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Finance Data Analyst

Aveva

19 days ago
19 days ago
VN5513
Finance Data Analyst
Full Time Permanent
Corporate Finance
United Kingdom
AVEVA is a FTSE 100 listed company partnering with Industrial organisations to help their digital transformations across both physical assets and operational lifecycles. In response to our own rapid organic and acquisitive growth, AVEVA is continuing to develop more stringent standards and controls across our platform in the consistency and use of our Finance data.
As a member of the Finance Data team, you will be responsible for supporting the Finance Data Specialist to ensure the accuracy and consistency of actual Finance data. The actuals are collected from several source systems into the Finance Data Warehouse (FDW) which is then used by downstream reporting systems. A key component of the role is ensuring that the FDW fully reconciles with HFM, our group Consolidation system.
The role requires a keen focus on data quality, validation and reconciliation across data sets from multiple systems. Attention to detail and pro-active review of data is critical for this role and previous experience of HFM would be highly valued.
Responsibilities & Duties
HFM System
• Monitor FDMEE loads into HFM
• Pull data from HFM using Smartview for continuous tracking and review
• Maintain a data model to continuously review FDW v HFM by all accounting dimensions, investigating and resolving differences as required
• Continuous review of any data mapping change originating from any source and alert Group Accounting of any necessary change in HFM to align prior period data. Instigate and manage a Change Control process.
• Instruct and Support Controllers to manage their data mappings and Adjustments in HFM
• Liaise with the HFM Development teams to support any enhancements or upgrades that are required. Participate in the testing and manage the data reconciliation necessary to prove the changes.
Finance Data Warehouse
• Alongside another colleague, you will share the following activities
o Perform a monthly documented reconciliation of the Finance Data Warehouse against source systems
o Maintain and publish mapping tables along with an audit trail
o Track data movements and investigate changes to closed months in the current year or the last financial year
o Pro-actively review and resolve reconciling differences
o Participate in enhancement projects to the FDW and take ownership of testing and reconciliation of these changes before deployment to Live
o Offer training to new users
o Work with downstream users of the FDW data to ensure that their requirements are understood and represented within the FDW. Perform and document reconciliation as required resolving differences
Driving Data Quality in Source Systems
• Build knowledge of how Oracle functionality is configured and how data quality & attributes impact reporting and processing across Record to Report, Contract to Fulfil, Invoice to Cash
• Protect data of a sensitive nature – e.g. vendor/employee bank accounts
• Develop good knowledge data structures in other Finance transaction systems and of downstream reporting systems
• Pro-active continual review of data in source systems
General Data Management
• Assign security roles to access FDW, and other data sources, commensurate with the user roleParticipate in any new business initiative as required, to support the Lead Finance Data Specialist
• Participate in the data analysis activities required as part of any M&A activity
• Perform any data analysis activities required to assist in data migrations eg merging and de-duplicating data from different source systems
Knowledge and experience required
• Part qualified or a proven track record of working with finance data especially from consolidation systems (HFM preferred)
• Attention to detail with strong data analytical skills
• Self motivated with the confidence to contact users to resolve issues
• Expert user of MS Excel
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong English language skills, able to present data & functional information in a manner that is easy to understand
Knowledge and experience desired
• Experience of HFM and Smartview
• Exposure to any finance module within Oracle Fusion
• Experience of Cognos reporting particularly in tandem with Concur expense system
Important Working Relationships
• Group Finance Data Management colleagues
• Group and Local Finance
• IT system specialists
• ERP Functional specialists
• Master Data representatives
AVEVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we take pride in the diversity of our employees, valuing the special experience and expertise that people from different backgrounds bring to our business. The ability to develop ground-breaking technologies is one of our key assets and our people make it happen.
Come and join AVEVA to create the transformative technology that enables our customers to engineer a better world.
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Financial Modelling Analyst (Freelancer)

Barclays

Glasgow, ST
12 days ago
Glasgow, ST
12 days ago

Location: Glasgow - REMOTE

Length of contract: initially 6 months

PAYE only!


