Administrative and financial manager

The role of an Administrative and financial manager at SUEZ consists of achieving efficiency in the short, medium and long term of all financial activities of the company, including accounting, budgetary control, cash flow, credit and collection, management information systems, financing, banking operations, investments, risk management, taxation and audits.
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Main activities

Control and administration:

  • Defines financial policy, monitors its implementation, interprets divergences and reports to company management
  • Advises company management on short-term forecasts and formulates proposals on the medium-term strategy
  • Supervises accounting and the establishment of company and consolidated accounts
  • Manages cash flow (outstanding accounts, debits, financing), investments and relations with banks
  • Supervises monitoring of management control: planning, budget, reporting
  • Implements performance indicators and advises operational managers


  • Defines and improves administrative and accounts control management procedures
  • Ensures administrative management of insurance and litigation

Other activities:

  • Performs required financial and economic studies on industrial investment or on financial engineering (mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, etc.)
  • Prepares data for the board of directors, produces reports
  • Supervises management of capital and equity financing operations


  • Headcount: 150 to 1,500 people
  • Turnover: €25 to €150 M

External corporate relations

Customers. tax authorities, auditors, banks

“Mobility is reality in our group. You just need to know how to seize the opportunities. You need to be daring and know how to take on new challenges."

Marie-LaureAdministrative and financial manager

Required experience

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Baccalaureate, plus 4 to 5 years studying accounting and financial controls
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Experience of major accounts, defining and monitoring budgets
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International accounting standards, financial communications

Key skills required

  • Managerial skills
  • General and cost accounting practices
  • Operational management control
  • Financial analysis techniques
  • Establishment of medium-term plans/budgets/revisions
  • Command of the IT tools
  • Self-starter
  • Analytical skills and decision-making
  • Rigour
  • Good inter-personal skills
  • Ability to federate
  • Diplomacy

Possibilities for personal development

  • Administrative and financial director in other units within the Group
  • Branch director