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Five of the highest paid job vacancies in Romford on Jobs24 right now

PUBLISHED: 09:34 04 July 2016

Some of the best paid jobs in Romford Picture: PA

Some of the best paid jobs in Romford Picture: PA

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Looking for a new job? Here’s a guide to some of the highest paid job opportunities currently being listed on Jobs24 in Romford.

Senior mechanical design engineer

Salary level: £50,000 – £60,000

A chartered mechanical design engineer is needed by a Civil Engineering company, based in Romford.

The successful candidate will manage a multidisciplinary design team of mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, and CAD technicians, specialising in residential developments.

Business development manager

Salary level: £45,000 – £50,000

A IT solutions provider is seeking a business development manager.

It is hoping to attract “dynamic, energised hunters who have a background in IT or Telco Sales”.

Senior accountant

Salary level: £40,000 – £50,000

Total Assist, a leading medical recruitment agency, is looking to hire a senior accountant.

The successful candidate must be “a fully qualified accountant; ACA, CIMA or ACCA with proven post-qualification experience in a commercial, fast-paced setting”.

Financial controller

Salary level: £40,000 – £45,000

A Romford company is looking to hire a financial controller qualified to ACCA or equivalent.

The job will include VAT returns, quarterly stat returns, annual returns and monthly group consolidated accounts.

• Find these jobs and hundreds of other local vacancies online at Jobs24.co.uk

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