Getsafe creates a better insurance experience for everyone. Powered by a unique technological platform, Getsafe makes insurance simple, fair, and accessible. Getsafe replaces complexity and manual paperwork with smart bots and automation, customers can file claims, change their coverage in real time, or access personalised advisory with just a few clicks. 

Since launching in Germany in 2018, Getsafe has become one of the best-rated insurtechs in Europe, serving over 500,000 customers. After expanding to Austria in 2022, and entering the French market last year, Getsafe is committed to profitable growth in 2024. 

Headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany, with an additional office in Berlin, the company employs more than 200 people. In 2021, Getsafe received its insurance license from Germany’s financial regulator, BaFin. With more than €120 million raised to date, it is one of Europe’s top-funded insurtechs.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Do you have an affinity for numbers, a deep understanding of business contexts, an interest in strategic issues and want to be part of a dynamic, ambitious start-up team? Then you've come to the right place! As a Financial Planning & Analysis Manager, you will be responsible for key areas of our ongoing financial planning, guide key decisions with financial insights and help our management to make well-founded operational and strategic decisions.

YOUR MISSION:

  • Develop and manage the annual budgeting process, collaborating with function leaders to ensure alignment with strategic goals.
  • Prepare comprehensive financial reports, highlighting key performance indicators and trends, identifying opportunities for improvement and efficiency.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to implement strategic initiatives, acting as a finance business partner for key stakeholders across the company.
  • Monitor and analyse budget versus actual performance, providing transparency on variances and rolling forecasts.
  • Contribute to the development of long-term financial strategies, ensuring alignment with Getsafe's overall business goals.


ABOUT YOU:

  • You bring a strong background in financial planning and analysis, with a proven track record of success in a relevant role.
  • You are able to demonstrate analytical skills, with the ability to interpret complex financial data and present findings in a clear and concise manner.
  • You are experienced in creating and maintaining financial models, working with BI tools and data analytics (SQL, Python is a plus)
  • You bring a strategic mindset and the ability to contribute to the development and execution of financial strategies aligned with business goals.
  • You exhibit excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively collaborate with cross-functional teams and present financial information to non-financial stakeholders.
  • You thrive in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, adaptable to change, and able to navigate through ambiguity.


ABOUT US:

Customer Empathy 🤝
Aligning our vision with every interaction, we simplify insurance, maintain transparency, and build togetherness and trust with our customers

Absolute Ownership🔛
Pursuing excellence relentlessly, taking full ownership, and ensuring everyone knows their role to contribute to our mission

Day One Mindset 🌱
Constantly optimising, thinking ahead, and inspiring greatness to build a scalable and impactful future, we strive to continually act as pacemakers

Driver Team 🏎️
United by respect and an inspiring mission, we communicate effectively, collaborate positively, and drive success as equals


PERKS & BENEFITS:

  • Remote, hybrid or office? The decision is yours! Work where and how you want in Germany. Our modern offices are centrally located in Berlin or Heidelberg 
  • Workation? Enjoy the possibility to work up to 90 days abroad in the EU 
  • Participate in our employee stock ownership program and secure your company shares (VSOPs)
  • Grow with us and use your personal Getsafe budget for personal and professional development
  • Use the Getsafe insurance voucher for the product of your choice
  • Apple or Microsoft? Choose your individual hardware
  • Celebrate with us! Regular team events (summer party, Christmas party, hackathon, etc.)

Interested? Let's chat!

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