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Commercial Manager

Mercia Marina

Derby, MID
6 days ago
Derby, MID
£40k - £50k Per Year
6 days ago
£40k - £50k Per Year

Commercial Manager
£40-50k

Willington, Derby
An unusual and exciting opportunity at the stunning Mercia Marina in Willington, Derby. This is a job with a difference and one where your contribution matters.

About you

We’re seeking someone with that rare combination of a sound commercial mindset complemented by a technical/engineering aptitude.
You will be a creative thinker who likes to investigate and apply imaginative solutions rather than taking the easy route. Someone as comfortable with capex management as they are managing diverse projects and people. Or at least confident and resourceful enough to take on the challenge and determined enough to succeed.

In return, we offer an exciting well-paid career in a role where your ideas are sought out and your actions make a difference to residents, businesses, visitors and holiday makers as well as the local community.
Over the past 12 years, we've laid the groundwork for a fabulous business. We still have big plans for the future and you will be central to those plans.
You’ll be working in one of the best environments in the Midlands (you can help make it one of the best in the country as that is our aim). You’ll join a small team where everyone counts, and everyone contributes.

About us

We're a fast-growing, well-established, financially secure family company with grand designs. Over the past 12 years we've created a destination with topflight commercial offices occupied by demanding international businesses, 260 floating residences, luxury holiday homes, 15 retail shops, cafes, and restaurants. There is scope for more of everything, but better and brighter. 

If you’re used to a slow-paced unchallenging environment where one day is much the same as the last, then this probably isn’t going to be the right role for you. Decision making here is rapid and straightforward as we are a small team with a flat structure.

What will you be doing?

Starting projects, pushing projects along, trying to wrap up projects, investigating improvements be it better office systems, management info, upgraded fibre internet, best use of land, new lodges, new vehicles, resource allocation and more. The tasks will run the gamut from the everyday to the once in a lifetime. The easy way is not our usual way.

You’ll be on the front line for new buildings, new infrastructure, additional land, more residences, more lodges including eco-lodges, IT innovation, equipment upgrades, e-vehicle charging schemes, e-bike schemes, etc.  And then there are your ideas…

Examples of current projects are: Promenade building development scheme; fibre optic internet installation for whole marina; financially viable e-vehicle charging for residents and visitors; bee-hives; lodge development; eco-lodges; realistic and viable energy saving possibilities and new software.

You’ll liaise with architects, planning consultants and planners on development schemes as required. You'll assess possible development projects for financial return, customer demand, likely take-up and feasibility. You'll undertake detailed appraisals of major schemes.

Constantly looking for opportunities to develop the business which will provide benefit for customers and the general public and as a consequence provide profitable growth.

Help determine the optimum technical/engineering solutions.

Develop an overview of existing products, operations and processes and put forward suggestions for improvement.

 

What experience and qualifications do you need?

Ideally an engineering or technical degree from a good university plus good commercial experience in a decision-making capacity or a good business degree with work experience in an engineering or technical capacity.

Able to undertake detailed financial appraisal of major projects

Creatively minded

Be an admirer of innovative solutions

A track record of achievement

Be keen to take on big developments

Have an international or at least national perspective
Previous applicants are welcome to reapply.
Deadline for applications is 31 March 2021. 

That’s all for now

If you’ve got this far, like what we have to offer and think we will appreciate what you have to offer, take the next step by making a confidential application by emailing your C.V. accompanied by a cover letter to robert@merciamarina.co.uk.

We recruit without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation. And we mean it.

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Financial Controller

MechFS Ltd

Doncaster, Yorkshire
Today
Doncaster, Yorkshire
Today

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JOB DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

JOB TITLE:

 

 

FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

 

JOB CATEGORY:

 

 

Permanent

 

DEPARTMENT/GROUP:

 

 

Financial Team

 

LOCATION:

 

 

Doncaster/Leeds

 

POSITION TYPE:

 

 

Permanent

 

LEVEL/SALARY:

 

 

£Negotiable

  

 

PURPOSE OF THE ROLE:

 

 

An excellent opportunity for an established Financial Controller to join either our Doncaster or Leeds office during our exciting growth period.

 

This is a newly created role working directly with the Finance Director and 4 accounting team members. The role will include a responsibility for managing all finance and accounting operations.

 

Your position will be varied and fast paced.  You will co-ordinate and direct the preparation of financial budgets and forecasts monthly, be responsible for supporting the month and year end process.  Monthly meetings with project teams to discuss budgeting and margin across various ongoing projects.  Ensuring quality control at all times within financial reporting and transactions. 

 

The group employs over 120 employees across 4 offices in the UK. It is a progressive and dynamic company and employees enjoy the family feel. 

 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

 

 

  • Proven experience working as a Financial Controller
  • 8 + years in accounting experience ACCA or CIMA
  • Thorough knowledge of accounting principles
  • Confidence working with large scale client’s
  • Excellent and efficient interpersonal skills
  • Have the confidence to challenge the ‘norm’ and influence decisions
  • Driven and motivated to achieve results
  • Be approachable and supportive
  • Sage 200 working knowledge preferable
  • Experience managing a team of people
  • Managing excel worksheets maintaining diligence and accuracy
  • Experience in MEP, construction, construction-related project business

   

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

 Role & Responsibilities:

  • Financial reporting and budget preparation - weekly
  • Cashflow forecasting – weekly/monthly/quarterly alongside collation and verification of project expenditures/income from commercial and site teams
  • Supporting project level WIP reviews, reconciling and forecasting project costs
  • Overseeing and forecasting project-level accounts payable
  • Working with Business development for pipeline forecasting (sales and costs)
  • Assisting project managers, QS’s with project controlling and accounting of projects in sub-ledger/cost codes
  • Ensuring compliance with law and statutory requirements
  • Helping to improve cost efficiencies within the business.
  • Managing and developing a direct report team of 4 staff members

 

This is a full-time role Monday to Friday 8.30-5pm. You will be provided with full training. Bonus, pension,private healthcare and/or company car/car allowance will be included in the package.

 

 


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Portfolio Manager

Border to Coast Pension Partnership

Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago

We are looking for a Portfolio Manager to join us in Leeds City Centre, working within the Fixed Income team, to manage all or part of an internally managed Fixed Income investment sub-fund and/or portfolio, in accordance with the Border to Coast Investment Policy, investment process, procedures and relevant legal or regulatory documentation.

 

Border to Coast currently manages a £1.4bn Sterling Index-Linked Bond fund and will manage an Emerging Markets Hard Currency fund once that capability is launched towards the end of 2021. Additional investment offerings may be launched in the future.

 

In the role you will prepare and maintain due diligence reports, supporting investment decision making and portfolio construction using internal and external sources of data and research. Evaluating new investment opportunities in fixed income and managing one or more portfolios/sub-funds, you will execute investment transactions and regularly review the performance, attribution, exposure and risk metrics of the sub-funds or portfolios.

 

In addition, you will participate in investment team meetings, liaise with the research and risk teams to ensure an integrated investment approach and provide feedback on the quality, depth and focus of research. You will also contribute to the oversight of our external fixed income managers.

 

You will be educated to degree level and have a suitable investment management qualification, or a willingness to work towards this. Previous experience in fixed income portfolio and risk management is essential.

 

You will have a keen interest in, and understanding of, investment markets, and a commitment to responsible investment and sustainability. In addition, you will have experience of using investment management software (such as Bloomberg), problem solving and decision making capability as well as strong written and verbal communication and presentation skills.

 

Border to Coast Pensions Partnership is a collaboration of 11 Local Government Pension Funds with a total asset value of £46 billion. Border to Coast is an FCA regulated investment company managing assets through both internal (direct securities) and external (funds) management with a number of investment vehicles, including an Authorised Contractual Scheme. Border to Coast started managing financial assets from mid-2018.

 

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds. We have an open and supportive culture with a commitment to learning and valuing everyone’s skills and contribution.

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Senior Finance Business Partner - COO / Non Agile Expenses -

Direct Line Group

BromleyBromleyLeedsLeeds
5 days ago
BromleyBromleyLeedsLeeds
5 days ago

Covid-19

We’re actively looking for people to join our teams, and we’re committed in protecting your health and wellbeing during every step of our recruitment process. If you’re successful in securing a role with us you’ll find we’ll be doing things a little bit differently! This may mean you’ll initially join our team working from home. During this time we’ll work with you to make sure you have the tools and equipment you need and that you feel part of our outstanding DLG team!

About Us

Direct Line Group is one of the top tier motor, home and small business insurers in the UK and home to some of the nation’s best-known brands: Direct Line, Churchill, Privilege, Green Flag and NIG. Our mission is to make insurance easier and better value for customers.

We are currently recruiting a Senior Finance Business Partner position to head up our Chief Operating Officer (COO) / Non Agile Expenses Business Partnering team here at Direct Line Group. This is a permanent position based from our head office in Bromley.

The Role:

You will provide financial BP and analytical support to ExCo members and their leadership teams. Managing analytical resource and engaging MI owners to build or acquire the vital information to guide and challenge business teams, ensuring alignment of their decision making with the Group’s financial objectives, long term value maximisation and strategic priorities.

What you'll be doing:

Leading and managing the COO / Non Agile Expenses Business Partnering Finance Team (5-10 FTEs), covering both BAU and change spend (“the SIP”).

Playing a proactive and exciting role within the COO/Head Office Leadership Teams, ensuring that Operating Expenses/claims indemnity/investment decisions are aligned to the Group’s financial objectives, long term value maximisation goals and strategic priorities.

