Interim FP&A Analyst/Modeller (6 months plus)

Salary: Excellent day rate

Location: London (Flexible Working)

Type: Full-Time

Reference: JOW217

Our client is a leading, Private Equity Backed, multi-site business which is growing at an exponential rate. As part of the continuing scale there is a requirement for an FP&A Analyst/Modeller. Reporting to the Director of FP&A you will be pivotal in driving and improving the analysis capability - building a range of models to support management and decision making. You must be available at short notice.

Responsibilities include:

  • The role focuses on delivering a range of models, forecasts and analysis to varied stakeholders
  • Taking ownership and responsibility over key areas and inputs to the model
  • Collating information from across the business to prepare analysis and reporting for lenders and investors
  • Ad-hoc financial and operational analysis
  • Assisting in the regulatory financial forecasting of the business

Key requirements for the role:

  • You will be a qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA)
  • Strong excel and modelling skills
  • Strong reporting skills and an analytical mindset
  • Collaborative / Team player with excellent communication skills

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