During these uncertain times, we are proud to be partnered with an iconic and growing brand to recruit for a Programme Controller to work on this exciting new range. This is an opportunity for a motivated an talented accountant with experience of working within an automotive environment.
This role will be instrumental to ensuring effective and transparent programme reporting ensuring proper compliance with statutory requirements and internal group reporting.
You will support the Head of Programme Finance to cover monthly reporting and budgets, forecast projections and estimating cost of future developement activities. This really is a fantastic time to join a expanding and growing business with huge career potential. Key deliverables:
Day to Day Deliverables:
- Programme support - a proactive member of the programme delivery management team. Need to be seen as a key focal point for decision making. Need to actively engage with the business to ensure that targets and issues are addressed and understood with clarity.
- Support the Finance Department - ensuring that the data as presented within the project reporting area is accurate and reliable. Ensure full financial integrity for the programme financial results and that these results comply with company policy and relevant accounting standards
- Preparation of individual vehicle lines business cases
- Forecasting product cost (including complex Bill of Material) ensuring that these align to the factory standard cost
- Providing accurate costing per vehicle line in order that margins and pricing strategies are understood
- Scenario planning for different product mix, currency fluctuations, and volume changes
- Develop project specific cashflow models which will support currency hedging contracts - ensure that these cashflow projections align to product profitability business cases
- Provide inputs by project to the 10 year business plan and support to the this process by becoming the primary point of contact for project data for all financial stakeholders including banks and shareholders