Leading the provision of timely and effective financial performance reporting and insight to manage Operating Expenses, headcount and third-party supplier spend across COO and Head Office functions. Supporting the delivery of the Group’s Operating Expense targets and OKRs. Understanding how critical metrics and other drivers/trends are impacting financial performance.

Building strong, collaborative relationships across ExCo and key business areas, including COO, Finance, other Head Office functions, CSO and Agile Tribes. Challenging as well as supporting.

Offering financial partnering and investment appraisal expertise to support local project teams, particularly with respect to investment opportunities, commercial contracts (CAPs) partnership tenders and cost and benefit tracking.

Strategically partnering with the procurement team to manage the commercial impact of contracts, ensuring challenge and financial rigour is embedded in procurement decisions.

Finance leading for Enterprise Change and the SIP, ensuring that the Group’s change portfolio reflects strategic priorities and is managed to an agreed cash envelope.

Maintaining and developing sound and robust models for reporting, commercial modelling and scenario analysis.

Identifying opportunities to improve processes or ways of working and work collaboratively to deliver change.

Sharing best practice across the Business Partnering and Analytics community to drive up broader team efficiency, effectiveness and capability.

Identifying, owning and managing the risks involved in running the business (those appropriate to this role), in line with the company risk framework and in conjunction with the Risk function.

What we are looking for:

  • Qualified or part qualified (with relevant business experience) accountant

  • Consistent track record of cost management and initiating business wide change

  • Insurance/financial services proven experience is desirable

  • Strong commercial acumen and analytical skills coupled with the ability to build robust, flexible and understandable models

  • Experience of contract negotiations and financial management of material outsourcing arrangements preferable

  • Hold natural gravitas with an ability to interact at a senior level with both Finance & non Finance individuals

  • Excellent Problem solver with a can do attitude

Covid-19

We’re actively looking for people to join our teams, and we’re committed in protecting your health and wellbeing during every step of our recruitment process. If you’re successful in securing a role with us you’ll find we’ll be doing things a little bit differently! This may mean you’ll initially join our team working from home. During this time we’ll work with you to make sure you have the tools and equipment you need and that you feel part of our outstanding DLG team!

About Us

Direct Line Group is one of the top tier motor, home and small business insurers in the UK and home to some of the nation’s best-known brands: Direct Line, Churchill, Privilege, Green Flag and NIG. Our mission is to make insurance easier and better value for customers.

We are currently recruiting a Senior Finance Business Partner position to head up our Chief Operating Officer (COO) / Non Agile Expenses Business Partnering team here at Direct Line Group. This is a permanent position based from our head office in Bromley.

The Role:

You will provide financial BP and analytical support to ExCo members and their leadership teams. Managing analytical resource and engaging MI owners to build or acquire the vital information to guide and challenge business teams, ensuring alignment of their decision making with the Group’s financial objectives, long term value maximisation and strategic priorities.

What you'll be doing:

Leading and managing the COO / Non Agile Expenses Business Partnering Finance Team (5-10 FTEs), covering both BAU and change spend (“the SIP”).

Playing a proactive and exciting role within the COO/Head Office Leadership Teams, ensuring that Operating Expenses/claims indemnity/investment decisions are aligned to the Group’s financial objectives, long term value maximisation goals and strategic priorities.

Leading the provision of timely and effective financial performance reporting and insight to manage Operating Expenses, headcount and third-party supplier spend across COO and Head Office functions. Supporting the delivery of the Group’s Operating Expense targets and OKRs. Understanding how critical metrics and other drivers/trends are impacting financial performance.

Building strong, collaborative relationships across ExCo and key business areas, including COO, Finance, other Head Office functions, CSO and Agile Tribes. Challenging as well as supporting.

Offering financial partnering and investment appraisal expertise to support local project teams, particularly with respect to investment opportunities, commercial contracts (CAPs) partnership tenders and cost and benefit tracking.

Strategically partnering with the procurement team to manage the commercial impact of contracts, ensuring challenge and financial rigour is embedded in procurement decisions.

Finance leading for Enterprise Change and the SIP, ensuring that the Group’s change portfolio reflects strategic priorities and is managed to an agreed cash envelope.

Maintaining and developing sound and robust models for reporting, commercial modelling and scenario analysis.

Identifying opportunities to improve processes or ways of working and work collaboratively to deliver change.

Sharing best practice across the Business Partnering and Analytics community to drive up broader team efficiency, effectiveness and capability.

Identifying, owning and managing the risks involved in running the business (those appropriate to this role), in line with the company risk framework and in conjunction with the Risk function.

