Our site uses modern web tools not supported by your browser. For the best experience on our site,
please upgrade to the latest version of your preferred browser using the settings menu.

Our site requires Javascript. Please check that you have Javascript
enabled in your browser settings and are using a browser which supports it.

Close

22 results

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Financial Controller

Basic job
Recruiter
Alexander Charles
Salary
From £100,000 to £100,000 per year
Location
London
Qualifications
ACA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Oxbridge top four trained ACA Financial Controller -London - £100,000 basic plus bonus, plus carry

My client is a leading Private equity House based in central London, with an exciting portfolio of clients.

If you have an Oxbridge education, are top four trained ACA and are seeking something a " little special" in the Private equity world then we would like to hear from you.

Our client offers an exceptional opportunity for someone who seeks to utilise their education and professional qualifications in a dynamic and inspiring market place.

Contact
Alexander Charles
Posted
Reference
6038

Applied

Your application for ‘Financial Controller’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Director of Finance and Operations

Standard job
Recruiter
Girl's Day School Trust
Salary
From £60,000 to £60,000 per year + Benefits
Location
London, North West London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Director of Finance and Operations
Northwood College GDST
to c£60,000 + benefits

Northwood College was founded in 1878, in an age of pioneers in girls’ education, and continues to provide a quality, broad education for girls aged 3 to 18 years. The school sits within a single 9 acre site and its fine grounds are zoned so that the four age groups can each enjoy their own dedicated space, in addition to the shared areas.

The school is at an exciting time of evolution, as it is merging with another local independent girls’ school in September 2014 to form North West London’s leading new school for girls. The school will be part of the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), a charitable trust and the UK’s leading group of independent girls’ schools. The GDST has over 4,000 staff and 20,000 students in 26 schools.

The combined schools will be located on the current site of Northwood College and the GDST has far-reaching plans to ensure the school provides the best environment for girls’ education.
The school now seeks a Director of Finance and Operations to support the Head. This is a new role with responsibility for all financial, commercial and operational matters affecting the school:

The role:

• Take responsibility for the smooth day to day running of the school's operations. Ensure the efficient running of finance, ICT, and facilities services and manage all administration, facilities and caretaking staff; totalling some 14 individuals.
• Responsible for the school’s finances, preparation of budgets, forecasts and business plans.
• Lead interface with all stakeholders impacted by the merger and construction projects, the ongoing supervision of maintenance and day-to-day upkeep of all buildings, as well as grounds maintenance and building security.

The candidate:

• A natural leader, you will have experience of budget preparation and providing strategic support to a senior leadership team. Our ideal candidate will be equally comfortable working on strategic matters as well as rolling their sleeves up.
• You will be able to demonstrate strong operational experience including proven project management skills in a changing environment. A team player who believes in sharing best practice across the wider business.
• An energetic and adaptable individual who has previously run a multi-functional team. You should also be experienced in providing real value-add and business partnering.

To apply, please click on the ‘apply’ button below.

GDST is committed to the safeguarding of children and child protection screening will apply to this post.

Closing date for applications: Tuesday 22nd April.

Contact
Northwood College
Posted
Reference
47573

Applied

Your application for ‘Director of Finance and Operations’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Head of Private Client

Basic job
Recruiter
Hewetson Shah LLP
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Mid-sized firm with established and directory rated private client practice seeks to appoint partner and possibly team to head up their private client practice in London. The department acts on behalf of ultra high net worth individuals, charities, education institutions and landed estates as well as a range of corporate clients across numerous industry sectors. Matters handled include strategic estate planning, trust and tax planning, pension trusts and charities law. Suitable candidates likely to be partners based in Central London with relevant experience and a network of clients. The firm is increasingly acting on behalf of international clients from jurisdictions including the US, Middle East, Malaysia and China. Excellent opportunity to take a leading role in the further development of their rated practice with head of department status available for the right candidate.

