Senior Finance Analyst

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

This is a great opportunity for someone with a proven track record of working in finance who is passionate about financial reporting and seeks an analytical role. Our client is a large business that offers competitive salaries, full study support, career progression and other benefits.

Client Details

Our client is a large national business, which has a turnover of c. £200 million. The finance team consists of c. 40 employees and is based in North Nottingham (commutable from Nottingham, Derby and Chesterfield).


The Senior Finance Analyst will be within the finance team of c. 200 people, but will be working as part of a smaller team of c. 5. The Senior Finance Analyst will be interacting with various internal stakeholders, and will be reporting into the Head of Management Information. Duties will be very varied and will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Producing a weekly flash reports for UK and Group reporting
  • Reconciling the P&L for c. 200 cost centres
  • Developing the financial reporting system (Cognos)
  • Contribute to developing the reporting through click-view
  • Producing budgets, forecasts and 3 year plans
  • Assisting the Financial Planning and Analysis Managers with Group reporting
  • Supporting and working alongside the Management Accountants and the Financial Planning Analysts


To apply for this role you will:

  • have experience of financial reporting and financial analysis
  • be studying an accounting qualification (CIMA, ACCA, AAT) or be qualified by experience
  • have excellent Excel skills
  • you will ideally have experience of using Cognos, but this is not essential

Job Offer

This is a permanent opportunity that is offering:

  • a salary up to £35,000 dependent upon experience
  • the opportunity to join a well established and successful business
  • career progression
  • study support for AAT, CIMA or ACCA
  • on site parking
  • other competitive benefits

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