We are looking for a Financial Modelling Analyst (AVP) on a contract basis who will be responsible for independently driving forward one or multiple projects, being supported by the respective VP as required. This role forms part of a wider initiative across the liquidity function to transform our capabilities. As such, this represents an exciting opportunity to be part of a significant business and technology change programme.

Responsibilities:

  • Independently driving forward projects to improve Barclays’ liquidity risk framework, such us calibrating new stress models
  • Several different interactions with Stakeholders (Front Office / Business Managers, Treasury, Independent Validation Unit, Treasury Risk Oversight team)
  • Producing and maintaining up to date model documentation for liquidity stress models
  • Reviewing and updating the ILAAP documentation on a yearly basis
  • Configuring and updating liquidity stress models within the strategic stress platform (FISCUS-MEE)


Skills:


  • 2 to 3 years financial modelling experience
  • Excellent analytical skills in terms of determining the appropriate analysis to undertake and its execution
  • Expected to work independently on data sourcing, leading discussions with data providers and the business
  • Strong communication, interpersonal and stakeholder management skills
  • Excellent PC skills (including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc)
  • Basic understanding of liquidity risk


About Barclays

Barclays is a British universal bank. We are diversified by business, by different types of customers and clients, and by geography. Our businesses include consumer banking and payments operations around the world, as well as a top-tier, full service, global corporate and investment bank, all of which are supported by our service company which provides technology, operations and functional services across the Group.


Our Values

Everything we do is shaped by the five values of Respect, Integrity, Service, Excellence and Stewardship. Our values inform the foundations of our relationships with customers and clients, but they also shape how we measure and reward the performance of our colleagues. Simply put, success is not just about what you achieve, but about how you achieve it.


Our Diversity

We aim to foster a culture where individuals of all backgrounds feel confident in bringing their whole selves to work, feel included and their talents are nurtured, empowering them to contribute fully to our vision and goals.


Our Benefits

Our customers are unique. The same goes for our colleagues. That's why at Barclays we offer a range of benefits, allowing every colleague to choose the best options for their personal circumstances. These include a competitive salary and pension, health care and all the tools, technology and support to help you become the very best you can be. We are proud of our dynamic working options for colleagues. Where appropriate, and for UK based roles, we will consider requests that the role be based at alternative Barclays’ key UK location from that advertised.


Dynamic working

Dynamic working gives everyone at Barclays the opportunity to integrate professional and personal lives. If you have a need for flexibility then please discuss this with the Hiring Manager.


Our dynamic working programme has been set up to help Barclays colleagues achieve an optimal work/life balance. Arrangements we offer range from working at home and changing regular hours to taking career breaks. Our Dynamic Working initiatives support colleagues at all stages of their lives, helping them with parenthood, caring, further studies and hobbies.

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Finance Manager

OppenheimerFunds

Edinburgh, Scotland
10 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
10 days ago

Company Description

At the heart of what we do is help clients manage risk. Verisk (Nasdaq: VRSK) provides data and insights to our customers in insurance, energy and the financial services markets so they can make faster and more informed decisions.   

Our global team uses AI, machine learning, automation, and other emerging technologies to collect and analyze billions of records. We provide advanced decision-support to prevent credit, lending, and cyber risks. In addition, we monitor and advise companies on complex global matters such as climate change, catastrophes, and geopolitical issues.  

But why we do our work is what sets us apart. It stems from a commitment to making the world better, safer and stronger.  

It’s the reason Verisk is part of the UN Global Compact sustainability initiative. It’s why we made a commitment to balancing 100 percent of our carbon emissions. It’s the aim of our “returnship” program for experienced professionals rejoining the workforce after time away. And, it’s what drives our annual Innovation Day, where we identify our next first-to-market innovations to solve our customers’ problems.   

At its core, Verisk uses data to minimize risk and maximize value. But far bigger, is why we do what we do. 

At Verisk you can build an exciting career with meaningful work; create positive and lasting impact on business; and find the support, coaching, and training you need to advance your career.  We’ve been recognized by Forbes as a World’s Best Employer and a Best Employer for Women, testaments to our culture of engagement and the value we place on an inclusive and diverse workforce. 

