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Commercial Analyst
 
Title: Commercial Analyst
Category: Accounting & Finance
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
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Are you looking for an opportunity with a leading national business? If the answer is YES, Tarmac are recruiting for a Commercial Analyst in Colchester and this could be the ideal role for you.

Joining our team as a Commercial Analyst, you will be entitled to a highly competitive basic salary and a great range of benefits including:

Bonus schemeEnhanced holiday entitlementContributory pension schemeAccess to the Tarmac rewards website with discounts on retailers, holidays, etc.Access to our Employee Assistance helpline for free and confidential advice.Training and development opportunitiesWhat will I be responsible for?

As a Commercial Analyst within our South regional finance team you be a key business partner, supporting our regional and area teams with the delivery of their commercial objectives.  On a daily basis this will involve:

Providing insight to Area Commercial Managers to assist with their decision making and delivery of results.Participating in the regular review of volumes and pricing across the regional business and support the implementation of pricing strategies through the maintenance of our “prompt pricing” tool. Providing analytical support to the Regional and Area business planning and reporting cycles,Updating and maintaining forecasts, budgets and strategic models and templates as required.Supporting the businesses in order to maintain governance and uphold performance standards in line with our Commercial Excellence (CE) principles and Sarbanes Oxley pricing and revenue controls.What are we looking for?

As our ideal Commercial Analyst, you will have the following skills and experience:

Excellent analytical background, with relevant technical skills and understanding.Analytical / accounting experience in large multi-site, construction or manufacturing businesses.Demonstrable understanding of the Aggregates, Asphalt and Readymix organisation and business dynamics, controls and processes.Knowledge of modelling and reporting tools (SAP, Anaplan, Excel.....)Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build and develop relationships and networksExcellent system, reporting and communication skills. Strong commercial acumen.A proven track record of delivery of key control information and contribution to improvement action plansAbility to work under pressureOur Business

At Tarmac, our people have been shaping the world around us for more than 100 years, from the roads we drive on every day, to the buildings, airports, stadiums, offices and hospitals we live in and work in. We are very proud of our history and what makes us the company we are today. We also have huge ambitions for the future and want to continue our growth and innovation to remain at the leading edge of our industry We offer an extensive range of career development opportunities and industry-leading rewards. We’re looking for people who share this passion, enthusiasm and collaborative approach to join our team of over 7,000 employees across the UK. As part of a global business in CRH, the career opportunities are limitless.

If you feel you have the skills and experience required to excel in the role of Commercial Analyst, we want to hear from you. Please click APPLY below to register your interest!

No terminology in this advert is intended to be deemed discriminatory. We are happy to accept applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their age, gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or marital status.
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