Based in the south of Birmingham, our prestigious retail client is currently on the lookout to bring an Assistant Management Accountant into their commercial retail team. There will be fantastic opportunities for progression in this role as you report directly into a qualified Finance Business Partner for a UK wide household brand, founded in Birmingham. You will be supporting the team with the analysis of large data sets and production of management information for internal stakeholders.
This role will have the successful candidate working with a host of internal financial stakeholders within the retail division. You will be exposed to budgeting and forecasting, conducting analysis on variance and creating impact with your management information. This role naturally suits an analytically minded individual, looking to progress in their studies and duties.
- Dedicated Excel experience, with the capability of using sum-if statements, implementing pivot tables in large data sets.
- You will have prior experience in preparing elements of the Management Information pack in some capacity, preferably variance analysis.
- Be analytically minded, however be comfortable in your own style of communication too, in order to relay your analysis.
- Currently be studying your ACCA/CIMA, and looking to qualify within a large organisation.
What you will receive
- Receive a generous benefits package, including study support for your continuous professional development.
- Have flexible working arrangements, working in the office twice a week – or more if you would like.
- Work with the most knowledgeable team in the space, for a highly respected brand. You will have fantastic training and be a confident, vital part of the business.
- Have the opportunity to progress within the business, with financial incentives to study.
This opportunity is a great example of a role that will allow a studying accounts professional to rapidly grow in a new capacity, whereby you will have lots of responsibility in your work. Please apply now to avoid missing out.