Schlumberger Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst in Bucharest, Romania
Title for Posting Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst
PSA/Division CAMERON (CORP)
Division Cameron Corporate
Job Discipline Finance
Employment Status REGULAR
Region EACR (Europe, Africa, Caspian, Russia)
Job Summary For our Financial Services Hub located in AFI Park, Bucharest,
We are looking for Talented, Hands-on, Customer-Centric finance professionals, with a passion for establishing and developing first-class services level, to join our growing team, as Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst.
In this role you must be able to work independently, have a hands-on approach, and interact effectively
with professionals at all levels. You'll need strong analytic skills and the ability to translate your clients' business plans and goals into the profesional competencies needed to achieve outstanding results.
You'll need professional communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to function in an innovative, challenging and fast-paced environment andbe part of a global team.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, the opportunity to work flexible hours, as well as development in your role.
Your main responsibility will be to provide monthly, quarterly and annual actuals reporting & forecasting support as well as financial analysis, for entities across the world.
Your Key Responsibilities:
Analysis of monthly, quarterly and annual financial results in comparison with the budget/ forecast/ historical trends and associated Key Performance Indicators (financial & non-financial).
Ensuring timely and accurate reporting of monthly results, forecasts and budgets via working with Division & Group finance teams and the BPC submissions and consolidations.
Tracking orders, backlogs, sales & margins and providing analysis from different angles to serve as financial partner in meeting continuous improvement and business targets.
Monitoring working capital ratio and advising the stakeholders the necessary measures to achieve the targeted financial and cash flow performance.
Preparing variance analysis on balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and other financial reports.
Analyzing trends, costs, revenues, financial commitments and obligations incurred to help predict future revenues and expenses.
Coordinating and preparing the Division's annual budget process, quarterly forecasts and monthly updates with plant operations.
Collecting, analyzing and interpreting data to help produce accurate reporting. Performing detail analysis to identify errors and root causes of errors, and helping develop workable solutions or alternatives.
Advising management and stakeholders on the necessary measures to achieve the strategic and financial objectives of the organization.
Identifying and working with the relevant stakeholders to investigate into irregular financial results/trends.
Providing accounting and analytical support to Management and Plant Operations.
Continuously improving the planning and analysis process in line with business requirement and Group policies.
Ensuring across-the-board implementation of standard finance practices.
Identifying weaknesses in internal control and suggesting improvements.
Assessing and highlighting opportunities for increased cost efficiencies
Developing and evaluating business or project financial metrics and drivers
Providing SAP/BPC research and support to accounting and Operations.
Work closely with the plants in preparations of monthly plant packages.
Liaising with Divisional personnel around the world on financial analysis.
Preparing ad hoc reports for management and division as necessary.
Projects assigned as necessary.
Minimum Job Qualifications
Successful Candidates Will Demonstrate
A background in accounting, strong understanding of IFRS and proven analytical skills (data interpretation and review).
You should possess excellent Excel spreadsheet skills and the ability to communicate ideas and influence change across the finance organization.
Experience on SAP (or another ERP system) would be beneficial.
Professional finance qualification (ACCA / CPA etc) would be desirable.
You must also be able to communicate to an advanced level in English
Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.
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