6 months ago
POSITION OVERVIEW/JOB DUTIES:
The Financial Analyst partners with Sector Finance Vice President to drive operational excellence, productivity, compliance, and financial performance. In this capacity, the incumbent will manage financial data inclusive of forecasting, planning, month end closes, financial reporting and business analysis. The role involves proactive engagement in investigating opportunities that impact profitability, achievement of annual operating plan targets and scorecard metrics, process improvement & automation, and cost reduction. The incumbent will use technology leverage to gain productivity.
Monitors all aspects of site operations, routinely analyzes performance, and drives change.
Analyzes financial and operational data to identify opportunities to improve performance.
Prepares financial reports and presents results and analysis to site leadership team.
Assist with the preparation of the Annual Operating Plan to include Income Statement, Balance Sheet and targets for underlying financial and operational metrics.
Supports weekly forecasting processes and complies with established standards for forecasting accuracy.
Presents monthly financial results to site leadership via the preparation of reports and in compliance with published deadlines.
Prepares project level and customer level profitability analysis and presents data to operational leaders.
Prepares and manages exception reporting to ensure accurate accumulation of work order labor and material details.
Preparation of complex and advanced financial analysis and financial modeling associated with processes which may include Capital Expenditure, Expense Accruals, Work In Progress, Sales and Cost of Sales adjustments, Asset Management, Margin Analysis, and more.
Manage month-end accounting close process inclusive of the preparation of expense accruals, Sales / COGS adjustments, as well as general coordination with the business sector accounting team to ensure results are recorded accurately.
Communicate and champion an environment of collaboration, technology savvy, and customer service.
Supervise billing function and provide training to junior finance staff as needed
Bachelors level degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business required. Advanced level degree desirable.
2-5 years relevant financial experience, preferably in a manufacturing, operations, and/or corporate aviation business.
Exhibits and champions professional ethics.
Working knowledge of manufacturing operations, finance and accounting principles, internal controls, purchasing, inventory, and cost accounting.
Advanced proficiency with Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and financial software.
Ability to manage projects to completion / resolution, strong follow-up skills
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Ability to display initiative and sound judgment.
Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.