Financial Analyst

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
The Role's Critical Responsibilities:
Responsible for performing systems administration duties to ensure data integrity, accuracy, and security for financial systems.
Responsible for supporting and determining solutions for financial business processes; including projects associated with the ERP remediation project and the BI project.
Responsible for providing effective access to data delivery tools, queries, and reports; includes conducting appropriate user training and developing financial user access controls and approaches.
Provides support on an as needed basis for corporate and worldwide operational finance and accounting needs (monthly financial close process, ad hoc reporting, etc.).

Qualifications to be Successful:
Education, Training, Experience, and Skills, and amount of travel required:
BS degree in Accounting/Finance
Minimum of 5 years of previous experience.
Demonstrated aptitude for ERP systems use and implementation.
Knowledge of business processes, internal controls, and US GAAP.
An understanding of financial consolidation, planning, budgeting, and reporting processes and its correlation to supporting ERP and reporting systems.
Individual needs to be proactive, good communicator, able to effectively multitask and prioritize, and needs strong computer technical skills to trouble shoot and assess key issues to address.
Due to ITAR Regulations, Rogers can only hire those who have their U.S. Citizenship or have Permanent Resident status.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education, Training, Experience and Skills:
Professional certification (CPA, CMA, MBA, etc...)
Financial Systems Project Management Experience
Peoplesoft ERP experience

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