The Senior Financial Analyst is a process management position that will support the FP&A function for multiple segments within this organization. This position will be responsible for conducting planning and forecasting; in depth analyses of all revenue and cost sources, and analyzing reporting on the causes of variances to plan forecasts.
location: Seattle, Washington
job type: Permanent
salary: $70,000 - 75,000 per year
work hours: 8 to 5
education: Bachelor's degree
experience: 7 Years
responsibilities: What you'll be doing:
- Manage the annual planning and quarterly forecast processes for cost reimbursement contracts and others in the assigned portfolio of responsibility.
- Analyze and provide financial alternatives to manage cost reimbursement contracts and others as assigned;
- Partner with program and geographic operations to optimize operational performance and deliver on short and long-term financial objectives and being timely and through in supporting operations;
- Support and participate in negotiating contract to ensure the financial interests of the organization are well represented;
- Implement standard key metrics and performance measures for cost reimbursement programs and others as assigned, in particular operating company goals and metrics that focus on key business drivers (financial and non-financial) to support long term performance and strategic objectives;
- Produce standardized periodic reporting for measuring financial and operating performance for cost reimbursement contracts and others in the assigned financial portfolio;
- Prepare financial modeling for new opportunities, new business development, cost-saving projects, capital expenditure evaluation, competitive analyses, and business line, customer, line-of-service, and program profitability;
- Develop and enhance financial models and financial planning and analysis processes that will drive growth and operational efficiencies;
- Assist in developing in-depth financial analysis for trends in revenue, cost, pricing and profitability across contracts, lines of service, regions, and key funders; and
- Prepare financial analyses on special projects and strategic initiatives as directed by the Chief Financial Officer.
qualifications: What you'll need:
- Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or business administration required; Master's degree preferred.
- Minimum of 7 years of financial analysis and financial modeling
- Government grant and contract revenue and cost modeling
- Direct experience with a data modeling
- Knowledge of process re-design and re-engineering
skills: Financial Analysis, Cost Accounting, Cost Reporting, Standard Cost/Cost Accounting Standards, Spending Analysis and Control
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