Job Description

General

Work closely with business units to understand on-going business performance and identify key financial risks
Contribute to maintaining effective internal control framework
Support wider finance function through closing cycles, liaising with business unit staff to ensure all transactions are appropriately captured
Support business through due diligence activities on M&A projects
Research and apply technical accounting guidance under USGAAP & IFRS

Reporting Responsibilities

Monthly, Quarterly & Annual Group reporting to identify results and trends
Support wider finance team in month end and year-end closes
Responsibility for preparation and review of balance sheet & P&L reconciliations
Reconciliation and review of corporate figures to management reports
Liaise with tax team around VAT reporting and tax compliance
Assist with integration of acquisitions and liaise with the acquired companys finance team

 Compliance Responsibilities

Ensure compliance with group SOX controls and maintain appropriate documentation
Preparation and audit of statutory accounts
Ensure compliance with local reporting requirements

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Qualifications

2 - 5 years of public accounting experience, Big Four a plus
CA/ACA qualified or similar
Newly qualified – 2 years PQE
Experience working with international finance team preferred
Experience with UK statutory audits a plus

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Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager

AWD online

Galashiels, Scotland
3 days ago
Galashiels, Scotland
£44.755k Per Year
3 days ago
£44.755k Per Year

Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager with a Finance or Accounting qualification at SCQF Level 8 or equivalent, significant post qualification financial management experience in a large, multi-functional organisation and the ability to explain detailed financial information to non-finance professionals is required for a well-established college in Galashiels, Scottish Borders, Scotland.

 

Candidates will be responsible for providing financial management to the College, including management and statutory reporting, leading and developing the accounting team and engaging in financial planning with provision of support to the Assistant Principal-Finance.

 

 

SALARY: £44,755 per annum + Benefits 

 

LOCATION: Galashiels, Scottish Borders, Scotland 

 

JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Permanent

 

 

JOB OVERVIEW

 

We have a fantastic new job opportunity for a Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager with a Finance or Accounting qualification at SCQF Level 8 or equivalent, significant post qualification financial management experience in a large, multi-functional organisation and the ability to explain detailed financial information to non-finance professionals

 

As the Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager you will lead the month end planning and closure process to enable reporting of management accounts for the College, prepare periodic returns and annual statutory accounts.

 

Working as the Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager you will also partner with teams in producing the annual budget and forecasts, lead the accounting and transactional teams and manage accurate balance sheet reconciliations. You will ensure up to date understanding of accounting standards, managing the team through internal and external audits and leading development and improvement initiatives with employees, systems and financial processes.

 

 

DUTIES

 

As the Finance Business Partner / Financial Planning Manager your duties will involve:

 

Strategic Management and Planning

 

  • Contribute to College-wide strategy, planning and management

 

  • Act as Finance representative on selected College committees

 

  • Prepare financial and operational plans for the development of the function

 

  • Represent the College externally dealing with external/internal auditors and other agencies

 

Financial Management and Control

 

  • Proactively manage the financial position of the College

 

  • Prepare the annual accounts for the College and all subsidiaries

 

  • Prepare appropriate SFC and other external returns

 

  • Prepare monthly financial control reports, ensuring all reconciliations are up to date (trial balance, cash flow, debtors and payment performance)

 

  • Ensure the College is compliant with VAT requirements

 

  • Compile the timetable for production of monthly and annual accounts

 

  • Undertake investigations as to financial performance,

 

  • Ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Accounting Practice (GAAP)

 

  • Ensure procedures are in place to enable the application of project accounting principles to externally funded initiatives and internal projects

 

Leadership, development and improvement of organisational efficiency

 

  • Line management responsibility for finance support staff

 

  • Collaborate to manage the day-to-day operations of the College finance department

 

  • Provide information to support decision making in relation to sustainability, economy, efficiency and effectiveness

 

  • Provide training and support for College staff

 

  • Represent the College at appropriate external networking events

 

  • Assess the potential impact of external developments

 

 

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS

 

Essential

 

  • SCQF level 8 or equivalent experience

 

  • Current knowledge of financial reporting standards

 

  • Experience of financial management in a large, multi-functional organisation

 

  • Significant demonstrable post-qualification experience

 

