Sr. FP&A Analyst, Sales

This position within the Finance division is responsible for supporting the organization related to financial planning processes including budgeting, forecasting, reporting and strategic analysis.
Position plays a leading role in preparing financial plans and business decision support for a $550M+ wholesale and software operation.
Supports the preparation of the annual budget process for selected product lines and departmental expenses across the preK-12 broad market group, including reviewing and analyzing submitted budgets and providing suggestions for improvement where needed.
Analyzes financial performance, prepares monthly forecasts and presents recommendations to business unit operators.
Prepares monthly financial reporting package for the division, providing detailed business explanations behind variances against forecast, budget and prior year for Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flows.
Tracks key performance indicators and provides analysis to support business decisions.
Leads ad hoc analytical projects as required with focus on meeting deadlines and providing communication to management.
Provides support to Senior Management including financial presentation and analysis.
Develops, reviews and presents capital requests, including evaluating the business case along with a financial analysis of payback, NPV and IRR.
Trains and orients new employees.
Job Requirements BA/BS in Finance, Accounting or Economics.
MBA preferred.
Minimum 4 to 6 years of experience in finance and accounting.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products and ERP systems, Hyperion experience preferred.
Exceptional communication, analytical, leadership, presentation and organizational skills.
Demonstrated relationship building with peers and customers.
3+ years experience in reporting, forecasting & budgeting.

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