What we are looking for:

  • Qualified or part qualified (with relevant business experience) accountant

  • Consistent track record of cost management and initiating business wide change

  • Insurance/financial services proven experience is desirable

  • Strong commercial acumen and analytical skills coupled with the ability to build robust, flexible and understandable models

  • Experience of contract negotiations and financial management of material outsourcing arrangements preferable

  • Hold natural gravitas with an ability to interact at a senior level with both Finance & non Finance individuals

  • Excellent Problem solver with a can do attitude

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Finance Business Partner - Transformation & Technology

walkerdendle

Leeds, EN
6 days ago
Leeds, EN
6 days ago

The Role 

A fabulous career opportunity for a part qualified to step up as a finance business partner to work closely with the leads for each of the core areas of the IT, E-Business and Transformation cost centres. The role is ideally suited to an accountant who has experience in supporting one-off programmes and/or significant IT investment.
Key Responsibilities

  • Timely tracking and analysis of actual spend
  • Timely and accurate updating of forecast spend
  • Tracking of financial risks and opportunities
  • Prepare monthly management reporting information for the Technology & Transformation team ensuring reporting reconciles back to underlying data
  • Calculate and maintain monthly accruals and prepayments schedule and post the necessary journals into Oracle.
  • Work with leads to ensure financial risks and opportunities are tracked at a transactional/vendor level and appropriately reflected in forecasts and updates to senior stakeholders through the forecasting tool, Hubble.
  • Prepare the annual budget and monthly rolling forecasts in conjunction with T&T Business Partner in FP&A team and various Heads of Department within the Technology area
  • Management of POs for Technology & Transformation including liaising with various stakeholders; appropriate coding of POs; managing any extensions to POs against forecast and approved spend.
  • Be the first point of contact for any finance queries related to Technology & Transformation
  • Create and manage recharge schedule; to ensure recharges are raised to BUs each month; co-ordinate with BU finance teams to ensure they understand and are anticipating the recharge

The Successful Applicant

  • Part qualified ACA/ACCA/IMA
  • Experience of supporting significant IT change programmes/capex spend would be desirable
  • Experience of business partnering across multiple functions/divisions
  • Oracle or similar systems with integrated modules
  • Excellent Excel skills
  • Ability to produce accurate models
  • Attention to detail and ability to do in-depth analysis

We regret that due to the high volume of applications we receive, if you have not heard from us within 10 days, your application has not been successful on this occasion. However, please do continue to apply for jobs advertised by Walker Dendle.
Walker Dendle Limited acts as an employment business for temporary positions and an employment agency for permanent positions. Walker Dendle is committed to equal opportunity and diversity. Suitable candidates with equivalent qualifications and more or less experience can apply. By applying to this position, you acknowledge that you have read and accept the terms available on our website.

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Credit Controller

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Bradford, Yorkshire
2 days ago
Bradford, Yorkshire
2 days ago
As a Credit Controller your duties will be to actively pursue outstanding student and commercial organisation debts, engage with Commercial debtors, resolve individual cases, liaise with students to discuss overdue accounts, update electronic student records, prepare and submit all court claims, reconciling financial information, assist in the production of management reporting and any other duties that may be required.

The successful candidate must have the following:

Previously worked in a similar role- essential

  • Be immediately available- essential
  • Work well individually as well as within a team - essential
  • Have strong communication skills- essential
  • Be strong l - essential
  • Have good attention to detail - essential
  • Previously worked on the financial system SITS- desirable
  • Have strong excel skills- essential
  • Be good interpersonally - essential
  • Be able to work and adhere to deadlines - essential

Immediate Start + 3- 6 Months + Credit Controller + Immediate Start + Bradford + Education Sector

Page Personnel are looking for a Credit Controller to support the transactional manager with an immediate start and working from home.

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Credit Controller

Page Personnel United Kingdom

Leeds, Yorkshire
6 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
6 days ago
As a Credit Controller you will work as part of a busy finance team managing the end to end credit control credit control function for a ledger with a variety of customers including sole traders to large PLCs. You will proactively approach chasing outstanding debt reviewing information and escalating any potential issues to the Credit Control Supervisor.

You will be responsible for posting and allocating of all payment across numerous bank accounts, and reconciling accordingly. You will be a confident communicator able to resolve complex queries working closely with the wider team and wider finance team to ensure month and year end deadlines are achieved.

The successful candidate will:

  • Have previous experience working in a similar credit control role
  • Be used to working a fast paced environment
  • Be able to report precisely on outstanding debt
  • An excellent communicator with both customers and across the wider business

Salary upto £25,000, 25 days holiday, free parking on site, working for a growing business, working in a knowledgeable and experienced credit control team.

Page Personnel are currently recruiting a Credit Controller for a fast paced distribution business reporting to the Credit Control Supervisor managing a ledger with a variety of customers including sole traders and large PLCs.

