BAYADA Home Health Care is seeking a Financial Analyst to work in our Financial Planning and Analysis department, located in our state of the art facility in Pennsauken, NJ.  

Responsibilities:

As a Financial Analyst in the Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) office at BAYADA Home Health Care, you will work alongside FP&A Director and FP&A team members to support the CFO and BAYADA Management with financial planning and analytic activities.  This is a highly visible role working with senior leadership across the organization and is a critical position that provides a meaningful contribution to helping BAYADA achieve its vision to serve millions of people worldwide experience a better quality of life in the comfort of their own homes while building and maintaining a lasting legacy as the world’s most compassionate and trusted team of home health care professionals.

Primary responsibilities for the FP&A Financial Analyst include: 

  • Perform enterprise-wide budget software administration and provide budgeting support and guidance for business leaders across the organization to drive accountability to goals and plans at a detailed level.
  • Assist with the process and provide analysis for capital budgeting activities.
  • Assist with preparation of quarterly management presentations, reports, and analyses to directly support company-wide presentations as well as presentations to Company Board, Management Committee, and external stakeholders (e.g. legislators, payers, healthcare systems).
  • Assist with financial forecasts including income statement, balance sheet and cash flow.
  • Work with multiple areas of the organization to understand operational decisions’ impacts to the P&L.
  • Perform special projects or requests to support the FP&A Director.
  • Demonstrate and communicate the core values of BAYADA Home Health Care and The BAYADA Way: compassion, excellence and reliability

This position will be heavily involved in the administration of BAYADA’s budgeting software (and proposed implementation of new budgeting software next year) and Medicare cost reporting for the enterprise. 

Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 years’ successful experience in a FP&A role.
  • A BS in Accounting or Finance required. 
  • A strong understanding of financial statements, NPV, IRR, ROI.
  • Strong analytical mindset and skills.
  • A demonstrated record of strong interpersonal skills and ability to set goals and achieve them.
  • High attention to detail, good organizational/prioritization skills, and ability to multi-task.
  • Self-motivation, dependability, and a focus on results.
  • Advanced experience in Microsoft Excel (pivot tables, vlookup, and advanced functions) and Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Previous experience in Workday, Workday Planning, Adaptive Insights budgeting software and Tableau is strongly preferred.

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