Finance Manager - EMEA

Terex

Finance Manager - EMEA

£80000

Terex, Bellshill, North Lanarkshire

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Remote working

Posted 2 weeks ago, 4 Jul | Get your application in now before you miss out!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 10d51e8671754dc497201bc47bd3bc02

Full Job Description

Join our team at Genie and embark on an exciting opportunity as we seek a skilled and experienced Finance Manager to join the team.

At Genie we believe in fostering a vibrant and inclusive work culture where every individual is empowered to thrive. We're dedicated to driving quality, innovation, embracing diversity, and creating an environment where everyone feels valued and respected.

We're committed to excellence in everything we do, and we're seeking talented individuals who share our passion and values to join our team.

This position is the regional Finance leader for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). The Finance Manager will report to the Director Global Commercial Finance and work closely with the functional business leaders to guide, support, and influence financial performance through financial planning & analysis.

We are looking for a top performer who is proactive, has a passion for leading / inspiring teams, and enjoys collaborating with others to drive results.

What you'll do

  • Analyze performance and develop revenue and cost forecasts for the region

  • Actively participate on Sales deal analysis and go to market strategies

  • Lead regional headcount planning

  • Partner with local operations to manage facility footprint, taxes, etc.

  • Actively participate in Capex water lining, Operations reviews, and Business planning.

  • Embrace continuous improvement by developing and implementing process improvements, and finance functional best practices

  • Lead, develop and mentor a team of professionals and liaise with segment FP&A, Commercial and operational finance functions to achieve departmental finance objectives, ensuring financial and operational compliance.

  • Perform ad hoc analysis as required

  • Quarterly on site meetings in Telford, UK with team and up to 2 International trips per year

    5+ years' experience in finance

  • Experience as a people manager

  • Bachelor's degree in finance or closely related field


  • Desired Technical Skills / Experience
  • Advanced degree preferred, MBA or Finance

  • Experience in manufacturing industry is preferred

  • Experience in an international environment and ability to interact successfully with different cultures

  • Experience reporting within complex legal entity and multi-currency reporting structures

  • Experience managing key projects which cross departments and business entities

  • Proficient in One Stream, Cognos or other BI tool and advanced user of Excel

  • Proficient in Oracle, SAP or other major ERP

  • Strong collaboration and strategic decision-making skills


  • Desired Competencies
  • Proven track record of developing and leading high-performing diverse teams

  • Operates effectively, even when things are not certain or the way forward is not clear

  • Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity

  • Builds partnerships and works collaboratively across a diverse organization to meet shared objectives

  • Sees ahead to future possibilities and translating them into breakthrough strategies

  • Builds strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions

  • Creates a climate where people are motivated to do their best to help the organization achieve its objectives with a focus on continuous improvement

  • Self-starter who is able to thrive in a dynamic environment under short timelines and changing priorities

  • Ability to translate complex business operating models and operational indicators into financial performance

  • Proven track record of breaking down and solving complex problems with sound business judgment and able to distill complex issues into structured frameworks and concrete action plans

  • As this role is covering the EMEA region there will be occasional travel involved across the multiple sites

    We are a global company, and our culture is defined by our Values Integrity, Respect, Improvement, Servant Leadership, Courage, and Citizenship.

  • Safety is an absolute way of life. We expect all team members to prioritize safety and commit to Zero Harm.

  • Our top priority is creating an inclusive environment where every team member feels safe, supported, and valued.

  • We make a positive impact by providing innovative solutions, engaging our people, and operating in a sustainable way.

  • We are committed to helping team members reach their full potential.

  • Through innovation and collaboration, our vision remains forward-looking, and we aim to be a catalyst for change, inspiring others to build a better world for generations.

  • We offer competitive salaries, an annual bonus, a range of policies to support your work life balance including remote working, we have private healthcare as well as holidays, pension, life assurance, LinkedIn Learning, on site free parking