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

2 exact matches

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Head of Commercial Finance

Basic job
Recruiter
Cedar
Salary
From £110,000 to £110,000 per year + blue chip benefits
Location
Central London
Qualifications
ACA / ACCA / CIMA
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

This diverse multinational giant has experience consistent growth and success over the past 5 years, across a number of product and geographical markets. It is now seeking a charismatic Head of Commercial Finance. Leading a highly competent and commercially orientated finance team, you will partner product and sales directors, drive the pricing strategy, support deal negotiations, create the short-mid term strategic plan, lead business unit performance reviews, provide strategic and financial direction to the exec, own budgeting, forecasting and planning. For this broad leadership role you will need to be a qualified accountant with in-depth experience of leading finance teams and driving business improvement/growth within a mid-large sized, complex environment. Essentially, you will have a demonstrable background of rapid career progression and constant success. You will be a top tier individual who is now seeking an exciting environment that can match your own lofty career expectations.

Contact
Graham Thornton
Posted
Reference
1407-25

Applied

Your application for ‘Head of Commercial Finance’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Financial Controller

Basic job
Recruiter
Goodman Masson
Salary
From £80,000 to £95,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

A rapidly growing American technology business is looking for an EMEA Financial Controller to head up the region based from London. The Financial Controller will be a part of a growth plan in EMEA and will be heavily involved day to day with the Sales directors and other senior stake holders. You will hold the most senior finance position in EMEA and therefore hold all of the key business partnering relationships so this is a position of real responsibility.

This is a newly created role. Currently, EMEA finance is outsourced to service partners across the different regions so your first task will be to assess the capabilities of these, seek to improve the quality of information where you can and then look to bring any necessary resource in house. Therefore you will have a chance to grow a team and build a finance function in your mould.

The financial controller must have a track record in the Technology industry and ideally hold knowledge of US Accounting standards (US GAAP). This business is a hardware manufacturer and also a software service provider so experience in one or both of these industries specifically would be of huge benefit. A strong understanding of revenue recognition matters is also essential in working effectively with the Sales team.

The financial controller will have full ownership of the EMEA financials including financial reporting, management reporting, financial analysis, budgeting, forecasting, Tax and VAT. The ideal candidate will have the commercial acumen to drive the relationship with the Sales team but also recognise the importance of being hands on day to day in the detail. You must be able to roll your sleeves up and get into the 'nitty gritty' of the financials as well as partner with a range of senior stake holders on commercial and operational matters.

This is an amazing and unique opportunity to help drive the EMEA region in an already established but growing organisation. The opportunities for personal and professional development are clear to see in a role of this nature. You must be an ACA qualified accountant (ICAEW, ICAS, CPA, CA, NZICA, ICAA) and hold experience in a large practice firm. Post-qualified, you must have experience in the technology industry at Controller level.

Contact
Goodman Masson
Posted
Reference
DT56454634

Applied

Your application for ‘Financial Controller’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Loading

Further results

We've found more jobs matching your criteria

10 related matches

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Client Sales and Relationship Director - Nordics

Basic job
Recruiter
Argyll Scott
Salary
From £70,000 to £80,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

My client is a leading global asset manager with a presence and strong growth plans already . They are looking to expand across the Nordic region and can provide excellent prospects and opportunity for the right person. Proven sales experience across Institutional clients within an asset manager is essential coupled with a good understanding of alternative investments.

You will be involved in identifying and developing new client opportunities as well as driving the business development strategy across a targeted client group. Product strategy and development will also feature in your role.

Additional capabilities:
• Strong market knowledge of the intermediary landscape across the Nordics
• Client-relationship focused and ‘partnering’ mentality
• Strong public speaking and presentation skills
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent negotiation skills
• Ability to influence the decisions of others

The chosen candidate will be broadly supported by a client and marketing team in the London office where this role is based.

