CURRICULUM VITAE FOR JGI

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CURRICULUM VITAE FOR JGI

  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE John G. Iannetta CPFA 13 Robert Street, Newport-on-Tay, Fife DD6 8BL T: 01382 542345 M: 07516 540625 E: j.iannetta@btinternet.com uk.linkedin.com/pub/john-iannetta/b/895/464/ PROFILE ____ Qualified accountant and former Finance Director with a good strategic appreciation and vision, able to build and implement sophisticated plans with a proven track record explicitly supporting business needs. A wealth of experience and strong managerial background in business partnering, finance and governance, accounting and performance management. Self driven and self reliant, sets aims and targets and leads by example, adopts a collaborative approach with good interpersonal skills to engage, motivate and encourage others through change. Looking for interim or consultancy positions in order to make a difference ACHIEVEMENTS ________ Organisation Metrics: Revenue Budget - £30m; Capital Budget - £2m; Employees - 900 Financial: Setup of a stand-alone Finance Department (9 dedicated employees) Implementation and development of Financial Management System from cradle to grave Establishment of a Corporate Expenditure Monitoring Group and System Establishment of a Financial Training Package for Non-Financial Managers 13 years of Board reporting, involvement and liaison Corporate: Management of a Department of 30 people Establishment of a business planning ethos and system/timetable Introduction of a Performance Management ethos and system Implementation of Single Status Employee Job Evaluation Scheme Embedding of a governance mentality within the organisation Coordination and Implementation of Investors in People KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EXPERTISE ______________ • Explaining financial issues to non-financial people • Board level Financial management and general governance and control • Providing financial business partnering advice to non-financial senior managers • Providing the correct level of humour and humanity to serious situations • Financial Planning and cost reduction through stakeholder engagement and liaison. • Business Planning including the development of a Performance Framework • Implementation of financial systems
  2. 2. • Business Change/Programme Management/Project Management (Basic PRINCE 2 Knowledge) EMPLOYMENT HISTORY ___________ Business Change Manager Scottish Government (Secondment) Aug 2012 – April 2013 • Assisting with the Project Management process with regard to the Fire and Rescue reform project • Change Management – Observing and advising on the actions required to implement a smooth change process • Programme Management: Assessing the overall programme and establishing the links between the various projects involved • Benefits Realisation: Establishing the benefits to be gained from reform and linking these to the proposed performance management framework • Risk Management: Attendance and contribution at the Risk Management Group re various risks involved with reform including scoring of risks and assessing treated and untreated risks. • Blueprint Compilation – Maintenance of the Reform Blueprint which details the current situation, reform day situation and end situation. • Financial Advice and Consultancy – Advising SG on the Fire and Rescue requirements, financial controls, monitoring and validation of funding requests. Head of Corporate Services Tayside Fire and Rescue Nov 2000 – Aug 2012 • Overall responsibility for the full finance function including revenue (day-to-day) and capital (fixed asset) budgeting, financial accounting, management accounting, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, insurance, leased car scheme and debt management. • Financial management and general governance and control, • Business Partnering, Financial Planning and cost reduction • Responsibility for the Procurement function including the monitoring of connected spends and adherence with procurement legislation. • Business Planning and Timetabling. • Presenting financial information to business partners, senior Board Officials and Members including liaison with Scottish Government. Financial Controller Tayside Fire and Rescue June 1995 – Nov 2000 Financial Systems Manager Tayside Regional Council Sept 1989 – June 1995 Senior Internal Auditor Tayside Health Board Nov 1980 – Sept 1989 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS & EDUCATION CIPFA Qualified Accountant Dundee 1999 HND in Accounting Dundee 1980

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