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Finance Manager

National Health Service

Quarry House, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Quarry House, Yorkshire
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year
4 days ago
£45.753k - £51.668k Per Year

Job Reference: 990-1-EI4564-CE

Employer:
NHS England and NHS Improvement
Location:
Quarry House, Leeds
Salary:
£45,753 - £51,668 per annum

Our Organisation

NHS England and NHS Improvement came together on 1 April 2019 as a new single organisation. The NHS Long Term Plan focuses on delivering integrated care to patients at the local level and we can best support the NHS to deliver this as a single integrated organisation.

At the NHS, we are reminded every day of how important life is. As a flexible working friendly organisation, we want to be sure that you can work in a way that is best for us and for our patients, and for you. Speak to us about how we might be able to accommodate a flexible working arrangement whether that’s job share, part time or another flexible pattern. In addition, although the role advertised may have an ‘home’ office base indicated, we remain committed to supporting flexibility around workplace locations. If it works for the service, we will do our best to make it work for you.

Our new operating model represents a strong shift to regional delivery supported by expert corporate teams. Local health systems are supported by our integrated regional teams who play a major leadership role in the geographies they manage.

We are jointly committed to creating and maintaining a fair and supportive working environment and culture, where contributions are fully recognised and valued by all and staff feel empowered to carry out their duties to the best of their abilities. As employers we are committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health and well-being of all our staff. This underpins our values as set out in the NHS Constitution, supports us to be an Employer of Choice and ultimately enables our employees to support the effective care of our patients.


We are currently recruiting for a Finance Manager in the Management Accounts team within NHS England and NHS Improvement.

The post holder will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering an effective finance partnering service supporting managers and staff across the Directorates and is a member of the team responsible for the management accounting and consolidation arrangements for NHS England and NHS Improvement.

The role supports the business in driving transformation as well as value for money in planning, commissioning and service. The role is designed to build a combination of subject matter expertise and technical skills to develop a strong service delivery.

The management accounts team is part of the Financial Control team within NHS England and NHS Improvement.

Financial Control is responsible for co-ordinating effective audit and control processes, working with the Audit Committee and managing key external relationships with auditors and related national bodies. The Team ensure that robust financial accounting and budgetary control systems, processes and standards are developed and maintained for NHS England, NHS Improvement and the wider commissioning system.

Your experience

You will be a qualified accountant with membership of a relevant professional body and/or educated to a masters level, or have an equivalent level of experience of working in Management Accounts within the NHS.

You will:

  • Deliver highly complex Management Accounts processes for the Directorates within NHS England and NHS Improvement within timetabled deadlines
  • Use a range of forecasting and review techniques to maintain financial control and ensure an accurate financial position for Directorates are maintained
  • Provide accurate and timely consolidated budgetary control information for NHS England and NHS Improvement budget holders, which allows budget holders and budget managers to understand the risks/opportunities within their reported position.
  • Facilitate working relationships, providing financial advice, support and influence to NHS England and NHS Improvement Directorate colleagues.
  • Support the Senior Finance Lead of Management Accounts and the Assistant Head of Management Accounts in ad-hoc project delivery.
  • Input to corporate business returns, including planning and workforce returns
  • Develop and implement a content management system to ensure information is properly managed and best practice is shared across the team, Directorates and the wider NHS organisation
  • Have a detailed understanding of NHS Finance at an intermediate level for a number of years, being able to appreciate the relationship between the Department of Health and individual provider and commissioning organisations;
  • Have an understanding of the background, aims and implications of current healthcare policy;
  • Have experience of managing and motivating a team/virtual team and reviewing performance of the individuals;
  • Have experience of identifying and interpreting national policy;
  • Be numerate and technically competent;
  • Be able to provide and receive highly complex, sensitive or contentious information, negotiate with senior stakeholders on difficult and controversial issues, and present complex and sensitive information to large and influential groups;
  • Be able to negotiate on difficult and controversial issues including performance and change;
  • Be able to analyse complex facts and situations and develop a range of options;
  • Be able to make decisions autonomously, when required, on difficult and contentious issues where there may be a number of courses of action, working to tight and often changing timescales; and
  • Demonstrate a strong desire to improve performance and make a difference by focusing on goals.

Your values and behaviours will show you:

  • are committed to and focused on quality, promotes high standards in all they do.
  • are able to make a connection between your work and the benefit to patients and the public.
  • are able to operate in a value-driven style consistent with the values of the public services and specifically with the new organisational values
  • work across boundaries, looks for collective success, listens, involves, respects and learns from the contribution of others
  • value diversity and difference; operates with integrity and openness
  • work well with others, is positive and helpful, listens, involves, respects and learns from the contribution of others.
  • consistently look to improve what they do, look for successful tried and tested ways of working, and also seeks out innovation.
  • actively develop yourself and supports others to do the same.
  • have a thorough understanding of and commitment to equality of opportunity and good working relationships both in terms of day-to-day working practices, but also in relation to management systems.

