Manage/review the data input and prepare relevant reports for our outsourced providers to process monthly payroll for the various businesses (accurately and in timely manner). Ensure the businesses stay compliant with all payroll/pension related matters.
  • Support in the preparation of the annual statutory audit and tax analysis work for the entity, ensuring information produced is accurate and provided in line with agreed timetables. Manage Tax/VAT compliance for all relevant companies. Providing ad hoc information as required.
  • Build and develop strong internal working relationships at senior levels across the business to support in reporting and decision making.
  • Collaborate within a high performing, happy team that is motivated and engaged with the business.

Candidate Attributes

Job Requirements

You will be a Qualified accountant with post qualified experience (ACCA, CIMA or ACA), have experience of preparing management accounts, including variance analysis and commentary, experience in financial reporting (IFRS/FRS102), processing payroll, pension, corporation tax, and VAT, advanced excel skills and ideally experience of using systems including NetSuite, JIRA, and SAGE.

You will be passionate about driving change through a continuous improvement mindset, have a strong drive to succeed, be self motivated and have the ability to work independently as well as part of a team, coupled with the ability to work tight deadlines in a fast-moving environment.

Benefits

This role is offered on a hybrid working basis, and as such is split between home working and office based. The successful candidate will be expected to attend our London office on at least a 2 day a week basis. In return, we’re offering a competitive salary, up to £45,000, plus 20% bonus, Life Assurance, Pension and Private Medical Insurance. We also have excellent learning and development opportunities, including a Learning Management Platform with a curated career pathway, enhanced Parental Leave, Cycle to work scheme, wellbeing and healthy living support and advice and free fruit and refreshments in the office.

Central to our success is a group of vibrant professionals, all dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier. Working on a wide range of UK construction projects provides us with a constant source of inspiration, as well as plenty of opportunities to learn new skills.

Formed in 2002 with a team of just 3 people, we have now grown to employ over 70 specialists without ever compromising our vision or our supportive, collaborative culture. We value ideas from all areas of our business and remain totally committed to investing in the development of our staff.

If you’re looking for a fun, sociable place to work and a new career challenge, look no further. We are always on the lookout for top industry talent and untapped potential.

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Office Administrator

London | Full-Time | Competitive

The Role

Createmaster are market leaders in the delivery of structured data, asset information and digital O&M solutions to the UK construction industry. Part of the Build Data Group of companies, Createmaster is the largest provider in a niche sector with around 40% market share and looking to continue our long-term growth rate of around 20% per year. Our clients know us as experts in our field and trust us to advise upon and deliver their most prestigious construction projects – these long-term relationships are built upon the foundation of our mantra “Do What You Say You Will Do”.

As a growing business, there are opportunities for further career development and advancement for high achievers.

Industry
  • Information Technology & Services
  • Computer Software/Saas
  • Construction
Job Functions
  • Office Management

Principal Duties

We have an exciting opportunity for an Office Administrator to join our growing team, either on a part-time or full-time basis. In this role you will be the main point of contact for all office related enquiries, internally and externally, ensuring the smooth running of the office and associated tasks.

Principal Job Elements & Responsibilities
  • Monitor and maintain orders for all office items, including food/ stationary/ USBs/ DSE ordering, chairs/ desks, and order business cards for new Sales/ Marketing/ SMT members
  • Meet and greet all visitors
  • Coordinate with our landline phone network provider to organise new phone lines to be added to accounts, and our mobile phone provider to organise phone contracts/ renewals and remote internet dongles
  • Be the main point of contact for all facilities management, including the management of maintenance contracts
  • Be responsible for Fire safety, organising Fire Drills, keeping fire safety documents up to date, being present for Fire Risk Assessments and ensuring that maintenance is up to date following any findings
  • Be responsible for Health & Safety, organising renewal documents, organising First Aid Training/ Mental Health Training, H&S in the office
  • Sort post/ parcel deliveries
  • Manage office access including key fobs and alarm fob access management
  • Provide secretarial support to our directors
  • Organise and lead events including Christmas, summer, social parties/events and liaise with internal and external parties to arrange meetings, travel/ accommodation, and events

You will also be responsible for task associated with other departments, including:

  • Approval of all invoice purchases/ facilities/ supplier invoices and call Reports for monthly KPIs
  • Sales contracts; administrating, coordinating signatures, scanning and sending back to clients
  • External PQQ – Constructionline/ Acclaim SSIP/ Builders Profile/ SMAS/ Achilles/ CQMS
  • Keeping PQQ Documents and Policies up to date, including logo changes and updates to all documents
  • Sales and Hosting USBs
  • Hardware orders – Laptops/ Screens/ cables/ mouse – keyboards, ordering/ fixing and being the main point of contact for systems
  • Approving, removing users, organising new laptops, and setting up/decommissioning/ destroying old laptops
  • Organising collection of equipment, access fobs, removal of all accounts
  • PQQ maintenance – Builders Profile/Completion and maintenance of other required PQQ Memberships questionnaires
  • Organising desks and meeting room space as required

Candidate Attributes

Job Requirements
  • You will have proven experience gained as an office administrator, or a similar role, with exceptional leadership, organisational and time management skills. You will have the ability to multitask and have excellent problem-solving skills, coupled with an aptitude for helping other people. You will be tech savvy, have outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal, be confident and discreet handling and processing confidential information, and be resourceful; able to adapt and meet tight deadlines.

Benefits

This role is offered on a hybrid working basis, and as such is split between home working and office based. The successful candidate will be expected to attend our London office on at least a 3 day a week basis. In return, we’re offering a competitive salary, up to £26,000, plus 20% bonus, Life Assurance, Pension and Private Medical Insurance. We also have excellent learning and development opportunities, including a Learning Management Platform with a curated career pathway, enhanced Parental Leave, Cycle to work scheme, wellbeing and healthy living support and advice and free fruit and refreshments in the office.

Central to our success is a group of vibrant professionals, all dedicated to making our clients’ lives easier. Working on a wide range of UK construction projects provides us with a constant source of inspiration, as well as plenty of opportunities to learn new skills.

Formed in 2002 with a team of just 3 people, we have now grown to employ over 70 specialists without ever compromising our vision or our supportive, collaborative culture. We value ideas from all areas of our business and remain totally committed to investing in the development of our staff.

If you’re looking for a fun, sociable place to work and a new career challenge, look no further. We are always on the lookout for top industry talent and untapped potential.

APPLY NOW