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Finance Manager

Vitality

Bournemouth, SW
Today
Bournemouth, SW
£45k - £50k Per Year
Today
£45k - £50k Per Year

Vitality, Finance Manager, Bournemouth, £45,000-£50,000 + Benefits + Bonus

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: complimentary breakfasts; regular onsite physical and mental wellness workshops; on-site health checks; annual flu jabs, and access to our full range of partners and rewards.

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members, and good for you.

As ourFinance Manager, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including:

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Waitrose and Partners, Garmin, Amazon Prime, Champneys Spa days, Rakuten TV and half-price gym memberships to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions, and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

As our Finance Manager you will support the Financial Controller in the delivery of financial and regulatory reporting for Vitality Health. You will apply your existing technical accounting skills while learning specific elements such as Solvency II through internal training.

Responsibilities as ourFinance Manager will include:

- Preparing the monthly Management Accounts under IFRS in Excel presented to senior management and for submission in the mandatory Discovery Group accounting software, Finnivo

- Understanding, analysing and providing clear commentary on the key actual to plan variances in the monthly consolidated Management Accounts

- Technical accounting support, including involvement in the implementation of new accounting standards

- Contributing to the preparation of the annual IFRS financial statements

- Producing quarterly and annual Solvency II regulatory reporting templates (QRTs and NSTs).

- Driving the content and collation of the annual solvency and financial condition report (SFCR)

- Producing the monthly accounting for intangible assets, as well as the annual assessment of asset impairment

- Preparing other financial and regulatory reporting requirements

- In all areas maintain auditable records, ensuring compliance with End User Application standards, maintain evidence of key decisions and support the internal and external audit activities, including the annual audit of Internal Financial Controls (“IFCs”)

- Supporting continuous improvement of finance processes and drive efficiency

What we are looking for in our ideal Finance Manager:

- Relevant accounting qualification - CIMA, ACA, or ACCA

- Strong technical accountant with experience in IFRS and preparation of financial statements.  Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided.

- Confident in generating, interpreting, and communicating financial and operational information to senior business leaders

- Confident user of all advanced features of Excel, able to generate and communicate results in response to fast changing conditions

- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills

- Conveys detailed technical information clearly in e-mail or in formal writing for Board, auditors and regulators

- Work well independently, and prioritises workload

- Self-motivated, with solid organisation skills and a high level of attention to detail

- Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided

Closing Date: Thursday 18th March

Working for Vitality, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm, and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Finance Manager, thenplease click ‘apply’ today.

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Director of Revenue Operations

Digital Turbine, Inc.

Any, N/A
7 days ago
Any, N/A
7 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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Finance Manager

Vitality

Bournemouth, SW
3 days ago
Bournemouth, SW
3 days ago

Vitalityis an award winning, dynamic and vibrant financial services provider, with a ground-breaking vision for the future, where individuals are enabled to succeed and are rewarded and recognised for their contribution to our business.We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place. This applies as much to our people as it does to our members.

Working for Vitality, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best. We think work should be fun and sociable, and we want our people to get the most out of every day. Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

As well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: Free places to Vitality sponsored run events, online fitness classes and wellbeing workshops, competitions to wintickets to top-flight sporting events, free healthy breakfast at our onsite restaurants, onsite and remotehealth checks and access to our full range of partners and rewards. Wherever possible, we will also consider a variety of working options to suit your lifestyle, whether that be working from home, flexible working and partor full time employment.It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy happyteam is good for us, good for our members and good for you.

Our CORE PURPOSEis to make people healthier and to enhance and protect their lives. From people to products and processes, we aspire to deliver on our purpose in everything we do.

Our VISION is to be the BEST financial services providerin the UK

We are looking for talented individuals who are committed to living our values and delivering an award winning service to our customers.

Overall Job Purpose

Supporting the Financial Controller in the delivery of financial and regulatory reporting for Vitality Health. Applying existing technical accounting skills while learning specific elements such as Solvency II through internal training.

Accountabilities

  • Preparation of the monthly Management Accounts under IFRS in Excel presented to senior management and for submission in the mandatory Discovery Group accounting software, Finnivo
  • Understand, analyse and provide clear commentary on the key actual to plan variances in the monthly consolidated Management Accounts
  • Technical accounting support, including involvement in the implementation of new accounting standards
  • Key contributor in the preparation of the annual IFRS financial statements
  • Produce quarterly and annual Solvency II regulatory reporting templates (QRTs and NSTs). Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided
  • Drive the content and collation of the annual solvency and financial condition report (SFCR)
  • Produce the monthly accounting for intangible assets, as well as the annual assessment of asset impairment
  • Preparation of other financial and regulatory reporting requirements
  • In all areas maintain auditable records, ensure compliance with End User Application standards, maintain evidence of key decisions and support the internal and external audit activities, including the annual audit of Internal Financial Controls (“IFCs”)
  • Support continuous improvement of finance processes and drive efficiency

