Perks of the Financial Planning & Analysis Manager role:
- Annual bonus
- Strong medical benefit package
- 25 days of vacation
- 401-K with match
Why take a Financial Planning & Analysis Manager role with this company?
- Exposure to multiple business units
- A key part of the finance team
- Opportunity to work domestically and internationally
- Ability to grow within the department and/or move to other areas of the organization
- The company has been in business for over 100 years!
What the Financial Planning & Analysis Manager will do…
- Liaise with Department Chairs to establish and monitor performance against goals and key performance indicators, including utilization, leverage, realization, revenue and profitability.
- Responsible for management reporting including monthly reporting to Departmental leadership and quarterly presentations to Executive leadership.
- Liaise with Pricing and Business Development to support the preparation of fee proposals
- Utilize dashboards, canned reports, and ad hoc reporting systems to develop and maintain an understanding of the financial and business development environment within assigned Departments.
- Monitor Departmental inventory aging (WIP and A/R), timekeeping and invoicing hygiene, and collections. Identify and escalate problems. Assist with past due and year-end collection efforts.
- Develop matter budgets and monitor execution against budgets.
- Regularly produce reports to keep the firm apprised of various business pricing activities.
What the company needs in a Financial Planning & Analysis Manager:
- Five years of experience at progressing levels in business operations, managerial administration, or financial planning and analysis.
- Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration or a related field. MBA required.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Must be a driven, self-motivated individual, capable of working with little to no guidance, yet also comfortable working in collaborative team settings.
- Solid understanding of the financial and operational aspects of a large business.
- Must exhibit professionalism in liaising with senior management
- Display good instincts and strong decision-making skills, including the ability to understand complex situations, effectively analyze options and recommend sound courses of action.
- Must be able to appropriately prioritize workload and delegate as needed.
- Must be highly organized and detail-oriented with strong editing/proofreading capabilities.
- Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite of applications, particularly Excel and PowerPoint.
- Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.