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Job Overview

As a key partner working closely with Engineering/Product, Finance & Procurement leaders, this role will work to execute a variety of workstreams aimed at improving Coupang’s AWS cloud visibility & cost efficiency.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide Cloud cost forecast and variance analysis during month end closing, quarterly forecast and annual budget planning period
  • Support Cloud savings plan strategy, forecast, monitor and execute Cloud savings plan
  • Provide strategic finance support on cloud related projects & initiatives
  • Build custom cloud cost models for forecasting and decision making
  • Track AWS Key performance indicators, monitor AWS spend to key business metrics performance & standardize KPI reporting
  • Further drive AWS reporting & forecasting automation and simplification

Experience & Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business or related field
  • 5+ years of experience in financial planning and analysis in a fast-paced technology-oriented organization
  • Experience in developing complex financial models, creating new financial processes, models and tools
  • Strong MS-Office skills (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint) and experience with SAP. Experience with SQL & Tableau a plus.
  • Great communication skill, ability to articulate complex cloud & financial topics clearly.
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