Finance Manager II

Company Name:
Nalco Champion
Provide support to all aspects of the Finance for Energy division, including business/finance integration support, financial synergy tracking, financial planning and analysis, and financial modeling. Drive profit and loss, synergy, headcount, and capital forecasting and annual planning for the division and provide financial analysis on business performance, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) integration and business modeling, capital investments, and long-range financial planning. Lead M&A/integration aspect of the planning and forecasting process for the Energy division. Manage cross functional and multinational projects. Build complex financial models using MS Excel and financial reporting systems or databases including Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) and Capital IQ. Manage cross-functional and multinational business processes. Assist with financial due diligence and prepare financial modeling on prospective business acquisitions. Lead M&A integration. Lead improvements in key business processes and projects, especially those requiring cross-group participation and analysis. Develop and execute unique quantitative and analytical projects and processes. Domestic travel 15%.
Minimum requirements: Masters degree in business administration, finance, or accounting and 4 years experience in the job offered or as a Financial Analyst, Accountant, or related. Education or experience must have included 4 years of the following: financial planning and analysis, business analysis, financial modeling, and business planning including monthly financial performance analysis of Profit and Loss Statements, Cash Flow and Balance Sheets; management of cross-functional and multinational projects and business processes; building complex financial models using MS Excel to develop key financing terms, alternative capital structures and quantifying financial impact of investments; use of financial systems or databases (such as Capital IQ, FactSet, or EPM); and M&A financing and integration activities including reporting and presenting business analysis and recommendations to senior management.

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