Financial Analyst I Schnucks

Description

Incumbent assists in the preparation of the short-term and long-term financial plans. Assists in the capital planning process, including development and review of project justifications based on key financial metrics such as NPV, ROI and PI. Routinely prepares and provides other financial analysis to support all areas of the company, ensuring we are making financial decisions based on quantitative information. Provide leadership, training and support to department interns and other teammates.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the preparation of the long-term (3-5 year) financial plan, the annual financial plan and the weekly forecast. Responsible for reliability of the forecast details and variance analyses.
  • Assist in the capital planning process, including development and review of project justifications based on key financial metrics such as NPV, ROI and PI. Responsible for sunset reviews on past projects to drive future capital decision-making and for managing the capital expenditure request and approval process.
  • Prepare financial modeling and analyses related to special projects (such as acquisition, divestiture and valuation analyses), as well as other ad hoc analyses as needed, to optimize the use and allocation of resources.
  • Routinely prepare and provide other financial reporting to support other areas of the company.
  • Provide leadership, training and support to department interns and other teammates

Qualifications / Requirements

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Required Education: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Other Requirements: Advanced degree and/or certifications in Finance or Accounting (e.g., MBA, CPA, CFA).
  • Minimum Years of Experience: Less than 1 year

Knowledge

  • Strong technical and quantitative skills, including knowledge of current accounting and finance practices, and supermarket/retail industry knowledge
  • Creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Superior computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Windows operating environment)

Skills & Abilities

  • Demonstrated leadership skills, including behaviors/attitudes that gain respect and inspire future leaders.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability and commitment to take complete ownership and responsibility for areas of accountability and work independently
  • Ability to learn to use Alteryx, PeopleSoft and other relevant tools

FORMAL POLICY SETTING
Makes recommendations to Management.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Walking
    • Primarily Sitting
  • Standing
    • Primarily Sitting
  • Lifting
    • Up to 25 lbs
  • Travel
    • 0 - 25%
  • Work Environment
    • Anticipated 45 hours per week and time when the incumbent will need to work in the evenings to complete assignments.

The above statements describe the job’s essential responsibilities and requirements. They are not an exhaustive list of the duties that may be assigned to job incumbents.

Additional Requirements – Internal candidates:

  • Store/Facility Teammates: minimum of six months employment with Schnucks.
  • Store Support Center Teammates: minimum of one year employment with Schnucks.
  • Must be in good standing (not on a performance improvement plan or active discipline).
  • If invited for an interview, must have manager approval based on performance.

Schnucks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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