Finance Manager- Urgent

  • Ref: JMX 1258
  • Industry: Accountancy & Finance
  • Categories: Financial Services Admin/Support
  • Location:
    Widnes
  • Salary:
    £35,000-£45,000
  • Type: Permanent

About the Role

An excellent opportunity for an enthusiastic Finance Manager to join a forward thinking dynamic specialist company going through a period of growth. This is a hands on role with the prospect to develop in a thriving and supportive workplace, With an excellent salary package of £45,000 per annum and benefits including:

  • Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday - currently trialling early start/finish Friday (7:00am to 3:30pm)
  • Annual Leave - 24 days per annum, rising to 28 days within first 5 years of service
  • Bank Holidays off
  • Your birthday off (a gift from the business)
  • Company Pension Scheme & Bupa Private Healthcare Scheme
  • On site parking

Responsible for the financial health of the business and managing company finances. Produce financial reports and develop strategies based on financial research. Working closely with the Directors of the business in making business decisions for the long and short term.

Based within the accounts department, you will work closely with the Finance Director in providing a hands-on, efficient and professional service to the business.

Previous experience in a similar finance position is essential as is the ability to work efficiently and multi task in a fast paced environment.

Responsibilities

  • Provide and interpret financial information
  • Monitor and interpret cash flows and predict future trends
  • Analyse change and advise accordingly
  • Formulate strategic and long-term business plans
  • Research and report on factors influencing business performance
  • Analyse competitors and market trends
  • Develop financial management mechanisms that minimise financial risk
  • Conduct reviews and evaluate for cost-reduction opportunities
  • Manage company's financial accounting, monitoring and reporting systems
  • Liaise with auditors to ensure annual monitoring is carried out
  • Develop external relationships with appropriate contacts, e.g. auditors, solicitors, bankers and statutory organisations such as the Inland Revenue
  • Produce accurate financial reports to specific deadlines
  • Manage budgets
  • Arrange new sources of finance for a company's debt facilities
  • Oversee and supervise staff
  • Keep abreast of changes in financial regulations and legislation.
  • Monitor the day-to-day financial operations within the company, such as payroll, invoicing, and other transactions
  • Contract outside services for tax preparation, auditing, banking, investments, and other financial needs as necessary
  • Track the company's financial status and performance to identify areas for potential improvement
  • Seek out methods for minimising financial risk to the company
  • Research and analyse financial reports and market trends
  • Provide insightful information and expectations to Directors to assist in long-term and short-term decision making
  • Review financial data and prepare monthly and annual reports
  • Present financial reports Directors and Senior Managers in formal meetings
  • Remain up to date with technological advances and accounting software to be used for financial purposes
  • Establish and maintain financial policies and procedures for the company
  • Understand and adhere to financial regulations and legislation
  • Daily reporting to Finance Director
  • Analysing targets
  • Meeting with Senior Managers and department leads
  • Manage and coordinate monthly reporting, budgeting and reforecast processes
  • Prepare periodic financial statements, including profit and loss accounts, budgets, cash flows, variance analysis and commentaries
  • Ensure spending is kept in line with the budget
  • Inform on key strategic decisions and formulating business strategies
  • Advise on the financial implications and consequences of business decisions
  • Analyse financial performance and contribute to medium and long-term business planning and forecasts
  • Negotiate on major projects, loans and grants
  • Offer professional judgement on financial matters and advising on ways of improving business performance
  • Interpret and communicate financial data to non-financial managers and department leads
  • Liaise with other function managers to put the finances and accounts in context
  • Monitor and evaluate financial information systems and suggesting improvements where needed
  • Implement corporate governance procedures, risk management and internal controls
  • Any additional duties as required by Directors and Senior Managers
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