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P2P Analyst

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Want to think for yourself? As P2P Analyst at RB, you’ll have the freedom to find new ways to improve cashflow, keep suppliers happy and strengthen our business.

P2P Analyst

Slough, Berkshire 

Competitive Salary & excellent benefits package 

Playing a crucial role in the smooth running of our finances, you’ll be responsible for providing analytical support for our accounts payable team. You’ll manage and set up vendors. You’ll support projects. You’ll provide account analysis and reporting, complete payments and control expenses. You’ll process, verify and reconcile invoices. Ultimately, your analysis will provide insights that allow us to improve our cashflow, strengthen controls and manage our costs.

You’ll succeed because… 

…you’ve an understanding of accounting or financial analysis. You’ve worked with finance reporting systems and are hungry to learn. You thrive under pressure. You have a close attention to detail and your analytical mindset means you spot things others miss. You’re curious. Most importantly, you’re tenacious, willing to investigate queries and see them through to resolution.

You’ll love it because… 

…you’ll get to make an impact like never before. You’ll be responsible for your own projects - we can’t wait to listen to your ideas. The products you help us get out there will make people’s lives better. Our iconic brands will provide an incredible platform for you. And our dynamic, ownership-driven culture will help bring the very best out of you, every day.


In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly global organisation.
RB is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by appropriate law. All hiring decisions are made based on merit, competence and business need.

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