Commercial Finance Analyst
£38,000 - £45,000 + Benefits
At Wallis Lynch we are working with a Warwickshire based client to recruit a Commercial Finance Analyst. Our client is a long established company operating in a varirety of Global markets with a group revenue that reaches the £Multi-Billions.They have an established team of Commercial Analysts and have created a new role for an additional team member to join.
Reporting to the Financial Controller you will work closely with other finance and non-finance peers to deliver commercial insight into the organisations performance and profitability. Your role will be to provide insight on matters such as sales performance, pricing of products/services, margin and various other business KPI's. You will play a pivotal role in ensuring the continous development of internal process and provide various Senior Management with ad-hoc analysis. In addition to producing the insightful analysis you will be required to present the information to various senior management teams at the monthly management meetings.
To be considered for this role you will need to be a Qualified (ACCA, CIMA or equivalent) Accountant with demonstrable experience of working in a commercial, analytical position. Your commercial awareness and business acumen will be put to good use as will your anlytical and numerical skills. If working in an environment that encourages your drive to exceed expectations appeals then this is a great organisation for you. This is not a role for those who like to sit in their comfort zone and maintain the status quo.
In return we are offering you a competitive salary, the opportunity to build on your career in finance, whilst working for a fantastic business who are keen to support your growth.
Sounds interesting? If this job appeals, please do not hesitate to apply for this Commercial Finance Analyst role. If you have any further questions, give David a call on 02477678100.
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