Financial Analyst - Masco (Daytona Beach, FL)

Financial Analyst Business Unit Masco Contractor Services, Inc. Job Posting Category Accounting/Finance City Daytona Beach Country United States Job Description Analysis & Reporting ┬ Prepare detailed analysis measuring key business drivers, company metrics and financial performance. ┬ Create accurate reports, analyses, financial models etc. to examine key needs, variances and opportunities on behalf of management and other internal customers. ┬ Determine key drivers impacting company income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flow. ┬ Evaluate project viability including ROI and capital investment analysis. ┬ Participate in the monthly financial close process as necessary. Planning ┬ Integral to the development and completion of the forecast, budget, and strategic planning processes. ┬ Analyze and evaluate expected drivers of future company performance, as well as known risks and opportunities that may significantly impact future results. ┬ Work with management team to develop specific portions of the annual and long range financial plans as directed. ┬ Ensure successful financial plan submittals via reporting tools and presentations. Other ┬ Participate in ad hoc analysis and special projects as necessary. ┬ Maintain awareness of relevant department service level agreements (SLAs) and works to ensure agreements are met. ┬ Summarize and prepare presentation material and supporting information for use in management communications. Job Requirements / Skills ┬ Bachelor's degree required - preferably in Accounting, Finance, or Economics ┬ MBA or CPA preferred ┬ A minimum of 3-5 years relevant experience ┬ Demonstrated ability to partner effectively with internal business customers in budgeting, forecasting, and decision support ┬ Team oriented and self-motivated, with the ability to work in a fast paced environment ┬ Ability to effectively manage multiple priorities ┬ Excellent written and oral communication skills ┬ Advanced level in Microsoft Office applications, expert level MS Excel user ┬ Oracle ERP and Hyperion Financial Management experience a plus Index Monitor Source:

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