Cluster Financial Controller, London – Position Filled

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Our client is a hotel operator with hotels situated across the UK and Ireland. They now have an opportunity for a Cluster Financial Controller to be based in London.

Position Summary:
The Cluster Financial Controller is expected to ensure the efficient running of the finance function within their hotels with responsibilities including:

  • Clear and consistent management of controls and compliance
  • Ensuring that the high level of reporting standards are being maintained
  • Provide business acumen to parties both within and outside the finance function to ensure that risk is mitigated and opportunity taken
  • Partner with the GM’s and other non-finance related disciplines to deliver on the overall objectives of the business

The successful candidate will also need to set out clear and concise instruction as to the role of their resources having a communication plan that sets out the objectives, goals and progress being made.  This should include the business plans and strategy in the following areas:

  • Commercial Focus
  • Controls & Compliance
  • Month End
  • Weekly Tasks
  • People Focus

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Co-ordinate the Year End and Interim Audit processes of the portfolio including the review and sign-off of information being submitted to External Auditors
  • Budgeting / Interim Presentations – detailed reviews before submission. Ensure that the numbers make sense and reflect the strategy of the property.
  • Assist with the capital expenditure process, work with GM’s and senior team members to ensure accuracy of applications and submissions of requests.
  • ESG responsibility to include the monitoring of energy, gas, water & waste. To effectively communicate consumption and to fully support the ESG committee.

For more information or to apply, please contact Andrea at or call on +44 20 8600 1161

Divisional Learning & Development Manager – Position Filled

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Our client is a hospitality and leisure company that operates luxury hotels, train services and river cruises worldwide.

They now have a opportunity for a Divisional Learning & Development Manager to join the Human Resources team at their office in London. This position offers a Hybrid working system- three days in the office and two days working from home.

With the opportunity to travel to European locations such as France, Italy, Switzerland and Scotland, this is a fantastic opportunity to ensure that the service and quality that their clients have come to expect continues on into the future.

Position Overview:

  • Be responsible for helping the various teams to advance their skills and knowledge
  • Devise an organisational learning and development strategy, oversee its implementation, and assess its outcomes.
  • Enhance teams’ skills, performance, productivity and quality of work through creating and delivering personalised and relevant training material and courses
  • Identify training and developmental needs and drive suitable training initiatives

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create and execute learning strategies and courses and create, update and implement departmental standard operating procedures
  • Implement various learning methods for the Division (e.g. coaching, job-shadowing, online training).
  • Design and deliver e-learning and in-person courses, workshops, and other trainings.
  • Assess the success of development plans and help employees make the most of learning opportunities.
  • Implement measures and systems to improve cost efficiency and the internal and external customer experience.
  • Work towards ensuring high levels of Employee engagement, as well as positively contribute to the Employee engagement levels of the Company overall
  • To maintain the Company’s training equipment and training library of resources
  • To co-ordinate and manage interns and hotel school trainees; act as a liaison between the Company and the schools, compile practical training schedules and handle any matters relating to the trainees and interns as and when required.

Candidate Requirements:

  • Ideally from a hotel background preferably with luxury experience
  • Previous experience within a learning & development environment


  • Competitive salary
    Private healthcare, Employer contribution pension
  • Hybrid working
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity pay

For more information or to apply, please contact Tairona at or call on +44 208 600 1164

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