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Group Financial Planning Manager

Spurling Goss
Closing date
15 Sep 2021

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Our client is a well established and diverse Energy business. Operating internationally, they are busy and growing and require a Group Financial Planning Manager to own, develop, coordinate and deliver the group's forward-looking financial and management reporting & analysis, including budgeting, forecasting and short-term cash forecasting.

Responsibilities include:

• Leads the group's annual budget and periodic forecast activities and responsible for preparing a

consolidated budget/forecast presentation and report for the CFO and Board.

• Undertakes reviews of divisional budget and forecast submissions

• Forecasting, monitoring and reporting on the Group's cash flow, treasury and funding position to

ensure that the group's liquidity and working capital position satisfies its needs.

• Works with the divisional finance team to prepare the consolidated budgets and reforecasts.

• Supports with financial planning activities as required.

• Supporting the Group FC in providing group and/or divisional forecasts to support the external audit scope of work (e.g. going-concern testing, impairment testing)

• Supporting the Group FC and CFO in developing and subsequently reporting on the group KPIs.

• Supporting the Group FC and CFO in designing, developing and subsequently producing and

maintaining periodic internal management reports, incorporating financial and operational

performance analysis and commentary.

• Supports with the Group Financial Reporting Manager with budget vs actual performance analysis.

• Designs and documents modelling and forecasting standards for the Group.

• Supporting the Head of Corporate Development with the consolidated group economic models and associated presentations.

• Supporting the Head of Corporate Development with information requests associated with

fundraising activities and other transactions.

• Ad-hoc support with Financial Reporting matters.

• Ad-hoc project/transactional assistance

The ideal candidate will be/have:
  • Qualified accountant status (ACCA/ACMA/ACA).
  • Strong planning, budgeting and financial modelling experience
  • Strong modelling experience
  • Good reporting, accounting and financial control experience
  • Financial consolidation systems experience and improving systems and process design.
  • Strong Excel skills

The is a permanent position based in London. The company has been incredibly flexible and supportive of its people during Covid and is planning on operating a 3/2 day office/home working hybrid model moving forwards. Salary range is £70-75,000.

If this sounds like an opportunity that interests you and your experience meets the above criteria, please send your CV to Every application will be responded to although due to the anticipated volume of applications it may take a bit time!
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