  • Experience of financial reporting, including management and statutory accounts production

 

  • Experience of leading teams and team building

 

  • Experience of leading projects across organisations

 

  • Experience of working with data systems and creating useful reporting which measures performance

 

  • Experience of managing financial reporting systems

 

  • Excellent communication skills

 

  • Team player

 

  • Self-motivated individual

 

  • Solutions focussed mind set

 

  • Independent and creative thinker

 

  • Reflective practitioner

 

  • Effective negotiation skills

 

  • Able to explain detailed financial information to non-finance professionals

 

  • Resilient

 

Desirable

 

  • Member of CCAB or equivalent Accounting body

 

  • Knowledge of Scottish public sector procurement legislation

 

  • Understanding of public sector / government accounting and regulatory frameworks

 

  • Knowledge of Further Education finance in Scotland

 

  • Knowledge of VAT legislation

 

  • Experience of Further Education Colleges

 

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

To be considered for this job vacancy, please submit your CV to our Recruitment Team who will review your details. CV’s of Job Applicants meeting this requirement will be submitted to our Client for consideration. By submitting your job application to us you are hereby giving us your express consent to submit your details to our Client for this purpose.

 

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Data Scientist

Cathcart Associates

Glasgow, Scotland
3 days ago
Glasgow, Scotland
£45k - £55k Per Year
3 days ago
£45k - £55k Per Year

A Data Scientist is required to join one of Scotland's most renowned organisations. As a business they're looking to build out their already well-established Data Analytics team in order to provide greater insight into their vast amounts of data. You'll be entering a team of five and will be a key member in influencing the revenue and future growth of a global business.
They are looking for a Data Scientist who has a highly numerical and statistical background. You will be a problem solver and will have some real world, commercial experience. The team are very Agile and currently working on multiple large-scale projects simultaneously so being able to balance your workload and time will be essential to your success.
With backing from the wider business, they're looking to build out their Data Team and are looking for someone who can come in and hit the ground running on their greenfield projects. With a clear path laid out for progression this is the opportunity for someone to push their career to the next level, whilst surrounding yourself with like-minded people.
Key Role Responsibilities:
** Develop the new data systems to shape the development of analytics
** Use statistical data to uncover new patterns from which predictive models can be developed
** Work closely and collaboratively with other team members and stakeholders
** Proactively explore existing data sets to discover new and unidentified insights
** Design and build models that greatly improve business operations
Key Skills required:
** PhD or MSc in Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science or similar degree
** Understanding of: R, Python, SAS, SQL, Hive or similar technologies
** Creation of statistical models and imperfect data sets
** Data Visualisation tools and techniques
** Understanding of Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Decision Trees, Bayesian Network etc
** Commercial experience (2+ years) preferable
** Excellent problem solving and analytical understanding
This is the opportunity to work with modern tools, in an environment where out of the box thinking is encouraged. Entering a well-established, switched-on team your efforts will not go unrecognised and the opportunity to push your career to that next level will easily be in reach.
If this sounds like the role for you please apply or call Tom Edmondson at Cathcart Associates.
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Director of Revenue Operations

Digital Turbine, Inc.

Any, N/A
9 days ago
Any, N/A
9 days ago

The Director, Regional Revenue Operations Leader will be accountable for driving exceptional revenue growth for our in-region demand and supply partners.  Our company is growing rapidly across three global regions (Americas, EMEA, APAC) and this newly created role will help us serve these partners efficiently in EMEA.

The Regional Revenue Operations Leader will lead three key regional functions: 

Account management.  Our account managers drive performance for our advertising partners and work to ensure growth, satisfaction, and retention for every single advertiser on our platform.
Technical account management.  Our technical account managers work closely with advertisers and our technology team to ensure clear performance attribution and fast resolution for any technical issues.
Yield management.  Our yield managers work closely with our supply partners (operators, OEMs) to maximize competition and return for their advertising placement inventory on every single device.
The Regional Operations Director will also partner closely with the Regional Sales and Supply Leader on strategy, goals and results for the region to maximize revenue growth, new partner launches, and new product adoption.  

