Quanticate UK - Head Office

  • Commercial Business Analyst

    Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Hitchin
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(10/1/2018 4:17 AM)
    ID
    2018-1705
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Finance
  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a financial business analyst who holds 1+ years of experience and is part qualified.

     

    As the Commercial Business Analyst you will be involved with the provision of monthly reports and project accounting for major clients. This includes analysis and understanding of the profitability of those clients.

     

    This is an exciting opportunity for someone to be based in our Hitchin office, looking to develop their current skills and grow with our company.

    Responsibilities

    • Working closely with the Operations, Project Management and Business Development departments to calculate project revenue recognition and to ensure project invoicing according to the contract scope for major clients.
    • Review of accrued and deferred income assess potential write offs/profit taking for major clients
    • To work with contracts to ensure that all of the contractual terms for invoicing major clients are kept up-to-date and accurate in the accounting records and the project application
    • Working with the Commercial Finance Manager on the review of profitability of major clients which will include project run rates, cost of resources, utilisation and quoted rates
    • Provision of rate cards, quote models for specific bids and margin calculations for ATRs/ATOs, including attendance at Quote Reviews and Sales Meetings as required by the Commercial Finance Manager
    • Ad hoc requests as required

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor degree (Accounting/Finance)
    • Have at least 1 years work experience in industry preferably in a project based environment
    • Service industry experience, preferably in pharmaceuticals, CRO and/or IT

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