Skills Required

Essential

  • Relevant accounting qualification - CIMA, ACA, or ACCA
  • Strong technical accountant with experience in IFRS and preparation of financial statements. Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided.
  • Confident in generating, interpreting, and communicating financial and operational information to senior business leaders
  • Confident user of all advanced features of Excel, able to generate and communicate results in response to fast changing conditions
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Conveys detailed technical information clearly in e-mail or in formal writing for Board, auditors and regulators
  • Work well independently, and prioritises workload
  • Self-motivated, with solid organisation skills and a high level of attention to detail
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Finance Manager - Bournemouth

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Bournemouth, SW
2 days ago
Bournemouth, SW
2 days ago
* Provide clear direction and decisive leadership of the finance function.

* Work with the Senior Management Team to ensure the business has purposeful operations and accounting information.

* Provide leadership and mentoring to the existing staff in the finance department.

* Ensure the timely and accurate production of monthly management accounts.

* Assume ownership and present to the Board on all key finance matters, whilst acting as a key conduit between all other key areas of the business such as Sales, Purchasing and Operations.

* Maintaining oversight, communication and proactive management of pricing, costs, overheads, sales commissions, supplier rebates, invoicing, credit notes and expense reconciliations.

* Prepare company budget, forecasting and KPI's.

* Ownership of lending relationships, cash management, pensions, insurances, corporation tax, VAT, human resources and all financing.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • Part qualified Finance Professional (ACA/CIMA/ACCA) with relevant background.
  • A commercial orientation and high-level strategic thinking, capable of challenging the status quo in a constructive manner.
  • Excellent computer skills specifically MS Excel and MS PowerPoint.
  • Ability to adapt quickly and establish trust and respect at all levels.
  • Down to earth and no-nonsense person who will thrive in an entrepreneurial environment where there is daily change and innovation.
  • Familiarity with IT systems development and upgrades.

£40,000 - £45,000

Our client is looking for a Financemanager to join their accountancy team on a permanent basis.

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Expenses Business Partner

Old Mutual Wealth

Southampton
11 days ago
Southampton
11 days ago

Expenses Business Partner

Ref: 00000584-7
Country: UK
Location: Southampton
Company: Quilter Plc
Department: Finance
Type of Contract: Fixed Term Contract
Closing Date: 9 March 2021


As an Expenses Business Partner you will provide high quality expense analysis, insight and decision support to the Group Expense Controller and Business Unit stakeholders to help achieve the Group’s and the Business Unit’s objectives and strategy.

About us

The Quilter Group is a leading provider of advice, investments and wealth management, with a portfolio of £118.7 billion of investments on behalf of over 900,000 customers worldwide (as at October 2019). Our focus is on creating prosperity for the generations of today and tomorrow by providing financial solutions for investors around the globe, and we operate primarily in two main segments – Advice & Wealth Management and Wealth Platforms. You won’t just find diverse, talented and friendly teams here. You’ll also discover an inclusive culture and every opportunity for personal and professional development. 

About the role

You will act as a Business Partner to the Business Unit focusing on Expenses, producing high quality management information which assists Business Unit Finance teams to understand their expense position.
You'll support the Business Unit to produce high quality expense budgets and plans to link in with overall Quilter Finance planning processes, producing budgets & forecasts with commentaries which provide analysis and deliver insight on the underlying performance of the Business Unit. You'll work to improving the impact, and understanding, of expense reporting - including cost allocation - on business performance, and will provide effective commercial procedures, or initiate change, to ensure key operational, commercial and financial expense targets are delivered – e.g. through construction of robust business cases & challenges.
You'll build partnerships and maintain strong relationships with Business Unit CFO and their teams, and the wider Finance function and will support the Group Expense Controller in continuous improvement within the Expenses team. You'll also support Expenses systems management, support and development.
You'll build and maintain strong partnerships with the other members of the wider finance team to share best practice and standards, and will update process documentation and maintain / evidence controls in line with Corporate standards for developed processes.

