Your new company
Our client is a fast-growth medical technology business that is at the forefront of its sector and has exceptionally exciting growth plans leading to an anticipated IPO in 2025.
Your new role
Reporting to the CFO you will be a highly motivated, detail-oriented and experienced Finance Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Manager looking to play a crucial role in supporting strategic decision-making by providing insightful financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting and performance reporting. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams in both the UK & US to drive financial planning processes, monitor key performance indicators and contribute to the achievement of organisational goals.
The FP&A Manager is responsible for leading and managing the financial planning, budgeting, forecasting and analysis work streams for the group, producing monthly management accounting reports and variance analysis of Actuals plus Forecasts against Budget for the company and its subsidiaries and owning the maintenance and updating of a sophisticated integrated working capital forecast which creates an upload data sheet of forecasts for current financial year and next two financial years, which is uploaded monthly into SAP Business 1. Championed by this role, the Finance team is seeking to leverage the power of technology tools (eg PowerBI, Co-Pilot, etc) to provide dynamic financial information to the Board, senior management team and profit/ cost centre owners in an accessible format, enabling more insightful analysis and better commercial decision-making sooner.
What you'll need to succeed
The successful candidate will be a qualified accountant (or MBA) with significant experience in FP&A over a number of years, preferably in the life sciences industry and/ or rapid growth global SMEs, with a proven track record of progressively increasing responsibilities. You will have knowledge of accounting principles and financial reporting standards (IFRS, US GAAP) as well as exceptional analytical skills with the ability to translate complex financial data into actionable insights. Advanced proficiency in financial modelling and data analysis is essential, along with strong communication and presentation skills. A meticulous attention to detail, with a commitment to accuracy and quality on a timely basis and a methodical and thorough approach with a flexible & "can do" attitude are key.
What you'll get in return
This role represents an opportunity to join an exceptionally talented team who are at the cutting edge of their field. You will join at a critical point which would represent superb career development opportunities.
Benefits include a generous performance related bonus, pension and hybrid working (typically 3/4 days a week in the office in Oxford).
What you need to do now
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