ADP - Financial Planning & Analysis Role - Analytics Center of Excellence - IIM/ISB/MDI/FMS/CPA/CFA/CMA/FRM (3-8 yrs)
Financial Planning & Analysis professional from (tier 1) B-School
The position is a critical role in the Analytics Center of Excellence - responsibilities encompass activities associated with the Strategic / Operational Plan, Budgeting, Forecasting & Month-End Close activities. Will also involve high degree of on-going analytical support.
- Experience in building forecast and operating plan models using key drivers, trend analysis, economic and external factors, etc. Leads and presents the results, forecasts, and operating plan presentation / deliverables
- Business partnering experience with senior business leaders & corporate finance to support business priorities and objectives through complex financial modeling and ad-hoc analytics
- Practical knowledge of developing business cases to enable executives with the ability to do contingency planning, to consider alternatives and anticipate the impact of specific positive and negative events (not just a set of simplistic upsides, downsides and base cases)
- Provides analytical support; conducts variance analysis and research as required
- Proactively identifies and communicates areas of risk and opportunity
- Monitors accuracy and predictive validity of existing models (e.g. relevance of metrics or business drivers included in forecast)
- Advanced expertise with Microsoft Excel- modelling (both in terms of formulas & advanced functions)
- Experience in financial systems such as Oracle GL, Hyperion Essbase-, SmartView (Preferred).
- Experience with Microsoft Powerpoint-, Microsoft Access
- Very strong written and verbal communication skills
- Excellent Problem Solving and Analytical Skills
- Flexible and adaptable to Business needs and contingencies
- Experience in front end FP&A/analytical role is mandatory
3-8 years of relevant FP&A/Financial Analytics experience
Education / Qualification:
MBA (Finance) from (tier 1) B-School, CPA, CFA, CMA, FRM
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