Jobs in England


Commercial Manager

London, England

My client is seeking a Commercial Manager to join a global organisation based in London. The role will work in collaboration with business stakeholders to establish and maintain the procurement process, including the management, review, negotiation and compliance elements of supplier contracts in line with business objectives to optimize costs and maximise efficiency and best practice Your main responsibilities: Manage and take ownership of the Procurement process encompassing the procurement by third party products and services, including software, technology services, marketing services and contractor services across the business in collaboration with the legal and finance teams. Work closely with the finance team at a detailed level supporting as needed supplier onboarding, invoicing, payment discussions etc and improvement of finance processes for Purchase Orders to enable better financial reporting To lead commercial negotiations with suppliers taking responsibility and ownership for drafting and negotiating suitable terms and conditions and contract documentations taking into account technical and legal Assist stakeholders, as required, with sourcing efforts, RFP generation, source evaluations IACCM certification or similar experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a background in technology with experience working within a SaaS provider or a Financial Services regulated industry

Senior Procurement Manager

London, England

My client, one of the world's leading global organisations within media is currently seeking a senior procurement manager to be responsible for soft facilities management services aswell as some experience in HR, Marketing or travel. The senior procurement manager will be responsible for the full procurement life cycle of strategic suppliers. You must have experience in market awareness, assisting different stakeholders with their requirements and running a full tender process from award, through to transition, contract management and termination. The role reports into the Director of Procurement. You must also be experience in: Building and developing effective relationships with key business stakeholders. Sound knowledge of a wide range of different product/service suppliers and markets (e.g. Technology, Facilities, Marketing etc.) covering size, growth, players, trends etc. Running the full tender processes. Achieving value for money through cost saving and quality of service A minimum of 5 years' experience in a variety of senior procurement roles within a blue-chip, commercial environment Excellent interpersonal skills, being both a team player and highly motivated self-starter MCIPS qualified of working towards

Corporate Finance Manager

London, England

A Corporate Finance Manager for Europe is required for a well-known international property investment firm with a rapidly expanding portfolio. To support their continued growth, this a newly created role within the Corporate Finance Team to project manage transactions across their multi-billion pound portfolio. Operating across investment closing, investment management and valuations, this multi-faceted, role includes: Conducting commercial due diligence to support transaction decisions Supporting the execution and delivery of transactions through to completion Building and developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders Analysing new and existing business initiatives, challenging assumptions, creating frameworks; evaluating new business models and highlighting any risks and opportunities Managing disposals processes where necessary The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant with experience in Corporate Finance / Transaction Services or similar. You will either still be within practice or will have moved into industry as the finance support on valuations, deal structure and investment performance. Experience within the property sector is essential. Fluency in an additional European language would be a highly advantageous. A confident and pro-active self-starter, you will be comfortable contributing to high-level strategic decision making whilst being able to 'roll up your sleeves' and get into the detail. You will have a track record of developing and building strong relationships. With outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, you will have the credibility and gravitas to work effectively with both finance and non-finance teams.

Payroll Adminisrator and Accounts Payable

London, England

A reputable name within the transport industry are currently looking to add a Payroll administrator to their growing finance function to ensure the accurate production of the monthly payroll process as well as supporting the financial control and reporting teams within accounts payable. The post holder will work with the Finance team to ensure reporting deadlines are met and the standard of financial reporting is continually improving. Duties ·Process monthly payroll, ensuring accurate pay records are maintained, in accordance with payroll policies and procedures. ·Liaising with 3rd party payroll providers and responding to payroll related queries ·Supporting the HR Officers with the management of the online payroll system ·Accurately reporting PAYE and NI and the annual P11D, P35 and P60, as required for HMRC compliance. ·Running the year end payroll process. Monthly ledger posting of payroll, including recharges to the various legal entities and ledger reconciliation of balance sheet payroll accounts. ·Ensuring pension records are updated and the payroll system correctly reflects these records. ·Reconciling the pension account with the nominal ledger postings and with the charges from the third-party pension provider. ·Assist with the input of supplier invoices, and the correct matching of goods receipts and purchase orders ·Responsible for the recharging of supplier costs across the different legal entities, including the reallocation of the monthly healthcare, mobile phone and courier charges. ·Monthly reconciliation and reporting of the corporate credit card accounts, ensuring individual card holder balances are correct and supported with documentation. ·Maintenance of balance sheet accounts - the post holder is expected to ensure all balance sheet accounts allocated to them are reconciled monthly, and discrepancies are followed up and dealt with in a timely manner. ·Assist with the year-end statutory accounts production process, working with the Financial Accountant & Treasurer and the Assistant Accountant. Person Specification ·Previous experience of payroll processing and reporting ·A good knowledge of the basic accounting principles ·Excel ability up to an intermediate level ( VLookUps and Pivot Tables) ·Strong attention to detail ·Strong customer and stakeholder focus

Business Analyst

London, England

My client, a major central government organisation are looking for a bright, proactive SC Cleared Senior Business Analyst (BA) (SC clearance must already be held and currently valid) to support and lead the requirements for a new cross Government IT system. You will manage a team of BA's and User Researchers to capture the business functional and non-functional process driven requirements and will take the lead in defining modular business functionality. The role will involve producing detailed process models which are fully compliant with the project standards and defining user stories, user journeys, testing criteria, facilitating workshops and engaging with stakeholders. You will lead on capturing and modelling the As-Is Activity Swimlane Process Models and defining modular To-Be BPMN process models to address threats and exploit opportunities. Having knowledge of MOD or Government workings at Secret level regarding IT Development, Records Management and Security organisations is desirable. Key tasks and responsibilities; ·At least 5 years' experience in a Lead Business Analyst/Management Consultant role leading and driving a team. ·Recent experience of working on large scale government IT transformation programmes in an agile environment (secure environment) ·Proficient in UML2 Modelling for Use Cases, Activity Swimlane models and context models. ·Proficient in BPMN modelling to support the definition of the To-Be processes. ·Proven experience in cross government stakeholder management. ·Knowledge of MOD and/or Government working at Secret, IT development, Ways of working, Records Management and Security organisations. ·Generation of User Stories, Epics, User Journeys, Features and non-functional requirements. ·Capturing and modelling the As-Is Activity Swimlane Process Models at an appropriate level of granularity to undertake SWOT analysis. ·Defining modular To-Be BPMN process models to address the threats and exploit opportunities.