Global Cash Management Manager

Site Name: UK - London - Brentford
Posted Date: Feb 17 2020
As a Global Cash Manager (GCM) you will be responsible for increasing GSK's cash management value creation, through transformation and simplification through:

  • Strategic Review: Transactional banking & Working capital
  • Relationship Management: Internal & External stakeholders
  • Brand Management: GCM is to be a Value Adding Centre of Excellence

This is a fantastic opportunity to move into a global role and join GSK in an exciting period of transformation.

Your responsibilities:
  • You will drive the implementation of Treasury strategies to support the liquidity requirements of the GSK businesses
  • To improve and simplify cash management structures and processes across all GSK Businesses
  • You will work with the Director - Global Cash Management ("Director - GCM") to develop value adding solutions for GSK
  • To develop and maintain strong relationships with Local Operating Companies ("LOC")
  • You will ensure GSK Businesses (LOCs) adhere to the Treasury policies and procedures
  • To develop and maintain strong relationships with GSK's Transactional Global Relationship Banks ("GRB"s)
  • To advise on and validate Banking services for LOCs and to provide assurance on Banking activity spend
  • You will manage delivery of Treasury projects that impact the department.
  • Identify new technologies for the enhancement of the treasury operations
  • Identify, monitor and report on KPI for the department
  • Develop policy, implement and ensure compliance such that appropriate service is provided whilst ensuring relevant controls are in place and operative.

Basic qualifications:

  • Tertiary Qualified - preferably with a business or system background
  • Demonstrated experience with Treasury Best Practices
  • Experience of transactional banking operations
  • Solid Global Cash Management experience - this includes the management and implementation of complex cash structure
  • Experienced managing cross-border transactions
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Flexible thinking
  • Experienced leading projects
  • Strong interpersonal & leadership skills
  • Multi-country work experience
  • Experience leading cross-functional teams to deliver to a fixed timeline.


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