Finance Transformation Manager - £75k - 12-month FTC - Professional Services
Our consultancy client are kicking off a major internal transformation programme and now require a Finance Transformation Manager to lead this piece. The purpose of this role is to review internal Finance processes before establishing and supporting the wider business transformation from start to finish whilst driving financial process excellence across the business.
- Review of the end-to-end finance, controls, and systems across the global business.
- Identify weaknesses and the opportunities to improve efficiencies across the global business.
- Lead the thorough discovery process before presenting findings and your proposal to FD & Partners.
- Design, map and plan the Finance transformation project to include: training, systems, technical delivery, cost, resource, milestones.
- Manage the implementation of the proposed Finance solution suite, whilst delivering business benefits and delivering on planned work streams.
- Arrange workshops to have training delivered effectively.
- Responsible for Finance test programmes.
- Manage the Finance change impact across the business.
- Propose Finance resource requirements.
- Project manage the Finance transformation.
So, what are we looking for?
- Fully qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) with a minimum of 3 years post qualified experience.
- A finance subject matter expert.
- Systems expert
- Familiar with MS Office and proficient in Excel.
- Knowledge of several accounting package
- Documentation skills
- Requirements Analysis.
- Transformation Delivery Methodology (Agile/Waterfall/Package Implementation).
- Exceptional project management experience.
- Experience of working in a professional services environment is preferable.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Confident and mature stakeholder management skills.
- Exceptional communication skills (written and verbal) with the ability to communicate at all levels.
- Experience of leading significant change and transformation programmes in finance and non-finance.