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Commercial Finance Analyst

Requisition Id:  565

Glasgow, Scotland, GB, G1 3DN

About Edrington

Edrington’s vision is to give more by crafting exceptional ultra-premium spirit brands. The Macallan is our central focus, supported by Highland Park and The Glenrothes in the fast-growing single malt category and Naked Malt in the blended malt category. Our portfolio is completed with The Famous Grouse Blended Scotch Whisky, Brugal premium rum from the Dominican Republic and Noble Oak American Whiskey. Edrington also has strategic partnerships for No.3 London Dry Gin and Wyoming Whiskey. 

Remuneration and Package

  • Salary £37,000 - £46,000 per annum
  • 37 days holiday + 4 Giving More Days
  • Attractive pension 
  • Share reward scheme
  • Flexible working
  • Global wellbeing programme 
  • Product Allowance

Position Summary

As a result of an internal move an opportunity has arisen to join our Global Travel Retail (GTR) as a Commercial Finance Analyst. Reporting to the Finance Manager, GTR, this role will provide key financial analysis and decision support to the Europe and Americas Commercial teams along with the wider Global Travel Retail team as required.  As well as supporting the commercial direction of the team, this role is key in commercial forecasting and monthly performance evaluation.

Job Description

Key responsibilities for the role include:

  • Acting as the Finance business partner to the Commercial team, providing value-adding analytical support to aid decision making
  • Undertake pricing reviews including appropriate challenge to Commercial teams as required
  • Reviewing profitability analysis to flag unusual trends and ensure optimal allocation of malt products
  • Carry out investment analysis including the tracking of spend and pre and post ROI evaluation
  • Preparing budget and forecasts whilst evaluating month end performance and highlighting risks and opportunities to forecast
  • Analyse monthly Business Unit insight dashboard with a view to providing additional analysis at a localised level
  • Work with Supply Chain colleagues to ensure malt allocation adjustments are recognised and financial impacts understood

Skills and Experience

The ideal candidate will be educated to degree level or equivalent with a professional finance qualification.  Experience of problem solving and evidence of addressing problems with solutions is vital, as is a proactive approach to thinking about issues before they materialise. The ability and confidence to present to senior leaders is essential, whilst strong IT skills relevant to role are desirable, particularly MS Excel and PowerPoint.

Employee Value Proposition

At Edrington, you will experience an incredible culture based on respect and giving more. We are exceptionally passionate about our brands and genuinely care about our people, continually investing in their development and wellbeing. Join Edrington and make a world of difference.