Senior Commercial Finance Analyst

Axon Moore ,
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annum


Senior Commercial Finance Analyst | e-Commerce | Market leader | Rapid growth | Business partnering Axon Moore is exclusively representing one of the world’s leading and fastest growing e-commerce businesses as they look to hire a Senior Commercial Finance Analyst to support decision making in a team that is the commercial heartbeat of the organisation. Based in the Manchester City Centre and reporting into the FP&A Manager, we have an excellent opportunity for a finalist/qualified and commercially driven analyst/accountant to join. In this role you will be business partnering key departments and senior stakeholders, making full use of your commercial acumen to drive value creation, adopting a data-led approach to recognise trends and undertake relevant analysis. • You will provide actionable insight to support business decision making and planning, acting as a genuine business partner. • You will enjoy the challenge of commanding large and complex datasets to produce analysis and insight, supporting non-finance staff in identifying opportunities, understanding current performance and planning future trade. • You will have a proven capability of extracting relevant and accurate data from various sources, being able to model and present this in easy to understand formats. • You will manage a small team of bright, talented analysts. Whilst it is important to be a commercially minded, qualified (or finalist) accountant, we are looking for bright, dynamic self-starters, who will be given the platform to achieve extraordinary things. The relaxed environment helps breed creativity and encourages independent thought whilst encouraging individuals to work together towards a collective goal, having fun along the way. If you are keen to find out more and would like to have a confidential conversation about the business and the role, simply submit an application and someone will be in touch shortly. This job was originally posted as