For further details contact:

Name - Janine Gillon

Job title - Assistant Head of Management Accounts (interim)

Email address - janine.gillon@nhs.net

Telephone number - 07714 771226



Our commitments to you

We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better patient outcomes. We welcome applications irrespective of people's age, disability, sex, gender identity and gender expression, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or other personal circumstances. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process, including the consideration of reasonable adjustments for people who have a disability.

Applications are welcomed from applicants who wish to apply for a position on the basis of a smarter or flexible working arrangement. Where candidates are successful at interview, such requests will be taken under consideration and accommodated where the needs of the service allow.

Please note that we currently do not accept applications via CV or recruitment agencies.

The NHSBSA is responsible for the processing of your application; a privacy notice is attached to advise you on how we will process your personal data.

After applying via NHS Jobs, your submitted application will be imported into our preferred third-party recruitment system. All subsequent information regarding your application will be generated from apps.trac.jobs. If you are appointed to a post, information will also be transferred into the NHS Electronic Staff Records system.

You will not be able to track the progress of your application or receive messages through NHS Jobs, and furthermore, as an employer, we will not be able to respond to any e-mails sent to us via NHS Jobs. If you have a query relating to your application, please contact the recruitment team on nhsei@nhsbsa.nhs.uk or 0300 330 1369.

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Senior Finance Manager

National Health Service

Manchester, NW
5 days ago
Manchester, NW
5 days ago

Senior Finance Manager

The Christie NHS FT

The closing date is 10 March 2021

Job overview

Due to an internal secondment, The Trust is seeking to appoint on a 12 month fixed term contract, a highly motivated and enthusiastic Head of Costing to lead the Costing Team. This is a great opportunity to join a successful costing team, helping to refine and improve the existing costing system, and embed costing as a key part of The Trust on-going governance.

Reporting to the Associate Director of Finance Costing and Efficiency, you will lead on all aspects of the Patient Level Information and Costing System (PLICS), supporting the annual / monthly planning and reporting cycle including complying with all aspects of the Nation Cost Collection. In additional you will be responsible for internal and external engagement with key stakeholders to ensure the continuous improvement of the PLICS.

Main duties of the job

The Finance Directorate actively promotes training and development within the team, across the Trust and externally. We have developed a comprehensive finance education strategy and hold Towards Excellence Level 3 accreditation. We are an active member of the FSD Network, Future Focused Finance, and the Towards Excellence scheme.

About us

ORGANISATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

Accountable to:

  • Associate Director of Finance Costing and Efficiency

Other Accountabilities:

  • Deputy Director of Finance

Other Key Relationships

  • General Managers/Divisional Directors
  • Internal and External Audit
  • Heads of Finance

Responsible for:

  • Costing Accountant
  • Costing and Information Analyst

Job description

Job responsibilities

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead the development and continuing improvement of patient level costing throughout the trust. This will involve formulating long term strategic plans to ensure that it is successfully implemented across the whole organisation.
  • Working with divisions to develop and maintain procedures for the recording and analysis of information relating to the allocation and apportionment of both income and costs, thereby enabling profit margins to be measured at a specialty/departmental level.
  • Develop the trusts understanding of service line reporting, and the implications of patient level costing information to help deliver strategic change.
  • To develop and deliver an effective internal communication plan to ensure the board of directors, management board, divisional boards and clinical forums are aware of and supportive of the patient level information and costing system
  • Responsible for the production of the trusts National Cost Collection ensuring that it is prepared in line with NHS guidance and in accordance with specified submission timetables.
  • Participate in discussions at national level through membership of the PbR costing group or the national chemotherapy and radiotherapy working groups to ensure the complexity of chemotherapy and radiotherapy is adequately reflected in the plans for developing PbR for cancer treatments.
  • Lead benchmarking exercises with other cancer centres, analysing differences in costing and pricing methodologies. Advising the Associate Director of Finance Costing and Efficiency on the outcomes of such benchmarking processes and making recommendations or organisational change.
  • Ensure the delivery of the statutory annual accounts information relevant to the section.
  • Responsible for prioritising own work and that of the Costing team. To line manage the Costing team including appraisals; training and development; sickness absence; disciplinary matters; recruitment and selection decisions; personal and career development and workload allocations.
  • Provision of financial training to managers, clinicians and all budget holders within the division/directorates to ensure that staff are aware of costing systems and the impact their decisions will have on income and costs.
  • Work with the Associate Director of Finance Costing and Efficiency to agree personal objectives, and a personal development plan and keep up to date professionally through mandatory continuing professional development.
  • Develop the departments effectiveness in contributing to outstanding standards and performance in the Trusts overall financial management.
  • Development and updating of Trust financial procedure notes where required.
  • Respond to internal and external audits and resulting recommendations regarding issues around probity, financial control and value for money.
  • Support the staff of the section in the overall management of the department to deliver key objectives. Provide direction and development opportunities for staff and their teams as appropriate and ensure that human resource management is carried out effectively.
  • This job description is not intended to be exhaustive, but reflects the main responsibilities of the post holder. Other duties may be required from time to time, which are commensurate with the grade of the post. This job description is subject to regular review and appropriate modification.

