Job Type: Permanent
Job ID: 166892
NRG is working with an outstanding business who is an industry leader. We are supporting them on the recruitment of a Financial Controller to join their site in Skegness. The aim of this role is to provide a high level of financial support to senior management across the business, as well as managing business risk with the ultimate aim to increasing profitability to our client.
You will oversee all budgeting and financial functions carried out by the Administration Manager and other departments of the business.
Managing the treasury functions which include cash collection, reconciliations and cash returns.
Produce and manage weekly budgets and wage forecasting to budget holders to control budget spend.
Forecasting for payroll and overheads on a quarterly basis.
Assisting managers throughout the business and Heads of Departments in controlling payroll.
Supporting the relevant managers with controlling cost and reviewing transactional listings
Supporting management with controlling debt management to required targets
Preparation of weekly financial reports, which you will communicate to heads of departments, making sure that key points are actioned.
Managing purchase ledger department in whole
Delivering, implementing and monitoring robust procedures and processes
Develop and review a self-check audit system to all procedures are followed to a uniform company standard
Overseeing the management of the business till system, including reporting.
Overseeing the payroll department to ensure a smooth and compliant on-boarding process.
Conducting monthly financial reviews, including variance analysis, KPI reporting and on-going actions.
Producing group financial reporting for other parts of the business ensuring any trading issues are reported and targets are monitored.
Capital investment appraisal
Setting and monitoring department objectives
Ad hoc financial analysis and reporting
Acting as a liaison between regional directors and staff at various sites.
You will be a fully qualified accountant holding an ACCA, CIMA or ACA qualification.
Ideally you will have a background in the Hospitality and Leisure sector.
Must have previous exposure to budgets / financial forecasting
Team management experience is essential
Extensive experience working with operational and other non-financial managers, across various departments, to ensure the smooth and coherent running of the business as a whole
Excellent Microsoft Excel skills
About the Role
You will be working with an excellent growing company that boasts an outstanding reputation in their industry.
Pension and Healthcare scheme.
40 hours over 7 days (you will not be required to work every weekend)