Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst
|Job Title:||Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst|
|Salary:||£45000 - £55000 per annum + Great Benefits|
|Reference:||NH 755720 DL_1579096726|
|Contact Name:||Nick Hallworth|
|Job Published:||January 15, 2020 13:58|
£45- £55kpa. Plus Great Benefits
Our Client, a world leading, multi-national based at their impressive Headquarters in Rickmansworth is currently looking to source an ambitious, high calibre FP&A Analyst on a permanent basis.
This is an exciting opportunity within a global organisation where numerical and analytical skills combined with strong interpersonal and business partnering skills are critical.
The role requires someone who can influence and support the business to maximise value creation with insightful and actionable financial analysis for all significant commercial decisions.
The role will include the following key areas:
- Driving improvements in collaboration with key stakeholders, implementing change if necessary.
- Overseeing all reporting requirements delivered by the Reporting manager across all commercial outputs.
- Responsible for developing and monitoring KPI's in order to deliver the forecasts.
- Providing and reviewing analysis to provide clarity and understanding of performance information for the board and senior management.
The successful candidate will be qualified (ACCA/CIMA/ACA) with a strong academic background with future progression opportunities available for those that show drive, determination and ultimately achieve results. Most importantly you will be confident, able to challenge senior management and be a self starter with the ability to implement change.
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