About you

You'll have the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with senior leaders and a range of stakeholders across the organisation, and be able to deal with high levels of ambiguity, navigate complex organisational structures, managing multiple stakeholders and service providers within a matrix environment.
You'll have good communication skills, both written and verbal with the ability to clearly articulate the narrative around expenses to key stakeholders, presenting complex information in a clear manner to varied stakeholders with strong attention to detail. You'll produce high quality, timely deliverables, with credibility, professionalism and strong personal integrity. You'll work with agility and at pace with limited supervision, escalating as appropriate.
You'll have strong negotiation and influencing skills, being able to work in a complex and changing environment whilst embracing change and initiating new and better ways of working to deliver positive customer outcomes. You'll have a proactive approach to the resolution of problems and obstacles, escalating issues as required. You'll embrace a collaborative working environment to achieve shared objectives and act as a role model for the Quilter values – Pioneering, Dependable, Stronger Together.
Ideally you'll hold an accounting qualification (CIMA, ACA, ACCA or equivalent), experience of working in a Finance function within Financial Services is also advantageous.
You'll need a familiarity with working with multiple stakeholders and to tight timescales in a delivery focused fashion, and experience of working in a highly results-orientated, growth and performance driven environment, with a focus on excellence. You'll also need the ability to interrogate systems and navigate complex infrastructure, and a demonstrable track record of delivering on time and quality.

Benefits

No matter what job you do you should feel valued and appreciated.  That's why we offer a competitive total reward package, which enables our employees to share in the success they help to create.


Core Benefits (Fixed Term Contract)

Holiday:  26 days

Quilter Incentive Scheme: All employees are eligible to participate in our incentive scheme, based on the company's performance and their contribution to it

Pension Scheme:  10% non-contributory company pension scheme that can be boosted through personal contributions

Benefit Allowance:  A cash benefit allowance is payable in lieu of some of our core benefits


In addition to our core benefits we offer a range of flexible benefits that you can choose from and pay for conveniently via a salary deduction.


Our promise

At Quilter, we're committed to creating an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We promote equal opportunities and make sure no applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, nationality, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependants, physical or mental disability. We select candidates for interview based purely on their skills, qualifications, experience and potential.

Further information about this vacancy can be found within the job description below

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Receivables Manager

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Southampton, Southern
2 days ago
Southampton, Southern
2 days ago
About the Role

You'll be one of three Managers (two in Southampton and one in Belfast) reporting to the Receivables Operations Leader. Within your role, you'll have direct line management responsibility for 1 - 3 Team Leaders.

Working collaboratively with the Receivables Leadership team and other key stakeholders within the wider finance community, you'll be jointly responsible for the efficient and effective operational delivery of the firm's Receivables service. Additionally, you'll play a lead role in ongoing projects and initiatives aimed at enhancing the service through optimal use of new technology and process improvements.

You may also be required to undertake Career Coach responsibilities for assigned individuals within the Receivables team. You'll agree individual goals, review performance and help develop, coach and support your coachees in their ongoing development and career progression.

Routine activities & responsibilities include:

  • Delivery of the firm's Receivables service, within agreed service level agreements ("SLA") and with strong emphasis on quality, client experience and continuous enhancement
  • Work collaboratively with Receivables Leadership team to
  • Ensure the delivery model, processes and systems functionality are fit-for-purpose and tailored to meet evolving client needs;
  • Support and drive promotion of the Collections service model to key business stakeholders
  • Maintain effective operational structure, including recruitment and all associated activities
  • Optimise use of KPIs and analytics to address issues and root causes, ultimately leading to improved working capital performance
  • Play a lead role in the development / delivery of ongoing initiatives and projects aimed at improving cash collection performance
  • Play an integral role within the Receivables Leadership team, providing effective support and cover as required
  • Build and maintain effective relationships with key stakeholders in the wider finance community and client facing side of the business
  • Act as key point of escalation for operational matters
  • Provide support, advice and guidance to internal clients, spanning the end-to-end C2C value chain, to help drive improvements in working capital management
  • Manage performance of direct reporting staff through the provision of on-the-job coaching, assessment and feedback

The right candidate will have previous exposure to management roles in a Receivables/Credit function and will have successfully led large teams.

An excellent salary and benefits package is available to the successful candidate.

My client in Southampton is looking for a Receivables/Credit Manager to join them at their site

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Audit Assistant Manager (Southampton) (Southampton, United Kingdom)

