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Senior Financial Analyst Job In Somerville, NJ

Senior Financial Analyst Job In Somerville, NJ
Location: Somerville, NJ
Salary: $70-78,000/year
Job Description:Senior Financial Analyst Job in Somerville, NJ
Our client is a growing, international life sciences company with a passion for technology and innovation. You will be joining an awesome office environment and a close-knit finance department. In addition to company bonus, our client is offering a great PTO package, company paid benefits, and 401K.
Their office is brand new. The position was created due to company growth. This is the next step in your career with this awesome opportunity.
They are moving quickly with this role, so apply ASAP.
A Day in the Life
You will be responsible for supporting development of the annual budget and business plan working with team leaders to develop sales, margins, operating expenses and investments plans.
The role supports the CFO in all aspects of financial planning and analysis, annual budget preparation, including strategic long-term planning, operating performance, and weekly/monthly forecast of sales, and cash flow.
You will act as a financial liaison between leadership, vendors, and other departments within the organization. Your communication skills must be on point as you will prepare presentations explaining technical information to colleagues in other departments.
Job Requirements

  • Strong communication skills and highly collaborative
  • A Bachelor s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business
  • Budgeting, forecasting and strategic planning experience required
  • 3-5+ years accounting/finance experience
  • MBA &/or CPA preferred
  • Strong working knowledge with, MS Office, including demonstrable expertise with Excel
If you can see yourself in this fast-paced role, then contact me today for immediate consideration. Please send your resume with your name and the title of this position in the subject line to: william. weissman@parkerlynch. comf

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