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Sr. Financial Analyst

Company Name:
Professional Employment Solutions, Inc.
Our client in North Scottsdale is looking for a Sr. Financial Analyst. The individual should be a Finance/Accounting/Excel power user with experience in forecasting. CPA a plus but not mandatory. Degree is Required! Salary range is 75-90k depending on experience.

PURPOSE AND SUMMARY: To coordinate the preparation and consolidation of the annual budget and quarterly financial forecasts as well as performing other financial projects/modeling and certain Treasury functions as requested by Corporate VP of Finance and Assistant Treasurer.

FUNDAMENTAL JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Budgeting and Forecasting Responsibilities
Administrator of forecasting system
Consolidate/review annual budget and quarterly financial forecasts
Prepare supplementary reports and analyses for management
Prepare 5-year strategic plan as needed via financial model
Understand the relationship between key income statement, balance sheet and cash flow components
Act as liaison and support resource for divisional users including travel when needed
Treasury& Other
Review monthly lot purchases and daily wire transfers
Prepare daily cash sheet recording wire transfer activity
Maintain records and documentation supporting wire transfers
Update divisional key indicator reports
Lend financial support to Board of Directors presentations
Assist with debt covenant reporting
Assist Corporate VP of Finance & Assistant Treasurer as necessary
Coordinate activities with other departments/divisions
Understand and assist division finance department as needed
Education: BA in Accounting or Finance; MBA or working towards an MBA preferred
Experience:
Minimum of four (4) years of relevant experience.
Technical Skills:
Advanced computer skills with expertise in Microsoft Windows Office applications, high-level Excel user
Ability to generate spreadsheet models efficiently as needed with "what-if" scenarios
Hands-on experience with budgeting/forecasting software is beneficial



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