Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A Analyst)

The Responsibilities Include: Lead the timely preparation and analysis of monthly, quarterly and year-end Interior Products Financials. Provide broad variety of analysis including but not limited to: understanding margin trends, cost trends and proper FTE utilization. Analyze and evaluate highly complex financial data and interpret data for the purpose of determining financial performance/trends. Perform complex and non-routine ad hoc financial analysis including scenario analysis and financial modeling for the CEO, CFO, Division President and Regional Management Team. Work with Division President and Regional Management team on budgeting, forecasting and planning on an ongoing basis. Account for Division accruals relating to bonuses, commission, allocations, etc. Provide insight and support in controlling division assets (fleet, facilities, etc.) Performs other duties as assigned The Ideal Candidate Will Have: The ideal candidate must be able to think and act strategically but also be a hands-on problem solver with strong analytical skills and the ability to communicate with all levels of management and staff. Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting. MBA preferred. 5+ year's financial planning and analysis experience. Experience in a multi-location environment to effectively communicate with and influence all levels of the organization and drive change. Ability to work in a changing environment. Collaborative business partner, adept in building cross-functional relationships to drive business results. Solid understanding of, and experience with, quantitative and qualitative financial analysis. Demonstrated successful experience in working in a demanding, high performance work environment and team oriented culture. Proficiency with MS Office products is required including an advanced understanding of Excel. A quick learner on systems and applications including Prophix, Mincron, Cognos and SalesForce. Up to 25% travel may be required
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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