The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The IT Operation Analyst III provides a broad range of operational service / support which may include environment management, maintenance, monitoring, performance and incident management and/or production support activities to enable technology for own area of specialization.
Prepare financial analyses and actively interface with Corporate Legal to finalize contractual content of rebates, LOCs, proposals and other agreements for individual accounts, IDNs, and regional / national group organizations.
Responsible for design, development, oversight and sign off work products from internal and external service providers, ensuring that delivered work products conform to the needs of the product plans and meet the desired quality.
This position will focus mainly on trading and portfolio but may also resolve data issues for other lines of business (ex. Compliance, Risk, Marketing, etc.), as well as assist with ad hoc requests and projects within the operations team.
Provide financial and accounting support to the activity accounting department, budget department, financial systems department, or business operations department or other organizational support elements and other activities.
Prepare Program and Functional financial forecasts utilizing detailed analysis of all available budgets and cost data, monitor actual costs, and explain variances to plans and forecasts. Analyst will use their understanding of business management principles, concepts, practices, and standards coupled with knowledge of industry business management practices to develop solutions for functional performance issues when costs exceed plan
Working under close supervision, conducts and documents simple to moderate standard financial analysis and ad hoc finance projects. Aids organization with financial functions, such as assessing, auditing, planning, budgeting, taxes, consolidation, cost control, and project control.