For this exciting opportunity is to substantially grow and diversify an already existing client base in the Nordic region please contact Lucy at Argyll Scott

Contact
Lucy Warwick
Posted
Reference
23996

Applied

Your application for ‘Client Sales and Relationship Director - Nordics’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Client Sales and Relationship Director - Nordics

Basic job
Recruiter
Argyll Scott
Salary
From £70,000 to £80,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

My client is a leading global asset manager with a presence and strong growth plans already . They are looking to expand across the Nordic region and can provide excellent prospects and opportunity for the right person. Proven sales experience across institutional, intermediaries and retail clients within an asset manager is essential coupled with a good understanding of alternative investments.

You will be involved in identifying and developing new client opportunities as well as driving the business development strategy across a targeted client group. Product strategy and development will also feature in your role.

Additional capabilities:
• Client-relationship focused and ‘partnering’ mentality
• Strong public speaking and presentation skills
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent negotiation skills
• Ability to influence the decisions of others

The chosen candidate will be broadly supported by a client and marketing team in the London office where this role is based.

For this exciting opportunity is to substantially grow and diversify an already existing client base in the Nordic region please contact Lucy at Argyll Scott

Contact
Lucy Warwick
Posted
Reference
23996

Applied

Your application for ‘Client Sales and Relationship Director - Nordics’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Financial Director

Basic job
Recruiter
Michael Page Finance
Salary
From £55,000 to £60,000 per year
Location
West London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Based in West London, Financial Director
- A leader having the confidence and ability to take responsibility of the finance department, give it clear direction and achieve excellent results
- Partner closely with the MD to understand and drive all areas of business
- Help create strategy for significant growth
- Lead the drive to improve systems, processes and create best department in company
- Motivate and develop finance team of 4 based in West London office
- Create financial models to understand impact of different strategies
- Excellent communication skills with confidence to influence business leaders are essential for the Finance Director

To be considered for the Financial Director role you must be able to demonstrate the following:
- ACCA / ACA / CIMA qualified with strong post qualification experience. Ability to efficiently manage finances of company that will reach £50m t/o in 3 years
- Attention to detail, excellent analytical and technical accounting skills
- Excellent cash flow management
- The Financial Director must understand the business and therefore what key financial information is required to make informative decisions.
The company specialises in the design, manufacture and sale of luxury, high quality furniture in a variety of styles and finishes.They sell to Retail and Trade clients working on luxurious projects throughout the country and the world. Founded in 2002 and based in West London,they are already one of the leading companies in there market achieving average 50% sale growth year on year.
£55,000 - £60,000 plus benefits

Your application will be reviewed by Michael Page. Please be aware we receive a high volume of applications for every role advertised & regularly receive applications from candidates who exceed the job credentials. We will only contact you within the next 14 days if you are selected for interview.

Where specific UK qualifications are required we will take into account overseas equivalents.

Michael Page is a world leading recruitment consultancy.

Contact
Daniel Prewitt
Posted
Reference
MPGW13380840

Applied

Your application for ‘Financial Director’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Associate Director

Basic job
Recruiter
Choralis Consulting Ltd
Salary
From £90,000 to £100,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Choralis Consulting have instructions to recruit an Associate Director

The Company:- is one of the world's' Top 10' largest professional services network of independent accounting and consulting firms which provide assurance, tax and advisory services. The global organisation operate in over 125 countries and combined global revenues in 2013 was US$4.5billion. There are over 2,500 member firm partners and total member firm personnel of over 38,500.

The Role:- will be responsible for the day to day leadership of projects with minimal oversight from a Director/Partner and will interface directly with client management, Stakeholders, other advisors. You will ensure alignment with other service lines such as TAS, Lead Advisory, wider business consulting, Operational deal services and Tax. Take the initiative and lead business development activities, internally and externally and will assist with the leadership of the FC team, including the development of service propositions and team development.

