Senior FP&A Analyst - fast paced e-com health scale up

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What do you do?

We are looking for a talented, strong and analytical senior FP&A Analyst who thrives in an international, dynamic environment. You report to the Manager FP&A, work closely together your direct FP&A colleagues and the regional Finance Teams. You will be the primary liason on group level, working closely together with FP&A and Regional Finance Teams. You will actively monitor, understand, manage & steer the performance from a group perspective.

From a group level, you deep dive into the monthly financial performance, variances vs. budget/forecast and underlying KPIs. You discuss this in the periodic reviews to really understand everything going on, identify performance issues, areas of improvements and variances, including on detailed cost components level.

On the one hand you actively challenge, support and guide the Region Finance Team as the representative from the group. On the other hand you will also be the one delivering & explaining the (regional) business performance toward the Atida Management, incl. the commentaries in the consolidated management reporting. Besides being in the lead for your own region, you support the consolidated management reporting process wherever necessary, dividing the topics between the Manager FP&A, your FP&A colleague and yourself. Because of the phase the company is in you will be invited to contribute to the business in the broadest sense; taking the lead in producing financial modelling and analyses feeding into the development of the (medium & long term) financial and business strategy.

Good to know...

Within Atida, no day is the same. And neither will yours. One moment you are preparing your next days business review meeting with the regional FD, the next you are involved in testing of the newly implemented Planning Tool OneStream. Later you could be meeting with the project team to discuss the new opportunities for a BI tool & reporting structure now the datawarehouse structure has been set up or you will be asked to assist with (financial) onboarding a newly acquired entity.

Who are you?

We are looking for a strong, grounded financial with a strategic & agile mindset. You have a good technical background, strong communication skills and a business minded approach. You are able to build strong relationships and can liaise with, challenge and motivate internal and external stakeholders.

“Atida is a fast growing, international E-com Health scale-up with the ambition to be the European Frontrunner. A very exciting phase to join and really make an impact. However, that does require a very high level of flexibility& adaptivity and a critical yet constructive mindset. You have to be able to manage your own priorities, follow through and bring forward ideas of improvement. Consequently taking the lead in implementing them and when necessary train and coach others in process changes.”

  • Master degree in Finance, Economics or Accountancy

  • 4-7 years of experience in FP&A, as a business analyst or (group) business controller

  • Experience within E-commerce/Tech/Retail/BtoC is a strong advantage

  • Strong Excel skills and experience with Planning & BI Tooling

  • Excellent communication skills in English; German or Spanish is an advantage

  • Ability to adapt quickly in new, agile and remote collaboration working environment

  • Analytical thinking: think objectively and interpret quantitative and qualitative data

  • Financial and business acumen: evaluate financial and business indicators and translate data into actionable information to drive results

  • Problem solving: use rigorous logic and methods to solve problems with effective solutions

  • Strong business partnering and interpersonal skills: build constructive and effective relationships with a broad and diverse group of business partners

  • Ability to work well in high pressure situations in order to meet deadlines; able to multi-task and manage numerous simultaneous priorities, organize work appropriately to meet and exceed goals

  • High ownership of work product and commitment to driving results

More about Atida

Atida is one of the largest online pharmacies in Europe, with a mission to redefine the true meaning of the concept ‘online pharmacy’. Atida is Hebrew for the ‘future’ and it is to this end that the company has developed a revolutionary concept. Linking data, e-commerce and the world of pharmacy is what Atida has in mind. A pan-European online pharmacy with an in-store experience that focuses on individual healthcare. The current company is a collection of eight acquired online pharmacies based in Germany and Spain and the current markets they serve are Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy & the Netherlands. Atida has appr. 600 driven colleagues, of which around 35 work in the Amsterdam head office. They work together in hybrid teams with the local teams to boost growth and conquer new markets. Plans to optimize and centralize the business are in the making. London-based healthcare investor MARCOL is Atida’s majority shareholder, allowing the company the resources needed to conquer the European market. Both by autonomous growth as well as through more acquisitions, this online pharmacy will be the European frontrunner by 2025.

Their aim is to help people make better decisions about their health. From proactive to curative and whatever your goals, they offer an experience that is always about you. They firmly believe in a future where the journey towards good health becomes a trusted and truly personal experience. Next to Atida Plus (online pharmacy), they recently launched Atida Pure in the Netherlands & Germany: A new, personalised vitamin and supplement programme. Atida now plans to take the European market by storm.

Quantified self: the future of health

Long before COVID a trend toward ‘quantified self’ has been on the rise – the concept of individuals actively taking charge of their wellbeing, with data-driven tools, products, apps, and knowledge. This is not surprising, since the chances of facing lifestyle-based health problems (from diabetes to depression) have increased drastically in the past decades. 2020 obviously acted as a pressure cooker on this topic. On the one hand, the COVID-year put the subject of curative health front and center on everyone’s mind. On the other hand, the topic of prevention and wellbeing also became more important than ever.

Catching a cold has become something we would love to prevent – so how can we boost our immune systems? More broadly speaking, how can we take care of ourselves – mentally and physically – when our world has become the space between our four walls? In the near future the urgency of these questions will only increase further. In the long term, the demand for mental and physical self-care and optimized wellbeing continues to grow.

Atida: online, science-based, personalized

Atida provides an answer to this trend by sending its customers top quality supplement packages on a monthly basis. These packages are composed based on a quick and comprehensive questionnaire, about the individual’s physical status, habits, and wellbeing desires. Packages may focus on skin and hair, improved immunity, bone strength or healthy pregnancy – to name just a few examples. And of course, all of Atida’s supplements are high quality and backed by science.

‘Subscription-based consumer health is a fairly new game in Europe, but the market is entirely ready. And with the leadership team I have hired over the past year, we are well equipped to be the first player that tackles this market at scale.’ – Julie Szudarek, CEO at Atida

The company has an international, vibrant atmosphere and is fast growing. The company’s values are being ethical, empathic, healthy and well, humble and honest, curious and courageous. They are committed to connect people and to better the community. Preferably having a little fun along the way. Employees are eager to proactively grow the business and offer the best solutions. The company’s scale up vibe requires a strong, flexible and hands-on mindset.


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Monique Bruins