Location: United Kingdom (London, City of) Type: Permanent Start date: 10/08/2017
Finance Transformation (Delivery, Strategy, Advisory)
A small but fast growing practice is building a specialised team offering candidates access to high level projects with household names, without the corporate politics to go with it. You’ll be working in a flat structure that encourages autonomy, personal development and the chance to take ownership of new business, all whilst treating you like an individual. If you’re passionate about what you do and want an environment that recognises and correctly rewards your work – read below and get in touch!
Finance Transformation (Delivery, Change, Strategy, Advisory) - Permanent
I am working with a team of specialists that look to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of finance functions for household names. The team is a small but burgeoning practice focused on practical, quality and collaboration based execution working across multiple industries and sectors.
You will have end-to-end ownership of work streams on larger engagements, while being the manager for smaller client engagements. You will have the opportunity to play a leading role in determining how to effectively communicate concepts, analysis and outcomes to c-level directors whilst contributing to the teams continued thought leadership to stay at the forefront of what you do.
Culturally this team has been created to offer an alternative to their competitors by offering a flat structure and greater autonomy. You’ll be less a number amongst many and more an individual, recognised and rewarded for the quality of your delivery rather than relying on being on the ‘right project’ to get the progression you deserve.
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Position: Finance Transformation (Delivery, Change, Strategy, Advisory)
Rate: Manager - £60,000 – 75,000k base + bonus, benefits
Agency: Anson McCade
Contact: Alan Simpson
Telephone / Email: +44 (0)20 7780 6700 / alan.simpson@AnsonMcCade.com
Reference: AMc*AMS*7TFT*101. To apply for this vacancy: email Alan Simpson