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Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis $100k

Date Posted: 3/10/2020

Job #1571289
Permanent
Atlanta, Georgia
Manager

Company: Publicly Traded Company in the Financial Services Space

Position: Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis. 

Compensation: $90-100k

Responsibilities: 

  • Reporting to the Controller
  • Responsible for maintaining the accounts and records of the company to ensure adherence to GAAP 
  • Involvement in10Ks and 10Qs, JEs and PBS
  • Identify best practices within financial reporting process
  • Works with accounting senior management in preparing monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports. 
  • Helping in preparing quarterly and annual GAAP financial statements 

 

Requirements: 

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance
  • 5+ years of accounting / financial analytics experience
  • Coming from a publicly traded company
  • CPA is a preference
  • Advanced Excel Skills 
  • SQL and Microsoft Access is nice to have

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