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Financial Analyst

Position Description

Job Description


What does a great Financial Analyst do?


Fiserv is seeking a self-motivated finance associate to join the Finance organization. In this highly visible Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) role this individual will be responsible for preparing financial and business related analysis in a fast paced and dynamic finance organization supporting multiple business units and products. Success in this position requires an ability to effectively identify and present actionable insights on key performance indicators in the business through accurate and transparent financial reporting. Additionally, this individual will foster strong working relationships with peers and executives in the company to cooperatively achieve strategic objectives.


As a Financial Analyst you can look forward to:



  • Assist in the timely preparation and review of monthly financial results including variance analysis and business review presentations.

  • Ensure accuracy and transparency of reported and forecasted financial results.

  • Analyze risks and opportunities and develop key business metrics to drive margin growth.

  • Assist in the preparation of the Annual Long Range Plan, Annual Operating Plan, and the Annual Budget.

  • Prepare ad hoc analyses of varying complexity to appropriate for all levels of the organization.

  • Ability to prepare business cases as needed to support continued growth in the assigned business unit.

  • Create hypotheses and analyses to identify and recommend business process improvements that result in streamlined processes.

  • Work across business units to assess and develop best practices.

  • Travel as required, expected to average less than 5%.


You?re the kind of person who:



  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Detail oriented/process driven.

  • Pro-active/anticipates future needs.

  • Highly organized ? must be able to efficiently manage multiple deadlines and competing priorities.

  • Strong knowledge of financial analysis techniques and GAAP.

  • Ability to influence peers and stakeholders to alignment on strategic objectives.


Preferred qualifications for consideration:



  • Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting.



  • Minimum of 1 relevant finance or accounting internship.

  • Power user of Microsoft Excel as well as proficiency in other Microsoft Office Applications.

  • SAP Business Warehouse experience preferred.


Who we are:


Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet.


Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Visit http://www.careers.fiserv.com/eeo for more information.



Company Description:

Going Up?  Today's shifting demands require a partner who shares your goals with the proven expertise to help you reach them.  For more than 16,000 clients worldwide, Fiserv is transforming the way financial services are delivered to ensure business growth.  With Fiserv, you have the power to go places.  The power within.  www.fiserv.com


 


Fiserv Technology Makes the Difference
Through thousands of partnerships with clients worldwide and hundreds of solutions, Fiserv touches almost every part of financial services €“ online & mobile banking, account processing, e-payments, lending, wealth management...our technology makes the difference in every interaction.


 


Fiserv Technology: Consumer Reach and Scale
Fiserv technology simplifies financial transactions. We enable 120 million deposit accounts, 60 million online banking users, and 23 million active bill payment users, making financial transactions easy to allow people to focus on the things that really matter: planning, living and prospering.




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