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Senior Financial Analyst in New Britain, CT at Expert Staffing Inc

Date Posted: 11/27/2018

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Job Description

Job Description

A challenging career opportunity exists for someone to join the Corporate Finance team. As senior financial analyst, you will support the corporate finance team as well as operations. This role can provide an understanding of our business and help with future career growth. This opportunity will provide:

·         Visibility to senior management as the corporate finance team has significant interaction with senior management throughout our global company.

·         Growth opportunities within the corporate finance team or in the operations of the Company. This position provides an excellent transition from public accounting into a global organization.

·         Exposure to technical accounting issues and concepts.


If you are a high-energy, motivated individual who thrives in a fast-paced manufacturing environment, please submit your credentials for consideration.

Required Skills

·         Accounting for equity transactions/stock-based compensation (ASC 718) including preparation of quarterly diluted EPS calculation

·         Executive compensation accounting and reporting including significant involvement in the annual proxy filing process

·         Monthly close responsibilities and monthly reporting of corporate financing units

·         Quarterly responsibility for aspects of external financial reporting supporting 10-Q/K filings  

·         Support for additional projects and analysis requirements from senior management

·         Identify and/or assist in researching solutions to accounting issues; assists in implementation of new accounting rules, as required.

·         Assist in the annual profit planning process, including calculation of corporate allocations and periodic forecasting throughout the year

·         Support CAS government reporting compliance (allocations and unallowable cost calculations)

·         Drive the annual goodwill and intangible asset impairment analysis

·         Identify, recommend and implement process improvements

·         Additional special projects such as on site operations / control reviews; working with operational personnel providing technical accounting guidance and other support

Job Requirements

Required Experience

·         Minimum of three to four years of demonstrated success within public accounting firm or mix of public accounting and private industry – including audit or related financial experience. Emphasis in manufacturing as well as SEC experience is desired.

·         A high degree of integrity and ethical behavior is essential.

·         Excellent communication and strong interpersonal skills to effectively interface with a worldwide financial team; ability to work both independently and in a team environment.

·         Attention to detail and strong analytical and problem solving skills required; the individual should have an inquiring and analytical mind with the objective of providing a constructive as well as an investigative review role.

·         Be extremely organized; demonstrate initiative and an ability to complete multiple assignments in a timely manner while working well in a dynamic environment.


Education Requirements:

·         Bachelor’s in accounting degree required; Advanced degree and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation are strongly preferred.