Finance Manager - MUST BE FROM RETAIL INDUSTRY

Location
City of London
Salary
£55000 - £65000 per annum + dependent on experience
Posted
12 Jul 2019
Closes
23 Jul 2019
Ref
ENA22
Contact
Aisha Nantanda
Function
Finance
Sector
Retail
Job Type
Permanent
Responsibilities:
*Act as a strong business partner by building effective working relationships at all levels, including Senior Managers
*Manage, enhance and review management accounts process, analysis and commentary
*Manage, enhance and review weekly & periodic KPIs, ensure they are insightful, error free and issued to agreed timelines
*Lead and enhance process for the production of the Annual Budget and Quarterly Forecasts and present to Senior Management in Finance and Retail
*Identify and implement improvements to business processes to increase efficiency and ensure all costs are recorded accurately in the accounts. Challenge and review results to seek opportunities to increase income/reduce costs and risks
*Manage the accounting, tax and treasury function
*Review month end tax performance reports
*Preparation if budgets and quarterly forecasts
*Maintain and enhance financial controls ensuring accuracy and robustness of reporting and budgeting processes
*Support ad hoc requests for analysis and information from Head of Finance, FD, CFO, Directors and their direct reports
*Preparation of information for external reporting
*Manage and develop team
*Must demonstrate a strong commercial of the business, which is reflected in the reports, analysis and commentaries, provided and assist the Head of Finance in managing the overall business
*Continually look to improve the processes and reporting for the business

Requirements:
*Fully qualified (ACCA, ACA OR CIMA)
*Must have experience in similar role within retail, FMCG or media
*Previous experience working with SAP

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