FP&A Analyst

  • Location

    Property

  • Specialism:

    Accountancy & Finance

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    50000

  • Contact:

    Steve Maynard

  • Contact email:

    steve.maynard@altumconsulting.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    3961

  • Published:

    19 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-01-21

  • Published:

    2022-01-07

  • Consultant:

    ConsultantDrop

Altum Consulting are pleased to be supporting an instantly recognisable Real Estate business in their search for a UK FP&A Analyst. 

The UK FP&A Analyst will work closely with the Head of UK FP&A to deliver the budgeting, forecasting and reporting requirements of the UK Advisory business. This role will also have a strong focus on the systems which underpin the budgeting, forecasting and reporting deliverables with a responsibility to manage, maintain and develop those systems. Working closely with stakeholders from both finance and across the business this person will be a trusted advisor on matters relating to UK Finance

Key Responsibilities, 

  • Working with the the Head of UK FP&A to deliver all forecasting, budgeting and reporting activities for the UK Advisory business; working with Finance BPs and business owners across the company to build accurate and consistent forecasts.
  • Principle responsibility for the management, maintenance and ongoing development of the finance systems with drive FP&A activities. Working with the central Systems team to recommend changes and developments to improve processes and to drive efficiency
  • Develop an understanding and expertise of the complex cost allocation model in place in the UK business and ensure this model operates effectively
  • Business Partner to key Business Services functions, supporting their full P&L
  • Responding to ad-hoc requests for analysis and reporting in a timely and accurate manner
Required Experience,
  • Qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/ACMA) with 1-3 years PQE
  • Strong systems & data background (experience with IBM Planning Analytics desirable but not essential)