The role requires prior consulting experience (at least 3-4 years), ideally across both change, BAU and M&A scenarios from having led a mixture of projects across finance effectiveness, finance transformation and business intelligence as well as a developing business development capability. Based in London, but requires flexibility to travel throughout the UK, with the potential to travel overseas, depending on client requirements. BAU and M&A scenarios from having led a mixture of projects across finance effectiveness, finance transformation and business intelligence as well as a developing business development capability and a self-starter approach. The role will be based in London, but requires flexibility to travel throughout the UK, with the potential to travel overseas, depending on client requirements.

The Candidate:- a graduate and hold a finance qualification ACA/ACCA/CIMA (for over 5 years) and would benefit from having spent time in financial, commercial or operational line roles as well as in professional services. Good working knowledge of finance and erp systems would be advantageous Experience of managing project teams and developing and mentoring staff, a strong track record in business development / sales in the financial consulting market with excellent analytical skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Word/ excel/ powerpoint at intermediate level or above

Contact
Nick Wilson
Posted
Reference
NW/RJ37

Applied

Your application for ‘Associate Director’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Associate Director

Basic job
Recruiter
Choralis Consulting Ltd
Salary
From £90,000 to £100,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Choralis Consulting have instructions to recruit an Associate Director

The Company:- is one of the world's' Top 10' largest professional services network of independent accounting and consulting firms which provide assurance, tax and advisory services. The global organisation operate in over 125 countries and combined global revenues in 2013 was US$4.5billion. There are over 2,500 member firm partners and total member firm personnel of over 38,500.

The Role:- will be responsible for the day to day leadership of projects with minimal oversight from a Director/Partner and will interface directly with client management, Stakeholders, other advisors. You will ensure alignment with other service lines such as TAS, Lead Advisory, wider business consulting, Operational deal services and Tax. Take the initiative and lead business development activities, internally and externally and will assist with the leadership of the FC team, including the development of service propositions and team development.

The role requires prior consulting experience (at least 3-4 years), ideally across both change, BAU and M&A scenarios from having led a mixture of projects across finance effectiveness, finance transformation and business intelligence as well as a developing business development capability. Based in London, but requires flexibility to travel throughout the UK, with the potential to travel overseas, depending on client requirements. BAU and M&A scenarios from having led a mixture of projects across finance effectiveness, finance transformation and business intelligence as well as a developing business development capability and a self-starter approach. The role will be based in London, but requires flexibility to travel throughout the UK, with the potential to travel overseas, depending on client requirements.

The Candidate:- a graduate and hold a finance qualification ACA/ACCA/CIMA (for over 5 years) and would benefit from having spent time in financial, commercial or operational line roles as well as in professional services. Good working knowledge of finance and erp systems would be advantageous Experience of managing project teams and developing and mentoring staff, a strong track record in business development / sales in the financial consulting market with excellent analytical skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Word/ excel/ powerpoint at intermediate level or above

Contact
Nick Wilson
Posted
Reference
NW/RJ37

Applied

Your application for ‘Associate Director’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Director - Accounts Receivable

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

Position Summary:
Lead and motivate a team of 16 (2-3 direct reports in London) located in London and Moscow responsible for contracts, invoicing, collections and compliance for Discovery Networks Europe’s distribution business.
Responsibilities:

Learn the business of distribution sales and Discovery’s reporting and accounting processes.
Continuously strengthen the control environment to mitigate risk in the reporting of revenue results. Manage day-day team activity in full compliance with SOX controls. Maintain an orderly accounting filing system for control documentation. Work with auditors to coordinate the provision of full and timely information.
Act as the revenue lead, working in step with the functional leads and local revenue accounting colleagues, in the planning and integration activities of acquired businesses. Effectively participate on large and multi-disciplined project teams.
Act as the revenue lead, working in step with the functional leads and local revenue accounting colleagues, in the planning and outsourcing activities of acquired businesses. Partner with local revenue accounting colleagues in establishing and documenting US GAAP compliance accounting policies and processes, and key performance metrics and controls. Implement and effectively manage post implementation.