Contact
Anil Shah
Posted
Reference
2054/AS

Applied

Your application for ‘Head of Private Client’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Director of Data & Analytics (BI) Practice

Standard job
Recruiter
JOBG8
Salary
From £65,000 to £65,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Director of Data & Analytics (BI) Practice
Location: Central London, South East or Bristol, Avon, South West
Salary: Circa £65,000pa with benefits
Jisc, a leading technology services provider to the Higher Education sector, requires a self-starting, Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Analytics leader with excellent technical knowledge to build a high performing scalable BI practice. You will be responsible for the creation of an outstanding, BI practice and the delivery of best in class BI & data consultancy and services to the Higher and Further Education industry. Jisc is seeking a passionate advocate for the advantages which skilful interpretation of data can deliver for contemporary organisations. As a sophisticated data and BI professional you will have strong experience of the fundamentals of BI delivery: data management, efficient reporting, dashboard creation, process automation etc. You will also have knowledge of relevant BI tools and technology, Business Objects, Cognos, OBIEE etc., but ideally also with exposure to Open source tools. Globally renowned and revered Jisc is a major driving force behind technology & digital innovation for UK Higher and Further Education. Under the leadership of a new Chief Executive, Jisc is radically transforming its services and beginning to offer a wide range of commercial products which represent the leading edge in best practice in academic or corporate disciplines. This role is to lead a newly created BI function which will provide guidance to the sector allowing institutions and academics to see and implement the improvements in performance quality which can be driven by the effective use of data. The Role
Create and lead a best in class BI offering and able to act as the showcase for industry best practice. The function will act as the shop window to highlight how contemporary BI practices can add organisational and academic value. The Data & Analytics (BI) Practice will offer products to enable organisations to effectively manage corporate activity and will also help academics understand the use of data science in providing the solid foundation for academic research. Work closely with client organisations ensuring the effective adoption and embedding of Jisc's BI/data methods and techniques. Facilitating information exchange whilst providing perspective and support on issues arising during adoption. Pro-actively represent Jisc in the global data and BI industry. You will build meaningful contacts and relationships with appropriate commercial data analytics and BI tool provider organisations. You will also work to put Jisc at the forefront of the Big Data agenda globally through your contribution to analytics thought leadership and credible representation of Jisc at key global forums. The Candidate
Will demonstrate a technically credible hands-on background in BI techniques and analytics provision. This is a start-up leadership role and your expertise in BI methods and data analytics will be critical at the sensitive early stages of the function's development. Your perspective on data and analytics should carry genuine industry weight. A proven leader, you will be able to demonstrate your ability to build capability in the BI/data space. You may not have held full formal line management of data professionals, nevertheless, you will have demonstrated success though leading people. Commercially perceptive, you will have experience demonstrating the value of BI. You will also have a firm enough grasp of the intellectual discipline to articulate and debate theories and content relevant to data analytics and data science. To hear more about this opportunity please apply in confidence, by clicking on the apply button below.

Contact
Berwick Partners - Jisc
Posted
Reference
JS46126

Applied

Your application for ‘Director of Data & Analytics (BI) Practice’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Charities Lawyer

Basic job
Recruiter
Chadwick Nott (Reading)
Salary
From £50,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
Surrey
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Our client is a first class Top 50 firm with offices in the City of London and also regional offices in Cheltenham and Guildford. Clients range from international, FTSE and AIM listed businesses, to private companies, governments, not-for-profit organisations and private individuals.

They are seeking a Charities Lawyer with at least 4+ PQE level to join the Corporate and Commercial team in the Guildford office (they boast the largest charity practice in the country). You will need to demonstrate good technical skills and be happy to work with minimal supervision. This role will play an active part in business development and you will need to be experienced in presenting at seminars and pitches.

Sectors they have particular experience in include education, religious, military, professional bodies, health and sport.

This is an excellent opportunity for the you to progress your legal career within a fast paced corporate client team. They will consider Full or Part time.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact Katherine Rignall for a confidential discussion on [contact details removed] or email [contact details removed]

Contact
Katherine Rignall
Posted
Reference
KRJ253013

Applied

Your application for ‘Charities Lawyer’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Head of Financial Performance & Analysis

Basic job
Recruiter
Morgan Law Partners LLP
Salary
From £70,000 to £70,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

St. George’s University London (SGUL) is the only remaining independent medical school in the country, providing medical and healthcare training for over 250 years. Its partnership and co-location with St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust Hospital has created a unique learning and research environment.

SGUL has recently been restructured to enable it to deliver a new and ambitious research strategy and to achieve further improvements in its teaching capability, with a separate Education Institute and three Research Institutes.

