Robert Half International Financial Analyst in Tacoma, Washington
We're looking for a Financial Analyst with effective communication skills. If you enjoy working as part of a team, this position is right for you. Robert Half Finance has a great opportunity for a skilled Financial Analyst to join a thriving company. In this role, you will conduct financial modeling on various financial products as well as measure, analyze, and forecast performance in conjunction with operating plans. Daily operations will also consist of advising management on the allocation of resources to best accomplish objectives and preparing reports for management. If you enjoy collaborating with peers in areas such as forecasting, performance reporting, and expense management, Robert Half Finance has an exciting business partner role available. This Financial Analyst role, which is a full-time employment opportunity, is located in the Tacoma, Washington.
Title: Financial Analyst
Location: Tacoma, WA
Salary: DOE, Benefits
Develop and support complex financial and operational objectives (i.e. reporting, financial planning) and/or strategy.
Responsible for critical and complex analysis, and reporting of financial and operational results.
Prepare monthly financial reporting package for the company, providing detailed business explanations behind variances against forecast, budget and prior year for Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flows.
Gather data and perform analytical review of actual results versus budget, forecast, and prior year at varying levels of the organization and across different information systems for functions and business segments.
Prepare, review and present financial projections and recast financial statements, provide variance analysis, research financial irregularities and use the analysis to develop meaningful financial reporting.
Develop, prepare and present specialized reports, forecasts, profitability analysis, pricing analysis, other ad-hoc projects and complex financial models.
Track key performance indicators and provide analysis to support business decisions.
Analyze and report on financial and/or operational results/analysis. Ensure historical information, current trends, regulatory environment and tax consequences are factored into analysis.
Prepare presentations to highlight financial trends, summarize business plans, and communicate process changes across the enterprise.
Comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel
Skill with Business Intelligence (BI) reporting tools required
BA/BS degree in finance or a related field
-Have a minimum of 3 years of financial/analytical experience, along with experience at leading financial analysis projects
Ability to recognize, evaluate, and resolve problems effectively
Skilled in Spreadsheet and ERP system
Experience in problem solving through statistical analysis or with large data sets highly preferable (such as in derivatives, structured finance, or business analytics or in a similarly demanding and analytical role)
-Advanced Excel user including Pivot tables – Macros is a plus
Demonstrated ability to build and deliver effective presentations to audiences with wide-ranging backgrounds
Financial planning & analysis (go-to-market experience preferred)
Excellent communication and organizational skills
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When you work with us, you’re working with the best. Robert Half has been recognized as one of FORTUNE’s “Most Admired Companies” every year since 1998 and was No. 1 on Forbes’ annual ranking of America’s Best Professional Recruiting Firms.
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