Budget Finance Manager

Government
  • UK, Scotland, Lanarkshire, East Kilbride
  • Contract, 12 months
  • Full time
  • Negotiable (Within IR35)
This contract with our central government client is for a Budget Finance Manager for 12 months initially. The role is located in East Kilbride and requires 3 days per week onsite. Responsibilities • Lead the preparation, interpretation and presentation of in-year financial information into the monthly...

Quote ref: 100394/76483

Job description

This contract with our central government client is for a Budget Finance Manager for 12 months initially. The role is located in East Kilbride and requires 3 days per week onsite.  

 

Responsibilities  

• Lead the preparation, interpretation and presentation of in-year financial information into the monthly financial reports  

• Strategic Review of the RSO Budget, assessment of income and expenditure costs, improving the finance tracking process with continuous improvement initiatives across the function  

• Management and governance of the Spend approvals process  

• Support across key financial processes including reconciling and resolving invoices.  

• Continued development of management reports and operate KPI tracking  

• Report on spend categories, implement savings targets and KPIs  

• Develop efficiency planning and track benefits savings across the operational and investment programmes  

• Financial insight to the Business, Leadership Team, and wider Finance teams across RSO and CO teams and senior stakeholders  

• Drawing insights from financial reporting and other complex information, translating policy proposals and strategic objectives into financial impact, risks and opportunities and communicating these clearly to senior audiences.

Requirements

Essential  

• Structured and organised with first-class analysis experience, Problem-solving capabilities, able to build relationships and influence people  

• You will pro-actively manage your own workload and responsibilities, demonstrating effective leadership to manage multiple deadlines and conflicting priorities to deliver effective outcomes  

• Demonstrate process management skills with the ability to communicate across a varied team  

• Good analytical skills with the ability to design and develop performance metrics  

• Experience working with closely with commercial teams operations  

• Development and delivery of operational reports to a high standard  

• SC Cleared  

 

Desirable  

• Experience in central government financial management, financial analysis, and financial planning  

 

Qualification  

• Level 4 qualification with AAT, CCAB or CIMA, or working towards qualification CCAB, CIMA or equivalent and financial experience over an extended period

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