• Full Time
  • London
  • This position has been filled.

Following a year of impressive growth a Series C E-Commerce start-up operating in the fashion space is looking for an ambitious FP&A Analyst to business partner the operational growth of the company. Reporting the Head of FP&A, with significant exposure to the CFO & FD, this role is suited for someone looking to work in a fast-past, self-start environment with a want to learn how to scale an organisation effectively.


  • Responsible for ensuring that monthly forecasts reflect the latest outlook, reviewing and challenging assumptions and ensuring any known risks and opportunities are understood and communicated.
  • Contribute towards the medium term planning, annual budgeting and consolidated forecasting processes for the whole business Support the FP&A team by embedding wider budget discipline and process efficiency across the business
  • Provide analysis and assessment of performance against the agreed budget and monthly plans, identifying trends and making recommendations for improvements.
  • Partner with the business to perform investment appraisal to support long- and short-term investment decisions and support with post-investment appraisals to track performance of post-investment results versus original business case
  • Establish daily monitoring controls and a cross-functional resolution process where
  • needed.
  • Suggest & contribute to process efficiency for monthly and quarterly KPI performance monitoring as well as for forecasting purposes. E.g leveraging new systems and automating reporting.
  • Support the Head of FP&A in identifying cost or margin improvement opportunities
  • (e.g. use of recruitment, staff benefits, ROI on outsourcing teams)

Who you are:

  • Have excellent academic qualifications, with a degree in a numeric or business related subject
  • Finalist or newly Qualified Accountant
  • Highly proficient with Microsoft Excel and financial modelling
  • Experience in financial planning, displaying strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work effectively in fast-paced environment with quickly evolving, often ambiguous or uncertain, business goals
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders at all levels
  • A positive ‘can do’ attitude
  • Previous experience in business partnering HR/Talent would be beneficial

Salary: £40-50K