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  • Financial Analyst IV

    Job Location US-VA-Tysons Corner | US-MD-Hunt Valley | US-FL-Gainesville
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    As an Analyst IV with Naylor, you will work with our executive team and division leaders to analyze data, costs, and profitability to forecast the company’s financial direction and evaluate areas of risk and opportunity. This position is designed to assist and mentor our up-and-coming Analyst IIs with the real-world experience and skills to provide them with the foundation needed to develop a highly successful career in finance. Solid performance leads to expanded responsibilities/opportunities as well as increased compensation potential.

    Responsibilities

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the list below. Other duties may be assigned, as needed.

     

    1. Financial Analysis

    • Assist FP&A Manager with reviewing monthly, quarterly, and annual results
    • Ensure on-time distribution of monthly financial reporting package and variance analysis
    • Design, develop, and maintain dynamic financial reporting tools to increase accuracy and improve efficiency
    • Coordinate and document processes for internal financial reporting systems
    • Cooperate with other departments in the preparation of analyses
    • Prepare financial presentations in Excel and PowerPoint
    • Work directly with CFO, Controller, and FP&A Manager

     

    2. Strategic Planning

    • Drive the annual budgeting process
    • Drive weekly, monthly, and quarterly forecasting updates
    • Develop and track analysis to identify, evaluate, and quantify risks and opportunities across all of Naylor’s business units
    • Develop benchmarking analyses and reports to assist in strategy development
    • Conduct special financial and business related studies

     

    3. Project Management & Team Lead

    •  Coordinate monthly team calendar and cross-functional processes for month-end close
    • Assist designing and driving corporate-wide initiatives
    • Work with FP&A Manager to oversee pipeline of projects and prioritize analysis
    • Train and mentor Staff Analysts and Interns
    • Provide quality control for analysis provided to other departments

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree a plus (Accounting/Finance focus preferred)
    • 4+ years relevant experience
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, advanced user of MS Excel
    • Experience with accounting systems, databases, and reporting tools
    • Experience working in a cross-functional environment and interacting with multiple departments
    • Comfortable managing multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment
    • Critical thinker open to learning new ideas/skills; flexible and excited by a challenge
    • Demonstrated high level of strategic thinking and business acumen

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