Robert Half have been exclusively engaged by an instantly recognisable household name to recruit a Finance Analyst to join their sizeable finance function based in East Leeds.
This is a newly created role due to year on year growth & increased workload of the business. The Analyst will have a strong bias towards treasury, providing analytical support and cover where necessary for the other members of the team as required, in areas including cash-flow forecasting, reporting & cash management.
Due to the demand & fast-paced nature of the business this would suit an Accountant with a Retail or FMCG background.
Responsibilities within the role:
- Producing Foreign Currency and other Treasury reporting to various recipients including Risk Management Committees and Executive Committees
- Monitoring and managing FX positions, counter-party limits and exposures and yield maximisation across the Group. Responsibility for FX and Money Market dealing
- Super user for Treasury systems, working with the team to streamline and improve processes and controls ensuring segregation of duties
- Assisting the Treasury Managers to review and maintain Treasury Policies as necessary
- Ensuring robust risk management controls and procedures are maintained and adhered to
- Admin, maintenance and reporting for the main insurance lines. Assisting the Treasury Managers with the insurance policy renewal as required
In order to be considered for the role you must be:
- Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA) or Qualified By Experience
- Strong Reporting Skill-set
- Extensive Cash-Flow Forecasting experience
- Robust Analytical skills
- The ability to meet demanding deadlines
Salary & Benefits
- GBP40,000 - GBP45,000
- Defined Career Progression
- On-Site Parking
Robert Half Ltd acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent positions. Robert Half is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Suitable candidates with equivalent qualifications and more or less experience can apply.
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