Finance Manager, Finecast Foundry

This is a newly created opportunity to join Finecast Foundry Ltd., a progressive and versatile engineering business which has recently been awarded new long-term defence and auto sport contracts. The finance manager will act as both accountant and business partner to the directors, bringing the level-headed passion and determination to play an important role in the decision-making process and in fuelling business growth.

Your remit will include:

Working with senior management in the budget process.

Developing management reports and business plans.

KPI monitoring relating to all aspects of the costing and manufacturing process.

P&L analysis for all cost centres.

Recommending and implementing improvements to processes across finance and risk.

VAT / PAYE and cash flow forecasts.

Month-end reporting relating to financial performance of manufacturing units.

Stock reporting and forecasting.

Provide competitive tax efficient solutions for purchase of new plant and equipment.

To be considered for this pivotal role, you will either be an up-and-coming recently qualified accountant (ACCA, ACA or ACMA) with a desire to develop your career in a modern manufacturing business, or be a more established and experienced finance manager / business partner who is aiming for a director level role.

Either way, you will be someone who takes a hands-on approach and will be keen to spend a significant amount of time on the factory floor in order to fully understand and improve processes. You will also be able to communicate financial information to a range of people across the business, and then use this information to solve problems and implement positive change. A high level of proficiency is required in the use of Excel, Sage 50 (or similar) and MRP systems.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, then please forward your CV with a brief covering email explaining why you are interested in the position and what you feel you can bring.

Please note that hours are 40 per week plus 22 days’ holiday – two weeks of which need to be taken over summer and Christmas when the factory closes