Accountancy & Finance JobsFP & A Manager – Galway

  • GJ51376
  • Permanent
  • Clare, Galway City

Collins McNicholas

FP&A Manager  / Senior Analyst Process Manager – Galway

Reporting to the FP&A Lead – this is a global role.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and coordinate annual budget and quarterly forecasting processes along with month end reporting.
  • Deliver clear financial analysis and commentary for month end reporting and Budget/ Forecast process.
  • Consolidation and transfer of data to financial systems used in the reporting and forecasting process.
  • Working with sites across the globe to ensure implementation/adherence to accounting policies.
  • Represents the business unit interests in Segment/Corporate forums and initiatives related to data management/reporting and financial systems processes.
  • Build centralised reports to suit users’ requirements and publish them.
  • Drive continuous improvements and manage the associated changes by leveraging best practices, standardization of processes and automation.
  • Be a strong and trusted business partner (within and outside the BU) and develop strong relationships with business leaders.
  • Assist with ad hoc strategic and operational projects as required.

Requirements:

  • Qualified Accountant, ACA, ACCA or CIMA (preferably Big 4 trained).
  • 5+ years’ post qualified experience in a corporate multinational manufacturing environment.
  • Extensive and exceptional Excel skills with demonstrated data analytics.

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Noeleen Stewart.

noeleen.stewart@collinsmcnicholas.ie

091706712

 

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