Senior Financial Analyst

Company Name:
Malace HR
Requires a bachelor's degree in a related area.
5+ years of experience in a fast paced high volume manufacturing environment. (automotive highly preferred)
Coordinate all Cost Accounting activities; Support training and development of accounting staff; Inventory Analysis; Variance analysis and special reports.
1. Prepare, maintain, and support execution of physical inventory procedures.
2. Analysis of negative inventories.
3. Assist with variance analysis of material and labor.
4. Prepare account reconciliations.
5. Perform cost roll-ups in QAD.
6. Assist in preparation of Annual Operating Plan.
7. Responsible for Product Change Order Process.
8. Analyzes financial reports and records and makes recommendations relative to the accounting of reserves, assets and expenditures.
9. Assist with plant financial reporting, preparation of budgets, forecasts and financial plans.
10. Assist with the preparation and coordination of all activities in support of plant audits.
11. Be knowledgeable of corporate policies and procedures as they relate to the accounting process and Sarbanes-Oxley.
12. Prepare Capital Spending Request (PAR) and maintain project status report.
13. Assist with completion of monthly Hyperion financial reporting and requirements.
14. Prepare monthly Platform Profitability report
15. Perform other duties as assigned.
Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Strong organizational skills and time management skills.
Analytical skills and problem solving capacities.
Physical Demands: Requires 95% sitting in one place, using keyboard. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities with reasonable accommodations.

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