Assistant Finance Manager

Expiring today

Location
London
Salary
£38000 - £42000 per annum + Benefits
Posted
08 Jun 2018
Closes
22 Jun 2018
Ref
615455
Hours
Full Time
Contract Type
Permanent

Here at Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) we hold a proud heritage of leading and adapting to change. We're rapidly transforming into a digitally-led business on a massive scale, so we can better serve millions of customers. We need talented people like you if we're to continue to innovate, collaborate and adapt to meet the on going digital needs of our customers. It means a big opportunity for you to be part of this ground-breaking transformation too.
Do you have a Finance background and are looking to gain operational experience within a COO (Chief Operating Office) function? If so, then this is the role for you.


You'll be joining us as an Assistant Finance Manager, within the COO team of Group Internal Audit (GIA). GIA are the third line of defence and take a leading role in rebuilding trust for our customers, the Group and the industry. They have a vision is to become the best, by helping connect the dots across the organisation and providing advice and assurance on the Group's control framework.


Joining COO, this role will provide you with an outstanding opportunity to work closely with the GIA Senior Leadership Team (SLT). You'll work alongside the Senior Manager Finance & Operations, acting as a key interface between the COO team and the GIA teams. You'll be responsible for ensuring GIA handles its priorities and resources which will ensure you have plenty of chances to create and develop the role.


You'll provide timely, high quality reporting, insight and advice to influence business decisions - in particular providing visibility of cost performance across all cost lines to the SLT. A key part of your role will involve the development of the annual 5 Year Operating Plan and Quarterly Forecast submissions alongside monthly reporting against the approved budget/forecast position.
You'll support the management of Third Party Supplier relationships in line with contractual arrangements. This will include assisting the Audit team to identify external resources to assist in delivery of the audit plan. You'll also dedicatedly monitor performance to identify and understand emerging opportunities and risks and provide clear recommendations to mitigate those risks. Accountabilities will also include:


* Reviewing supplier work orders to ensure accuracy and creating electronic Purchase Orders on our internal system
* Logging supplier requests, from initiation through the cycles until payment
* Working with Account Payables to ensure invoices are paid in a timely manner, with appropriate authorisation
* Preparing month end accruals and reports, showing actuals versus budget
* Analysing large and complex volumes of data and utilising the outputs to produce concise and insightful MI.


We're looking for you to evidence a background in a Finance related role, within a large organisation. You'll have demonstrable experience of writing reports, using both numerical data and written information, for senior level stakeholders to review. You'll be adept at delivering structured, concise messages both verbally and by competently utilising Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel. You will also have the prioritisation skills and agility required, to respond to changing reporting requirements at short notice.
You'll need to be confident in resolving queries and undertaking problem solving including utilizing knowledge of people within organization to get things done. Being able to demonstrate the ability to develop and implement robust governance controls and processes are key, particularly in relation to financial management, resource management and broader business operations management.


You'll also have strong influencing and motivating skills and be able to apply these in a complex and diverse environment and have a consistent track record of delivery. Excellent analytical, presentational, verbal and nonverbal interpersonal skills are important.
In addition to the salary quoted, you'll also receive the following benefits:
* Discretionary performance Share award
* Generous pension
* A flex cash pot you can adjust to suit your lifestyle (4% on top of your basic salary)
* Private health cover
* Share schemes
* 28 days holiday plus bank holidays
* Discounted products and shopping opportunities. benefits.
It is a very exciting time to join the Group. Together we'll continue our market leading, ground breaking transformation and you'll help us realise the Group's vision to become the Best Bank for Customers. Here, you'll grow as a person and develop your career. We'll help you perform at your best today, so you can fulfil all your potential in the future. We know that success is built from the inside out through our people. Our customers' experience and success starts with yours.
Become part of a versatile environment where colleagues can be themselves and succeed on merit.

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