Commercial Finance Analyst - £40k

  • Location:

    City of London, London

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  • Salary:

    £35000 - £40000 per annum + Study Support

  • Contact:

    Josh Jordan

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

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Goodman Masson are currently working with a large media business based in Paddington in their IT shared service centre on a role as a Commercial Finance Analyst. The role is paying up to £40k with study support.


  • Responsibilities

    • Manage financial month end between external supplier and internal stakeholders, including analysis and control of variable monthly spend, development and implementation of processes and tools.
    • Review of business cases (PWOs) to ensure contractual adherence and cost management
    • Develop & use insightful analysis to identify business opportunities for the division, identify and quantify gaps in processes. Driving improvement in end-to-end processes to mitigate issues
    • Provide consistently high standard of data analysis through understanding the current situation or issue, identifying a solution, recommending options for improvement
    • Present data and insight clearly and concisely to stakeholders of all levels. Illustrate current performance and areas for improvement
    • Work with the businesses and stakeholders to ensure that the financial processes are aligned between the operating company obligations and supplier contracts
    • Creating templates and documents to communicate financial implications to internal stakeholders
    • Perform ad-hoc analysis to support and administer commercial contracts
    • Supporting the Commercial Finance Manager in developing logical and justifiable methods of cost allocation from potentially incomplete data sets.


  • Experience in an analyst role
  • Studying towards ACCA/CIMA
  • Degree educated
  • Organised
  • Strong commmunication skills

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