FP&A Manager

FP&A Manager

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Senior Finance, Recently Qualified Finance

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  • Salary:

    £70000 - £78000 per annum + 17% pension + big product discounts + bens

  • Contact:

    Andy Myerson

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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An FP&A Manager is sought by a leading transport retail business who would like more detailed and better analysis to aid them in their decision making. The business has a turnover of around £1bn, is international, and more importantly, is growing. They have exciting new products / operations planned for the remainder of 2019 and beyond and need best-in-class analytical support to help them achieve their objectives - this is therefore a very exciting time to join them.

Reporting to the Head of FP&A, the FP&A Manager will provide company-wide analysis, budgeting and forecasting support to the Board and other senior stakeholders. Duties will include:

·Enhance & develop the monthly reporting pack to provide better analysis across a range of KPIs.
·Manage & consolidate the short, mid and long-term planning processes; provide modelling and scenario analysis to support key investment decisions; develop and improve the 20-year plan.
·Track & analyse key variances to budget; understand their causes and manage future risks.
·Co-ordinate CapEx approval process; widen the use of KPIs to enable better decision making.
·Challenge performance of existing and new lines business; ensure all are as profitable as possible.
·Deputise for the Head of FP&A in their absence; be a point of contact for all stakeholders.
·A range of ad hoc projects; e.g. model new business, analyse product profitability, improve systems.

The ideal candidate for the role of FP&A Manager will be a qualified accountant (CIMA / ACA / ACCA) with proven budgeting, forecasting and planning experience gained from roles in commerce. Those who have worked in a fast-paced industry (e.g. leisure, retail, hospitality, FMCG, creative etc.) may have a slight advantage but all candidates will understand the need to hit deadlines and the importance of constantly seeking ways of improving the analysis provided. Strong stakeholder management skills, an awareness of how to develop / improve systems and working on your own initiative are a given; progression opportunities will present themselves to strong candidates.