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Schneider Electric Polska
Schneider Electric Polska
location iconLocations: Warszawa
level iconLevel: specialist
Senior FP&A Cash Out Analyst
Warszawa

Do you dream of working in a company that is driven by a meaningful purpose? An inclusive company that empowers you to do your best and be innovative?

We are building a new FP&A structure located in Warsaw, and we are looking for new FP&A Cash Out Senior Analyst team members to be part of an exciting change in the way we approach FP&A as a company. The Division FP&A Cash Out Senior Analyst is responsible for Division cash out reporting, analysis and planning at Division level and will lead/animate/coordinate all FP&A processes as they pertain to cash out, including reporting & analysis, forecasting, prioritization, target setting, efficiency tracking, prior, labor rate campaign, and others.

What you will do:

  • Ensure integrity and reliability of monthly costs including intercompany recharges, payroll costs, travel, marketing costs, others.
  • Follow up of R&D Cash Out to ensure overall consistency and quality as per Division strategic plan.
  • Works with other stakeholders to ensure CCO performance (BM allocations, upstream) is properly reported. Provides inputs for HFM AOC and PFCA.
  • Be the point of contact within Division to address questions regarding monthly Cash Out performance/forecast. Analysis is typically provided to Division CFO and business leaders, EM FP&A, Corporate, Accounting, and Auditors.
  • Without being the process owner, ensures all stakeholders maintain adequate processes for intercompany processes and respect policies and guidelines that are ultimately necessary for accurate and reliable performance reporting.
  • Process owner and animator of RF cycles within the Division; communicates guidance in line with EM FP&A; tracks and monitors progress, consistency and accuracy of all managerial scope forecast; coordinates discussion meetings; consolidates submissions and presents Division view.
  • Responsible for the animation of the annual process of Prioritization and Cash Out Plan within the Division; collects data from all perimeters and prepares consolidated view, AOC.
  • Supports CFO on the Cash Out target setting process within the Division managerial scopes.
  • Leads the process of labor rate update within Division; produces overall guidance, instructions, timelines; ensures consistency and compliance with EM.
  • Point of contact for global reporting requirements and Corporate initiatives. Responsible for driving reporting compliance within all perimeters of the Divisions.
  • Leads the Prior campaign, setting up and communicating processes, implementing Division governance and ensuring compliance, managing prior flow processing, and ensuring completion of campaign by set deadlines.
  • Supports the EM Transformation objectives by bringing optimization, standardization, simplification and automation to EM FP&A processes.
  • Focal point of contact for internal / external governance activities as they relate to Division Cash Out, including audit, KIC,s etc.
  • Other Ad-Hoc responsibilities as they pertain to Energy Management Cash Out.

Experience and skills we are looking for:

  • 2 years of relevant experience as FP&A analyst or as controller in a business environment, cost controlling would be an asset. Overall 5 years of experience in Finance roles.
  • Bachelor's or master’s degree (finance, accounting, statistics, mathematics or equivalent).
  • Excellent communication and presentations skills
  • Strong Analytical mindset and Curiosity
  • Good collaboration and ability to interact with business leaders at various organization levels.
  • Ability to work with personal accountability and ownership
  • Ability to organize, summarize and articulate complex financial information for decision making.
  • Attention to details and ability to identify issues or inconsistencies.
  • Strong can-do mentality and drive to accomplish tasks in an environment with multiple stakeholders and BI tools
  • Good English command.
  • Advanced knowledge of Excel, SAP/Oracle & BI tools knowledge, MS Office.
  • Passion for continuous improvements & change management.

If you would like to have…

  • Exciting job in an international company, which is leading the Digital Transformation of Energy Management and Industrial Automation, with significant market share
  • Collaboration with cross-region teams, work in a diverse and supportive team of professionals
  • Induction training - that will help you to smoothly find yourself in our company
  • Special trainings tailored to your needs and career goals
  • Wide choice of benefits (sports card, lunch vouchers, medical care, life & group insurance, holidays & languages subsidiary

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