I am recruiting on behalf of a FTSE 100 FMCG business who are based in central London. They are seeking a part-qualified accountant (CIMA / ACCA / ACA) with analytical experience to join their Marketing Finance team as a Marketing Finance Analyst. They will pay a competitive basic salary, provide full study support for exams and offer an excellent benefits package.
Reporting in to the Marketing Finance Manager, the new member of the team will be responsible for enabling the delivery of commercial objectives. You will provide sound financial advice to the Marketing Director, facilitating financially informed commercial decision making and successful project execution. This will require a confident and commercially focused candidate who is comfortable interpreting complex financial data in order to shape key marketing decision making.
Key tasks and accountability's will include the following: budgeting and forecasting, financial analysis, planning and appraisal of events and projects, reporting, presenting to senior management, reviewing and contributing to business plans, driving process improvements and proactively sharing financial expertise across the Commercial Finance teams.
In order to be considered for this role, you must be a part-qualified accountant (CIMA / ACCA / ACA) who is educated to degree level and demonstrates clear career progression to date and a drive to succeed in the future. The successful candidate will be a commercially astute and confident individual who displays the ability to interpret complex financial data in a meaningful way and to communicate these interpretations back to senior management with tenacity. We are searching for a confident communicator who understands the key drivers behind business performance.
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