We are looking for a Senior Financial Analyst to support the Head of FP&A to deliver strong financial plans, reporting and analysis that supports the major corporate decisions of the CFO, CEO and the Board of Directors. Managing and improving processes which are key to oversight of the company’s cash flow and evaluating overall progress towards goals and value inflection points committed to the Board and investors.
£45,000-£55,000 per annum (+ benefits)
- Working with the Head of FP&A and Finance Business Partner to deliver the financial planning (budgets, forecasts and long range plan) processes for the company. This includes timetables, assumptions, target setting and company level presentations to the CFO, Leadership Team and Board
- Support the Finance Business Partner with timely, accurate reporting at the Budget Holder level.
- Maintaining and improving the long range financial model of risk adjusted and non-risk adjusted cash flows. Includes scenarios, assumptions, and valuation. Working with key functions in the business to ensure a single aligned view. Highlighting risks and contingency plans.
- Providing recommendations on the continually improvement of tools to support effective financial planning and modelling.
- Work with the Head of FP&A to deliver company level reporting on cash flows and profitability versus financial plans, including understanding of key variances, impact on overall achievement of annual and long range plan, risks and recommending possible mitigation options
- With the Financial Controller, deliver financial reporting process, automated as far as possible to deliver cost centre level reports to business leaders and the Finance Partner, consistent with and reconciled to company level reporting.
- Support the Head of FP&A in the evaluation of potential M&A, divestment, asset partnering or other large scale business development deals. Support where required effective deal execution, working with external advisors as appropriate
- Ensure the effective application of the company’s financial control framework to business finances, including risk assessment, performing key control activities, training and testing of controls where applicable.
You will need experience in a high-growth, changing environment, and enjoy working in this type of organisation. You will be able to demonstrate a track record of designing and delivering budgeting, forecasting and reporting processes. Experience of working in or closely with international companies, ideally with a US presence.
You might have a recognised accounting qualification (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) with a competent understanding of UK GAAP and IFRS. Other desirable skills and experience are Biopharma/Pharma exposure, knowledge of Adaptive Planning (or similar) and US GAAP.
We're a tight-knit team here in a highly collaborative environment so we like people who roll their sleeves up an get stuck in. Your part in the wider Immunocore mission is visible and highly valued. Come and help us build something special!