Bombora is looking to strengthen its executive management team with the appointment of two senior positions – chief commercial officer and chief financial officer.
The CCO will be a key member of the executive management team and have have ultimate commercial responsibility for developing and driving crucial commercialization strategies, future partnerships and commercial agreements, ultimately ensuring the continued long-term growth and success of the organisation.
The CCO should help drive a strategy to identify the most appropriate relationships in order to become global, presenting Bombora with the best commercial opportunities. It is crucial this person understands the market in order to be able to determine how to maximise Bombora’s business opportunities.
Bombora’s current CFO is unable to relocate to Europe and the company is now looking to appoint European-based CFO.
The CFO will be key a member of the executive management team and in their role, will share the responsibility to develop and drive the business forward. Specifically, the CFO will have responsibility for all aspects of the finance function including ensuring that the finance team provides the required support and works in an integrated way with the rest of the business. The current finance team comprises the CFO and two others but as the business scales it is expected this individual will need to build a larger team.
The CFO will assist in raising further funding for the business and develop a treasury and cash management platform to effectively manage their debt position. The CFO will also play an integral part in supporting commercial negotiations with third party commercial and supply chain partners.
Both positions will be based in the Pembroke Dock offices with the option of flexible working.