This is a new role at Digital Turbine, so we are looking for a leader who is ready from Day 1 to step-in, lead the team, recruiting new teammates (as needed), and drive results quickly.  This role reports to the VP of Global Revenue Operations and will work in close partnership with other regional sales and ops leaders. 

Here are a few things that you will do:

Partner actively with our regional advertisers to drive spend growth in your region
Partner actively with regional supply partners and drive inventory growth in your region
Communicate regularly with key partners on performance and growth opportunities
Drive customer and technical issues to efficient resolution in collaboration with global teammates
Ensure successful onboarding of all new advertising customers in partnership with our sales team
Partner with the Regional Sales Leader to drive an operating cadence with the regional team
Actively participate in Regional Ops Reviews with the Regional Sales Leader and other key Global Leaders
Set clear and aggressive performance expectations with your team

Basic Qualifications:

10+ years of experience in general management, operations, or a similar function
Quantified impact from prior experience, evidenced by revenue results and cost efficiency
Experience as a team leader with excellent feedback as a manager from prior teammates
Strong collaborative nature and communication skills across multiple functions and teams
A passion for learning and continuous improvement
Demonstrated success in a global operating model
Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience in digital marketing (mobile, web, etc.) industry
Experience balancing the demands of a two-sided market
Hyper-growth and multi-product company experience
Proficiency in one or more European languages besides English

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Junior Commercial Planning Manager

Sports Direct

2 days ago
2 days ago
Junior Commercial Planning Manager £18,000-£22,000

Closing Date for this application is 23/03/2021
If this position receives high volumes of applications we reserve the right to close this advert earlier than stated, so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

Apply

Frasers Group are currently looking for multiple Junior Commercial Planning Managers to join our growing Commercial team. You will be responsible for ensuring that all sales channels operate at optimum stock levels to maximise availability, sell through rates and profitability. This is your chance to make a real impact on the Commercial Department of a dynamic and forward thinking organisation, where career progression and elevation is at the forefront of everything we do.

If you are an analytical thinker who thrives in fast paced environments and works well under pressure- then this really is the role for you!

The Role:

• Maintaining and challenging a complex allocation system
• Monitoring and adjusting multi-channel allocations
• Managing and developing the brand distribution matrix
• Maintaining store capacity levels
• Integrating acquisitions and new stores
• Applying promotions/markdowns to adjust product performance
• Analysing sales and stock information
• Reviewing best and worst sellers
• Managing stock levels

Essential Skills:

• Qualification in Maths or related subject (A level or higher)
• Experience in a similar role advantageous
• Excellent numerical skills and an analytical mindset
• Strong problem-solving ability
• Ability to analyse large amounts of data
• Familiar with Microsoft Excel
• Prior experience working with databases
• Excellent communication skills and able to build effective stakeholder relationships
• Able to prioritise workload and work under pressure

An opportunity like this at Frasers Group is for the fearless. The potential is massive, the experience unrivalled. To be able to make the most of it you need to live and breathe our principles:

● Think without limits and take the team with you
● Own it and back it
● Not hesitate and act with purpose
● Be commercial and customer-focused.

Be bold- apply now!

 

 

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Finance Business Partner

Sports Direct

19 days ago
19 days ago
Finance Business Partner Competitive

Closing Date for this application is 05/03/2021
If this position receives high volumes of applications we reserve the right to close this advert earlier than stated, so please apply early to avoid disappointment.

Apply

Frasers Group are currently looking for a Finance Business Partner specialising in the Supply Chain. We are looking for an experienced Business Partner who will own & support all aspects of the Supply chain function to ensure accurate and timely reporting for all key stakeholders. You will provide insight & financial support to various Warehouse teams & wider business to help execute the group’s significant and high value Warehouse improvement program.

Our supply chain services over £4bn sales value across the Retail, Ecommerce & Wholesale channels. The extensive brand portfolio provides this role with lots of variety & endless development so if you want to be part of an incredible business transformation then this is the opportunity for you.

