Trainee Financial Analyst
Are you a fast learner, highly motivated, with a positive attitude and want to be part of a collaborative financial planning team in a first class Housing Association?
This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to start a career in financial planning and analysis (FP&A). It’s a great opportunity to learn on the job, and you’ll have the opportunity to apply for funding to support you through a professional qualification such as CIMA (terms and conditions apply).
We’re looking for someone with a love of numbers, analysis and Excel. Someone with an appetite to learn and develop.
In this role you’ll be the junior member of a team of five. You’ll eventually be responsible for managing cyclical cash flow forecasting for Optivo’s development programme and contributing to treasury reporting. You’ll also support the annual preparation of the corporate financial plan. You’ll help in the review of new investment opportunities and advise colleagues around the business on your findings. Over time you’ll become really great with the systems we use for financial planning and to analyse development opportunities.
Essential skills and experience
- Have good Excel skills
- Be comfortable working in a technical and analytical role
- Be highly numerate and able to communicate information effectively
- Be flexible and adaptable
- Have a high level of personal integrity and tenacity in the conduct of your work
Desirable skills and experience
- Education or employment in finance
- Experience in the social housing sector
- Degree level education
If you this sounds like you, we look forward to receiving your application!
As well as this extremely rewarding job, you will also have 27 days annual leave, an extra day leave to celebrate your birthday, company pension, access to a health care cash plan and continued development and career opportunities throughout your employment with Optivo.
At Optivo our aim is to have a diverse and inclusive workforce where people are respected for who they are. We embrace and celebrate cultural diversity in the workplace and value the strengths it brings us as an organisation. We believe that everyone deserves to be treated with respect irrespective of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity/paternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. We treat everyone we house, serve, employ and work with fairly and expect and encourage others to do the same.