Location Bury St Edmunds with occasional travel in the UK and Netherlands, full time,
The Management Accountant is responsible for collating, analysing, interpreting and consolidating accurate reporting, forecast and budget information to support senior management in delivering business strategy. The role includes analysing performance and challenging the business to ensure financial objectives are delivered.
Reporting to the FP&A Manager the Management Accountant must work collaboratively with finance colleagues’ also supporting management within the business both commercial and supply chain.
What will you do?
Ensure the provision of accurate forecast and budget information and drive profitability and performance of the business.
To collate, analyse, interpret and present accurate financial and management accounting information to senior management and recommend action to maintain sound business practice and achieve financial objectives.
Provide support to FP&A Manager on performance of critical processes to ensure timely and accurate delivery of monthly results.
Tasks and responsibilities:
Provide UK Finance Director and Senior Management with information necessary for the completion of Financial and Management Accounts and provide advice and explanation of performance.
Oversee production of the monthly reporting, forecasting and budgeting pack. Coordinate input from other finance colleagues and the business.
Manage the input of monthly management accounting information into financial systems.
Continuous improvement in processes including working with IT to provide technological enhancements.
Provide sales team financial support and ensure timely production of monthly sales team variance analysis against budget, utilising SAP and BW reporting.
Provide support to Supply Chain and Commercial BU controllers in analysing performance and challenging the business.
Forecasting & Budgeting
Oversee production of quarterly rolling 12 month forecast and monthly 3-month outlook in accordance with group timetable.
Oversee production of annual budget for specific cost centres and profit centres. Ensure budget meets financial objectives and is produced in accordance with group timetable.
Raw Material Cost Book:
Undertake monitoring of mill-based raw material cost book and utilise cost book information for monthly pricing decisions, forecasting and annual budgeting purposes.
Prepare monthend journals, manage allocation of central costs to business units.
Support the UK Finance Director on ad hoc projects to deliver profitability and efficiency improvements.
Health and Safety
To ensure that you work to a safety first culture and to provide a safe working environment for all your employees, protecting all visitors to the premises and meet all legal requirements.
Your CV shows:
• CIMA/ACA/ACCA qualified
• Degree level education preferable with a financial bias
• Preferable 2/3 years’ post qualified experience in finance
• Able to build up relevant network
• Strong personal presence and good communicator.
• Strong Excel skills.
• Knowledge of SAP and BW preferable
• Full Driving licence with ability to drive in the UK
Dynamic & enthusiastic. Good at organisation, proactive and with an eye for quality? Then we are looking for you!
Are you the Management Accountant we are looking for?
If so, please send your CV with a covering letter through this link (or through the ‘apply’ button). Do you have any questions? Don’t hesitate to ask. Get in touch with Claire Linnett, HR Business Partner, 07796 441034.
Did you know that…
• ForFarmers (Lochem, the Netherlands) is an internationally operating feed company that offers Total Feed solutions for conventional and organic livestock farming.
• ForFarmers has a turnover of 2.4 billion euros and produces 10 million tonnes of animal feed per year?
• ForFarmers employs approximately 2,700 people and has sites in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Poland and the UK?
• ForFarmers invests significantly in sustainability, animal welfare and safety?
• ForFarmers has the ambition to become the best supplier of feed for domestic animals in Europe and is well on its way? And that you can play a role in this?
We offer: excellent employment conditions, a good work atmosphere and plenty of freedom
Working with ForFarmers means working with: an internationally growing and highly dynamic company, a result-orientated organisation with a pleasant and informal work atmosphere, a company that gives you scope for individual initiative and responsibility as a result of which you can partially create your position and your future. Naturally, ForFarmers offers a good salary which suits your role, as well as excellent fringe benefits.