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Finance Analyst – Watford

This is an exciting and newly created opportunity to support the Finance Director, and to be responsible for the commercial financial and data analysis for a dynamic and well known organisation in a highly sought after sector.

You will be primarily responsible for the preparation of a number of key reports and will work closely with stakeholders and departments across the business. As Finance Analyst, you will evaluate and analyse a significant amount of information, to enable sound decision making and understanding. You will provide meaningful analysis as well as assisting with running the month-end procedure.

Working closely with the Finance Manager and the rest of the accounts team, your role will include but not be limited to:

  • Supporting the production of the monthly forecast, annual budget and strategic plans
  • Preparation of data and analysis for month end reporting
  • Working with key stakeholders to understand and improve processes and to improve KPIs, as well as budget management
  • Monthly reviews to ensure departmental spend & headcount forecast are accurate and variances, risk & opportunities against these are well understood
  • Financial and commercial analysis of a variety of business areas.
  • Preparation and maintenance of clear and accurate MI reporting including commentary and writing reports and presentations for the leadership team
  • Data modelling capabilities
  • Managing the business planning process, P&L and balance sheet reconciliations
  • Ensure process and controls are adhered to and seek opportunities to recommend improvements

This role will suit a Finalist level or newly qualified CIMA or ACCA Accountant who is ambitious and keen to work in a challenging, fast placed environment, where they will be given autonomy and a great opportunity to put their own stamp on the role.

Job Reference: 12243
Salary: £55,000+ Competitive, Flexible Benefits
Location: Hertfordshire
Type: Permanent
CALL: 01604 876330
Consultant: Jake Brown
Last Updated: 25/03/2019