Continuously manage the order-to-cash process to positively impact working capital. Effectively prioritize the issuance of invoices and manage collections to ensure cash is collected in accordance with contractual terms and cash is applied accurately and timely. Monitor and report against key performance metrics and take corrective action in a timely and decisive manner.

Develop expert knowledge of AFS and the order-to-cash distribution process. Continuously assess business requirements against system capabilities. Play a key role in defining and formally documenting business requirements for system enhancements, designing and implementing continuous process improvements, leading and performing user testing for system enhancements.
Work closely with distribution colleagues in the US, Latin and Asia regions to define requirements for a new distribution system. Understand and effectively communicate requirements in Europe with IT system analysts and developers to deliver an optimal system solution.
Develop expert working knowledge of SAP and revenue feeder systems pertaining to invoicing and revenue transactions (including customer master, invoice generation programs, aged A/R, cash applications, VAT and withholding tax, and sub-ledger interfaces), FX, consolidation, and reporting. Work with Manager to design and implement enhanced customer master controls.

Understand key stakeholder needs and effectively manage work interdependencies across departments. Work effectively with senior leaders in Sales, Legal and Finance.
Partner with FP&A to explain significant accounting adjustments, upcoming issues, and month-end close variances. Understand budget and forecast key drivers and proactively report significant issues to Manager.
Partner effectively with the DNE Sales teams. Provide financial analysis and data as needed for contract negotiations.

Requirements:
Fluent English language skills. Fluency in a second language a plus.
High integrity individual. Team player. Detail and results-oriented.
Motivated by challenging, dynamic and demanding environment. Demonstrated self-starter. Flexible and able to manage multiple and constantly changing priorities.

Critical thinker and strong problem solver with excellent written and verbal communication skills; ability to frame complex issues, articulate findings and present optimal solutions.
Ability to effectively lead a multi-cultural team and optimize resources. Must have excellent process skills.
Must understand and apply US GAAP revenue accounting principles.
Media experience a strong plus.
BA required, in accounting a plus. MBA and/or CPA a plus.
Superior Excel skills. Experience with SAP and billing software a plus.
Travel internationally, mainly within Europe. 20%

Options :
Before applying for a position with Discovery Communications please read our privacy policy as you will need to agree to the policy before submitting your information.

Contact
Recruitment
Posted
Reference
Director - Accounts Receivable

Applied

Your application for ‘Director - Accounts Receivable’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Director - Accounting Policies & Advisory

Basic job
Recruiter
Robert Walters
Salary
From £80,000 to £90,000 per year
Location
The City
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

My client, a leading US commercial property company, are looking for a Director of Accounting Policy & Advisory to join the European head office in Central London.

This role will liaise with the US, Europe and London, on all technical advisory issues, the majority relating to acquisitions and investments. It's a very exciting time to take on such a position, as there are substantial plans for expansion both in London and globally.

Strong technical IFRS knowledge is vital. The other key requirement will be the interpersonal skills to work closely with a diverse group of characters who operate in various geographical locations.

The person will need to impress early on, and be able to adapt style depending on who they are working with. A key point is the ability to challenge what is currently being done in a constructive and supportive manner - and to have the gravitas to impact and challenge all levels within the business.

