Performance Analyst



Role synopsis

To monitor performance, provide analysis and insight, and to make interventions to help drive performance improvements in the local Supply Chain operations. Support the Local Supply Chain teams and Europe & Africa (E&A) Performance Manager GSC (North & South Clusters) regarding Supply Chain performance analysis and reporting, continuously reviewing and addressing Supply Chain value chain efficiencies.

Key accountabilities

Contribute to the health & safety agenda across the cluster for finance employees.
  • This role is primary accountable for analysis of the logistics operations in Nordics.
  • Support the leadership team to deliver the Nordic SC performance contract.
Performance Management
  • Providing accurate and timely MI, review and analysis of financials, decision support, performance information and economic analytics to help improve performance.
  • Supports the translation of financial and operational performance data to the businesses and GSC Nordic Manager to help articulate the underlying delivery of actuals vs. latest forecasts on a monthly basis.
  • Responsible for supporting Planning, forecast and variance analysis (including warehousing & logistics where appropriate).
  • Supports the annual Plan process for Customer Fulfilment (CF), providing appropriate challenge and assurance.
  • Responsible for ensuring the (cost of goods) COGs forecasting aspect of the Lubricants Business Management ( LBM) financialisation process is effective and appropriate for annual and multi-year plans.
  • Monitors in-year performance via key performance indicators (KPIs) using multiple lenses to provide qualitative insights and recommend and implement interventions where necessary e.g. changes to forecasting methodology.
  • Helps to ensure the business makes considered trade off decisions and that working capital is optimised.
  • Support the delivery of key projects (including the development of the Financial Memorandum (FM)).
  • Manage the logistics toolkit and analysis of any over/under recoveries.
  • Provide local oversight of product costing analysis and product costing and transfer pricing (PCTP) compliance.
  • Manage inventory data, stock value/pricing, inventory variances (data produced by GBS) and ensure stock count & asset verification at plant and take appropriate corrective actions.
  • Support PCTP & slow moving and obsolete (SLOB) review meetings, participate in Supply Chain (SC) meetings, and follow up on actions identified.
  • Work with the GBS to resolve inter-company suspense, monitor CAPEX, manage accruals, validation and follow up on account reconciliations.
  • Support continuous improvements and minimum control expectations; provide assurance over reporting accuracy and integrity and compliance with Group Reporting Manual ( GRM) requirements.
  • Ensure completion of system structure maintenance/updates, ad hoc requests and input to due diligence ( DD) and audits as required.
  • Contribute to managing and mitigation of risks and opportunities associated with finance supply chain activities.
  • Ensuring adherence to the financial standardisation agenda across the regional team and escalate exceptions to the relevant decision makers.
  • Manage the balance between near and long term objectives.

  • Active membership of the Supply Chain networks across the clusters.
  • Developing and maintaining a proactive ‘one team’ relationship with a geographically dispersed team.

Essential Education

  • Part qualified or qualified - Recognised national or international professional accountancy qualification e.g. CIMA, ACCA,ACA,CPA.
  • Absolute fluency in “business English” is mandatory.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • An understanding of finance, supply chain operations, project management and IT&S infrastructure (preferably SAP).
  • Able to analyse and summarise complex information and prepared to drive performance improvements together with the business.
  • Experience of reporting and MI processes (actuals, RF & plan) with a focus on performance analysis (preferably in a supply chain environment i.e. manufacturing, COGs & logistics) and intervention.
  • Ability to quickly assess areas requiring attention and/or intervention with a strong demonstration of business partnering.
  • Focuses effort and prioritises work to deliver business value; must be a self-starter, highly motivated with the ability to communicate with all levels of the organisation.
  • Able to assimilate data to identify key issues and aid decision making, able to anticipate future situations and plan ahead to meet them.
  • Looks for ways to do things better, faster and more efficiently.
  • Builds networks to enhance effectiveness and share knowledge, team player with the ability to develop effective relationships within the wider finance team, and the supply chain/Operating Unit (OU) management team.
  • Able to coach, challenge and influence effectively at all levels of the organisation.

Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)


Desirable criteria & qualifications


Relocation available


Travel required

Yes - up to 10%

Is this a part time position?


About BP

Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future.


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Closing Date

[ "14-Oct-2017" ]

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