Finance Project Manager (M&A)

Hays Poland

  • Gdańsk

    Gdańsk, Pomeranian
  • offer expired over a month ago
  • contract of employment
  • full-time
  • senior specialist (Senior)
  • hybrid work
  • remote recruitment

Recruitment for

For our Client, a global digital company, we are looking for a Finance Project Manager (M&A) who will join an international team.

Your responsibilities

  • Performing various risk assessment and financial analysis projects, including root cause analysis and support in development of remediations

  • Ensuring proper compliance of relevant JSOX rules within OpCos, performing J-SOX compliance testing in Ricoh, EMEA region

  • Providing finance deal support and associated analysis for acquisitions across Ricoh Business Units in EMEA

  • Preparing written reports for management on projects progress and other requested topics

  • Risk assessment and financial compliance - work with internal stakeholders across the business to help prepare initial risk assessment, identify root cause of issues and support development of risk mitigation strategies

  • Mergers and acquisitions:

  • Help prepare the business case (identify, gather, and verify key information ensuring that it is included where relevant in Go/No Go assessments, provide financial inputs to the due diligence analysis)

  • Support preparation of Purchase Price Accounting (provide inputs into acquisition accounting papers as required, IFRS conversion and opening balance sheet FV adjustments, identification of intangible assets, using Ricoh approach and tools)

  • Monitor current status of any earn-out levels according to business case and current performance

  • Provide necessary information for impairment testing

Employer requirements

  • Strong understanding of internal control environments

  • M&A, due diligence or audit experience,

  • Knowledge of IFRS and Sarbanes Oxley

  • Ability to speak a second language preferred but not essential

  • Critical thinking and risk analysis

  • Audit (incl. SOX) or Due Dilligence related experience

  • Advanced computer skills, especially Excel (e.g. pivot tables, advanced macros) would be beneficial to facilitate analysis

  • Ability to communicate well across functions, departments and operating companies and ability to interact effectively with key managers and with upper-level management when required

  • Possesses analytical and problem-solving skills, organisational sensitivity. Good writing and listening skills and ability to communicate concisely

What employer offers

  • Standard benefit package (Multisport, Luxmed, private life insurance, benefits cafeteria)

  • Work in a hybrid model

  • Annual bonus system

  • Language programs (Learnlight)

  • A rich package of training courses

  • Bonuses and additional days off based on tenure

  • Referral program

  • An office in a great location

  • Wellbeing sessions

Benefits

  • sharing the costs of sports activities

  • private medical care

  • sharing the costs of foreign language classes

  • sharing the costs of professional training & courses

  • remote work opportunities

  • employee referral program