The demand for finance careers tends to vary depending on area of specialization, states the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Specifically, the need for financial analysts is expected to grow at a rate of 16 percent through 2022. This industry is a good place to start out, as it tends to be kind to entry-level employees. Financial advisors, analysts and agents make $67k plus annually, while actuaries and managers bring in more than $90k. And thanks to ever-present business, those with financial and analytic experience are always needed.
The Associates areas of responsibility will include the preparation of the firms quarterly and annual consolidated financial statements, footnotes, XBRL filings, financial statement review packages and other relevant information.
The Technical Architect will manage across multiple technologies and/or functional areas so that solution and development teams are equipped to meet business requirements, design objectives, and understand infrastructure impacts.
Prepare presentations on these credits to a rating committee and communicating the results of these deliberations to clients, their representatives, financial intermediaries, investors, and the media including preparing details ratings analysis for publication.
Utilize business, finance, accounting, and analytical skills to perform tasks including, but not limited to: financial modeling, valuation, business process optimization, data analytics and visualization, financial statement review, and business plan assessments.
Conceive and create high-quality branded content and other advertising solutions. This includes reporting, writing and editing stories, explainers, quizzes, video documentary concepts/scripts, and/or data visualizations.
The Application Architect ensures the JDE and other financial applications functional/technical areas are well understood and managed from an end-to-end perspective and in alignment with the center-led portfolio roadmap(s), and region and global business priorities.
Responsible for National Cost accounting production and reconciliation processes. Performs technical analyses on costed data to insure data quality. Use technical skills including SAS & SQL, to compile complex analyses, using relational data bases such as IDR and Value Tracker. Familiar with KP operations and financial/clinical systems such as Oracle and Epic/Clarity. Understands principals of cost accounting and possesses technical skills to tap into various source systems to research issues when appropriate.
Lead a team of technology professionals and advise software engineers through the development, application, testing of critical technology risk functions, included but not limited to: penetration testing, application security testing, business continuity testing, instrumentation, monitoring, detection and response.