An exciting opportunity has arisen to join Nobu Hotels first European hotel, Nobu Hotel Shoreditch. We are seeking a Finance Manager to join our team to re-open and relaunch Nobu Hotel Shoreditch.
Located on Willow Street in the Shoreditch area of London, the hotel features 164 rooms including 8 signature suites, an incredible rooftop penthouse suite, a Nobu restaurant with outdoor courtyard, an all day Nami Bar, a Nobu Café and a Nobu Spa. Additionally, the property boasts 350 square metres of private event space.
·Reporting to the Director of Finance, this role oversees the finance function of the whole hotel (rooms and F&B)
·Oversee and manage development of 2 direct reports into the finance department
·Assist in preparation of cash flow forecast on a monthly basis.
·Assist in preparation of hotel Forecast on a weekly basis
·Oversee preparation of accurate and timely monthly financial statements.
·Complete month end reconciliations and journals (inc. accruals, prepayments, income, payroll)
·Prepare and process VAT return
·Manage and oversee monthly payroll for the hotel. Ensure that the monthly payroll process is accurate and payments to the Staff & HMRC are made on time.
·Develop and maintain internal controls in all departments.
·Operate in compliance with all local, state and federal laws and government regulations.
·Ensure property is in compliance with Management Contract.
·Co- ordinate external audit requirements
·Assist in development of Risk Management program. Maintain insurance (general liability, property and Worker’s Compensation) programs.
·Coordinate all financial audits by outside concerns.
·Work with the Sales Department to develop programs and procedures to maximize the Property’s revenue.
·Ensure effective solution oriented communication within the department and with other operation departments.
In return we offer a very competitive package that includes:
•28 days annual leave, increasing with length of service
•Meals on duty
•Company pension scheme
Nobu Hotel Shoreditch is an equal opportunities employer.
In line with the requirements of the Asylum & Immigration Act 1996, all applicants must be eligible to live and work in the United Kingdom. Documented evidence of eligibility will be required from candidates as part of the recruitment process.