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2021 is to be a year of change. The Bernard Matthews known in the Norfolk job market today is not the Bernard Matthews they aim to build. Under leadership of the new Finance Director, who has a wealth of experience in FMCG turnaround situations, the finance team has a clear remit to drive change. As a team, they aim to simplify processes and systems, removing and renewing legacy items and drive the business forward to seek new opportunities.
There is no doubt that this is a challenging environment to come into, where resilience is key as well as rolling sleeves up to not just get under the bonnet but to seek and influence change and add value.
Whilst for anyone coming into the team, the task will not be easy, there is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience, reward, and satisfaction. If you would like to be part of a genuinely entrepreneurial business which has a fantastic brand with great heritage and history, working with a team focused on a turnaround project to deliver significant change, this will appeal to you.
An effective finance function should be built on 5 strategic pillars:
1.Rock solid controls and compliance.
2.Effective and efficient processes and systems.
3.Great Business Partnering.
4.Community of Talent.
5.Catalyst for business performance delivery and value creation.
The finance function is actively engaged with the control, planning, and deployment of financial resources, ensuring that resources acquired are put to efficient operational and strategic use, challenging performance, together with ensuring that risks are identified, minimised and liabilities controlled.
• To maintain and improve comprehensive site financial controls.
• Provide business partner support to the Site Director, to drive and improve financial performance.
• To manage and develop the site financial team.
• To seek continual improvement in the process and systems relevant to the needs of the site.
The ideal candidate will have a track record of leading and developing a team of finance professionals within a dynamic and commercial environment. Experience of ERP and BI solutions is essential.
Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, with the confidence to express opinions clearly and the and ability to translate financial matters and communicate to non-financial management is essential.
For a detailed job description and to talk about this exciting role, please contact Tom Earl at Pure, or apply to the position and we can send you more details