As a result of this restructure, the University has identified the need for a Head of Financial Performance & Analysis, who will ensure effective financial management, performance improvement and decision support. You will report to and deputise for the Finance & Commercial Director and will liaise closely with the academic Institute Directors and the Chief Operating Officer. The priorities are to:

• Evaluate and implement a major financial improvement programme to achieve SGUL’s financial strategy;
• Engage regularly with budget holders to educate and deliver reports and metrics to support them in their decision making;
• Develop a high performing Finance team and a customer-focused mindset;
• Assess viable investment cases for the university, which could include new course offerings, , capital projects and restructuring;
• Produce consistent and accurate financial reporting to all SGUL’s senior stakeholders and advise on financial implications and potential action plans;

• And, not least, contribute to a positive change culture, with a results-driven environment and strong team ethos;

You will be a fully qualified accountant, with strong interpersonal skills and good experience improving financial performance, reporting and budgeting. You will also demonstrate an ability to build relationships with academics and other senior stakeholders to improve accountability, financial clarity and confidence.
Whilst you will have a strong empathy with higher education, your background is likely to include the commercial sector. However, the most important element of your experience will be evidence of your determination to initiate and deliver a financial transformation at St George’s.
Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis until Wednesday, May 14th.

If you are interested in learning more about this post, please contact Amy Scogin, Business Manager at [contact details removed] or [contact details removed] .

Contact
Amy Scogin
Posted
Reference
AS-SGUL HOF

Applied

Your application for ‘Head of Financial Performance & Analysis’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Construction (Contentious bias) - 7 yrs + **National Firm**

Basic job
Recruiter
Chadwick Nott (London)
Salary
From £90,000 to £100,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

This major national firm is looking to recruit a senior associate to join its market leading construction and engineering team in London.

The team acts for a range of clients in both the private and public sector working across a range of industry sectors including health, education, infrastructure, leisure, waste management, rail, highways and renewable energy.

The work is of the highest quality and as such the opportunity is likely to suit a senior associate at a major City or national firm (where perhaps there is a glass ceiling to partnership) interested in joining a firm where construction sits at the top table.

The successful candidate will focus on handling a range of disputes across a wide range of contracts and as such will need extensive experience of JCT and NEC contracts and ideally experience of PFI/PPP projects at both Project Agreement and/or Construction/Services Contract level.

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity or other opportunities in the market then contact Iain Millard at [contact details removed] or call for a confidential discussion on [contact details removed] (office hours) or [contact details removed] (out of office hours).

Contact
Iain Millard
Posted
Reference
IMJ256595

Applied

Your application for ‘Construction (Contentious bias) - 7 yrs + **National Firm**’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

FP&A Manager - Content

Standard job
Recruiter
Discovery Corporate Services Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Director of International Content Finance and being responsible for financial analysis, reporting, forecasting and the budget for Program Content.

Responsibilities:
Core FP&A
FP&A responsibility for Content function, including reporting, budgeting, forecasting, and all financial analysis Support VP, Content (London) and other regional programming heads in financial and strategic analysis & reporting, including portfolio analysis, channel launches, brand performance, shared content utilization, etc.

Support Director, International Content Finance, LOB Finance Directors and DNI Corp in developing the Content component of business plans and financial / strategic analysis
Lead investment commitment, film cash & expense analysis and reporting working with regional programmers & finance.

Create and utilize tools to perform return on investment for programming
Develop and prepare Content-related financial “dashboard” reports for Senior Management , DNI Corp and DCI Corp, including distinct analysis and reporting of output deal and local content
Evaluate financial implications of editorial decisions
Assist Accounting in ensuring the accuracy of financial results for Content-related P&L line items.

Coordinate with DCI Corp and DNI Corp to meet reporting, budgeting and forecasting deadlines and requirements
Ad-hoc responsibilities as required

Requirements:
Very strong proven experience in financial planning, management accounting and/or related field
Ability to meet stringent deadlines and work under pressure
Strong organisational, communications and interpersonal skills required
Excellent attention to detail

Education

Finance, Accounting or Business management degree, with strong background in FP&A
Professional accountancy qualification preferred

Contact
Recruitment
Posted
Reference
FP&A Manager - Content

Applied

Your application for ‘FP&A Manager - Content’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Manager - Content Accounting

Standard job
Recruiter
Discovery Corporate Services Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Position Summary:

This is a permanent position, whose primary roles are the accounting and monthly management reporting for Programme Acquisitions, Content department operating costs, preparation of Programming annual budget and 3 year plan and variance analysis against budget together with management.

