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Sr. Financial Analyst

Highland Park, Texas, United States
Closing date
Jun 25, 2024

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Job Role
Finance Data Analyst
Contract Type
Full Time
Position Summary
The Sr. Financial Analyst provides financial analytical support to the Consumer Business Unit and oversees all costs and expenses for the P&L. This role partners with BU Marketing, Sales Finance, Accounting, Supply Chain, Operations, Commercial Sales, Business Unit Leadership, and other internal/external departments to facilitate business decisions and develop strategies to increase profitability and optimize resources through analytical and financial modeling.
Essential Functions
  • Support COGS and OPEX Management: Collaborate with cross-functional teams to assess ROI for key initiatives.
  • Marketing Promotional Activities: Provide key decision support through analytical modeling for business strategies and resource utilization. Serve as a liaison between Finance and the Consumer Marketing team on P&L considerations and financial impacts.
  • Project Analysis: Prepare and present project outcomes to internal stakeholders, justify analytical outcomes to build management confidence.
  • Data and Analytical Needs: Proactively identify potential needs to support business objectives.
  • Budget and Forecasting: Manage yearly budget and monthly forecasting for COGS and OPEX.
  • Business P&L Forecasts: Ensure accurate forecasts with the Financial Planning Team, quantify risks and opportunities.
  • Complex Information Analysis: Oversee analysis using large data sets from various sources.
  • Investigation of Trends: Initiate and facilitate investigations of variances and cost trends.
  • Profitability Analysis: Develop analyses related to coupons and measure ROI for business initiatives.
  • Special Projects: Oversee projects/studies of moderate to complex scope; perform ad hoc analysis as needed.
  • Monthly Operating Review: Perform reviews and related presentations, highlight financial successes and challenges, and consider key P&L drivers.
Minimum Education, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Education: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Business Administration, or related field required; MBA, graduate degree or advanced certification (CPA, CFA) preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum 5 years of related financial management experience within a corporate environment with a proven track record of success; experience in financial planning, forecasting, etc. Experience in the CPG industry strongly preferred.
  • Skills:
    • Hands-on financial forecasting experience.
    • Ability to analyze and interpret large data sets to make business recommendations.
    • Leadership experience in budget planning and tracking.
    • Proficient with MS Office.
    • Experience with Oracle, Hyperion Planning, Cognos, Tableau, PowerBI preferred.
    • Strong communication skills and successful track record of working with cross-functional teams.

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