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Finance Business Partner

Job Title: Finance Business Partner
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire
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Salary: £35000 - £36000 per annum
Reference: 14029538/001_1570445551
Contact Name: Ivvy Jones
Contact Email: ivvyjones@michaelpage.com
Job Published: October 07, 2019 11:52

Job Description

The role of the new Finance Business Partner will be to work closely with the managers of the business unit. The main aims are to drive performance improvement and report financial information. The ideal candidate for the role will confidently be able to challenge senior stakeholders in the business on issues such as costing etc.

Client Details

My client prides themselves on being a modern and flexible business. They offer all employees the autonomy to choose when they work, in a way that fits around their lifestyle and helps to maintain a work life balance. They seek to always remain relevant in our ever-changing media world. They have constantly worked throughout their history as a business to break into emerging markets and capitalise on new technologies. They are passionate about bringing in motivated, driven and dynamic individuals who have a passion to learn and succeed.

Description

The role of Finance Business Partner is responsible for;

  • The completion of monthly management accounts

  • Partnering with the managers in the business unit

  • Clearly communicating accurate forecasting and budgeting information

  • Mentoring the more junior members of the team

  • Supporting projects within several divisions of the business

  • Support with the year end and audit

  • Drive process improvement

Profile

The successful applicant for the Howdens based role of Finance Business Partner should possess the following;

  • ACCA/CIMA/ACA qualification

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Confident decision making ability

  • A proactive outlook on work

  • Mentoring skills

  • A flexible and adaptable attitude towards problems

Job Offer

10% bonus of salary