Datto, the world's leading provider of IT solutions delivered through managed service providers, is looking for a Senior Business Analyst to join a growing team.  Learn more about Datto at datto.com.

Does This Describe You:

You have a passion for learning and like to take on new challenges and opportunities.

A Look Inside the Job:

  • You will report to the FP&A Manager
  • Work closely with the VP of FP&A, CFO and senior leadership members of the Research & Development team including the CTO and CPO
  • Partner with Product leaders on new offerings and prepare various financial models
  • Maintain logic and assumptions for product analyses and profitability
  • Develop and maintain cost per tb model to help make future decisions
  • Prepare other analyses as needed for R&D to support growth across various initiatives
  • Maintain headcount model and forecast
  • Collaborate across various teams to determine unit-level economics for product lines (as an example)
  • Contribute to the formation of a detailed operating plan and long-term corporate financial model; track ongoing changes to the business in the rolling forecast working closely with the FP&A Analyst
  • Communicate and effectively collaborate with various levels of seniority within and outside the organization

About You:

  • 5+ years of FP&A, banking, PE, VC or consulting experience
  • A Bachelor's degree with an excellent academic record, preferably with an emphasis in finance, accounting, computer science, or economics
  • A strong understanding of financial accounting and 3-statement financial models
  • Exceptional skills in Microsoft Excel, financial modeling, and data analytics
  • Strong communication skills both orally and in writing with the ability to summarize analyses thoughtfully
  • High level of maturity and an exceptional work ethic and strong attention to detail
  • A self-starter who can take on responsibility with little guidance
  • Resourceful and able to work with changing priorities and incomplete data

Bonus Points:

  • Experience working with Publicly Traded Companies
  • SQL and Tableau experience

Benefits:

We are proud of our wide ranging benefits package available to all full-time employees, including but not limited to:

  • Virtual “Datto University” onboarding program
  • Health Insurance
  • LinkedIn Learning
  • Headspace app
  • Charity match program
  • Education reimbursement

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