Key responsibilities include:

* Responsible for technical accounting support and guidance, for private equity fund and global real estate transactions including acquisition, disposition, partial sales, re-structure, re-financing, loan modification, like-kind exchange and other major transaction related matters.
* Partnering with property and fund team to address specific accounting and financial reporting matters and to prepare exhaustive transaction accounting memos (including, but not restricted to, review of transaction closing documents and journal entries).
* Able to provide timely advice on technical accounting and financial reporting matters to accounting teams and all business functions.
* Able to research emerging accounting issues related to the Group’s global financial reports as required under IFRS, US GAAP and various local statutory GAAPs.
* Assist in establishing accounting policies for the Group and provide training to accounting teams related to existing accounting policies, new accounting policies and other technical updates.
* Coordinate various departments, i.e. fund accounting, property accounting, tax compliance, portfolio management, legal compliance and asset management, etc. each quarter for routine and non-routine transaction updates.
* Support and challenge the accounting team to analyse, understand and explain the Group’s positions on complicated and/or technical accounting topics, and work with the auditors during interim and year end audit.
* Partner with the regional property accounting directors and fund accounting directors to support accounting development, reporting efficiencies, and consistency of approach.
* Responsible for the review of UK corporate group consolidation, preparation of the UK corporate group financial statements, and FCA reporting.

The ideal candidate will be:

* ACA qualified (or overseas equivalent), with substantial post-qualification experience
* Detailed technical IFRS, US Gaap and various local Gaap knowledge
* Strong technical, analytical and advisory skills
* Real estate experience desirable

Apply below or to find out more about the Director - Accounting Policies & Advisory job contact Isabel Evans on [contact details removed] or call + [contact details removed] quoting the reference 2038990.

Contact
Isabel Evans
Posted
Reference
2038990-5-BB

Applied

Your application for ‘Director - Accounting Policies & Advisory’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Ford Regional Director

Standard job
Recruiter
JOBG8
Salary
Competitive
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Ford Regional Director

£70,000 basic salary, £100,000 OTE depending on skills and experience and Company Car

What we're looking for

Vertu are highly motivated to achieve the collective goal of being the very best motor retailer in the UK and we are well on our way to achieving this objective. We have scaled our business progressively to become the 6th largest motor retailer in the UK since flotation in December 2006, we now have 106 franchised outlets, including 21 Ford dealerships. We are major player in the UK automotive retail sector and a key partner with Ford. The Group have a reputation for delivering high levels of financial performance and is the most progressive motor retailer in the UK.

We are a stimulating, vibrant and focussed organisation and have experienced consistent growth and success every year since flotation. No politics, open communication, reward based on merit and recognition are key cornerstones of how we operate

Our investment in the continuous training, development colleagues sets us apart from our competitors and is a key priority in helping us achieve our vision. We invest more per head in this area than any other motor retailer as we firmly believe that it's the people in our business that make us successful. We also fully endorse and support our manufacturer s' aftersales training programmes and are committed to ensuring that all colleagues receive high quality training. We employ our own in-house sales and aftersales trainers and are also in partnership with Dale Carnegie¨ Training for our leadership development programmes.



Due to the success and growth of our Ford division we created a new position of Ford Regional Director for either the North (Stafford to Dunfermline), or the South (Birmingham to Bromley), which is covers approx.10-11 dealerships per region. This is a key senior role reporting directly to the board and overseeing dealerships with a total turnover of £197m in the North and £260m in the South. The North region retails over 6,000 new and 8,000 used vehicles while the South region retails over 7,000 new and 11,000 used vehicles. Aftersales turnover for the North is of £19.2m and £28.6m in the South. There are 410 colleagues in the North and 612 in the South.



Both divisions are a substantial part of our group. You will be responsible for the growth and development of all aspects of the dealerships within the division and will be challenged to exceed targets, achieve high customer satisfaction levels and deliver a good profit performance. One of the core responsibilities will be to lead, coach and develop a team of General Managers to achieve the strategic objectives of the region and exceed planned profitability.



Our Directors are expected to be the best in the industry and as a successful and growing business. We are looking for either an experienced Regional Director or an experienced, talented General Manager who is looking for their next career move. Experience in the Ford network operating at a senior level is absolutely essential. You must have an enviable and proven track record of performance and will be able to prove your ability to deliver results through the effective management of people. Therefore you must have outstanding leadership and people management skills as your primary focus it to lead your senior management team to deliver their business objectives. You will be able to demonstrate that you share our company values and possess strong leadership, communication and organisational skills.



