Job Summary

IndeVets is looking for an astute, resourceful financial planning analyst to lead planning and budgeting initiatives for the company. The analyst will work to identify and monitor significant business trends, and develop analytically informed perspectives on strategic issues.

Work for a young, progressive company that values work-life balance and physical and mental health. We have a strong no-jerk policy. We also have dogs! (plus great benefits, health insurance, yadda yadda)

Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Lead and manage the FP&A framework and business planning processes to deliver strong, risk-balanced plans for continued business growth.
  • Prepare clear, metric-based financial and operating plans including monthly projections, annual budgets, quarterly forecasts/outlooks, long range plans, and monthly operating/business reviews.
  • Conduct financial benchmarking and reporting of key performance indicators.
  • Develop weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual business reviews that include variance, trend, and KPI analysis to the team as well as how the variances affect the future forecast.
  • Work with Business Intelligence dashboard team to mine the data critical for developing dashboards that enable the team to optimize and understand drivers of the business and answer critical business questions.
  • Work cross-functionally within the leadership team to understand and produce the data visualizations needed for: scheduling, recruiting, human resources. Act as a key partner in developing these visualizations to suit the dynamic needs of the business.
  • Assess the financial impact of business decisions in partnership with business managers. Efforts include developing financial analysis (including scenario driven analysis to determine financial outcomes) and developing/presenting recommendations.
  • Provide ad-hoc decision support as necessary.

Qualifications & Skills

  • Undergraduate Degree in Accounting/Finance or relevant field
  • 5+ years in financial/accounting role
  • 3+ years focused FP&A experience
  • Exception Excel based modeling skills
  • Strong technical aptitude and data mining skills

Did we mention we offer great pay & benefits?

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Short-Term Disability Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Paid-Time Off
  • 401(k) contributions
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Equity ownership plan available after 1 full year of service (profit sharing FTW!)

About IndeVets

IndeVets is rethinking veterinary medicine. We give doctors the freedom and flexibility to create their own schedules, by choosing shifts from our hundreds of partner hospitals, using our unique scheduling platform. IndeVets is veterinarian-led and firmly believes that happy doctors are healthy docs and perform better medicine. In just our third year of business, we have more than 90 veterinarians on staff and are growing by 100 percent per year.

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