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The Finance Manager is responsible for the provision and interpretation of financial and management information to support and inform the Business Unit team in the day to day management of the business. They will undertake all aspects of financial management and control, including reporting and producing monthly performance packs in accordance with the alliances financial governance.
The Team Part of the senior leadership team for the business unit, providing front line financial support. Building strong relationships with the business unit team and the key stakeholders for the alliance.
Responsible for provision of financial performance information for the business unit. Month end pack, forecasting, performance metrics, Input into Risk and Opportunity schedule. Ensure the information provided is accurate and reflective of the performance of the business unit. Highlighting key information to the relevant stakeholders, to ensure informed decisions are made. Provide informative reporting to for financial Individuals.
Ensure that robust financial governance is in place. Lead @one self assurance governance and processes. Compliance to the financial controls, carry out audits and assurance of the monthly cost to complete. Provide support and training required to non-financial individuals.
Responsible for accurate cost reporting on individual projects. Day to Day management of the cost managers. Develop cost reporting and cost data analytics to help understand and drive cost base reductions.
Actively involved in continual improvement in the @one Alliance reporting, with development of automated reporting. Develop and deliver the AMP7 White book savings to deliver shareholder expectations.
Person Specification: The successful candidate is likely to meet all of the following criteria:
Professional finance qualification ie CIMA/ACCA/ACA.
3 Years post qualification experience ideally in a commercial or management accounting role, with at least 1 year in a position of similar responsibility.
Experience of working in the Utilities sector and or contract accounting would be advantageous. Have experience of Capital Accounting
Flexible and able to demonstrate people management experience
Able to manage pressure, meet strict deadlines, have an ability to challenge operational management at all levels
Excellent team player
Financial modelling skills (including macros) and a detailed understanding of financial forecasting is essential.
As well as offering a competitive salary, remuneration for this role includes flexible benefits, which provides a range of guaranteed benefits including but not limited to:
5% Company pension contribution
Life Assurance at 2 x notional salary
Single persons private medical cover
Permanent Health Cover
Barhale is one of the largest privately owned infrastructure specialists in the UK and was originally formed in 1980 as a specialist tunnelling contractor diversifying over the years into various civil engineering areas. Barhale works UK-wide across the water, transport, energy and developer services sectors providing design, construction and maintenance services under long-term contracts, with blue-chip public, regulated and private clients. The company employs over 600 people in the UK, has an annual turnover of £120m and a distinctive set of values that are fundamental to our approach to business sustainability.