Posted 7 months ago

Due to continued rapid growth within the business an exciting opportunity has arisen within the Finance Department working for this Private Healthcare Hospital in Central London

In this role you will be an integral part of a team, who is accountable for your actions and omissions.

An individual who is committed to delivering the highest quality and standard of work, where you will bevalued for your skills and expertise

The Finance department forms part of the Central Function Department, and consists of billing, procurement and liaising with the out-sourced booking/payroll provider.

This is a newly created role reporting to the Chief Finance Officer; you will be working in a small team and will be required to manage a team of three. You will be required to take an active role in their development and on- going training.


  • Responsible for the day to day running of the department
  • Preparing and presenting a cash flow analysis
  • Strategic reporting all on service lines in the business
  • Ensuring to comply for Inter Company Transactions
  • Being the focal point of business cases ensuring all have been financially validated
  • Ensure the VAT submission are done monthly
  • Ensure the company is compliant with international Accounting Standards
  • Pivotal in developing relevant forecast and holding departments against budgets
  • To liaise with project manager to ensure a coherent capital workplan is in place
  • Ensure the business has a true understanding on Margin Analysis
  • Payment Run and Payroll Validation
  • Account management including invoicing, credit control
  • Preparing of year end annual reports and audit planning
  • Preparation of monthly management account
  • Producing daily, weekly and monthly KPI and Dashboard reports
  • Balance sheet reconciliations
  • Updating financial, operational, procedures and documentation regularly
  • Contribute to the development of the Accounts department
  • Liaising with internal and external agencies/services providers
  • Working with stakeholders and member of the senior management team
  • Manage a team consisting of Procurement, Billing and Credit Control
  • To be able to attend key senior meetings and present financial data

Knowledge, training & experience:

Working within Private Healthcare industry is required

Experience of having worked in a similar role i.e., Senior Finance Manager/Financial Analyst/Senior Accountant

Fully qualified accountant (ACA Preferable)

Minimum 5 years’ experience of financial and management accounting

Demonstrable experience analysing and communicating large data sets

Experienced in insurance negotiations

Build and develop internal and external relationships, in order to work collaboratively to foster good relations

Strong technical accounting and analytical skills

Ability to work independently using your own initiative, but know when to ask for help

Flexible and proactive and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances

Problem solver abilities

You will have the ability to complex financial concepts in a clear and concise manner

You must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication and proven computer literacy

Excellent IT skills, including advanced in Microsoft Excel and any other relevant packages

Autonomy/Freedom to Act:

Maintaining confidentiality

To plan own workload

To keep up to date with current procedures

To maintain accurate records

Flexibility to respond to urgent requests

Undertake all training and development courses deemed appropriate for the role as specified by company policy and procedure within agreed timeline


A competitive salary paying up to £55,000

25 days annual leave plus UK holidays

A day off for your birthday

Contributory pension

Private healthcare scheme

Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

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