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Senior Treasury Manager

Phoenix, Arizona
The Company The Treasury Recruitment Company are delighted to be recruiting for this innovative and cutting-edge manufacturing company in their search for a Senior Treasury Manager. The Role The Senior Treasury Manager will direct the fina...

Treasury Analyst

New York, USA
This is a fantastic opportunity to join this Global Private Equity Firm based in New York. The Role: This position will be responsible for overseeing the Cash Management and Treasury processes for the International based Investment Holding...

Treasury Manager

Remote (US based)
Excited to be partnered with this prominent client in their search for a new Treasury Manager. Location: Preference will be given to candidates in Southern California (Corona area), Atlanta, or Miami, but they will take a look at remote ca...

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A guide to Treasury Jobs

The Treasury Recruitment Company is the leading recruitment agency for treasurers and financial roles in the UK, USA and Europe. Our clientele includes companies from all sectors, with experience in every corner of economic life – including FTSE 100 firms as well smaller organisations!

We take pride not just on providing skilled professionals but also in helping them find their perfect job match too: we know what it takes to keep an organisation’s treasury function running smoothly.

As the group treasurer, often a member of the senior management team, it is your job to make sure that company finances are in order and tidy up any financial issues before they become a problem. You’ll need skills like budgeting for future expenses as well as presenting recommendations on improving strategy or lowering risk levels with directors of finance.

The Treasury Recruitment Company has been helping shape successful careers and supporting companies build better businesses for many years. Established in 2002, our successful track record is based upon a proven ability to work with clients to deliver tailored solutions.


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We keep all our candidates up to date with all the roles best suited to them so you’ll always be first to know of a vacancy that’s right for you. If we’ve not worked together before or we don’t have your most recent information, send us your CV or resume to help us find the perfect role for you.
What similar jobs do you have in other countries?
Any jobseekers looking for treasury jobs should also look for treasury jobs in Europe, UK treasury jobs and US treasury jobs.
What is the average salary for treasury jobs?
Are your treasury wages in line with other roles? Our Global Salary Survey is the only survey of its kind and the biggest and best Treasury sector salary survey. It benchmarks the salary data of Treasury professionals from around the world, from Treasury Analysts all the way up to Group Treasurers.
What industries are hiring for treasury jobs?
A wide range of industries are currently hiring for treasury jobs including companies in financial services, property, manufacturing and more. Find out who is hiring here.

Typical Treasury Tasks

Treasurers manage a company’s financial commitments and risks. Typical activities include managing investments, controlling cash flow, reviewing market conditions. They will also advise on financial implications and risks that could affect other departments, such as tax. A treasurer might also manage a team of more junior staff, so there might be team management responsibilities.

It’s also important for a treasurer to develop and progress systems for monitoring cash flow and ensure that all the team’s activities comply with company policies.

Key treasury skills

Treasury managers must be able to present to the company board and relevant stakeholders. They need to liaise with operational staff and investors, as well as senior management. They should know financial markets and keep up with any changes and developments.

They should have a working knowledge of GAAP, extensive knowledge of financial markets, good attention to detail, excellent numeracy and analytical skills and be IT literate for various systems they will be expected to work with.

Qualifications & experience

Treasurers are, typically, degreed in mathematics, economics, or similar (some, though not all will be required to have advanced degrees) and many are required to be CFA qualified. Some organisations will take on graduate trainees and provide training and development across multiple finance functions, including treasury. Finance professionals can take ACT exams to progress into corporate treasury.

A corporate treasury job is a senior management level role, so most treasury manager jobs will have plenty of finance experience, including specific experience in treasury. Group treasurers will often go on to become finance directors and CFOs.

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