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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is looking to appoint a Chief Financial Officer, you will be based in the London office. They operate a hybrid working policy.
The Barnet Group is looking for a Finance Director to lead their finance team based in their London office.
Finance Director opportunity with established health care provider in Warwickshire. Broad, strategic role and exciting time to join the business, with clear future growth potential.
With supportive PE backers and a credible, well defined growth plan, Camira is looking to deliver a successful corporate event in the medium term that will provide a strong return for investors and shareholders alike. The CFO will clearly be fundamental in helping execute this transaction and so prior experience in a PE backed business/sale process/M & A is highly desired, as is strong experience working in a complex manufacturing business.
Michael Page have been retained on a fantastic opportunity with a corporate manufacturing company based in Slough. Due to a new strategic direction, the company are recruiting for a newly created Finance Director / Finance Partner role to support the product development division.
Finance Director position with Wolverhampton based service provider. Organisation has grown significantly, therefore there's an increased need for commercial support and best in class systems and processes.
As the Finance Director for My client's Company, you'll be responsible for overseeing all financial aspects of our operation, including budget management and strategic financial planning. There are elements of growth and M&A projects that you will play a pivotal part in.
Long term interim CFO role based in Surrey with excellent transport links and a hybrid model. The role is suited to a senior Finance leader with experience managing and leading a business through a period of change and transformation.
With an enviable client list and strong track record of delivery, ADM has capacity to grow far beyond where it is today.As Finance Director you will be expected to influence, challenge and help direct decision making through building excellent working relationships across the company and using these to improve anything that can have a positive impact on business performance and profitability.
Finance Director for high performing division of a prestigious Plc construction business. Autonomous, challenging position based in Southampton.
We are looking for a Qualified Finance Director who has led a business through a refinancing phase and can strategically steer the Board through a period of growth.
The Finance Director will be a key member of the UK&I Leadership team and will partner with the business to make the right decisions to create value and drive sustainable growth.
Chief Financial Officer (12 month FTC) overseeing all aspects of financial governance for the organisation.
Interim CFO (part-time) role based remotely with occasional travel for a not for profit organisation seeking relevant background experience.
This is newly created role as Head of Resources - Section 151 Officer reporting directly into the CEO. An exciting position which will be instrumental in shaping and driving the authority forwards in their quest to support the pressing national and international needs around the environment.
This is newly created role as Head of Resources reporting directly into the CEO. An exciting position which will be instrumental in shaping and driving the authority forwards in their quest to support the pressing national and international needs around the environment.
Financial Oversight: Manage UK accounting, audits, financial statements, and compliance while providing financial insights.
Reporting and Compliance: Support external reporting, collaborate on senior leadership reporting, and ensure compliance with financial regulations, along with other essential duties.
I am delighted to be supporting a highly respected Charity organisation based in Coventry with their recruitment for a Director of Finance. The successful post holders main responsibility is to supervise the delivery of top-notch financial services and assistance to the Board of Finance.
Exciting Innovative Chairty based in East Hertfordshire Director of Finance & Resources with a strong commercial focus and broad experience in the operational delivery of Finance, Estates & Facilities, Digital and Information Technology.
An exciting opportunity for an experienced Financial Controller to join PE backed Harding+. This is a key leadership role reporting directly to the CFO. A strong reporting background and good knowledge of stock are essential requirements as well as enthusiasm for change.
Michael Page have been retained on a fantastic opportunity with a corporate manufacturing company based in Slough. Due to a new strategic direction, the company are recruiting for a newly created Senior Commercial Finance Business Partner.
Head of Finance for a large complex charitable organisation.Experience managing large teams in either the Higher Education sector or Commercial Sector.
The Head of Operations & Finance will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the charity, with oversight and responsibility for the areas of finance, HR and administration, and operations. This position will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team to provide the operational scaffolding required to meet the needs of our rapidly growing charity.
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In this role you will have a key strategic role, working closely with senior management team, providing value to RoS through the provision of appropriate financial information to support strategic decision making and to monitor and evaluate outcomes against plans. This is a great opportunity to play a professionally and personally rewarding leadership role in what is a hugely dynamic and experienced team.
As the Head of Finance, you will play a crucial role in overseeing the financial health andstrategic direction of the company. Reporting directly to the C-suite, you will lead a finance teamand be responsible for financial planning, analysis, budgeting, and process improvementinitiatives. Your expertise will contribute to maintaining a strong financial structure andsupporting the company's growth.
Michael Page are partnering exclusively with a large corporate company on an exciting Head of Accounting (Shared Service Centre). This role will manage 10 direct reports and 50 indirect reports and will be a heavy managerial position.
This role will build and lead a commercial finance team made up of qualified business partners and analysts.
We are currently seeking an experienced Interim Head of Finance to join a not-for-profit organisation for a temporary period.As an Interim Head of Finance, you will be responsible for leading the finance team and ensuring the financial stability and sustainability
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Organisations need more than just accountants and financial controllers to handle all money-related matters, which is is where the role of the chief financial officer (CFO) becomes crucial. Much more than just a ‘numbers person’, the CFO uses analysis of historic data and forward-looking forecasting to define financial strategies and manage performance.
Expected job role tasksAs a CFO, you will typically find yourself heading up your organisation’s finance function. Depending on the size of the organisation, you may be the only person within the finance department; or you may be leading a small team of accountants; or a substantial department of accountants, financial modellers, a financial controller, and other members. As such, people management may be a key part of the CFO’s role. Beyond this, you will be tasked with providing strategic guidance to the CEO and other members of senior leadership, which will require you to form strong relationships with key management figures, and potentially also with external stakeholders. To offer effective, impactful advice, you must be able to look beyond the numbers to consider real-world outcomes, which requires strong business acumen.
You will implement and manage processes related to budgeting and forecasting, and oversee the timely completion of financial reports. Furthermore, you will analyse your organisation’s liabilities and investments to mitigate risks and define future financial strategies. You will also need to look beyond your own organisation, researching market conditions and trends to identify potential opportunities for revenue generation, while also scrutinising internal processes to drive efficiencies and deliver cost savings.
Primary functionOften considered to be the second-most important person within an organisation, behind only the CEO or managing director, the CFO is primarily responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and running all of an organisation’s financial activities. This covers everything from budgeting and planning to forecasting and negotiating.
Necessary hard/soft skillsGiven that the CFO is the most senior finance person within an organisation, you will need strong knowledge of advanced accounting practices, tax planning, and regulatory issues. To offer effective, impactful advice and support to other members of senior leadership, you will require a deep understanding of your organisation’s industry, objectives and business model, plus the ability to constructively challenge strategic plans to ensure all decisions are made in line with financial principles in mind. In this way, you will play an essential role in the development of future strategic direction, as well as enabling its execution, such as by ensuring planned approaches can be financed. Furthermore, to get your view across effectively, you must have strong communication and leadership skills, recognising the need to adopt different tones, use different language, and phrase your points in different ways to have maximum impact with different stakeholders. You will need to be up to date with all relevant regulatory and legal requirements, as it often falls on the CFO to identify, assess, and mitigate risks that could affect your organisation.
Qualifications requiredTo become a CFO, you will almost certainly need a Master’s degree in a relevant subject, such as accounting, business accounting, or finance. Because the role is so senior, you will require extensive experience, not just in finance or accounting-based roles, but also potentially in executive leadership positions.
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