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Financial Controller – Trident Estates plc 12/01/2018

Trident Estates plc is in the process of being spun off from Simonds Farsons Cisk plc, with the process expected to be concluded through its admission to listing on the Malta Stock Exchange by the end of January 2018. While managing an extensive and valuable property portfolio, Trident Estates plc is also responsible for the development of ‘Trident Park’ consisting of International Grade A offices with landscaped courtyards together with a multi-level car park facility. This development is specially designed to carefully complement the scheduled Art Deco façade of which the integrity and aesthetic quality is being retained.

A vacancy has arisen for the post of Financial Controller within Trident Estates plc. Reporting to the CEO, the selected candidate will be responsible, among others, for the preparation and distribution of appropriate financial reports as well as the provision of professional advice while also conducting information analysis and interpretation to actively contribute to the effective decision-making process.

The selected candidate will be required to:

  • Analyse and control capital expenditure and operational financial results;
  • Prepare budgets and accurate management accounts within strict deadlines and in accordance with accounting principles and tax regulations;
  • Control approved Capex budgets and relevant funding;
  • Create and agree proposals for finance and funding;
  • Establish procedures to mitigate financial risks at all required levels;
  • Appropriately engage with contractors, management and other internal and external parties.

The selected candidate will:

  • Hold a relevant qualification in Accounting;
  • Have relevant experience in a finance-related environment;
  • Preferably have experience in real estate development and dealing with tenants;
  • Display strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills;
  • Be self-motivated, show initiative and capable to work independently within challenging environments, while practicing high ethical standards at all times;
  • Possess ability to lead and build effective working relationships with colleagues and management;
  • Be able to effectively lead, influence and motivate others in the ongoing implementation of change management and process improvement initiatives.