UK Finance Manager

Hadley Group is a world leader in advanced cold rolled steel technology, with manufacturing facilities in Europe, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. We deliver innovative solutions with applications across sectors as diverse as construction, automotive, industrial and agriculture. Our continuing growth and success is entirely dependent upon our ability to attract, retain and develop the best people, and it is for this reason that we promote continuous personal development for everyone working at the Hadley Group.



As a Finance Manager, your responsibilities will include overseeing end-to-end finance operations, financial planning and analysis, balance sheet reconciliation, looking to make improvements to procedures and controls, as well as ad-hoc projects and requests as and when they come up.


  • Ensure the production of accurate and timely financial information and management accounts to support divisional and group requirement.
  • Lead the divisional planning and budgeting processes and monitoring thereof.
  • Hands on validation, reporting and monitoring of site inventory levels. Pro-actively challenging stakeholders when required.
  • Control and oversight of divisional balance sheet and working capital.
  • Monthly reporting and justification of actual site P&L performance.
  • Clear analysis of monthly turnover and margins.
  • Clear analysis of material scrap and other workorder variances.
  • Prepare flash reports.
  • Prepare and monitor monthly cost accruals.
  • Monthly reporting of management KPI’s.
  • Process of invoices and payments.
  • Key user and responsible for proper LN Infor Finance process transactions.
  • Support and assist the Head Office finance team where required.

Education and Qualification(s)

  • A recognised professional accountancy qualification. CIMA, ACCA, ACA.


  • At least three years working experience within a manufacturing company.
  • At least five years working experience within an accounting role.
  • Basic knowledge and affinity with manufacturing industries.
  • Experience with manufacturing accounting is an advantage.
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications (Paticularly Excel)
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Excellent leadership and people management skills
  • Willingness to support and mentor junior staff
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Self-motivated with a can-do attitude
  • Attention to detail.
  • Investigation and diagnostic skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Able to manage sensitive and confidential information.
  • Empathy with users
  • Takes ownership and is accountable.


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