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Recently we have seen heightened demand across all sectors for part-qualified accountants for duties such as invoicing, data entry and basic month-end processes or, in some cases, for more senior roles such as Finance Manager or Controller. 

Typically, candidates will be working towards a professional accounting qualification and, once qualified, will progress to another opportunity. It’s therefore very important that employers actively plan for succession.

Cedar's Part-Qualified & Transactional Finance Practice, with its established reputation for excellence and trust, focuses on supplying part-qualified (or those qualified by experience) and transactional accountants with salaries from £25,000 to £35,000 plus study-support remuneration.


We cover a wide range of part-qualified and transactional finance roles including, but not limited to the following job titles:

  • Accounts Receivable / Accounts Payable

  • Payroll 

  • Finance Analyst

  • Accounts Assistant

  • Assistant Accountant

  • Finance Officer

  • Financial Accountant

  • Senior Management Accountant

  • Book keeping

  • Billings

  • Credit Control

  • Junior Accountant

  • Junior Accounts Assistant

  • Management Accountant

  • Financial Accountant

Salary Survey - Part Qualified and Transactional Finance – South East

Jobs in Part-qualified & Transactional Finance

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Billing Lead
England£35000 - £38000 per annum

Billing / AR Lead, Manchester (Data Technology) £35k - £38k + Benefits We are partnering with a Data Technology business based in Manchester who are looking for an experienced Billing Lead to join ...

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Financial Accountant - PQ
Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum

Financial Accountant - PQ | £40,000 to £45,000 | 12 month FTC | Hertfordshire | Office based & WFH Cedar are supporting a market leading FTSE 100 listed consumer tech business in the search for a p...

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Payroll & Benefits Officer
London, Greater London, England£32000.00 - £35000.00 per annum

Payroll & Benefits Officer | £32,000 to £35,000 | 6 month FTC | London | Office based & WFH Cedar are working with a innovative Tech start-up based in London, supporting the search for a Payroll & ...

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Financial Analyst
London, Greater London, England£35000 - £40000 per annum

Financial Analyst - Retail company (Central London, hybrid of office + working from home) £33k - £38k + Benefits including Study Support We are partnering with a leading Retail business based in Ce...

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