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Manufacturing Cost Analyst / Manufacturing Accountant
SALARY: £38-48K DOE
Our Client are an innovative and successful plastic recycling company with a history of success throughout Europe. They have gained a deserved reputation for the quality of their service due to constantly concentrating on delivering solutions that are tailored specifically to match their client's needs. We are proud to be helping them with their ongoing expansion within the UK.
Due to continual expansion we are now searching for a Factory Cost Analyst with experience in the Manufacturing industry.
*Implement and maintain budgeting systems
*Drive cost and profit opportunities
*Develop and enhance operating systems
*Responsible for end of month reporting
*Produce detailed costing reports
*Analyse cost and production reports
You will need to be an experienced Cost Analyst with the following attributes:
*Working towards a CCAB qualification or CIMA qualified
*Interested in manufacturing
*Happy to get involved and not afraid to get your hands dirty
*Looking to make an impact and grow with a business
*Can problem solve
*Experience of plastic manufacturing market and scrap waste would be great but not essential.
*Values are at the core of this business and they are looking for someone with similar ethics of integrity & honesty
Alternative Titles: Factory cost analyst, Costing analysis, Factory Analysis, Manufacturing costing analysis. UK plant Analysis, Financial Plant analysis, Financial Plant analyst, cost analysis, Finance Analysis, Business Analysis, Business Analyst, Cost analysit, manufacturing account, production analyst.
This role is commutable from: Cambridge, Peterborough, Ely, Leicester, Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, Norwich, Norfolk, Huntingdon, Royston, Corby, Kettering, Northampton, Bury St Edmunds, Nottingham, Bedford, Rugby, Grantham, Derby.
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