Job Title: Finance Manager (Part of Financial Controls Team)
Salary: £43k Basic plus Bonus, Pension, Benefits
Location: Home based. Candidates will be considered form a multiple of locations but would need to potentially travel to North Yorlshire once per week.
Hours of Work: 35 Hours Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm
We’re looking for an experienced accountant to join our Financial Control Team as our new Finance Manager. In this pivotal role, you’ll lead our Mortgage and Savings corporate planning consolidation process to ensure all accounting entries fit together and make sure the control framework process is accurately followed.
With an eye for detail, you’ll also deliver informative MI to our Executive Committee and Board members in order to support strategic decision making.
We’ve adapted really well to home working during the current pandemic, and we certainly want to offer flexibility with this going forward. We’re happy to discuss flexible working options with you to strike the right balance.
You’ll work closely with our Mortgage and Savings division to govern and co-ordinate the financials of the Corporate Plan. With monthly monitoring you’ll explain movements and variances along with analysing the net interest margin, making sure senior stakeholders understand the messages you provide.
With a strategic lens, you will review and challenge the Corporate Plan and any reforecasts to ensure any assumptions fit in with our overall strategy.
You will also lead the analyst which we have in the team, so you’ll have regular coaching conversations and performance reviews whilst also supporting their personal development.
Pension contribution & bonus scheme
You’ll be a qualified accountant ideally with experience in financial services meaning you can strike the balance of working with analysis/data in a regulated environment whilst engaging with and influencing senior stakeholders.
The key competencies for this role are:
Home based but we will consider candidates from most areas of the country with an ideal location on West or North Yorkshire but will include: Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, Liverpool, London, Bristol, Leicester, Newcastle, Wakefield, York, Harrogate, Preston.