Assistant Finance Analyst – Masonite – Barnsley

Masonite

Overview:

Responsible for review and analysis of P&L and Balance Sheet

Interpretation of financial statements to identify and report key drivers of performance to senior managers

Assist with the production of Rolling Forecasts and annual Budget covering both the P&L and Balance Sheet

Production, analysis & interpretation of periodic KPI reports

Assist with Business Partner requests and production of reports

Opportunity to develop the role to assist the Financial Systems Analyst with the automation of data analytics and application of data visualisation tools

Involvement in Kaizen projects and initiatives

Ad hoc support across internal teams

About you!

University education desirable

Previous business or placement experience desirable

Desire for a long-term career in Finance

Strong analytical skills which allow the individual to quickly focus in on issues and apply proactive commercial thinking

Strong MS Excel skills

Team player who will support colleagues but be able to work on own initiative towards collective goals

About us

At Masonite, we believe a door is more than just a door; and we also know that the employees who build our doors are more than just employees, they work in environments that promote a culture of creativity, collaboration, adaptability and integrity based on a strong commitment to our vision.

In 1924, William Mason did not change the industry when he created Masonite, he created a new one, one that transformed waste into worth and materials into what matters. That revolution is part of Masonite, it is how we are changing the way people think about doors and making everyone see that doors are not about keeping people out, they are about letting people in. At Masonite, we keep our doors open to new perspectives, new voices, and new opportunities. We break down barriers and we help people walk through walls.

We Help People Walk Through Walls

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