Senior Financial Analyst
Do you want to work for a long-standing, US commercial bank valuing in putting its customers first? If so, our client is looking to hire people for a position as a Senior Financial Analyst in New Britain, CT (or Remote East Coast). In this role, you will analyze results of studies, reports, and analyses. Prepare complex financial analysis projects to summarize current and projected financial information. You will earn $35.00 /hr working Monday - Friday.
- Execute month end financial processing activities
- Research and prepare financial reports.
- Manage and review the preparation, accuracy, and timeliness of monthly financial analysis.
- Conduct special studies to analyze complex financial actions
- Assist in the preparation and submission of budgets and forecasts.
- Establish, modify, document, and implement methods and control procedures.
- Assist other analysts, consultants, and managers with complex analysis.
- Share technical expertise with others. Recommend process improvements. Provide functional advice or training to less experienced financial analysts.
- Broad knowledge of the core Finance principles and basic understanding of the corporate accounting process (forecast, invoicing, chargeback, accruals...etc.), preferably experience and/or understanding IT.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and deliver own output exercising judgment and discretion consistently.
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, and/or related business field.
- 5+ years’ experience, accounting, and finance experience preferred, some financial management experience required.
- Strong analytical and quantitative data-analysis; ability to use hard data and metrics to back up assumptions, recommendations, and drive actions
- Strong to expert skills in data transformation using MS Excel or Access
- Excellent organization and communication skills, both written and verbal
Pay Rate & Shift:
- $35.00 /hr
- Monday to Friday
- 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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