|Title||Performance and Finance Reporting Manager|
|Salary||£40,188 - £44,208|
|Number of Positions||1|
|Working Pattern||Full Time|
|Closing Date||27 Feb 2017|
Highways England is the new government company charged with driving forward our motorways and major A roads. Building on the successful 21 year heritage of the Highways Agency, we maintain and enhance the most important communications network in the country, the Strategic Roads Network. A network valued at just over £104 billion, which carries approximately one-third of all road traffic in England and nearly two-thirds of all heavy freight traffic.
We are responsible for modernising and maintaining the highways, running the network and keeping traffic moving. Over recent years investment in our highways has increased. This has led to advances in technology, such as smart motorways; enabling traffic to flow better. However even more is planned to be done.
Our vision is to be the world’s leading road operator which means that we need to become a high performing organisation. It's an exciting time to start a Highways England career. With £11 billion to invest in major road improvements over the next 5 years, there’s an opportunity for you to be part of something special.
For further information on Highways England, please visit our website: http://www.highways.gov.uk/highways-england/
Are you a highly organised finance professional looking for your next opportunity? Are you CCAB qualified and experienced in financial management and performance reporting.
We are seeking a competent and communicative Performance and Finance Reporting Manager to be responsible for the provision and continuous improvement of Management Information provided on behalf of CIP. This includes the access, quality, efficiency and accuracy of performance reporting.
We offer a competitive salary, flexible working and a rewarding and dynamic working environment.
The Complex Infrastructure Programme was established in 2014 to create a focus within Highways England to grow the expertise and capability to deliver large and complex Projects. The Programme has a strong focus on growing expertise and capability through learning and developing best practice from across the Projects.
The Complex Infrastructure Programme is a £7-8bn Programme currently comprising of three Projects; the A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme, which started construction in 2016 and the Lower Thames Crossing and A303 Stonehenge schemes, both of which are in their earlier options phase.
The Performance and Finance Reporting Manager is responsible for ensuring that CIP financial responsibilities and timelines are adhered to. You will work collaboratively to provide or facilitate specialist advice and guidance on the application of financial principles, policy and procedures.
Working with the wider Programme Management office (PMO) team, you will support the implementation of system and process changes and to help mature the PMO delivery across the programme.
The responsibilities of this role are:
All applications must be accompanied with a current CV which will be used to assess your suitability for the role. Please ensure all the skills, experience and qualifications requested are clearly demonstrated in your CV as explained in the body of the advert.
All applicants must have a valid passport and right to work in the UK which will need to be produced at interview stage.
Please note that Highways England reserve the right to close the advert before the advertised closing date should a sufficient response have been received. Therefore, please complete your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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