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Programme Financial Controller

Employer
Experis
Location
Englefield, Reading, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
May 16, 2024

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Job Role
Controller
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our client a Global Services Organisation with more than (phone number removed) employees are seeking to recruit a Programme IT Financial Controller and you will bring the below skill set:

Your experience working in a consulting services or programme management organisation will be critical to your success in this role. You will also be able to demonstrate:

Demonstrable experience in Project, Portfolio Accounting and leading the financial aspects of a largescale IT programmes including Driving automation and standardisation of process.
Advanced Excel and automation of reporting & MI skills
Knowledge of revenue recognition practices and policies in a consulting services environment
Experience managing the finances for sub-contractors
Relevant Financial qualification such as ACCA or CIMA and 8+ years PQE
Bachelor's or Master's degree in business, Operations, Finance or related field or equivalent work experience
As a Programme Financial Controller, you will be responsible for:

Financial Planning and Analysis:
Develop and manage the budget for the entire programmes and provide FP&A support to largescale Programmes.
Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to ensure accurate financial forecasts, revenue recognition and cost decision support.

Cost Management:
Monitor and control expenditures to ensure they align with the approved budget.
Collaborate with the progamme governance team to implement cost-saving measures without compromising the quality of delivery.

Financial Reporting:
Prepare regular financial reports, analysis and commentary for senior management and key stakeholders.
Provide insights into financial performance, risks, and opportunities.
Business Partnering:
Trusted business partner and advisor to the Client Delivery Partner and their Management team.

Standardisation, Automation and Change Management
Ability to support and drive standardisation of process, automation and to solve complex problems. Drive change in a rapidly evolving , complex environment.

Compliance and Risk Management:
Ensure compliance with financial regulations and internal policies.
Identify and mitigate financial risks associated with the programme.

Vendor Management:
Collaborate with procurement and vendor management teams to ensure cost-effective execution by the subcontractors.
Monitor vendor invoices and payments.

Financial Analysis:
Conduct financial analysis to support decision-making processes.
Evaluate the financial impact of different delivery strategies and scenarios.

Resource Al

location:

Work closely with the programme governance team to allocate financial resources efficiently.
Optimize resource allocation to meet programme goals.

Audit and Control:
Coordinate with internal and external auditors to facilitate audits.
Implement and maintain internal controls related to financial processes

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