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Posted on: 17 November 2022
Ordnance Survey are currently looking for a Finance Analyst to join our team. At OS, we believe work is something you do, not somewhere you go. We embrace a hybrid working model where we believe the choice is with the individual on when they work from our fantastic offices in Southampton or London, or from home. You will join us on a full-time, permanent basis and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £34,476 - £38, 532 per annum.
Ordnance Survey (OS) provides national mapping services for Great Britain and is a world-leading provider of geospatial solutions. OS location data and expertise has helped governments make smarter decisions, businesses gain valuable data insight, and everyone experience the world outside for over 225 years.
We offer fantastic benefits in return for joining us as our Finance Analyst:
As our Finance Analyst, you will be maintaining financial processes, systems and controls as well as analysing and reporting on financial performance. This role is key to ensuring we promote effective financial management across OS.
Your responsibilities as our Finance Analyst will include:
What we’re looking for in our Finance Analyst:
Join us and you will have an opportunity to make an impact. To empower projects that deliver real-world benefits across Britain and internationally. To hear our customers say they couldn’t have done it without us. And to be central to OS’s vision: to be recognised as world leaders in geospatial services; creating location insight for positive impact.
Closing date: Sunday 27 November 2022
If you would like to be a part of this, click ‘apply’ now to be considered as our Finance Analyst - we’d love to hear from you!
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