Financial Analyst – Galleria – dlemaire@cfstaffing.com

Corporate Financial Planning & Analyst

The position will work with key business partners across the organization as well as with regional finance teams to standardize reporting, develop new KPIs and create more meaningful and timely reports that will enable rapid decision-making at all levels of the organization. This position will report to the Corporate FP&A Manager.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for financial analysis, forecasting methods, and building processes. They should also be able to work independently, anticipate and react to frequently changing business conditions with proven ability to perform under tight deadlines.

Key responsibilities:

– Collecting, analyzing and reviewing quantitative data and creating meaningful reports to drive business improvement and cost reductions

– Working with business partners on spend optimization and strategic planning across two business units and multiple cost-centers

– Supporting the design, implementation, and maintenance of systems to support the team

– Provide monthly and quarterly operating expense summary and highlights for cost centers

– Preparation of executive and board-level presentations

– Participate in the quarterly rolling forecast processes

– Produce ad-hoc reports and analysis as necessary

Basic Qualifications

– Bachelors’ degree in finance, accounting or an analytical field

– Four plus years of relevant experience that demonstrates a knowledge of corporate forecasting processes and financial analysis capabilities

– Strong analytic, financial modeling and reporting skills

– Passion for continuous improvement opportunities

– Excellent attention to detail; highly organized and able to manage multiple tasks simultaneously

– Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

– Experience with a Corporate Performance Management system (Hyperion HFM, Essbase, Cognos, BW/BI, etc.)

– Big 4 experience

– Familiarity with statistical analysis

– Familiarity with predictive analysis

– Familiarity with M&A modeling

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