We are looking for individuals who possess the following competencies:

• Leading and Supervising

• Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations

• Formulating Strategies and Concepts

• Persuading and Influencing

• Presenting and Communicating Information

• A Proven Track Record of Performance

• A full, valid UK Driving License

Role & Responsibilities

The key responsibilities of this role are as follows:



• Customer Relationship: To take responsibility to achieve and maintain the highest possible CSI results.



• Revenue Generation & Profit Performance: To maximise Divisional revenues and profit margins in excess of the business plans

and to actively seek and deliver new business opportunities.



• Policies and Processes: To be a champion of Group policy and process and ensure they are explained, understood and

implemented by all colleagues. To specifically ensure all Health and Safety legislation & policies are adhered to.



• Marketing Strategy: To develop and actively manage the regional sales and aftersales marketing strategy with the Operational

Director in line with Group policies and initiatives.



• Finance & Cost Control: To work closely with your Regional / Divisional Accountant to understand, monitor, control and reduce

costs and to actively explore cost saving initiatives in line with the Group's War on Waste strategy.



• Recruitment: To ensure the selective and effective recruitment of colleagues and ensure there effective induction.



• Motivating the Team: To set the vision and objectives and keep the team updated with progress toward them. To lead the

strategy and incentivise colleagues to achieve their objectives and recognise/reward then when they do so.



• Performance Management: To ensure your management team actively set individual targets, continuously monitor colleague's

performance and provide first class coaching, support and training to support this.



• Manufacturer Relationship & Standards: To professionally and effectively manage the franchise relationship with the

manufacturer and exceed all related standards. To ensure all manufactures targets (CSI & registration targets etc.) are actively

negotiated, managed and communicated to the team.



• Company Presentation: To ensure excellence in the both the way the region and all colleagues are presented and exceed both

Company and Manufactures standards.

What You Can Expect

If you are successful you can look forward to on-going training opportunities, career progression and a range of benefits you would expect from an employer of choice, including a competitive salary and performance-related bonus, company car, private medical insurance, childcare voucher scheme, share incentive plan, Vertu rewards and pension scheme. If you are interested in joining the most progressive team in the industry please apply now.

Contact
Vertu Motors
Posted
Reference
5263

Applied

Your application for ‘Ford Regional Director’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Finance Director, Management Accounting, EMEA

Standard job
Recruiter
Kao (UK) Limited
Salary
Competitive
Location
London, Central London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Kao is a leading manufacturer of premium beauty care brands that are recognised around the world for their innovation and quality.

Our Beauty Care business is organised into three unique sectors - Mass, Salon and Molton Brown.
Our Mass Business Sector represents skin and hair care brands are recognised worldwide for their innovation and quality, including the iconic Bioré® facial care and John Frieda® hair care lines.
Our Salon Business Sector is committed to creating beautiful show-stopping hair that represents the bold individuality and unique styles of our stylists and their clients through our Goldwell® and KMS California® brands.

Molton Brown offers luxury beauty products made with exotic ingredients that are expertly blended for men and women and made in England.

The company was founded in 1973 and our body, skin, hair, men’s, home, fragrance, and travel products are available in Molton Brown stores and luxury department stores in more than 70 countries globally.

The purpose of the Director, Management Accounting, EMEA is to act as a key financial support to the VP A&F EMEA and EMEA President, this role will provide the regional financial management reporting and business planning services to support management decision making process to help achieve the EMEA A&F BBS targets.

