Classification: Business Analyst
Compensation: $65000.00 to $88000.00 yearly
The Business Analyst performs detailed financial and operational analysis, and acts as a business partner to departments throughout the organization. The analyst acts as a bridge between Accounting and Operations. Financial analysis includes: forecasting, strategic budgets, as well as variance analysis. Operational analysis includes: production rates, machine rates, standard vs actual variance and ad hoc analysis. In order to be successful, the analyst needs to have a thorough understanding of the data housed in the ERP system, and must be experienced in IFRS and U.S. GAAP. In addition, the analyst needs to have an understanding of the basic elements of a manufacturing environment. Call Candice Miller to apply.
Complete monthly management reporting that is accurately and timely submitted via
reporting tool, and adheres to the international parent guidelines.
Analyze various deviations between the management report and the financial report which requires a thorough understanding of both standard and actual costs as well as the company’s cost allocation methodology.
reflect changes to the company, which requires a working knowledge of MS
Maintain the Cost Allocation Sheet which includes: allocation key definition and monitoring, actual full cost calculation per department, strategic budget model calculation and monitoring, and calculation of standard rates.
Complete periodic forecast reporting, which is based on the same methodology as the monthly reporting.
Participate in completing business case analysis for new projects and/or products, including ROI and payback calculations. Follow-up and monitoring of actual vs budget analyses.
Profitability analysis for complex sales deals involving varying options, local content and international considerations