Budget and Forecasting Manager
CLdN is a leading provider of integrated quay-to-quay and door-to-door logistics solutions. Founded in 1928, CLdN ensures reliable, cost-effective transport that links the major economic areas of Europe. With 30 ships and more than 200 sailings a week, CLdN provides shortsea roll-on / roll-off (RoRo) connections between the European continent, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Iberia and Scandinavia and offers the lowest CO2 footprint of all Western European RoRo operators. CLdN’s cargo and multimodal services have a Europe-wide reach using CLdN’s extensive network of ships, terminals and equipment. CLdN’s 3,000 employees ensure that it fulfils its mission: to excel as an integrated provider of maritime links.
In order to support the group to the next strategic phase, CLdN is looking for an experienced Budget and Forecasting manager to develop, present, and oversee financial budgets and forecasts at group level on an annual basis.
Within this new key position, you will be in charge of monitoring and forecasting existing income and expenses sources in order to ensure that resources are allocated effectively to deliver the organisation’s mission best.
Reporting to the CFO and working with internal stakeholders on an international level, this position requires a hands-on person who will confidently work with all budget holders across the varied functions and countries. The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborator with a proven ability to communicate about the financial complexities of business models.
Within this challenging position, you will be in charge of the following tasks:
Develop, present, and oversee financial budgets and forecasts at group level on an annual basis.
Collaborate with executives and controllers of the different business units in order to improve the internal financial reporting
Deliver a step-change of financial data reporting for all areas of the organisation, improving the quality, accuracy, and timelines of critical management information to drive decision-making.
Ad hoc projects.
Master degree in Finance, Accounting or related field.
Significant experience of 3-5 years, ideally in a budget management role in a global organisation.
Knowledge of IFRS standards would be considered as an advantage.
Excellent levels of IT literacy, to include: MS Excel; Teams, MS Outlook as well as experience working with data and reporting systems (Power BI).
English – fluent speaker level proficiency – good verbal and writing skills
An ability to thrive in a dynamic, changeable environment.
Excellent time management and organisational skills and ability to meet deadlines.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups of people in a multicultural and team-oriented environment.
Located in the centre of Luxembourg, you are flexible to travel occasionally.
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