Senior (Financial Planning & Reporting) Analyst

Equity FC
London (Central), London (Greater)
To £65k + bonus
02 Nov 2020
30 Nov 2020
Experience Levels
Qualified Accountant
Contract Type
Full Time

Our client has experienced high growth, resulting from their ability to deliver differentiation and creativity in the design and marketing of their product range.  The have developed an exciting range of products for well-known fashion partners and global retailers.  The management team are driven and determined.  They are seeking an experienced Financial Planning & Reporting analyst  to support the CFO in achieving the growth ambitions of the business over the next 3-5 years. You will provide the reports and analysis needed by the Executive and Management teams for decision-making. This would suit a collaborative analyst with a desire to add value and support growth.

Responsibilities include:

  • Modelling new opportunities to assess whether the business invests in particular areas, as such, you will need to be an advanced excel user.
  • Focus on the company’s short, medium and long terms goals, informing decisions and driving value, eliminating waste and establishing excellent practice in all financial matters. You will help to achieve growth and P&L targets and release funds for reinvestment.
  • Ownership of the Annual Budgets, Monthly Forecasts and Reporting. 
  • Idenitfy the KPIs that drive the performance of the business, ensuring it is growing and identify risks of contracting. 
  • Partner with the Finance Team to deliver sound reporting to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Support the planned Netsuite implementation and planned BI system, you will be integral to this and will be a Super User/Administrator. 
  • Ad hoc project work, as required.

Key requirements for the role:

  • You will have a graduate level education and have taken or completed a professional accountancy qualification (ACA/CIMA/ACCA)
  • It is critical that you have proven modelling/Excel skills and the ability to build models to support decision making
  • Due to an imminent systems implementation it is critical you have prior experience and strong system skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, leadership, collaboration and a “can do” attitude is key to this role, you must be able to liaise with customers, supplier and staff at all levels.
  • You need to be analytical, commercial and self-reliant with strong problem-solving skills.  You must be a completer-finisher rather than a box ticker you should be motivated by getting results.

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