The Role:

• Preparing monthly warehouse reporting, KPI monitoring and department forecasting to identify trends and variances to the annual budget plans
• Work directly with the warehouse leaders- building strong relationships to partner and further understand the key cost drivers of the function- identifying areas of potential inefficiencies
• Ensure any financial controls are fit for purpose
• Providing, collating & sharing recommendations to influence key decisions
• Supporting the FP&A head to identify any potential costs risks or opportunities arising in the department

Essential Skills:

● Right to work in the UK
● Proven track record in a similar level role, experience of the above requirements
● Able to influence key decision makers at all levels
● Strong communicator
● Relevant financial qualifications (ACA/CIMA), fully qualified or near to qualified
● Experience working in a global business desirable

An opportunity like this at Frasers Group is for the fearless. The potential is massive, the experience unrivalled. To be able to make the most of it you need to live and breathe our principles:

● Think without limits and take the team with you
● Own it and back it
● Not hesitate and act with purpose
● Be commercial and customer-focused.

 

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Finance Manager

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Glasgow, Scotland
4 days ago
Glasgow, Scotland
4 days ago
The successful candidate will likely have the following profile:
  • Support the Finance Director in developing policies & procedures that are fit for purpose
  • Day to day responsibility for ensuring that the Finance Team are operating in line with agreed procedures
  • To understand and ensure that the capabilities of the Group's Finance systems are being fully utilised (e.g. auto-bank reconciliation, electronic remittance advices, direct debit manager functionality)
  • Identification of staff training requirements to ensure full utilisation of the Group's finance system and eliminate time consuming manual processes, where possible
  • To identify and suggest potential system improvements for IT development
  • Review and authorisation of monthly & ad-hoc payment runs
  • Review and approval of weekly payroll & monthly salary submissions
  • Review and approval of CIS & VAT returns
  • Responsibility for ensuring that daily banking postings are being undertaken and bank accounts reconciled on a regular basis
  • Ensure accurate coding of revenue, cost and asset postings
  • Maintain control over the Group's nominal ledger structure
  • To ensure appropriate month end & year end ledger close procedures are embedded, with period closures & system roll forwards controlled in line with agreed timetables
  • Working in conjunction with the Group Management Accountant and Finance Director to design and develop an appropriate reporting suite on the Group's Finance systems
  • To provide analysis and input into the assumptions used int the Group's cash flow forecasts (particularly in relation to normal expenditure levels (direct debits, bi-monthly payment runs);
  • To support the Group Management Accountant by ensuring that accurate information is available to undertake month end balance sheet reconciliations on an ongoing basis
  • Production of ad-hoc information requests, as required

The successful candidate will likely have the following profile:

  • Demonstrable experience of managing a small finance team in a mid to large scale corporate
  • High degree of self-motivation and initiative to identify and drive forward process improvements & efficiencies
  • Ability to organise workload of team to ensure regular monthly deadlines are met
  • Competent use of Microsoft Office packages, with requirement for strong Excel knowledge
  • Knowledge of SAGE 200 accounts or TRAMPS property management system desirable
  • QBE

This exciting role offers a competitive salary between £35,000-£45,000 with wider benefits.

Page Personnel are delighted to be exclusively partnered with our client in recruiting an exceptional opportunity for a Finance Manager. This role will offer responsibility over producing management accounts, managing a team of assistants and implementing process improvements.

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Finance Officer (Accounts Payable)

myjobscotland

Edinburgh, Scotland
5 days ago
Edinburgh, Scotland
5 days ago

Finance Officer (Accounts Payable)

Locality:   Edinburgh (National Service)

Type:     Permanent, Full time, 37.5 hours per week

Salary:       £18,807 - £20,707 per annum          

The Finance Team are looking for a self-motivated and enthusiastic Finance professional to join our busy National Service team. The role will require the successful individual to be well-versed in the functionality of Accounts Payable and a proven ability to work to deadlines, whilst maintaining excellent accuracy in all aspects of your work. You will report to the Finance Operations Manager. 

Responsibilities 

  • Matching, checking, coding, processing and paying supplier invoices.
  • Setting up new supplier accounts and maintaining existing supplier account details.
  • Reviewing, processing and paying staff expenses.
  • Administering and maintaining online expense claim system
  • Being first point of contact for supplier and expenses queries

What makes a great Finance Officer (Accounts Payable)?

