Commercial Business Partner
Rutherford Cross
December 11, 2013
Job Type
Scotland & UK
Industry & Commerce
Commercial Finance and Analysis


Rutherford Cross has been retained by a market leading multinational company to identify and engage the highest calibre qualified Accountant’s to undertake a number of key commercial finance roles across the organisation. Working for a world renowned brand and reporting to Senior Controller level, the successful applicants will have a broad remit including providing a first class business partnering service to key stakeholders, ensuring robust financial controls are in place, and driving greater value through analysis and insight.

Specifically this will include:

  • Working closely with senior commercial stakeholders, adding value through insight, challenge and support as a trusted finance business partner
  • Contributing to top line growth through insight and analysis, and ensuring effective financial controls and governance are in place
  • Driving greater value through detailed appraisal of all commercial developments, regular review of financial performance, and financial modelling and analysis of potential deal opportunities
  • Budgeting and planning support to commercial stakeholders ensuring the delivery of top line growth

In order to be considered for these business partnering opportunities, you will be degree qualified, hold a professional accountancy qualification, and be excited by the opportunity to be part of a fast moving global business that offers excellent career potential.  Our client is focussed on recruiting only the best candidates from the market in order to add to the quality of an already high performing commercial finance team.

Expected candidate backgrounds include qualified accountant’s looking to make their first move into industry or with experience of working in complex, large scale business environments.

To apply, please contact our retained advisor Billy McCarthy at Rutherford Cross.

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