A Comprehensive Guide to Treasury Jobs

A Comprehensive Guide to Treasury Jobs

The Treasury Recruitment Company is one of the leading recruitment agencies in the United Kingdom for financial roles and treasurers. Our clientele comprises companies from all sectors including FTSE 100 firms and smaller organisations.

The group treasurer is often a member of the senior management team of an organisation. It’s his or her job to ensure company finances are in order as well as tidy up any financial problems before they become larger issues. A group treasurer requires skills like presenting recommendations on improving strategy, budgeting for future expenses, as well as lowering risk levels.

The Treasury Recruitment Company is involved in shaping successful careers while supporting organisations building better businesses for years to come. The Treasury Recruitment Company was established in 2002 and has a successful track record of working with clients to deliver tailored solutions to suit their needs and budget.

Treasury jobs we recruit for:

. Group treasurer
. Treasury analyst
. Treasury manager
. Risk analyst
. Treasury accountant
. Assistant treasurer
. More…

Typical treasury tasks

A treasurer will manage an organisation’s financial commitments as well as risks. The typical activities may include controlling cash flow, managing investments, and reviewing market conditions. He or she will also advise the company on financial implications and risks that can affect its various departments. The treasurer will manage a team of junior staff and the position involves team management responsibilities.

Key treasury skills

A treasury manager should have presentation skills to present to the company board as well as other stakeholders. They also should liaise with investors, operational staff, and the senior management of the company. The manager should know financial markets as well as keep up with any developments and changes. They should also have a working knowledge of GAAP & financial markets, excellent numeracy, good attention to detail, as well as analytical skills. The manager should also be IT literate in numerous systems that they will be expected to work with.

Qualifications & experience

A treasurer should have a degree in economics, mathematics, or a similar field. Some of them are required to be CFA qualified. Some companies will recruit graduate trainees and train them across multiple finance functions – including treasury functions. On the other hand, finance professionals are able to take ACT exams in order to progress into the corporate treasury.

In fact, a corporate treasury job is a senior management role. Hence, most treasury management roles should have plenty of finance experience including experience in treasury functions. Group treasurers will usually go on to become CFOs and finance directors of organisations.

Treasury FAQ’s

Can I become the first to know about a new treasury job at the Treasury Recruitment Company?

Yes, we keep all the candidates up to date with the roles best suited for them. In fact, you will be the first to know about a treasury role that is right for you. If we don’t have your most recent information, you should send your updated CV in order to help us find the perfect role for you.

What jobs do you have in other countries?

You should look for treasury jobs in Europe as well as the US treasury jobs when searching for a treasury job.

What’s the average salary for treasury jobs?

The global salary survey of the Treasury Recruitment Company is the only survey of its kind. In fact, it’s the biggest treasury sector salary survey to date. It includes the salary data of treasury professionals from across the globe.

What industries are hiring for treasury jobs?

Companies like property management, financial services, manufacturing, and more are currently hiring treasury jobs.