Amazon UK

AWS Finance Manager, AWS Public Sector Sales Finance

Recruiter
Amazon UK
Location
London, Greater London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive salary
Posted
25 Feb 2024
Closes
23 Mar 2024
Ref
2544074
Approved employers
Approved employer
Job role
Finance manager
Experience level
Manager
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Sales, Marketing and Global Services Finance team! We are looking for an entrepreneurial, analytical and creative Finance Manager to be a key member in our AWS Public Sector Industry Group. AWS Public Sector is one of the fastest growing divisions within Amazon as a whole and is paving the way for innovation and supporting world-changing projects in government, education and non-profit organizations. The successful candidate will be central to helping driving the sales strategy, partnering across Global leaders to build financial plans, evaluate investment opportunities and help identify opportunities for growth.

Some of the key role responsibilities:

- be a financial business partner to the Public Sector Industry team, collaborating with them and their teams to develop financial plans, rationalize investments and ensure long term stewardship of business performance

- managing financial rhythms of the business including: headcount and budget controllership, the annual operating plan, regular forecast process, month-end-close reporting and variance analysis, and analytical support for senior management

- build and evolve financial models for new business concepts, enabling the business to understand the financial impact of large scale investment plans

- collaborating across a complex matrix of Sales, Finance and Operations to deliver results that ultimately benefit the customer

This role requires a self-starter with a strong financial modelling background, advanced Excel abilities, problem solving skills, a keen attention to detail, an ability to work in a fast-paced environment with ambiguous situations, and project management skills.

We are open to hiring candidates to work out of one of the following locations:

London, GBR

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

- - Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business or related field

- - Financial Professional Qualification - ACA / CA / CIMA

- - Extensive relevant work experience, with progressively increasing levels of responsibility

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

- - MBA / CFA / CPA qualification in lieu of ACA / CA / CIMA

- - Strong interpersonal skills including written and oral communication skills

- - Analytical skills, a passion for metrics and figures, and the ability to get into the details, while also seeing and understanding the big picture

- - Business judgment capable of driving a diverse organization to the right results with a focused, pragmatic approach

- - Bias for action, including the ability to juggle multiple priorities and meet deadlines

- - Advanced proficiency in Excel experience working with large-scale data mining, and using reporting tools (i.e. Excel, Tableau)

- - Comfortable with ambiguity and creative problem-solving, ability to work with autonomy

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