Dozens is revolutionising the way people manage their money and challenging the entire financial industry in the process.

How you manage your money can have a hugely positive or negative effect on your life. It affects everything from how you live, to decisions you can make and experiences you have, even your mental health. Yet it’s something we’re not taught about in school nor by the institutions who hold our money.

Why? You’d think your bank is there to help with our finances, right?

The truth is that banks, building societies and fintechs have always relied on debt for profit. They actually encourage customers to spend in order to charge for overdrafts, and offer short term loans. They need people to mismanage their money to keep their profits and investors happy.

Isn’t there a massive conflict of interest there?

You want to do everything you can to secure your future – yet, your bank wants you to slip up, so it can secure its own.

We don’t think institutions are doing all they can to help people manage their money. Either in terms of new technology, in terms of data or in terms of financial products.

So we started Dozens. Dozens is a fintech that is challenging the banking industry by focusing on customers’ growth rather than seeking profit from their debt.

We can proudly say we do everything possible to help our customers move forward financially.

With our bright mango yellow debit card and full-featured app, Dozens combines a current account, with budgeting and saving tools, unique financial products and an investment manager all designed to help people, whoever and wherever they are, move from spender to saver to investor.

We are looking for an experienced Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) professional to join our talented finance team. The right hire will support various corporate finance activities including management of day-to-day financial administration, helping with growth planning and strategic projects, and assisting with fundraising activities too.

What you’ll be doing

  • Working independently as part of a close knit team
  • Responsible for day-to-day financial administration including maintaining management accounts, tracking financial KPIs, and being the financial point of contact for a number of our partners
  • Supporting the growth of the company by helping to maintain operating cashflow forecasts, prepare financial projections, and support Investor Relations
  • Working collaboratively with other areas of the business (operations, growth and brand teams) to ensure product success

You’ll enjoy this role if you are

  • Competent in corporate finance and enjoy deploying that skillset to support the growth of a business
  • A hands-on person who enjoys working as part of a team, whilst being able to use your own initiative
  • A problem solver who enjoys continually improving processes and spotting patterns
  • Comfortable working in a start-up environment
  • A self-starter who enjoys managing their own priorities / responsibilities

Key skills and experience

  • 3+ years in M&A ideal, but other corporate finance experience sufficient
  • Experience dealing directly with C-Suite and Investors
  • Excellent competency in financial accounting
  • Excellent competency in Microsoft Excel; experience in Xero desirable but not prerequisite
  • Extensive experience in financial modelling and projections; experience in business valuation desirable but not prerequisite

If this role and working in a fintech looking to challenge an entire industry sounds like you, then we’d love to hear from you!