Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst III
Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst III
proactively sharing resources, knowledge, advice, and expertise with coworkers and clients; persuading others with technical explanations and examples; occasionally serving as a team member’s mentor; listening to and responding to, seeking, and addressing performance feedback; developing plans to capitalize on strengths and develop weaknesses; anticipating and meeting others’ needs; and
completes job assignments by using current subject-area knowledge to come up with original ideas, making sure all procedures and rules are followed, and utilizing resources and a grasp of data to assist projects or initiatives. cross-functional cooperation to resolve corporate issues; setting and maintaining priorities, timelines, and expectations; sharing information and updates; identifying, recommending, and implementing ways to address improvement opportunities; and escalating issues or risks as appropriate.
carries out financial assessments (such as situational, strengths/weaknesses/opportunities/threats, opportunity-based strategic planning, and system value chain analysis); produces reports summarizing business, financial, or economic data; and supports the evaluation of the business environment.
identifies chances for cost avoidance and cost recovery to finish costing operations.
identifies financial patterns, uses the findings of the analysis, draws attention to operational difficulties that must be resolved to improve performance, and collaborates with the business to address operational performance concerns in order to support improved financial performance.
By creating best-practice models, examining risk alternatives, and creating what-if scenarios and predictions with internal models or software, you can support business modeling.
evaluates financial trends, data analysis reports, and income and expense forecast to support reporting of region/business unit financial information. It also examines assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses and uses data/inputs from region/business unit systems to support analyses (e.g., membership and utilization reports, volume reporting, day sales inventory, analysis spreadsheets, and investment schedules).
by performing research to determine the financial impact of strategies and initiatives, supporting the evaluation of the business vision, objectives, and strategic initiatives.
By examining budgeting patterns, putting together a budget and forecast, and working with others to establish departmental or regional budgets, a person creates budgets and/or forecasts under the direction of others in accordance with corporate strategic initiatives.
Performs complex financial analyses, including operating cash flow analyses, pro forma P&L, line item walk forwards, volume building blocks, NPV, IRR, Discounted Cash Flow, statistical analyses, and economic analyses, as well as complex variance analysis, using and implementing templates and computer applications (such as cash flow, the RFA process, and weekly unit case reports) (e.g., volume, P&L line item, cost of goods, rate).
aids in the production of audit schedules and the review of audit findings to support internal and external audits.
analyzes the operational and financial performance of field operations to support them.
Supports Financial Statement Analysis of business partners (such as suppliers, clients, co-packers, and acquisition targets) by using software programs (the Internet, Bloomberg, and D&B), annual reports, and/or interviews; figuring out the financial standing (viability) of business partners; and evaluating risk implications.
Organizes regular meetings with leadership to review financial results for their areas and supports others in advising region/business unit leaders on strategic financial matters by preparing regular and special reports for both financial and statistical issues in order to facilitate financial management throughout the organization.
performs and assesses financial, utilization, and benchmark analytics to support strategic financial planning.
By compiling and creating suggestions for financial plans, acquisition activities, financial requirements, and operating projections; and by using financial ideas for financial planning and management, supports strategic financial planning.
- Bachelor’s degree in finance, business, or related field and Minimum of three (3) years of Financial Planning & Analysis experience, or directly related business experience. Additional equivalent work experience in a directly related field may be substituted for the degree requirement.
- One (1) year experience in a leadership role with or without direct reports.
- One (1) year of project management experience.
- Two (2) years of experience working with advanced functions of spreadsheet software (e.g., Excel), including graphics, pivot tables, macros, and/or complex formulas.
- Three (3) years of experience working with KP data sources or tools.
- Three (3) years of health care experience.
- Two (2) years of experience working with intermediate SQL and/or SAS coding.
- One (1) year of construction and maintenance finance experience.
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