£46k - 55k per year
over 3 years ago
A leading not for profit regulatory body in the field of health are seeking an experienced, fully-qualified accountant for a new role as a Senior FP&A Manager. The role will play a key role in the organisations long-term financial planning, annual budgeting process and cost-efficiency review.
-To provide support to the organisation-wide cost efficiency programme that will help the organisation reduce its costs in line with expectations.
-To ensure that financial performance analysis and reporting are aligned with stakeholders’ requirements and enhance business performance.
-Lead the preparation of the 3- 5 year financial plan and annual budget, and manage the process for steering them through Executive Management Team (EMT), Finance and Performance Committee and Council scrutiny.
-Liaise with budget holders to identify their requirements, developing budget reporting models to assist in translating these into financial plans for the organisation.
-Support the Principal Financial Advisor by working with the organisation to ensure the appropriateness of the key assumptions underlying the business plans and budgets by monitoring the efficient management of resources and expenditure.
-Undertake detailed reviews of business processes and activity, collecting and scrutinising data on key process metrics.
-Identification of improvement projects and development of targets for cost savings, working with Executive Directors and senior management to secure their support in delivering more with less.
-Provide financial input into the preparation of operational business cases.
-Assist the Executive Directors and budget holders in the evaluation and reporting of efficiency savings in relation to initiatives implemented.
-Develop fee models to assist management in making decisions.
-Enhance existing and develop new financial and non-financial analysis and reports to improve decision-making and to demonstrate accountability to our stakeholders.
-CCAB qualified accountant
-Experience of developing and implementing cost efficiency programmes.
-Ability to identify and convince Executive Directors that there is ‘waste’ in the system.
-Ability to persuade Executive Directors to take ownership of proposed saving initiatives.
-Experience of building activity-based cost and analysis models.
-Computer literate and proficient in the MS Office suite including Word, Access, Advanced Excel (macro level).
-Ability to develop new ideas and projects for improving process efficiency and effectiveness.
-Ability to think logically and has a demonstrated track record of researching and investigating issues and problem-solving.
Please send your CV for further consideration.
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