The Finance Analyst role acts as the first point of contact for investment and finance related matters across all of the strategic land schemes, for both private sale and affordable housing property development.
The organisation is one the largest housing associations in the UK and currently has the biggest property development pipeline in the social housing sector. The organisation is seeking to expand and is in the process of hiring multiple heads into its growing development finance team.
The Finance Analyst is responsible for the development schemes across London and the South East. Some of the key duties of the role include:
- Leading on providing timely and accurate management reporting information for your scheme portfolio.
- Acting as the principal finance representative at monthly scheme progress meetings and influence scheme outcomes.
- Assessing the financial and commercial risks of investment proposals, applying sensitivity and scenario analysis, and identifying mitigating actions for risk management.
- Pro-actively supporting the regional Head of Development Finance & Analysis in reviewing commercial investment appraisals for proposed acquisitions, conducting financial due diligence, advising the Development team on deal structures, and drafting investment papers.
This is a introductory role into an Financial Planning & Analysis position. The organisation is looking for a recently qualified accountant to come in and learn over the next few years different aspects of the financial planning & analysis process.
However, it is important to have excellent communication skills and you should be confident dealing with multiple stakeholders, presenting financial information and influencing decisions.
Key skills and experience:
- The successful candidate will ideally be a qualified Accountant or equivalent.
- You'll have strong analytical skills, attention to detail, and excellent knowledge of MS Excel.
- Strong track record of delivering timely and accurate management reporting.
- A good understanding of technical and commercial risks associated to property development.
£45,000 and 28 day annual leave.