Finance Business Partner

Posted on May 23, 2024 by Brookwood
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Accountancy
Immediate Start
£550 - £600 Daily
Contract/Project
Finance Business Partner
Hybrid - Oxfordshire
£550 - £600 Outside IR35
6 months - 02/09/2024 - 01/03/2025

You must be eligible to to obtain vetting for this role

Responsibilities:

  • Provision of financial information: provide prompt and accurate budgets for all designated departments or Directorates.
  • Provide up-to-date financial management information to budget holders, using facilitation and interpretive skills and sound judgement
  • Lead Financial Support toprojects: provide financial information to support business plans and business cases for projects, lead and direct other finance teams for the provision of detailed technical support.
  • Management support and advice: Provide support with financial information and decision-making and business planning.
  • Provide professional expertise and decision-support in those areas for managers across directorates and business partners in the FBE Team.
  • Provide technical expertise to generate business information and insight from internal and external sources.
  • Seek feedback to inform continuous improvement of planning and financial performance.
  • Coordinate the financial strategic planning cycle for all designated departments or Directorates and support/influence the wider overall production of the strategic plan covering a 3-5-year timescale.
  • Provide analysis and insight from external and internal sources to assist in the refresh of the finance and wider strategic plan and underpin operational plans.
  • Coordinate stakeholder consultation annually to capture views about the priorities for inclusion in the finance strategic plan.
  • Work closely with the Planning Performance and Risk team to ensure that key strategic and performance measures are understood together with the resource implications and any risks involved.
  • Work with departments and Directorates for development of delivery plans that underpin delivery of the strategic plan.
  • Lead the development of accurate and timely budgets and forecasts to enable delivery of those plans, supported by designated financial analysts/senior financial analysts as appropriate.
  • Will act as the lead to manage the relationship with specific senior external stakeholders(such as SLC's) and senior internal stakeholders (Budget holders), influencing and managing the key finance deliverables requiring external and internal collaboration,
  • Be the lead to ensure external and internal financial reporting needs are met.

Skills:

Technical/professional skills - gained through qualification and experience for financial reporting, budgeting, option appraisal, costing and forecasting, to include:

  • Recognised professional accountancy qualification appropriate to the role eg CIPFA, CIMA,ACCA, etc.
  • Minimum of three years' significant financial management experience at senior level gained from working within a large, complex organisation providing professional expertise in a similar role
  • Able to interpret/analyse highly complex financial and statistical data, reason, evaluate, draw appropriate inferences to enable innovative problem solving and report and communicate with multiple senior stakeholders with tact and diplomacy
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal, influencing and change management skills
  • The ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Some expertise in at least one of the following disciplines: strategic planning, performance management, risk management
  • Knowledge of governance and assurance frameworks
Behavioural/smart skills - excellent communications, engagement and active listening to the needs of the business units, asking the right questions and adjusting to the learning needs of the business units. Emotional intelligence, relationship building, conflict resolution, and the ability to challenge are also important.
  • Experience ofworking in a complex political environment and with internal stakeholders.
  • Experience ofdelivering business and change projects
  • Comfortable with change and working in an evolving environment
  • Able to collaborate with other professionals
  • Confident presenter, communicator and facilitator
  • Collating, analysing and interpreting data and information to drive continuous improvement
Strategic and commercial acumen - understanding the economics of the organisation, and the business benefits and commercial realities from both the organisation's and the customers' perspective.
  • Customer service orientation
  • Pragmatic, results oriented with a delivery focus

Reference: 2764983581

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Finance Business Partner

Posted on May 23, 2024 by Brookwood

Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Accountancy
Immediate Start
£550 - £600 Daily
Contract/Project
Finance Business Partner
Hybrid - Oxfordshire
£550 - £600 Outside IR35
6 months - 02/09/2024 - 01/03/2025

You must be eligible to to obtain vetting for this role

Responsibilities:

  • Provision of financial information: provide prompt and accurate budgets for all designated departments or Directorates.
  • Provide up-to-date financial management information to budget holders, using facilitation and interpretive skills and sound judgement
  • Lead Financial Support toprojects: provide financial information to support business plans and business cases for projects, lead and direct other finance teams for the provision of detailed technical support.
  • Management support and advice: Provide support with financial information and decision-making and business planning.
  • Provide professional expertise and decision-support in those areas for managers across directorates and business partners in the FBE Team.
  • Provide technical expertise to generate business information and insight from internal and external sources.
  • Seek feedback to inform continuous improvement of planning and financial performance.
  • Coordinate the financial strategic planning cycle for all designated departments or Directorates and support/influence the wider overall production of the strategic plan covering a 3-5-year timescale.
  • Provide analysis and insight from external and internal sources to assist in the refresh of the finance and wider strategic plan and underpin operational plans.
  • Coordinate stakeholder consultation annually to capture views about the priorities for inclusion in the finance strategic plan.
  • Work closely with the Planning Performance and Risk team to ensure that key strategic and performance measures are understood together with the resource implications and any risks involved.
  • Work with departments and Directorates for development of delivery plans that underpin delivery of the strategic plan.
  • Lead the development of accurate and timely budgets and forecasts to enable delivery of those plans, supported by designated financial analysts/senior financial analysts as appropriate.
  • Will act as the lead to manage the relationship with specific senior external stakeholders(such as SLC's) and senior internal stakeholders (Budget holders), influencing and managing the key finance deliverables requiring external and internal collaboration,
  • Be the lead to ensure external and internal financial reporting needs are met.

Skills:

Technical/professional skills - gained through qualification and experience for financial reporting, budgeting, option appraisal, costing and forecasting, to include:

  • Recognised professional accountancy qualification appropriate to the role eg CIPFA, CIMA,ACCA, etc.
  • Minimum of three years' significant financial management experience at senior level gained from working within a large, complex organisation providing professional expertise in a similar role
  • Able to interpret/analyse highly complex financial and statistical data, reason, evaluate, draw appropriate inferences to enable innovative problem solving and report and communicate with multiple senior stakeholders with tact and diplomacy
  • Effective leadership, interpersonal, influencing and change management skills
  • The ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Some expertise in at least one of the following disciplines: strategic planning, performance management, risk management
  • Knowledge of governance and assurance frameworks
Behavioural/smart skills - excellent communications, engagement and active listening to the needs of the business units, asking the right questions and adjusting to the learning needs of the business units. Emotional intelligence, relationship building, conflict resolution, and the ability to challenge are also important.
  • Experience ofworking in a complex political environment and with internal stakeholders.
  • Experience ofdelivering business and change projects
  • Comfortable with change and working in an evolving environment
  • Able to collaborate with other professionals
  • Confident presenter, communicator and facilitator
  • Collating, analysing and interpreting data and information to drive continuous improvement
Strategic and commercial acumen - understanding the economics of the organisation, and the business benefits and commercial realities from both the organisation's and the customers' perspective.
  • Customer service orientation
  • Pragmatic, results oriented with a delivery focus

Reference: 2764983581

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