We believe good health starts with nutrition and lifestyle, not medication. Our mission is to help 50 million
people lead healthier and happier lives by 2025 by providing the best diet and lifestyle therapy through
Oviva, who recently closed our £16m Series B investment, is a rapidly growing technology-enabled healthcare
provider founded in 2014 seeking to offer the most accessible, personalised, high-quality care possible to
people with health conditions related to diet. Crucially, we embrace technology to overcome the productivity
challenge facing the NHS.
We do this by:
Creating unique, digitally-enabled treatment programmes for patients, delivered by dietitians
supported by a multi-disciplinary team of psychologists, psychological wellbeing practitioners,
specialist nurses, activity experts and health coaches.
Offering patients access to expert advice in a time and place of their choosing, via our smartphone
app, online learning portal (with tailored video, audio and written learning content) or over the phone.
Our services are delivered in partnership with the NHS, supporting quality and efficiency improvements.
Today we provide NHS services in over 80 Clinical Commissioning Groups and were recently selected for the
NHS England Digital Diabetes Prevention Programme and the NHS England Innovation Accelerator. Beyond
the UK we also operate in Switzerland, Germany, and France, and are backed by Europe’s leading venture
We can only deliver all of this with the help of our incredible team. Having a culture that people want to work in
is very important to us and we're proud to say 96% of our team would recommend working for Oviva. We do
this by keeping our values are at the forefront of everything we do, from patient care to internal culture:
We put the patient first
We measure & improve
We tackle it together
We were recently awarded Escape the City’s Top 100 Companies to Escape To award, reflective of our
An exciting new position for a hands-on, initiative-taking problem-solver has arisen in our London office.
To support our rapid growth, we are recruiting for a Commercial Finance and Business Intelligence
Manager to own the day-to-day running of our finances. This position reports to the Group CFO and will be
responsible for managing the UK’s business finances and associated analytics, with particular focus areas of
cashflow management, management accounts, cost centre accounts and invoicing/billing. In addition, this
person will manage our Business Intelligence team of 3 FTE.
This is a central role supporting the UK senior leadership team and CFO. To be successful in this role, you will
be someone who can easily move from close detail to high level, and work to tight deadlines when needed.
Support the Managing Director and CFO on budget, forecast and plan processes.
Line Management of 3 FTE BI Analyst Team (though BI skills are not essential for this)
Identify opportunities to better manage costs and improve cash flows.
Create and maintain monthly KPI packs, including management accounts and KPI analysis.
Variance analysis and partnering with leadership team to understand variances.
Designing and implementing financial processes and controls to support our rapid scaling.
Day to day financial management including analysis, with support of our analyst team, of monthly
clinical services activity to create monthly invoices to our customers, issuing invoices, managing
accounts receivables and relationships with customers, and then liaising with our external accountant
on accounting, tax affairs and book keeping
Manage incoming bills and expenses including payments
Manage the payroll process and employee pension scheme
Manage Xero accounting software - including purchase invoice descriptions, reconciliation, cost
centre reporting, with support of our external accountants and CFO.
The Ideal Candidate
ACCA/ACA qualified with 2+ years experience in auditing and/or consulting
Advanced Excel and Google Sheets skills, be a strong modeller, and good with data manipulation
Good line management experience
An understanding of business outside of "Debits and Credits"
An excellent academic record
Comfortable working in a fast paced company and liaising directly with senior management.
Able to pick things up quickly and problem-solve with a high attention to detail and accuracy.
Confident to set own goals, ambitious and drive to push limits.
Organised, able to prioritise and manage ambiguity easily
Personable with a sense of humour (we don’t take ourselves too seriously!)
The opportunity to make a meaningful impact in revolutionising healthcare in the UK
Exciting and rewarding role in high-growth scale-up environment
Training opportunities and annual salary reviews based on performance
Competitive salary (£45-55k), dependent on experience
25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) with the option of an additional 5 days unpaid leave
Company pension (with 5% employer contribution)
Competitive parental leave policy
1 charity day a year to volunteer with a charity of your choice
Regular team socials as well as free breakfast & snacks
We would love to hear from you if you think you may be a good fit for this role, please follow the application process and let us know why you would be an ideal candidate. We are open to candidates based in London or Leeds.