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Finance Analyst (Data)

Cedar Recruitment
Staines, Surrey, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Feb 13, 2024

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Job Role
Finance Data Analyst
Contract Type
Full Time

Job Title:
Finance Data Analyst


Company: Join an industry-leading global travel company at the forefront of innovation and transformation. Committed to shaping the future of travel experiences, our client is actively seeking a skilled Finance Data Analyst to empower financial control and insights within their dynamic organization.

Role Purpose: As a Finance Data Analyst, you will play a pivotal role in supporting our client's Business Transformation Programme by ensuring rigorous benefit and investment tracking. Your expertise in analysing financial and non-financial transformation KPIs will drive the effectiveness of our initiatives.



  • Provide robust analysis and structured reporting to support financial control of investments and benefits within the Transformation Programme.
  • Aid in the development of transformation business plans and finance strategies.
  • Collaborate with finance teams to create Transformation P&L and refine forecasting models.
  • Champion benefits tracking and continuous economic evaluation, including post-implementation.
  • Enhance risk assessment and establish clear 'value realization' milestones.
  • Develop comprehensive accounting, reporting, and Management Accounting models.
  • Facilitate discussions on investment ROI, prioritization, and strategic planning.
  • Prioritize tasks effectively to deliver results within tight deadlines.

  • Ideally fully ACCA or CIMA qualified
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, adept at manipulating and interpreting financial and business data.
  • Proficiency in analysing 'big data', identifying trends, outliers, and comparing data sets.
  • Ability to communicate complex information clearly and accessibly.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills for effective stakeholder engagement.
  • Thrives in an ambiguous environment with a bias towards execution, able to work at pace.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently, taking ownership of issues and proactively resolving them.
  • Exceptional organization and time management skills, with a knack for prioritization and effective planning.

  • Analytical: Highly numerical with a knack for spotting solutions to complex problems.
  • Proactive: Always seeks innovative approaches and maximizes potential.
  • Collaborative: Flexible team player, willing to support others and share knowledge.
  • Communication: Strong written and verbal communicator, capable of distilling complex information into clear messages.

Up to £70,000

Working Pattern: Hybrid (3 days a week in the office)

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