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Finance Analyst

  • Location: London
  • Salary: £50000 - £55000 per annum per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 14 days ago

  • Sector: Accountancy & Finance
  • Contact: Nikhil Jethwa
  • Contact Email: nikhilj@cedarrecruitment.com
  • Start Date: 16/11/2021
  • Expiry Date: 16 December 2021
  • Job Ref: JO0000010076_1637083438

FINANCE ANALYST - MEDIA - £50-55K - LONDON

Have you recently qualified and now seeking a role that offers the opportunity to be in a broad finance role with a heavy focus on commercial activity? Want to work for a company that offer fantastic career progression, excellent perks and the ability to step into a forward thinking position? Bored of your current work place and want to be part of an exciting culture with an open door environment?

My client is looking for a Finance Analyst to join in a broad finance role where you will be looking after commercial operations and BAU for the entity. You will be focused on providing budgeting and forecasts analysis for relevant cost centres, business partnering to departmental heads and highlighting risks and opportunities for revenue recognition and profitability, adding strategic value into key decision makings.

The role also has a large element of business partnering involved, being the main point of contact to non-financial figures and providing full depth of budgets/forecasts, attending stakeholder meetings and presenting key findings with statistical analysis. You will also be competent in producing management accounts for month end whilst playing a pivotal role in ensuring a swift, efficient close out.

About you:

  • Newly qualified (0-2 years PQE) ACCA/CIMA/ACA Qualified
  • Experienced working in a commercial finance team, analytical mindset and enthusiastic about improving processes creatively
  • Experienced in producing management accounts pack/month end exposure
  • Confident and effective communicator, strong ability to work with non-financial figures and take ownership
  • Passion for working in Media, previous media experienced desirable but not essential