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Financial Analyst

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Financial Analyst
Full-time, direct hire
Bristol, IN
Career Transitions, LLC is working with a client in Bristol, IN who is seeking a Financial Analyst. The client is the largest single integrated resource in their industry.
This individual will prepare and analyze financial statements, reports and statistical data detailing financial results. This position is also responsible for establishing and maintaining accounting practices to ensure data necessary for business operations is accurate and reliable. Special focus on fixed asset accounting, sales accounting and labor reporting.
Financial Analyst Job Duties:
Determines cost of operations by establishing standard costs; collecting operational data.
Identifies financial status by comparing and analyzing actual results with plans and forecasts.
Guides cost analysis process by establishing and enforcing policies and procedures; providing trends and forecasts; explaining processes and techniques; recommending actions.
Improves financial status by analyzing results; monitoring variances; identifying trends; recommending actions to management.
Reconciles transactions by comparing and correcting data.
Maintains database by entering, verifying, and backing up data.
Recommends actions by analyzing and interpreting data and making comparative analyses; studying proposed changes in methods and materials.
Increases productivity by developing automated accounting applications; coordinating information requirements.
Protects operations by keeping financial information confidential.
Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing publications.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Knowledge
Bachelor Degree and 5+ years' experience
MAPICS experience a plus
CPA preferred

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