KPMG UK

Southampton
7 days ago
Southampton
7 days ago
The Role and Responsibilities:
As an Assistant Manager, you will be involved in all aspects of delivering audit engagements, from planning through to completion on a broad spectrum of B2B, B2C and G&I engagements. The role will include executive level engagement interaction and exposure to multiple engagement on an annual basis, as well as daily tasks such as:
• Planning and execution of audit fieldwork and statutory reporting across a portfolio of engagement
• Project management of all aspects of audit including agreeing audit timelines, team briefings and supervision, and delivery of audit work
• Budgeting and monitoring the financial performance of projects, focusing on optimising profitability
• Identifying, researching and helping to resolve complex audit issues
• Building relationships with the engagement staff and acting as an ambassador for the firm
• Reporting to audit managers and partners on all salient points arising from audits
• Supervising and coaching junior members of staff to help them realise their full potential
• Keeping up to date with KPMG's product and service offerings and identifying the sales opportunities that will help us grow our business
• Working on audit tenders and working as part of the relevant independence team on these tenders. Tasks may include: reviewing global engagement records in sentinel, analysing and categorising the records, contacting partners globally for engagement information, preparing data and drafting independence reports, liaising with UK Ethics and Independence team
• You may also have the opportunity to work on specific audit related projects across the audit function
The Persosn - Experience and Background:
• Self-driven and resilient and able to thrive in a pressurised environment
• The ambition to undertake new challenges and step up into supervisory roles, taking leadership where necessary
• The desire to work in a diverse environment and gain exposure to an international working environment
• Strong project management techniques including decision-making ability, analytical skills, time management, prioritisation, organisation and evaluative skills
• Builds the reputation of KPMG through the quality of work, knowledge and experience
• Monitors and upholds high quality of service and products to engagement (internal and external)
Qualifications and Skills:
• Fully qualified ACA/ACCA or international equivalent is essential. We will also consider those who are tracking towards full qualification (both time and exam) in 2021
• Recent and extensive external audit experience within a ‘Big 4’ or mid-tier firm is required
• Well-developed leadership and supervisory skills and the ability to effectively communicate with a wide range of individuals both internally and externally at different seniority levels
• Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong IT literacy, including Excel, PowerPoint and Word
• Demonstrating practical knowledge of IFRS and US GAAP is preferable

Salary

£45k - £50k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

Today

Description

Vitality, Finance Manager, Bournemouth, £45,000-£50,000 + Benefits + Bonus

We’re the UK insurer and investment provider that rewards people for positive lifestyle choices. With 1.25m+ UK members and more than 25m globally, we’re out to make the world a healthier, happier place.

That applies as much to our people as it does to our members. So, as well as a highly competitive pay package, you’ll enjoy: complimentary breakfasts; regular onsite physical and mental wellness workshops; on-site health checks; annual flu jabs, and access to our full range of partners and rewards.

It’s what we call offering shared value, because a healthy, happy team is good for us, good for our members, and good for you.

As ourFinance Manager, you’ll get the benefits our members enjoy, including:

- Our award-winning private Vitality Health insurance + wellness incentive programme

- Access to The Vitality Programme – Apple Watch, Waitrose and Partners, Garmin, Amazon Prime, Champneys Spa days, Rakuten TV and half-price gym memberships to name a few!

- Personal health fund + Life Assurance

- Stakeholder Pension Plan with employer contribution

- 25 days annual leave + Bank holidays + option to buy and sell 5 more

- Flexible benefits package

- Internal incentives, competitions, and awards – a chance to win football and sports tickets or even be in with a chance to have a holiday of a lifetime

- A genuine opportunity to grow and establish a long-term career

As our Finance Manager you will support the Financial Controller in the delivery of financial and regulatory reporting for Vitality Health. You will apply your existing technical accounting skills while learning specific elements such as Solvency II through internal training.

Responsibilities as ourFinance Manager will include:

- Preparing the monthly Management Accounts under IFRS in Excel presented to senior management and for submission in the mandatory Discovery Group accounting software, Finnivo

- Understanding, analysing and providing clear commentary on the key actual to plan variances in the monthly consolidated Management Accounts

- Technical accounting support, including involvement in the implementation of new accounting standards

- Contributing to the preparation of the annual IFRS financial statements

- Producing quarterly and annual Solvency II regulatory reporting templates (QRTs and NSTs).

- Driving the content and collation of the annual solvency and financial condition report (SFCR)

- Producing the monthly accounting for intangible assets, as well as the annual assessment of asset impairment

- Preparing other financial and regulatory reporting requirements

- In all areas maintain auditable records, ensuring compliance with End User Application standards, maintain evidence of key decisions and support the internal and external audit activities, including the annual audit of Internal Financial Controls (“IFCs”)

- Supporting continuous improvement of finance processes and drive efficiency

What we are looking for in our ideal Finance Manager:

- Relevant accounting qualification - CIMA, ACA, or ACCA

- Strong technical accountant with experience in IFRS and preparation of financial statements.  Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided.

- Confident in generating, interpreting, and communicating financial and operational information to senior business leaders

- Confident user of all advanced features of Excel, able to generate and communicate results in response to fast changing conditions

- Excellent analytical and problem solving skills

- Conveys detailed technical information clearly in e-mail or in formal writing for Board, auditors and regulators

- Work well independently, and prioritises workload

- Self-motivated, with solid organisation skills and a high level of attention to detail

- Candidates are not expected to have previous Solvency II experience as training will be provided

Closing Date: Thursday 18th March

Working for Vitality, you'll experience an exciting mix of creativity and innovation, within a framework of challenging objectives and a passion for delivering the best.

Our people are chosen for their skills, knowledge, enthusiasm, and attitude but above all, their belief that anything can be achieved.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to become our Finance Manager, thenplease click ‘apply’ today.