Manufacturing Accountant needed for a fantastic UK wide FMCG organsiation in Hull . Simply put this role is offering progression and a lot of exposure to senior stakeholders and the wider business. As a result our client is in need of someone that wants to push on, add value and in return you will get opportunity to progress financially and professsionaly. .
Please see the details of the role below however if you have strong site finance experience in a manufacturing or FMCG environment and you want a new challenge and fast track progeression then please get in touch.
- Primary finance contact for site Operations Management and Finance lead on site
- Full responsibility for the preparation of standard costs - ensuring end to end and site profitability targets are met.
- Maintain standard costs across the site, develop systems to ensure these are adhered to, and use these to drive successful & profitable trading & product development decisions.
- Lead the site finance team, management responsibility for the Finance Assistant.
- Prepare Budgets & Forecasts for the site, in particular focusing on factory efficiencies, overhead spend and labour usage.
- Oversee the sites KPI reporting ensuring relevance and reliability
- Support the delivery and ongoing management of Oracle
- Responsible for managing site CAPEX, both preparing proposals and monitoring spend and performance
- Encourage site profit enhancing initiatives and ensure that deliverables are achieved
- Represent site at weekly P&L reviews with senior management
- Support the Finance Manager with commercial analysis to help the trading team make the correct business decisions
- Excellent numeracy and analytical skills
- Either Part, Full Qualfied Accountant however will consider QBE.
- Excellent communication skills
- Be tenacious and able to challenge the status quo
- Be able to demonstrate to be able to work within a team
- Have strong Microsoft Excel skills and experience with high volume accountancy packages
- Management accounting experience including variance and yield analysis is preferable but not essential