Financial Analyst

Bioness (www.bioness.com) has an opportunity for an accounting professional as a Financial Analyst. This position will provide you with an opportunity to work on a variety of tasks and develop your skills in many areas. you will be responsible for providing financial planning and analysis services.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND Responsibilities:
Provide financial planning and analysis services, including:
Investment proposal analysis and post implementation assessment
Contract pricing analysis
Management reporting and analysis
Develop internal FP&A operating parameters and reporting system
Provide ongoing FP&A support to cross-functional areas
Special projects and analysis as required.
Able to react to change productively and to perform other essential tasks assigned.
EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Degree in Accounting or Finance required; experience working for a public accounting firm desired; CPA preferred.
Three to five years of work experience in finance or related discipline preferred. Manufacturing experience a plus.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must have strong analytical and technical experience in financial planning and decision support. Possess a high attention to detail. Should be able to design reports and assist in development of trend/analysis reports in financial reporting software. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent skills in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Office. QAD experience a plus. Ability to work independently. Must be able to demonstrate initiative and innovation in problem solving and anticipating business needs and conceptual thinking abilities. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Ability to handle multiple concurrent projects.

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