Finance managers assist organizations with allocating money-related resources. Their duties cold include recommending individual investments, evaluating financial data and budgeting. They are generally required to hold a related bachelors’ degree, such as economics, finance or business administration. A master’s degree could help increase the competitiveness of an application. Demand for finance analysts will grow about as quickly as the average for all occupations.
If analyzing data and market trends is your type of work, you may be a finance manager or want to become one. Wherever you are in your job search, Glassdoor's search features can help. Use Glassdoor's filters to help you find a local finance manager position or a remote job.
Focus your search on entry-level finance manager vacancies if you're new to the field. If you have more experience, search for senior or lead roles. Be even more specific and filter your results by your preferred schedule to see just part-time or full-time vacancies.
You've identified jobs that fit your specifications. You've sent your resume. Now start preparing for interviews. You won't have to go farther than Glassdoor's sample interview questions and answers for finance managers.
Once you've aced your interviews, the job offers may start coming in. Should you accept whatever salary you're offered? Only if the offer is fair. To determine that, you'll need to research. Look into the following factors, at minimum, to determine a fair salary for the finance manager positions you're considering:
Big corporations often employ finance managers, and the benefits are usually comprehensive. That's important because benefits are part of the total salary package. Benefits and perks will vary, but these are some typical ones: