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FP&A Manager

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Accounting & Finance

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £62000 - £70000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Sherine Rose

  • Contact email:

    sherine@kennedypearce.com

  • Job ref:

    FPASR1_1615384276

  • Published:

    2 months ago

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

KennedyPearce are hiring an FP&A Manager role with responsibilities of overseeing the consolidation of the P&L, Balance Sheet and cash flow across the whole business . This is a newly created position and will involve building models, being a finance business partner and establishing new processes. The ideal candidate will have an audit background followed by a commercial role within retail or ecommerce space.

The role:

  • Coordinate across all FP&A areas the consolidation process of Financial planning
  • Build models that improve our accuracy and efficiency across Balance Sheet, Cash Flow and P&L
  • Own and maintain the medium-term planning, annual budgeting and quarterly forecasting processes for longer term investment allocation such as Technology projects and infrastructure
  • Own the Cash flow forecasting, provide support as needed on funding requirements and sensitivity analysis
  • Own the Balance sheet forecasting, performance KPIs and future outlook
  • Be the partner to Technology for planning ahead initiatives, handling business priorities and facilitating resource allocation efficiently
  • Work closely with the Management Accounts team ensuring FP&A intersects accurately and in a timely manner with Month end processes
  • Provide analysis and assessment of performance against the agreed budget and forecasts / plans on a monthly basis, provide support for the commercial functions.
  • Develop and improve reporting execution, delivery, and analysis to steer the resulting actions. Develop new reporting modules that provide greater insight
  • Leverage existing systems by integrating and automating reports into financial planning models
  • Provide investment modelling support and corporate financial advice to the Head of and Finance Director for new initiatives

To be successful, you will need to be:

  • A qualified accountant
  • Someone that has extensive knowledge in building models. Consolidation's in this role is not as much about lots of entities and business units, and more about understanding the interdependencies between areas
  • A natural curiosity for building out great reports and ways of modelling and presenting data
  • Good knowledge of Balance Sheets and how they connect with cash flows and P&Ls

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