Finance Analyst - Temp to Perm

Page Personnel Finance
10 Jan 2018
09 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

An exciting opportunity for a Finance Analyst - Temp to Perm to join a market leading American traded organisation situated in Luton. My client are looking for an individual who will excel within this role, take responsibility and add value to their business through detailed working capital management, analysis and cash flow forecasting

Client Details

My client are a reputable organisation and leaders within the IT industry. They require an experienced Finance Analyst - Temp to Perm to support their Group IT team situated in their Luton offices with parking on site and good public transport links. A company that consistently outperform their competitors and keen for a dynamic and tenacious individual to business partner across UK and US stakeholders


Key responsibilities Finance Analyst - Temp to Perm include;

  • Prepare weekly rolling cash flows for internal and group
  • Manage the asset based banking relationship on a day to day basis
  • Complete all reporting and coordinate all audit visits
  • Day to day responsibility for overseeing the business cash
  • To manage supplier payments alongside the Financial Controller
  • To provide group and company management reporting with ad hoc performance focused reports.
  • Carry out reconciliations as required by the financial controller
  • Support the budgeting and forecasting activities of the company


The successful candidate will be;

  • A part qualified or qualified by experience accountant/ finance analyst with demonstrable experience in a senior finance role
  • Have managed working capital for an international company prior in an asset based environment
  • Advanced excel and ideally financial modelling experience
  • Experience in commercially focused value adding reporting
  • Strong data and financial analysis experience

Job Offer

An excellent package an opportunity for the successful individual based in Luton within the IT arena

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