Scott Group - Celebrating 30 years

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Finance Business Partner


The Scott Group is a leading industrial supplies organisation which provides a wide range of goods and services to industrial and manufacturing markets. A family owned business with sites across the UK and in Europe, we combine the volume savings of a national organisation with the presence of a local supplier; leading the market through innovation, quality and service. Our reputation is built upon the values of a family business and the professionalism of a market leader.

An opportunity has arisen for a Finance Business Partner to join our Reconditioned Accounts Team based at Bathgate.

Reporting to the Financial Controller, the successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation of management accounts for multiple sites within the Reconditioned Business Unit.

You will be responsible for preparing and reporting site management packs, spending time reviewing these with Site Managers to drive improvements and efficiency savings.  You will support the sites with the management of internal controls, processes and procedures to ensure accurate and consistent results.

As an experienced Finance Business Partner, ideally qualified or part qualified as an accountant in ACCA or CIMA, you will have experience in the preparation of budgets and forecasts in addition to reporting and presenting management accounts to both financial and non-financial stakeholders.  Ideally you will have had exposure to operations within a trading, commercial or manufacturing industry as well as familiarity of working with an ERP System.  Strong attention to detail, planning and organisational skills along with good business acumen is key to success in this role

Think you have what it takes?  If so, we want to hear from you. Send your CV and covering letter, telling us what you can bring to this role to

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Full Time - Permanent

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