FP&A Analyst

Location
London (City of), London (Greater)
Salary
Up to £45,000 per annum + benefits
Posted
08 Jan 2022
Closes
05 Feb 2022
Ref
GW NTS019
Experience Levels
Part Qualified
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

The FP&A Analyst will be primarily responsible for supporting the FP&A Manager with the production of meaningful MI relating to business performance in conjunction with financial performance metrics, astute analysis and strategic project work.

FP&A Analyst Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with non finance business functions to understand their reporting requirements and establish/harmonise reporting processes to ensure calibration with the wider business and strategic requirements
  • Support the FP&A Manager in driving adoption of Power BI in enterprise wide reporting
  • Assess data quality, understand gaps in data and work with stakeholders to make improvements
  • Develop collaborative and robust working relationships with stakeholders in the UK and regionally in order to facilitate collegiate working partnerships


Candidate Requirements:

  • Studying towards ACA/ACCA/CIMA
  • Demonstrable experience of working in a commercial finance / business partnering role within either the insurance or professional services sectors
  • In depth experience of analysing both financial and non financial information to create robust KPIs
  • Ability to understand the impact of underlying data on reports via the production of meaningful summaries from large volumes of data
  • Outstanding systems skills - Power BI, Excel + planning & reporting toolkits
  • Capable of working collaboratively in teams and across functional boundaries to partner with business leaders and deliver change
  • Best in class analytical skills, logical thinking and attention to detail
  • Strong communicator both written and verbal with the ability to build sustainable relationships at all levels


This constitutes an excellent opportunity for someone looking for a progressive assignment, where they can make a mark and deliver meaningful change, whilst working within a high growth company with ambitious plans for the future.

 

Select Benefits:

Highly competitive basic salary equivalent to £45k

Benefits

Unrivalled flexibility