about 1 month ago
Senior Financial Controller
I am currently recruiting on behalf of my client for a Part Time Senior Financial Controller to complement their team. This influential role, reports directly into the Managing Director.
Your Background: Experience of a high-growth environment and merges + acquisitions is essential. Someone with good all-round finance experience, not just a number cruncher, and happy to contribute operationally Someone able to support and challenge the board and bring ideas to help drive the business forward Excellent financial modelling skills
Your responsibilities will include: Daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly reporting to the business and wider Group ensuring that the appropriate financial controls are in place. Providing detailed commentary on variances at profit centre and including GAP analysis and action plans to improve performance. Preparing monthly Board presentation for Board explaining group’s month and YTD performance. Managing Balance Sheet and Cash Flow annual budgeting and forecasting for the group in partnership with accounting team. Maintain high-level communication with group accounting team to ensure accuracy of financial records, compliance with group guidelines and understanding of individual accounting entries. Work closely with senior management team and central support units to ensure compliance with budget and all deviations justified, supported with a business case and approved by Board in advance. Review all group standard management reporting to ensure that all figures are consistent and accurate between various reports and processes improved to achieve most accurate reporting process. Monitor risks and opportunities on a regular basis and report to UK and Board. The post holder will be working in a fast changing environment and they will therefore be expected to undertake other appropriate duties as required for the effective operation of the profit and cost centres
You will need:
• Proven experience in a similar role
• Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA or CIMA)
• Ability to work under pressure on very tight deadlines and deliver accurate results.
• Able to build effective relationships with Board level colleagues and key stakeholders
• Comfortable presenting results both in person and through formal presentations
• Excellent Excel skills, able to manipulate mass data and produce meaningful insights
• Experience of managing and mentoring a team
This is a part time position, work two days a week paying £85,000 - £100,000
StaffCo Professional are an equal opportunity employer