Successful Finance Officer (Account Payable) come from different backgrounds and have a range of work and life experiences. All are logical with an organised mind and possess the ability to ensure fixed deadlines are met. Excellent organisational and planning skills are essential as is the ability to respond quickly to changing environments.

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19 days ago

Description

VN5513
Finance Data Analyst
Full Time Permanent
Corporate Finance
United Kingdom
AVEVA is a FTSE 100 listed company partnering with Industrial organisations to help their digital transformations across both physical assets and operational lifecycles. In response to our own rapid organic and acquisitive growth, AVEVA is continuing to develop more stringent standards and controls across our platform in the consistency and use of our Finance data.

As a member of the Finance Data team, you will be responsible for supporting the Finance Data Specialist to ensure the accuracy and consistency of actual Finance data. The actuals are collected from several source systems into the Finance Data Warehouse (FDW) which is then used by downstream reporting systems. A key component of the role is ensuring that the FDW fully reconciles with HFM, our group Consolidation system.
The role requires a keen focus on data quality, validation and reconciliation across data sets from multiple systems. Attention to detail and pro-active review of data is critical for this role and previous experience of HFM would be highly valued.

Responsibilities & Duties
HFM System
• Monitor FDMEE loads into HFM
• Pull data from HFM using Smartview for continuous tracking and review
• Maintain a data model to continuously review FDW v HFM by all accounting dimensions, investigating and resolving differences as required
• Continuous review of any data mapping change originating from any source and alert Group Accounting of any necessary change in HFM to align prior period data. Instigate and manage a Change Control process.
• Instruct and Support Controllers to manage their data mappings and Adjustments in HFM
• Liaise with the HFM Development teams to support any enhancements or upgrades that are required. Participate in the testing and manage the data reconciliation necessary to prove the changes.

Finance Data Warehouse
• Alongside another colleague, you will share the following activities
o Perform a monthly documented reconciliation of the Finance Data Warehouse against source systems
o Maintain and publish mapping tables along with an audit trail
o Track data movements and investigate changes to closed months in the current year or the last financial year
o Pro-actively review and resolve reconciling differences
o Participate in enhancement projects to the FDW and take ownership of testing and reconciliation of these changes before deployment to Live
o Offer training to new users
o Work with downstream users of the FDW data to ensure that their requirements are understood and represented within the FDW. Perform and document reconciliation as required resolving differences
Driving Data Quality in Source Systems
• Build knowledge of how Oracle functionality is configured and how data quality & attributes impact reporting and processing across Record to Report, Contract to Fulfil, Invoice to Cash
• Protect data of a sensitive nature – e.g. vendor/employee bank accounts
• Develop good knowledge data structures in other Finance transaction systems and of downstream reporting systems
• Pro-active continual review of data in source systems

General Data Management
• Assign security roles to access FDW, and other data sources, commensurate with the user roleParticipate in any new business initiative as required, to support the Lead Finance Data Specialist
• Participate in the data analysis activities required as part of any M&A activity
• Perform any data analysis activities required to assist in data migrations eg merging and de-duplicating data from different source systems

Knowledge and experience required
• Part qualified or a proven track record of working with finance data especially from consolidation systems (HFM preferred)
• Attention to detail with strong data analytical skills
• Self motivated with the confidence to contact users to resolve issues
• Expert user of MS Excel
• Good communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong English language skills, able to present data & functional information in a manner that is easy to understand
Knowledge and experience desired
• Experience of HFM and Smartview
• Exposure to any finance module within Oracle Fusion
• Experience of Cognos reporting particularly in tandem with Concur expense system

Important Working Relationships

• Group Finance Data Management colleagues
• Group and Local Finance
• IT system specialists
• ERP Functional specialists
• Master Data representatives

AVEVA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we take pride in the diversity of our employees, valuing the special experience and expertise that people from different backgrounds bring to our business. The ability to develop ground-breaking technologies is one of our key assets and our people make it happen.

Come and join AVEVA to create the transformative technology that enables our customers to engineer a better world.
Source: Aveva