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Group Financial Controller

A new position has opened for a dynamic and hard-working Financial Controller to manage the operational delivery of the Group Finance Function for the UK and internationally.

Closing Date
Circa £50,900

Key Responsibilities:

  • Be responsible for accurate and timely Group Consolidated Financial reporting to the Management Team and SLT.
  • Be responsible for overseeing the effective delivery of the NOCN subsidiary entity, reporting to the relevant subsidiary Boards and Management Teams.
  • Maintain and develop the Group's Financial Controls, policies, procedures and systems to ensure that they are effective and efficient.
  • Manage the annual budget process, working closely with the Group Executive Director for Finance and Governance and other Heads/Directors
  • Ensure that the Groups cost recharge process and intercompany eliminations are operating accurately
  • Ensure that consolidated income and costs reported are accurate and that all figures can be supported and justified in line with our accounting policies
  • Monitor Group Finance delivery against business plan objectives and KPI target
  • Ensure that the Group Finance Team has the right skills, behaviours, structure and systems to be able to continue to deliver its role
  • Act as the lead for the NOCN Group audit
  • To deputise for the Group Executive Director on finance related matters in their absence.

Key Requirements:

  • Educated to a degree level
  • Accounting Qualification (CIMA, ACCA, ACA)
  • A minimum of 3 years post-qualification experience
  • Experience managing a finance function within a £3million+ turnover business with group consolidation experience
  • Experience working on developing and leading finance systems project/change programmes
  • Experience working within and across teams
  • Ability to develop effective profesional working relationships with stakeholders
  • Ability to design and develop clear and focused financial analysis and reports that are appropriate to the audience (including Board level reports)
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Precise and exact attention to detail
  • Ability to effectively plan and prioritise their own and their team's tasks and meet strict deadlines
  • Commitment to the organisations Values of Responsive, Supportive, Honest, Ethical, Open, Innovative and Respectful
  • Willingness to travel in the UK (will need valid driving license) 

 Interviews commencing the week of 29/07/2019.

Please see the full Job Description below.

To apply for this role please send your completed Equal Opportunity Monitoring Form, CV and covering letter, explaining why you are the ideal candidate, to: