Treasury Manager

Location: Gloucestershire
Salary: £40,000 - £55,000
Job type: Permanent
Posted on: 3 Jan 2019

Michael Page Treasury are recruiting a Treasury Manager for an energy services provider based at their offices in Gloucestershire.

Reporting to the Group Financial Controller, the successful candidate will hold an integral part in strategising for the long-term function of the Treasury team. The role will include a detailed focus on the day-to-day cash and treasury activities, cash-flow forecasting and working capital improvements.

Detailed job description

The key responsibilities of the Treasury Manager will include:

  • Preparation of the cash flow forecast: bi-weekly for 18 weeks and monthly for 12 months rolling
  • Maintain and improve the existing cashflow forecasting process
  • Performing and reporting variance analysis against previous forecasts to improve forecasting
  • Development of the existing cash flow forecast workbook to ensure model integrity, data accuracy and to enable decision support
  • Identify ongoing cashflow and working capital improvements
  • Monitor and review the daily bank reconciliation process to ensure there are no misstatements in reported cash and overdraft balances for treasury entities
  • Developing and implementing treasury procedures and controls
  • Review on business bank accounts
  • Key point of contact for transaction bank support, maintain mandates and admin rights
  • Daily monitoring of cash flows and payment approval process
  • High level of understanding of debt/loan financed business model and commitments of this arrangement
  • Assist the wider team with month end and year end reporting
  • Participate in any ad-hoc activities as requested

Candidate's profile

To be considered for the Treasury Manager position you should have:

  • Part-qualified accountant (ACA/ACCA/CIMA) OR treasury qualification equivalent
  • Proven experience working within a similar role
  • Excellent IT skills, in particular Excel modelling and formulae
  • Exceptional analytical skills with the ability to challenge and identify improvements to be made
  • Excellent communication skills in order to interact between Group Finance and other key stakeholders and teams throughout the business and externally
  • Self-motivated and self-starter with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Strong working ethics and be dynamic and enthusiastic to strive for highest levels of accuracy
  • Be able to build strong working relationships with both external and internal stakeholders

Find out more and apply

Please contact:
Helen Jones
Reference: 13979783

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