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Finance Business Partner

Job Title: Finance Business Partner
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £50,000 - £60,000 + Bonus + Benefits
Start Date: 2017-07-18 00:00:00
Reference: 160342
Contact Name: Luke Johnson
Contact Email: luke.johnson@cmcconsulting.co.uk
Job Published: July 18, 2017 15:57

Job Description

An instantly recognisable blue chip organisation with a growing international presence that is at the forefront of their sector is currently recruiting for a Finance Business Partner within a high profile team to aid business performance driving profitability and cost efficiencies.

This is a high profile role requiring you to act as the finance lead for planning and analysis, driving commercial decision-making within the company and management reporting. There are a number of key responsibilities including: forecasting, budgeting, leading improved financial performance through analysis, providing leadership and coaching in order to improve financial and commercial awareness among other business units, challenging Senior Management by effective management reporting and ad hoc analysis, liaising with Senior Management as well as other ad hoc work.

The ideal candidate will be a qualified accountant with a strong academic record and ideally recent experience within a customer facing blue chip environment. The successful candidate will be seeking to join a business with the opportunity to have a direct impact on business decision and influence change across the organisation. You will have a track record of delivering results as well as excellent communication and influencing skills. 

 

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