Robert Half International Sr. Analyst Budgeting in CHICAGO, Illinois
Contribute to business planning, budgeting and expenditure forecasting processes.
Apply basic modeling, forecasting and planning techniques to develop cost and revenue forecasts with drivers identified and explained.
Interpret and provide analysis of financial information and link to business unit strategy and operational performance.
Analyze business results and identify internal and external factors that have an impact on performance and analyses of market and industry trends/results.
Extrapolate and evaluate risk in FP& A scenarios.
Participate in various financial functions such as budgeting, auditing, forecasting and analysis.
• Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or related discipline.
• Ability to analyze, consolidate, interpret, and communicate financial data and results.
• Ability to prepare and present financial data and variance explanations to stakeholders.
• Knowledge of budgeting and forecasting, methods policies and procedures.
• Proficient in applying problem resolution techniques.
• MBA or Master's degree.
• Two (2) or more years progressively responsible related work experience.
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