The Treasury Corporate Finance (TCF) group within Treasury develops and manages the short- and intermediate-term capital strategies for the corporation and its subsidiaries, ensuring compliance with all related policies, procedures and banking regulations.
You will be a part of the Global Commercial Operations finance team, reporting to the FP&A manager. Our team manages planning, forecasting, management reporting, business analysis, deal modeling, and sales commissions.
Provide analytical support and ad-hoc reporting support for weekly sales operating cadence. Establish reports and analytical models to evaluate performance, coordinate with sales and the finance team to report sales performance, respond to ad-hoc questions and data requests.
In this role, the selected candidate will support project managers/leads by performing specific tasks related to reviews of management practices and policies; recommends changes to enhance operating efficiencies.
Recognize different culture and business practices in various locations and partner with the business process owners to recommended optimal business solutions to strengthen controls and increase efficiency.
The Finance Analyst is responsible for the daily and monthly activities of the Plant accounting department. This individual will generate and analyze financial results and report on variances, understanding these variances will be critical.
Act as primary resource managing the Aftermarket Spares accounts receivable and cash management functions, including driving monthly cash collections and monitoring and reducing accounts receivable overdue.
In this role, the selected candidate will be preparing contracts (paralegal tasks), internal credit and risk emails, and miscellaneous presentation materials; compiling weekly, monthly and ad-hoc management, credit and risk reports.
In this role, the selected candidate will partner with Operations and Corporate Development leader to support SCAs market strategy for a given geography; analyze monthly results and provide comments on key variances to budget, forecast, and prior periods.
Perform monthly and quarterly close activities related to commissions, including preparing monthly expense accrual entries, reconciling the accrued commission balance, reconciling payroll payments, and supporting internal and external audits.