Senior Financial Analyst
Excellent opportunity to join a Global Technology company as a Senior Finance Analyst.
The newly created role, Senior Financial Analyst will play a key role in the Finance team in Dublin and will be responsible for providing financial oversight, analysis and performance reporting to the business.
This role will report into the local Finance Director and will be responsible for producing large global budgets and forecasts. As the successful applicant you will partner with the senior management team to drive delivery of operational goals.
- Preparation of annual budgets and monthly forecasting
- Monthly, quarterly and yearly variance analysis of the performance of the business looking at actuals vs budgeted
- Presention of financial forecasts to the executive board to enhance company performance
- Simplifying and improving finance processes to enable better decision making throughout the business.
- Building strong relationships with different areas of the business to understand their needs and requirements and acting as a Business Partner providing financial support and analytical insights to enhance company performance
- Supporting and maintaining a robust internal control environment, ensuring that all finance related policies and procedures are implemented across the wider business
- Development of management reporting systems to improve existing procedures and enhance the flow of management information
- Qualified Accountant (CIMA, ACCA, ACA) with 3-5 years PQE
- Experience in a similar finance analyst role and the ability to demonstrate strong financial leadership.
- Experience working within a Multinational Environment is a distinct advantage
- Experience in developing financial & analytical models
- High level attention to detail and excellent communication & relationship building skills are essential
- Demonstrate experience in reporting to tight deadlines
- Motivated self-starter who drives to achieve results
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.