Job Title : Assistant Finance Business Partner
Location / Division : Whitstable / Retail
Reports To : Finance Business Partner
ISG's vision is to be the world's most dynamic construction services company, delivering places that help people and businesses thrive.
Our 2,800 worldwide specialists in fit-out, technology, construction and development deliver not just buildings, but also an exceptional delivery dynamic and strong customer relationships built on mutual trust, collaboration, and open communication.
We blend our unparalleled track record, sound processes and proven delivery methods with a fast-paced and agile culture, ensuring we deliver thriving places that are as agile and resilient as their occupants
Provide support to the Finance Business partners in providing financial information and decision support to the Management Board, Divisional Commercial teams and Enabling teams within the Business Unit.
Financial Management and Reporting
Control recharges for overseas jobs ensuring all costs are summarised accurately, soft copied for invoice backup, and reconciled on a monthly basis.
Control and complete the posting of the Time Allocation process.
Prepare and process journals as required.
Process credit checks on existing and potential clients, subcontractors and suppliers as required, retaining soft copies.
Control and analyse data for mobile phones including reporting, posting and cancellations of contracts.
Process HSQE transactions.
Monitor and report on vendor postings and backlogs.
Ensure relevant data backups are performed as required on a regular basis and assist with other Finance administrative processes.
Cash Management and Forecasting
Assist with monitoring project cashflows and producing monthly and long-term cash forecasts as required, including holiday cover.
Skills & Experiences
Good understanding of accounting processes and procedures.
Good IT skills and confident in the use of MS Excel, Word & Outlook.
Ability to communicate effectively via email, telephone or in person at different levels.
Good organisational and workload management skills specifically with the ability to prioritise own work.
Integrity and understanding of care needed with sensitive information.
Able to respond to changing priorities and manage high volume of work.
University degree; GCSE Maths - minimum grade B.
Must be able to take full accountability for their role, actions, judgements and decisions.
Must be passionate about work, committed to excellence and continuous improvement.
Confident in making decisions within policy guidelines.
Must be able to remain calm and focussed in difficult situations.
Won't be afraid to address difficult issues and establish facts.
Must be organised and prioritise own work to deliver on time through managing time effectively
Must be able to build trust and confidence through open communications and informing colleagues about issues that will affect their role
Must be able to use a range of communication skills and adapt these as necessary
Use facts and data to influence an outcome
Presents well to others.
Competitive Family Friendly Policies
Private medical cover (Role dependent)
Pension matching scheme
Discount on selected retailers and gyms
Voluntary benefits such as; cycle to work, child care vouchers