The Director, Management Accounting, EMEA will be involved in:
• working in collaboration with the EMEA finance group as a member of the senior finance leadership team, developing regional finance strategies and the operation policies and procedures to ensure attainment of the objectives.
• proactive analysis of short, medium and long term profit results for EMEA
• assisting with formulating and ensuring the implementation of the long-term strategy, annual plans, and budgets to achieve the EMEA Region's objectives regarding return on investments, profitability.
• reporting and update latest ETR to VP A&F EMEA and the EMEA President and relevant Kao members and act as a Navigator of Management; liaise closely with conterparts in Retail and Salon business sectors to esnure alignment and coordination of reporting and plannig .
• ensuring compliance with Kao Corporation and EMEA region Kao group companies for JSOX, IFRS and Kao policy.
Responsibilities:
• Contribute to ''profitable growth'' from finance aspect
• Contribute to the future business strategy from mid and long term aspect analysing overall profit structure
• Responsible for the EMEA Region management accounting team, including the entities Kao Germany and Kao UK ensuring tight cost control, reporting and planning. Liaising with senior management as required
• Ensure clear communication of business results to internal business related parties
• Act as business partner to collaborate and solve issues with business partners
• Take the proactive lead on all EMEA Regional reporting processes. In addition lead the Regional planning processes: March ETR, 5 year plan, June ETR, Sept ETR and Budget
• Realise EMEA region group budget and actual closing efficiency and improvement of quality information(Rapidity, Accuracy)
• Help internal counterparts (like Supply Chain, Sales, Marketing, etc.) to analyse cost and profit aspects of their area of responsibility

Required professional knowledge and experience:
• 10 years' experience in analysing corporate finance, financial methods, tools and parameters as well as experience in financial for a global business
• 5 years' experience working in a global enterprise wide accounting function
• 8 years' strong knowledge of general practices of financial analysis, finance and accounting, tax and treasury
• Business acumen regarding Accounting & Finance within EMEA region both domestic and globally (must have 5 years good knowledge of processes and practices)
• Post graduate degree majoring in Finance/Business (desirable)
• Exceptional leadership and interpersonal skills

If you meet the criteria of the role, please apply through our company website by clicking ‘Apply’ below.

Contact
Kao (UK) Ltd
Posted
Reference
Finance Director, Management Accounting, EMEA

Applied

Your application for ‘Finance Director, Management Accounting, EMEA’ has been sent

Your application has been successfully sent. Thanks for applying!

Hide

Exclude any of the below options from the search results:

Business Development Director (Public Sector/GOV)

Standard job
Recruiter
JOBG8
Salary
From £60,000 to £75,000 per year
Location
London
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Business Development Director (Public Sector/GOV) Central London £60,000 - £75,000 +OTE Six figure salary + comprehensive benefits This is a fantastic opportunity for a Business Development Director with a track record in the public sector and government, seeking an opportunity to set the standards for business development and relationship management in a profitable company with clear visions and a high calibre of professionals. Our client is a leading digital service provider with a stable place in the top 10 digital agencies. As an ever expanding corporate business there are sufficient career progression opportunities both within and outside of department. You will play a crucial part in new digital business development in the public sector and government and take a key role in shaping future government digital strategy. The Role: -Establish, lead and close new public sector business -Responsible for major tenders and lead the team through each bid to ensure a first-class experience -Working for the Government Digital Director to drive digital government business -Take to market core solution areas such as CRM, digital, systems, analysis and insight -Act as a role model lead to the team, setting standards for business development and relationship management Skills and Experience: -Experienced strategic Business Development Director with a track record in public sector, preferably government -Specific capability in the sale of large-scale, multi-year digital solutions -A professional with management, coaching and motivating skills able to lead solution selling direct and virtual teams -Commercially savvy and profit focused with a solution sales approach and methodology -An understanding of HM Government procurement, digital strategy and wider digital services If you envisage your next career move as key part in setting standards for business development in a top 10 digital agency and working alongside a high calibre of professionals then please send your application People Source Consulting Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Contact
Volaris Exec
Posted
Reference
JS-BDDPS1215

Applied

Your application for ‘Business Development Director (Public Sector/GOV)’ 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