We have been made aware of a global phishing campaign where employees from companies are being impersonated. We are confident that no PageGroup system has been breached. Find out how to protect yourself
Browse our jobs and apply for your next role.
Reach out to us or discover some great insights that could help you fill your next vacancy.
PageGroup changes lives for people through creating opportunity to reach potential.
We find the best talent for our clients and match candidates to their ideal jobs.
Provide centralised engagement financial management services to client projects. To bring process efficiency, to operate a process of continual improvement and to drive consistency across all project financial management tasks.
If you are a finance professional with a passion for healthcare, my client invites you to be a part of their dedicated team. Your financial expertise will have a positive and lasting impact on the health and well-being of our community.
As the number 2 in finance there will be an expectation to performed purchase ledger, cashbook, cash management and reconciliation duties.
Work closely between the on site manager, and the corporate finance function on a range of areas including, financial management, reporting, ensuring efficiency of processes, amongst other responsibilities.
Finance Manager role with lots of people management and high volume of transactions - part of a business going through rapid growth
This new role is in recognition of the growth of the organisation and the strategy for investments in and acquisitions of other similar businesses. The role will initially focus on managing the finance team and accounts of a newly acquired entity.
Finance manager responsible for supporting the Group Finance Controller with production of management accounts, month-end/year-end journaling and reporting and identifying new income sources.
As Finance Manager you will be responsible for both month-end reporting and adding commercial value to the business through financial analysis, budgeting and forecasting.
A varied and hands on role with line management responsibilities and business partnering across the wider company through site managers, group finance and sales managers.
Finance Manager required for arguably Surrey's top employer within the Education sector. ACA/ACCA/CIMA qualified accountant
We am currently supporting an organisation in Central Birmingham with the recruitment of a Finance Manager. This role has arisen due to an internal change within the department. As Finance Manager you will be involved with the Management Accounts, Budgets, Forecasts and daily running of the department.
Due to internal progression we have been instructed to support a regulator in Central Birmingham to hire a Qualified Finance Manager on a permanent basis. As Finance Manager, your responsibilities will include overseeing end-to-end finance operations whilst managing a small team, you will look to make improvements to procedures and controls, as well as ad-hoc projects and requests as and when they come up.
As a Finance manager with us, you'll play a pivotal role in our mission. Your responsibilities will include preparing management reports, implementing innovative financial processes, collaborating on budgeting and forecasting, and contributing to our commitment to transparency and accountability.
Our client is seeking an experienced accounting professional to join their small team near Didcot as the Finance Manager to take full responsibility for the company's day to day accounts.
A superb Finance Manager role has arisen to lead on the system transformation for a leading Travel industry business based near Heathrow.
An opportunity has arisen for a Finance Manager to join a rapidly growing Tech/SaaS SME working fully remotely.
As a Finance Manager, you'll play a pivotal role in shaping the financial success of our client's wholesale business.
The Finance Manager will be involved in a multitude of different responsibilities across finance. With such a wide remit, you will be able to make an impact on both the day-to-day running of finance, and the commercial side.
Finance Manager role working for a leading logistics business based in Solihull. This role will work closely with the Financial Controller, looking after group consolidation and the day to day running of the finance team.
Are you a talented finance professional ready to make a significant impact on a small and medium-sized business? Do you have a passion for for driving financial success in a dynamic, close-knit environment? If you're looking for an opportunity to take a pivotal role in a growing business, we invite you to join our team as a Finance Manager.
Are you a seasoned finance professional with a passion for numbers and a knack for driving financial success? Do you thrive in fast-paced environments and want to play a pivotal role in a dynamic logistics business? If so, we invite you to join our team as a Finance Manager.
This role is a Finance Manager position based in Sunderland. You will form part of the core Finance team delivering financial data enabling key financial decisions. You will work closely with the Financial Controller and oversee and support the Finance team onsite.
Finance manager to be responsible for the day to day running of the finance team, preparing statutory/management accounts and reporting into the director/commercial director. This is opportunity to get hands on with the companies current projects and assists streamlining processes.
Number 1 in Finance for a small charity in Bucinghamshire.Qualified by experience and team management experience sought
Our client are looking for an Interim Finance Manager to start as soon as possible. The successful candidate will ideally have experience in the Charity / Public Sector.
Finance Manager role for a market leading FTSE 250 Listed Business
Our client is seeking an experienced Finance Manager with substantial knowledge of US financial regulations & a brilliant track record of overseeing an oversees accounting team.
