Finance Analyst

Location
England, Cambridgeshire, St. Ives
Salary
£25000 - £32000 per annum
Posted
02 Jul 2019
Closes
23 Jul 2019
Ref
14028899/001
Contact
Thomas Sharpe
Sector
Manufacturing
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-time
Level of qualification
Part qualified

An established and growing engineering business in St. Ives are in need of a progressively minded Finance Analyst, capable of handling large amounts of data. Within this role as Finance Analyst you will be responsible for producing detailed analysis and reports to aid in business decisions by supporting the non-financial arms of the business.

Client Details

This engineering business are seeing excellent growth in the sector and are in need of a Finance Analyst to assist with the continued growth plans and development. You will sit within an experienced finance team working from St. Ives having a hands on role which will lead to skill-set growth and development opportunities.

Description

The Finance Analyst will be responsible for:

  • Provide high quality, insightful financial analysis and advice to the non-finance teams
  • Develop and take ownership of financial modelling & reporting to support and add value in key decision making to ensure overall efficiency and profitability
  • Creation and maintenance of detailed and accurate reports at month end
  • Have responsibility for the budgeting and forecasting processes
  • Drive process improvements and participate in existing reporting enhancements with the mindset of continuous improvement
  • Automation of processes through Excel and the ERP System
  • Quarterly forecasting, budget preparation and trend analysis
  • Support ad hoc requests and projects as they arise
  • Management of the fixed assets
  • Profile

    The Finance Analyst will be responsible for:

    • Part Qualified ACCA or CIMA
    • Proven experience of working relationships with key stakeholders across non-finance teams
    • Experience in commercial finance and business partnering within a fast-paced environment
    • Proven organisation skills and ability to drive a process
    • Strong communication skills both verbal and written to engage stake holders and teams within the process and across the business
    • Previous experience in an engineering or manufacturing business would be advantageous
    • The ability to influence and communicate clearly to non-finance teams is critical.
    • Experienced user of Excel and exposure to a number of systems

    Job Offer

    The successful candidate for the role will be making an excellent career move to this continually growing St. Ives based business in which you will receive a competitive salary alongside a wide ranging benefits package.

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