Sr. Financial Analyst -Treasury

University of Phoenix   •  

Phoenix, AZ

Industry: Education


5 - 7 years

Posted 31 days ago

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A Senior Treasury Analyst participates in and completes studies and analyses of the University’s complex and confidential matters with respect to capital structure, investment strategy and related topics. An individual works with the Treasurer in overseeing all aspects of Treasury-related activities including capital structure, capital markets, investment strategy and ad hoc projects. A Senior Treasury Analyst works directly with external third parties, including bank and private equity firms(s), and prepares and presents recommendations, reports and complex presentations to executive management.


  • Collaborate with department manager and others as needed to prepare financial analyses, modeling and recommendations for corporate finance projects (e.g., capital structure, debt, inter-company funding requirements, dividend policy, investment policy and strategy).
  • Create corporate cash, interest expense, interest income and total debt forecasts through extensive modeling and partnering withinternal departments to identify change impact on business development and strategies.
  • Partner as appropriate to manage debt compliance requirements and forecasting.
  • Collaborate with Accounting to forecast Department of Education Financial Fitness Test (composite score).
  • Research economic trends, regulatory issues, credit market updates and investment opportunities to inform decision making by executive leadership.
  • Create complex financial models and/or spreadsheets for use in various ad hoc financial analyses, ensuring application of proper accounting and tax treatment, including cost/benefit analyses, investments, ratio calculations, net present value calculations, discounted cash flow and internal rate of return.
  • Ensure and monitor investments in accordance with the approved Investment Policy; monitor performance of funds.
  • Perform other duties as assigned or apparent.


Basic Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree in finance, business or related field
• Five (5) years of experience in treasury, banking and/or related financial analysis

Additional Qualifications:

• MBA, CPA and/or CFA
• Strong theoretical understanding of corporate financial concepts, including capital asset pricing model (CAPM), cost of capital (WACC), discounted cash flow and other valuation methodologies
• Comprehensive understanding of accounting and finance principles, as well as corporate finance, financial risk management, credit analysis, regulatory and financial planning approaches, statistical methods and computer applications
• Able to apply expert knowledge, understanding and best-in-class practices of treasury and accounting functions and systems
• Strong computer skills, especially with Excel and PowerPoint
• Able to think critically to solve problems, with high attention to detail and accuracy
• Strong oral, written and interpersonal skills to communicate complex financial theory and describe executable plans and policies to internal and external customers

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