Person Specification

Qualifications

Essential

  • CCAB Qualified Accountant.
  • ECDL or equivalent experience
  • Demonstrate Continuing Professional Development

Experience

Essential

  • Have at least 5 years post qualification experience at a strategic finance management level
  • Have an advanced understanding of financial management and accounting principles
  • Expert experience of Financial Management, which is at least 3 years and of working in a multi - agency and disciplinary environment to include aspects of:
  • Experience of business planning and implementation

Desirable

  • Experience of NHS finance and the NHS financial regime
  • Experience of working at an NHS Foundation Trust
  • Experience of NHS costing and the National Cost Collection and CTP (Costing Transformation Programme)

Skill, Knowledge & Competencies

Essential

  • Expert knowledge of the NHS financial regime including Payment by Results and the impact on Trust income.
  • Excellent analytical and reasoning skills.
  • Ability to prepare and present financial information to non financial people.
  • Planning, monitoring and influencing skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills to people at all levels within the organisation.
  • Proficient in the use of financial systems, including spreadsheets and database packages, and have the ability to develop systems to maximum benefits to users
  • Possess a robust understanding of financial and activity systems and to be able to extract, interpret, manipulate and present information in a meaningful way
  • Significant experience of leading, managing, motivating & developing a team.
  • Proactive self starter
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Ability to lead change and have a positive influence on others
  • Evidence of past achievements and ability to deliver

Specific Job Requirments

Essential

  • Significant use of computer VDU screen/keyboard
  • Frequent requirement for concentration when inputting data, checking and reconciling information, making calculations and when answering queries from staff, managers and clinicians
  • Often required to switch tasks at short notice
  • Frequent requirement for prolonged concentration when analysing complex data and preparing reports
  • Workload and content often unpredictable
  • Minor lifting and handling in an office environment (files, boxes etc)

Other

Essential

  • Be able to manage time effectively, prioritise and deliver to agreed deadlines
  • Enthusiasm, determination, motivated and positive.
  • Confident approach, hardworking, committed and reliable.
  • Open, honest and fair
  • Treat colleagues with dignity and respect

Employer details

Employer name

The Christie NHS FT

Address

Costing - E00782

Manchester

M20 4BX


Employer's website

https://www.christie.nhs.uk/

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Financial Performance & Analysis Manager

Emovis

Leeds, Yorkshire
3 days ago
Leeds, Yorkshire
£40k - £45k Per Year
3 days ago
£40k - £45k Per Year

Emovis is a global and award-winning company with over 800 employees worldwide, with 300+ based at our offices in Leeds. We are a technology company focused on keeping roads moving through electronic tolling and smart mobility solutions.

Here in Leeds we look after the Dartford crossing, a section of the M25 with the Queen Elizabeth II bridge and two tunnels that connect both sides of the Thames. This is the busiest crossing in the UK and we make sure that the road users journeys are as easy as possible. With the implementation in 2014 of our state of the art technology and brand new call centre, we improved the journeys and the experience of the nearly 200000 daily users.

We’re based in the heart of Leeds City Centre, close to all the amenities and with excellent transport links. The office is a short walk from Leeds train station, making it an easy commute for those living outside of Leeds.

The Financial Performance and Analysis Manager

Working alongside the Head of Finance, the Financial Performance and Analysis Manager will be responsible for the following:

•Providing support the senior management team through insight and analysis as a business partner
•Manage the reporting process accross the finance function
•Support the Head of Finance in the production of reforecastas, budgets, NAO audits and other items
•To be the first point of contact with the client
•Manage and coach members of the team
•Work on operastional efficiencies and continuous improvement

The successful applicant will have a thorough knowledge and experience of high-volume business operations and experience of producing accurate reports to tight deadlines, and interpretating output to provide insight to key stakeholders.

