Looking for a Controller Investments & Treasury

02-04-2021 | Treasurer Search | treasuryXL

You might be the right candidate if you have a relevant academic degree and you worked in a (large) project organisation. Your background shows both treasury (financial markets), investments and project control elements. You are ready to be a people manager or already have experience being one. You can build, change and communicate, your track record shows.

Tasks Controller Investments & Treasury

You do a proper job as controller investments and treasury if you monitor, report, analyse and lead your small team. Different from other control positions, you will focus on large, infrastructural projects from an in- and external funding perspective. In order to do so, you will connect with your project finance & control colleagues as well as with banks & other investors. Furthermore you will cover treasury control, including FX and interest risk. It is your responsibility to bring the reporting and control infrastructure to the next level and are able to play your part in building and implementing software and processes.


Our client is a large project organisation with a long list of very prominent successes. The company culture can be described with key words like: engineering, Rotterdam, ownership and innovation. Over the last decade treasury has been elevated to a highly professional level covering operations, risk, funding and investments. This position is part of the treasury team that has a continuing ambition to improve.

Remuneration and Process

As this is a new position, the seniority of the role has to be calibrated. Our client has communicated a broad salary bandwidth with €80K as the middle. For candidates who qualify and are interested, an extensive job description is available.

The Treasurer Test might be part of the recruitment process.


Rotterdam Region

Contact person

Pieter de Kiewit
T: (0850) 866 798
M: (06) 1111 9783
E: pdk@treasurersearch.com




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