The Hillman Group

  • Financial Analyst, Treasury Department

    Job Locations US-OH-Cincinnati
    Posted Date 3 months ago(7/26/2018 9:58 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2919
    # of Openings
    1
    Category (Portal Searching)
    Accounting/Finance
  • Overview

    The Financial Analyst for the Treasury Department is responsible for the development, preparation and presentation of long term and short term forecasting of Balance Sheet metrics and Credit Adjusted EBITDA. The Financial Analyst is also responsible for evaluating return on investment of strategic initiatives related to cash management, debt reconciliation and corporate acquisitions. This individual should be willing to perform a variety of tasks and work with senior leadership, debt holders, investors, and the Board of Directors.

    Responsibilities

    Key Result Areas (KRAs):

    • Develops and leads enterprise efforts associated with global cash flow forecasting, liquidity management, and borrowing activities
    • Maintains working capital forecasts including monthly working capital reports and variance analysis
    • Provide support for budgeting, tracking, and reconciliations of balance sheet metrics across the business
    • Support operations and sales in evaluating strategic opportunities and capital projects
    • Manages mark to market reporting and analysis related to FX hedges, interest rate swaps, and debt compliance
    • Proactively develop ad hoc reporting and forecasting for Board of Directors and Senior Leadership Team as requested

    Qualifications

    Education:

    Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or business. MBA and CPA preferred.

     

    Qualifications:

    3-5 years of experience in a treasury or finance environment

    Strong analytical and data modeling skills: proficient in Microsoft products

    Strong understanding of the P&L and Balance Sheet

    Strong organizational and critical thinking skills

    Experience in distribution and JD Edwards preferred

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