Finance Analyst - Retail £29k + Study Support

  • Location:

    City of London, London

  • Sector:

    FMCG & Retail

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  • Salary:

    £28000 - £29000 per annum + study support

  • Contact:

    Josh Jordan

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  • Published:

    3 months ago

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Goodman Masson are currently recruiting for a finance analyst for a leading retailer based in Old Street, Central London. The role is looking for someone with at least 12 months finance experience, ideally from a role which has aspects of analysis.


* Responsible for producing accurate and timely routine reporting and analysis for the brand

* Responsible for producing weekly trading reporting and analysis in a timely manner

* Responsible for producing the brand's management accounts pack and supplementary schedules providing commercial commentary and analysis of monthly accounts.

* Responsible for The brand Head Office planning and reporting, analysing variances to plan and understanding any potential risks and opportunities.

* Maintenance of Warehouse capital spend log, ensuring the brands capital budget is controlled.
* Support the Finance Manager in producing capital expenditure appraisals, working with the relevant department heads
* Assist with the annual budget and quarterly re-forecast for the entire P&L, working with the retail teams and head office cost centre managers
* Support the Finance Manager in ad-hoc analysis and projects at the requirements of the brand, working with the various heads across the business


* Competent with Microsoft Office especially Excel
* Works well as part of a team
* Is committed to their role and the business and demonstrates commercial awareness
* Is organised and can prioritise own work activities in a fast paced environment
* Takes time to check and review work
* Demonstrates a 'can do' attitude
* Confident when communicating with stakeholder across the business.

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