WiseEnergy is a trusted and established solar asset manager, offering all the services clients require to manage and optimize large-scale solar plants, from development and construction through to long-term operational asset management. We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, passionate finance professional to support the delivery of finance asset management services to one of our most important clients in multiple international jurisdictions.

We are looking for someone who genuinely cares about the people they work with, naturally seeks to collaborate, and enjoys the buzz of good camaraderie. Although, as with all finance roles, you will need to have exceptional attention to detail, this role will also require communication with a wide range of stakeholders. In other words, you will be a key member of the team who can build and maintain good working relationships. both internally and with external stakeholders.

The role is a mid-level role and you will be expected to be part of the team to manage the finance operations for our client’s assets in the UK. You will also be expected to support the finance operations for other regions as required.

Reporting to the Finance Manager based in the UK, the successful role holder will work with other accountants and professionals from other functions of the business. From time to time the successful candidate may be asked to perform tasks at the same level within our other range of funds/clients.

We have a hybrid working model between working from the office and remotely. The hybrid arrangement is to be discussed and agreed upon with your line manager continuously and is subject to changes. Typically, the WiseEnergy finance team work two days per week in the office.

There is an expectation of consistency and accuracy of outputs, as well as delivering and maintaining a high degree of customer service (internal and external). In view of this, you will be expected to appropriately flag issues and support their resolution through to the end and proactively drive continuous improvement.

The Management Accountant is expected to be able to undertake the responsibilities outlined below with minimum supervision.



  • Provide financial support for onboarding assets into the portfolio under the supervision of the Finance Manager

Accounting & Reporting

  • Interacting with accounts payable and accounts receivable to ensure accurate and timely accounting.
  • Preparation of periodic payment request listings
  • Prepare monthly general ledgers of SPVs and Holding companies ensuring accounting records are maintained to a high quality
  • Preparation of the monthly portfolio level operational review
  • Preparation of annual financial reporting for the SPV’s under management
  • Engage with auditors, providing all necessary deliverables and address audit & accounting issues
  • Preparation of annual operating budget and review updates to budget on half yearly basis

Cash management

  • Manage all invoicing and payment processes
  • Full ownership and tracking of cash and maintaining liquidity forecasts

Systems and Processes

  • Implement and maintain finance Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Ensure all documentations are stored in an orderly format in a common share drive


  • Manage all UK tax compliance matters supporting the appointed tax advisors ensuring they are filed before the due dates
  • Ensure all tax payments are made timely

Stakeholder Management

  • Collaborate with other Wise delivery functions – Technical and Commercial - within the jurisdictions named above (and others assigned in the future).


  • Given the dynamic nature of our business in the early-stage sector we operate in, the successful candidate is seen picking up ad hoc tasks as part of the team’s agility to provide the best service to its range of clients



To be successful in this role, you will demonstrate:

  • Strong budgeting, forecasting, and reporting skills
  • Ability to balance priorities
  • Delivery focus – it may sound obvious, but the ability to proactively churn through work at pace and deliver quality outputs really matters
  • IT Literacy and strong Microsoft Excel skills
  • Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Passion for our mission ‘to generate a more sustainable future using clean energy’
  • Our values: be a leader, build trust, be responsible, be innovative and ‘bring your alpha’.



  • This is a mid-level role requiring depth in terms of core finance and accounting knowledge and experience.

    • ACCA/ ACA/CIMA qualification or similar (essential)
    • Budgeting, forecasting and reporting skills (essential)
    • 3+ years finance experience (essential)
    • Knowledge of NetSuite (advantageous)
    • A passion for process improvement and operational efficiency (essential)
    • Experience of working for multi-entity scale up businesses (desirable)
    • Experience in overseeing or collaborating with third party service providers on behalf of clients notably auditors and tax advisors (highly desirable)
    • Fluent, advanced business level English (essential)
    • The right to work in the UK.



  • A busy role in a supportive team, with plenty of opportunities to learn.
  • International scope – we operate in over 8 countries.
  • Hybrid working – we will need you in the central London (Mayfair) office once a week.
  • 30 days’ holiday per year (3 of which are taken during the festive shutdown in December).
  • Private pension.
  • BUPA Healthcare for you and qualifying dependents.
  • Cycle to work and electric vehicle leasing schemes.
  • Annual discretionary bonus.



If you are interested in this opportunity, please follow the link to apply or send your application to If you have been shortlisted for the next stage, we will be in contact within 14 days.

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