COMMERCIAL FINANCE ANALYST

Location
Manchester, Greater Manchester, England
Salary
£30000 - £37000 per annum + Excellent Employee Benefits
Posted
28 Sep 2016
Closes
19 Oct 2016
Ref
SE736
Contact
Sara Morys-Edge
Job function
Finance
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent
COMMERCIAL FINANCE ANALYST
MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE
SALARY TO £37K

An exciting opportunity for an experienced Analyst to join a dynamic commercial team for a leading travel company to drive daily, weekly and monthly reporting, forecasting and MI and providing detailed analysis and insightful recommendations. You work with all areas of the business and you will be the key source of analytical information to the company, recommending improvements to maximise profitability and drive efficiencies.

Our ideal candidate will have proven experience in analytics and report writing within a finance / commercial environment. You will have good commercial skills and be able to communicate across the business at all levels. Advanced level of Excel (including pivot tables & macros), Word and Powerpoint are essential. Experience of, SQL and CODA would be an advantage also. Whilst not essential, relevant experience within a travel organisation would definitely be beneficial, as would any CIMA / ACA/ ACCA studies or qualifications.

Salary for this role is £30k - £37k depending on level of experience. Our client also provides staff with a great range of benefits, plus the opportunity to progress in the long term within an exciting organisation.

Sara Morys-Edge is handling this Commercial Finance Analyst role - please apply below.

Progressive Personnel is a leading international travel & hospitality recruitment consultancy with offices in England, Scotland, United Arab Emirates, South Africa and The Maldives.

Applicants must have the legal right to live & work in the country where the vacancy exists. We regret we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates, but we may retain your details on our database and consider you for future openings.

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