Responsibilities:
Month end
Review Balance Sheet reconciliations for programming assets and liabilities
Review the monthly management reporting pack for senior management for programming commitments
Responsible for development and maintenance of programming reporting distributed to Finance management

Budgets and Reforecasting
Assisting senior programming and FP&A staff to effectively construct their annual budgets and reforecasts during the year
Responsibly oversee the management of programming and content expense budgets through monthly meetings with departmental budget holders

Accounting & Analysis

Perform detailed analysis, review and provide commentary against plan/reforecast for amortization, for inclusion in the monthly management reporting packs to local and international management
Responsible for the Programme rights accounting process in SAP and for regular amortisation reforecasts
Monitoring the DCI buy-in offer process to ensure financial commitments are correctly recorded; reconciliation of global programmes capitalised against commitments made
Monitoring the regional commission/co-production financial tracking and ensuring any international buy-ins are correctly recharged
Quarterly review of potential programming write-offs

Controls and Procedures

Continuous improvement and development of processes, controls and reporting
Monitor and review control procedures over the purchases of programme rights

Staff Supervision

Management and development of Programming Accounting Staff

Other
Ad hoc assignments as required by management.
Requirements:
Essential
Good IT skills – Knowledge of Excel and SAP are essential.
Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
Team player with a keen eye for detail.
Proven staff supervision experience
Good communication and interpersonal skills particularly with non Finance personnel.

Education
Ideally CIMA qualified accountant – 2 years post qualified.
Particular focus on controls and month end accounting

Contact
Recruitment
Posted
Reference
Manager - Content Accounting

Applied

Your application for ‘Manager - Content Accounting’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

HR Generalist/Change Management EMEA

Standard job
Recruiter
JOBG8
Salary
From £350 to £400 per day
Location
London
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

My client a large global brand is looking for an experienced HR Generalist/Change Management EMEA. Experience of working within a travel organisation is a highly attractive. The Key Responsibilities include:
Serve as a business partner to leaders across France, providing high impact service and support by setting and implementing innovative strategies and initiatives across the market Work in concert with leaders to ensure alignment and integration with the global Human Capital Plan Drive and support business leaders in employee engagement activities across the market and the region Understand, monitor and communicate metrics in light of HR initiatives to assess impact Lead talent efforts to strengthen business capabilities through proactive management of critical talent; integrate industry insights to ensure talent priorities are in line with market practices and needs Participate in the development of recruitment strategy and deployment to increase quality of diverse talent Maintain active involvement in Employee Relations and Worker's Council to minimize organizational risk while serving as an employee advocate Act as a role model, with particular emphasis on personal accountability, business acumen and disciplined execution

Required Skills & Qualifications:
A number of years experience in a HR generalist capacity including extensive experience and understanding of the recruitment and selection, compensation, talent management, employee relations and employee communications processes. Travel Industry experience Proven track record of: Counseling and influencing successfully Building and maintaining credibility with senior business partners Understanding the business and its drivers Creating and executing a Human Capital plan and driving a HR agenda in support of business objectives Building relationships and leveraging strong collaboration skills across business partners and HR peers Operating within a Matrix organization

Education Requirement:
BA or equivalent required. Masters preferred Fluent in English, additional European language a plus

Contact
Experis Finance
Posted
Reference
JS-J298258A

Applied

Your application for ‘HR Generalist/Change Management EMEA’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Loading

Register

Please enter a personal, not work, email address.

What should I enter?

Password tips

To make your password strong:

  • 8 characters minimum, the longer the better
  • Use upper and lowercase letters, numbers and punctuation
  • Don't use easily guessable words like your name or email or the site name
  • Don't use a password you already use on another system
  • Change your password regularly

By clicking Register you agree to our Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy

Use another account What does this mean?

Log in

I've forgotten my password

No account? It's free to register

Use another account What does this mean?

Forgotten password

Enter your email address, and we'll send you a link to reset your password

If is in our records we will send a link to reset your password to that address.

Having problems?

Please check the spelling of the email address one more time.

If you don't receive the email, check your junk email folder.

If you're still having problems, contact us.

Sorry, there's been a problem sending your password reset request.

Please try again later.

Close

Continue application

This job application must be completed on the recruiter’s website.

Yes, continue applying No thanks