Prepare and analyze monthly, quarterly, and annual divisional spend against budgets to identify problems, trends, and issues that require further review.
Responsible for cost analysis of IT products and services and providing recommendations on cost optimization opportunities.
Responsible for working with personnel throughout the Division of Product & Informatics to budget and track program and project spending.
Act as a knowledge resource to guide appropriate budgeting of IT projects, ensure necessary information is captured, and prepare YOY baseline analysis of programs and projects.
Participate in system rationalization initiatives by providing cost breakdown for existing solutions.
Assist in annual budget planning and preparation activities.
Currently working as a financial manager or have relevant experience with financial management and analysis.
Great at working with financial data, budgets, reports, and analysis tools.
Independent worker who can prioritize work to meet established quarterly objectives and deadlines.
Highly detail and analytical thinker with an ability to conduct research, data analysis, and resolve complex problems with creativity and innovation in mind.
A minimum of a Bachelors degree in Finance or Accounting or 8+ years minimum experience within accounting or financial management in lieu of a degree.
6+ years of related experience in financial management
Experience with cost accounting, financial reporting, and budgeting.
Experience with IT costs and services performance analysis preferred but not required.
Significant experience with Microsoft Excel including working with advanced functions. Coding and writing macros not required.
Strong technical skillset, time management, multitasking, and organizational skills required.
Internal Number: 2021-48802
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