Requirements for the Finance Operations Manager Role

  • •Fully qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA)
    •Excellent MS office skills - high level user of Excel/Powerpoint
    •Highly numerate and detailed
    •Time management and organisational skills - able to effectively prioritise own & team’s workload
    •Able to work under pressure to tight deadlines
    •Analytical, decision making and problem-solving abilities
    •Desire to seek improvements and add value to processes
    •Thorough knowledge and experience of high-volume business operations
    •Producing accurate reports to tight timelines, and interpreting output to provide insight to key stakeholders
    •Experience of liaising with senior managers
    •Forecasting and annual reporting
    •Excellent client handling skills
    •Clear DBS
    •Experience of SAP and SAGE desirable but not essential

    Benefits

    In return, we offer a great place to work, where employee engagement is important to us, plus the following,

    •23 days annul holiday, plus 8 bank holidays each year
    •Up to 6% pension matching contributions
    •Private healthcare
    •Income Protection and Critical Illness Cover
    •Life assurance x 3 salary
    •City centre location
    •Modern office
    •Life insurance
    •Pension scheme
    •Healthcare cash back plan
    •Breakout area with vending machines
    •Pool table and PlayStation4
    •Free massages - onsite and during work time!
    •Free Wi-Fi
    •Retail discounts and special offers
    •Cycle to work scheme & bus travel discounts
    •Dress down days
    •Free fruit
    •Length of Service awards
    •Up to 3 extra length of service holidays
    •Employee Assistance Programme
    •Regular health and wellbeing events
    •Two parties per year with food, drinks and entertainment provided. These are held off site and are free for all employees to attend!

    If you feel you are suitable for our Financial Performance and Analysis Manager position, please apply now.

    We have tailored our recruitment process so you’re able to show off your experience and skills, whilst being able to get a taste of what to expect from Emovis. This will start with a quick chat with a member of our friendly HR Team, where you can ask any questions you may have about the company or the role and any further information you would like to know.

    Please contact us if you require adjustments or additional support with your application, we’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

    If you wish to know what is like to work for Emovis, head to our Youtube channel or our social media!

Salary

£40k - £50k Per Year

Job Type

Full Time

Posted

6 days ago

Description

Commercial Manager

£40-50k

Willington, Derby

An unusual and exciting opportunity at the stunning Mercia Marina in Willington, Derby. This is a job with a difference and one where your contribution matters.

About you

We’re seeking someone with that rare combination of a sound commercial mindset complemented by a technical/engineering aptitude.

You will be a creative thinker who likes to investigate and apply imaginative solutions rather than taking the easy route. Someone as comfortable with capex management as they are managing diverse projects and people. Or at least confident and resourceful enough to take on the challenge and determined enough to succeed.

In return, we offer an exciting well-paid career in a role where your ideas are sought out and your actions make a difference to residents, businesses, visitors and holiday makers as well as the local community.

Over the past 12 years, we've laid the groundwork for a fabulous business. We still have big plans for the future and you will be central to those plans.

You’ll be working in one of the best environments in the Midlands (you can help make it one of the best in the country as that is our aim). You’ll join a small team where everyone counts, and everyone contributes.

About us

We're a fast-growing, well-established, financially secure family company with grand designs. Over the past 12 years we've created a destination with topflight commercial offices occupied by demanding international businesses, 260 floating residences, luxury holiday homes, 15 retail shops, cafes, and restaurants. There is scope for more of everything, but better and brighter. 

If you’re used to a slow-paced unchallenging environment where one day is much the same as the last, then this probably isn’t going to be the right role for you. Decision making here is rapid and straightforward as we are a small team with a flat structure.

What will you be doing?

Starting projects, pushing projects along, trying to wrap up projects, investigating improvements be it better office systems, management info, upgraded fibre internet, best use of land, new lodges, new vehicles, resource allocation and more. The tasks will run the gamut from the everyday to the once in a lifetime. The easy way is not our usual way.

You’ll be on the front line for new buildings, new infrastructure, additional land, more residences, more lodges including eco-lodges, IT innovation, equipment upgrades, e-vehicle charging schemes, e-bike schemes, etc.  And then there are your ideas…

Examples of current projects are: Promenade building development scheme; fibre optic internet installation for whole marina; financially viable e-vehicle charging for residents and visitors; bee-hives; lodge development; eco-lodges; realistic and viable energy saving possibilities and new software.

You’ll liaise with architects, planning consultants and planners on development schemes as required. You'll assess possible development projects for financial return, customer demand, likely take-up and feasibility. You'll undertake detailed appraisals of major schemes.

Constantly looking for opportunities to develop the business which will provide benefit for customers and the general public and as a consequence provide profitable growth.

Help determine the optimum technical/engineering solutions.

Develop an overview of existing products, operations and processes and put forward suggestions for improvement.

 

What experience and qualifications do you need?

Ideally an engineering or technical degree from a good university plus good commercial experience in a decision-making capacity or a good business degree with work experience in an engineering or technical capacity.

Able to undertake detailed financial appraisal of major projects

Creatively minded

Be an admirer of innovative solutions

A track record of achievement

Be keen to take on big developments

Have an international or at least national perspective

Previous applicants are welcome to reapply.

Deadline for applications is 31 March 2021. 

That’s all for now

If you’ve got this far, like what we have to offer and think we will appreciate what you have to offer, take the next step by making a confidential application by emailing your C.V. accompanied by a cover letter to robert@merciamarina.co.uk.

We recruit without regard to age, disability, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation. And we mean it.