Finance manager for a logistics supply chain partner.
Create a job alert to receive Finance Manager jobs via email the minute they become available.
Submit your CV to register with us and we will contact you if a suitable role becomes available.
Finance manager is an instrumental role at any large business. The role naturally attracts people who have long worked in the financial arena, and demands very strong numeracy, analytical, and communication skills. While the description for finance manager jobs varies depending on a number of factors, such as industry and business size, generally finance-managers play a key role in a company’s business decisions as well as its finances.
The remit of a Finance-Manager is wide-ranging. One of the major responsibilities of people in this role is to provide and interpret financial information, as well as to monitor and analyse the business’ cash flow, and forecast future trends. They will also be heavily involved in formulating any long-term business strategies, monitoring change to circumstances, and providing advice in such situations. Furthermore, finance managers will research and report on factors influencing business performance. This includes competitor and market trends, and regularly produce and present financial reports. Where necessary, they will perform reviews to seek out opportunities for cost reduction, and work to slash financial risk.
Their day-to-day operation will see them manage financial accounting, monitoring, and reporting systems, and manage budgets across the company. Most financial managers will also be responsible for supervising employees, and developing and building external relationships with relevant contacts, from auditors and solicitors to national financial organisations. They may also have to explain complicated financial situations to other senior staff, who may not have a background in numbers. Additionally, as the company’s financial leader, they are also tasked with remaining at the cutting edge of any financial regulations and legislation.
The primary function of the role of a financial manager is to deliver expert financial guidance and support to the company’s leaders and their colleagues, as well as clients, where relevant, in order to empower them to make the best business decisions possible. Moreover, financial managers, sometimes known as financial analysts or business analysts, ensure all financial practices relating to their company are compliant with statutory regulations and legislation.
Finance-Managers require a robust set of hard, technical skills in order to succeed in this challenging job role. Strong technical accounting knowledge is a must, as well as an outstanding grasp of numeracy and mathematics, and they must have experience in Excel. Experience of AP and AR, and statutory accounting is also required for finance manager jobs. Whilst, for the biggest roles, candidates must have produced budgets up to multi-millions. Annual audit experience is also high on the wish list for prospective employers. In terms of soft skills, the ability to delegate and manage the work of others is vital, given the people management aspect of many finance manager jobs, while solid communication skills will go a long way in this role. Finance managers should also boast a strong understanding of both economics and how businesses work if their role includes contributing to key business decisions from a financial perspective.
While the finance industry allows graduates from all disciplines to work within it, degrees in areas including accountancy and finance, business, economics, management, mathematics, and statistics are particularly useful. Graduates of such programs often do not need to complete as many professional qualifications down the line. By the time they come to apply for a finance manager role, in addition to previous qualifications, a professional should also have become a fully qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA).
Host: Katie Carew, Managing Consultant, Michael Page
Speakers: Remi Adeniji, Group Internal Audit Manager, Euro Garages
Upon qualification, newly qualified ACA candidates have a wide range of potential careers paths to consider.
In the first of the series, we was joined by Remi Adeniji, a Group Internal Audit Manager at Euro Garages and PWC & Deloitte Trained ACA Finance Professional with 12 years’ post-qualification experience.
Upon qualification, newly qualified ACA candidates have a range of directions in which they can choose to take their careers. If you are unsure of what next steps to take, it is a good idea to explore your options and gain insight into the different possibilities from those already operating in the sector.
In this virtual event, Phil Sarthou, Head of Acquisitions at Bertram Group, and Laura Sisson, Investment Manager at YFM Private Equity, join us to explore their career paths, career decisions, and what their role entails.
Tune in now to hear Phil and Laura discuss the differences between transaction services and lead advisory, career journeys, and how to stand out and make a difference.
Watch the on-demand webinar below:
Phil Sarthou, Head of Acquisitions, Bertram GroupLaura Sisson, Investment manager, YFM Private Equity
Phil trained in a Big Four firm and within a year of qualifying made the move to a leading regional corporate finance boutique. After 2 ½ years here he moved back to the Big Four in a Manager role in Lead Advisory, and last year took on his current role as Head of M&A for a private equity backed business headquartered in the North West.
Laura began her career at KPMG, before joining a Morgan Stanley as an Equity Research Analyst. Laura returned to KPMG in their Transaction Services team and progressed through to Manager. After 3 ½ years here; Laura has recently moved to YFM Equity Partners as an Investment Manager.
This website has app functionality. Add it to your home screen for fast access and offline features.