Finance Manager

Job Title: Finance Manager
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £60,000 - £70,000 + Benefits
Reference: 143779
Contact Name: Mark Fairall
Job Published: January 24, 2020 16:49

Job Description

My client is a rapidly expanding technology business that have achieved impressive growth consistently over the majority of the last decade.  They are now seeking a driven and motivated Finance Manager to assist with the continued growth both in the UK and internationally. The business that regards it's staff as a key asset and reason for its success and are looking for someone that can rapidly progress and develop under the tutelage of their senior management team.


Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:-

  • Production and review of monthly management packs including variance analysis and communicating to key stakeholders.
  • Assist with the annual budgeting and quarterly forecasting processes
  • Working closely with the Head of Finance in production of statutory accounts, including consolidation of international entities.
  • Assisting with the management of a small close knit team.


The ideal candidate will be qualified ACA, ACCA or CIMA looking to work within a fast paced/dynamic environment and a willingness to face fresh challenges and develop new skills.  You will ideally have a strong academic background, be self-motivated and excellent organisational skills.  Previous experience of IFRS and consolidation within a multi-currency environment would be highly advantageous.  In return you will receive a competitive salary, a highly supportive environment of development and a clear path of progression


Send your CV now.


Applicants must be eligible to work in the UK.

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