Financial Analyst IIApply Requisition ID 93223BR Date updated 02/16/2017
This position is for a Financial Analyst II, working within the Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) Operations, Supply Chain, and Quality (OSQ) Finance organization.
This role requires independent work effort under the general direction of Operations Finance management, providing financial support and business management leadership to OSQ organizations. This is an exciting opportunity to develop a strong fundamental understanding of the factory environment.
The chosen candidate will act as the point of contact for overall financial and business management support of the Louisville Factory and Close In Defense System (CIDS), headquartered in Tucson, Arizona. The selected individual will provide financial guidance to the factory Director and other stakeholders, such as providing strategic direction for RF/EI factory financials, including manpower planning, EAC development, and indirect budget management. The ability to be self-sufficient as well as operating in a team environment, supporting the Functional business efforts will be fundamental to success in this role and will help maximize the shareholder value of the organization work effort. Business management covers a wide set of requirements, so a successful candidate will need to show flexibility in job abilities and strong communication skills.
Provide indirect and direct cost, schedule and funding planning, reporting, monitoring, and analysis support to OSQ Directors, Functional Managers and Value Stream Managers (VSMs) using standard company tools and processes. Reporting cycles will be weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annually
Prepare Program and Functional financial forecasts utilizing detailed analysis of all available budgets and cost data, monitor actual costs, and explain variances to plans and forecasts. Analyst will use their understanding of business management principles, concepts, practices, and standards coupled with knowledge of industry business management practices to develop solutions for functional performance issues when costs exceed plan
Provide cost reduction ideas and project support plus leadership based on personal manufacturing expertise and experience
Manage cost accumulation methods for direct labor including discrete charging and allocation pool charging, and manage the accumulation of task specific material and other direct costs
Support the creation of Estimates At Completion (EACs) on a quarterly basis including costs, and risks and opportunities, for Factories and at the Operation Program level
Support the preparation of cost estimates for new business proposals and assist Estimating and Program Analysts in developing rationale for basis of estimates
Support Factory and Program activities in the business management role including being a key participant in all organizational decisions
Minimum of two years of experience with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related field or a recent graduate with a related Master’s degree.
Held one team leadership position in a fast paced environment that included multiple working organizations. This would include team leadership of financial and functional personnel
Experience in an independent role tasked to develop, update, and status financial and performance metrics and analysis driven reports
Experience in understanding the details of cost allocation over bases or amongst organizations or products
Experience in the use of Microsoft Operating Systems and all Microsoft Office tools, with particular emphasis on Microsoft Excel
Able to travel up to 20%
Must be able to obtain a Secret Clearance
Highly Desired Skills:
Ability to work alone and on teams in a results oriented environment to develop solutions for complex problems that will gain desired outcomes
The confidence and courage to effectively lead, present, and participate in large and small meetings and status sessions, even when having to provide bad news or disagree with management
Ability to quickly learn advanced financial and planning skills required by multitask requirements and to create support plans and schedules for small to large projects in a cross-functional environment
Analytical skills and the ability to become proficient with main-frame style business systems where vast amounts of data require mining and analysis
Understanding of production or similar schedule driven environment within a profit d riven business based on practical experience. Ability to discuss Profit and Loss (P&L) relationships from contracts to cost analysis
Experience in turning customer requests into proposals or responses
Experience in a factory environment including understanding the technical aspects of RMS Operations or similar operations
Problem solving abilities that bridge production realities to financial commitments
Minimum Required Education:
Undergraduate or Graduate degree in the field of Business, Finance, Management, Economics, or Math MBA specialized in Manufacturing/Operations Finance, Business Management, or Project Management is highly desired
Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) is the world leader in the design, development and production of missile systems for critical requirement including air-to-air, strike, surface Navy air defense, land combat missiles, guided projectiles, exoatmospheric kill vehicles, missile defense and directed energy weapons. RMS is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona with over 11,000 employees operating at sites across the country and internationally.
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