Position: Senior FP&A Analyst

Location: New York City

 

The Argyle Group is a provider of B2B media solutions centered around a suite of editorial and event media. Headquartered in New York City with offices in London, the group operates under multiple brands.

Argyle is looking for an experienced Senior FP&A Analyst who will own full cycle company financial reporting and analysis. Growth opportunities abound for the successful candidate

 

The Responsibilities:

  • Analyze current and past trends in key performance indicators including all areas of revenue, cost of sales, expenses and capital expenditures
  • Analyze complex financial information and reports to provide recommendations to the management and senior leadership teams
  • Work closely with all members of the management team, including operations, event management, client success, marketing, sales and HR to provide detailed analysis and strategic recommendations
  • Together with the President and board of directors, assist in formulating Argyle’s future direction and supporting tactical initiatives
  • Monitor performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of unexpected variance
  • Monitor cash balances and cash forecasts
  • Manage the capital request and budgeting process with Controller
  • Oversee and manage the continued development of budgeting, financial forecasting, operating plan and modeling tools
  • Produce ad-hoc reporting and analysis
  • Develop financial models, analyses and processes to support strategic initiatives
  • Prepare presentations to internal stakeholders

 

Qualifications (Required):

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or business
  • 4 years minimum of experience in financial planning and analysis
  • Exceptional ability to manage and leverage data to improve financial operations, reporting and processes
  • Previous record of successful recommendations based on financial analysis
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Exceedingly high standards of accuracy, precision and organization
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to think creatively, with a highly-driven and high ownership mentality

 

Qualifications (Preferred):

  • MBA preferred
  • Previous consulting experience preferred
  • 5+ years experience preferred
  • Microsoft Access and NetSuite
  • Prior M&A experience
  • Experience in B2B media or live events

 

The Perks:

Basic Benefits

  • Medical insurance – 87% company paid employee, 70% paid dependent
  • Life insurance, AD&D, short-term disability and long-term disability – 100% company paid
  • Dental, vision and supplementary insurance (Aflac)
  • 401k with discretionary company match
  • Employee assistance program with free mental health counseling

Premium Benefits

  • 20 days of PTO and 13 holidays
  • Comprehensive pre-tax commuter benefits program that includes benefits with MTA, PATH, Uber, Lyft and many others
  • Competitive salary and quarterly bonus opportunities
  • Unlimited snacks and beverages

Culture and Work Environment

  • Casual dress code in office
  • Monthly company party, volunteer and happy hour events

 

Unfortunately we are only able to accept applications from candidates local to the NYC metro area at this time.

Argyle is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. As such, our employment and recruiting practices do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, parental status, military service or other non-merit factor.

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