Director FP&A (Financial Planning and Analysis)


  • Direct and create analysis of weekly, monthly, and quarterly financial reporting metrics to be presented to senior management
  • Provide financial insights to explain quarterly results and shape future forecasts
  • Direct the creation and maintenance of financial models to support the operations of the business
  • Lead financial due diligence for mergers/acquisitions, including preparations of financial models, forecasts, synergy targets, synergy tracking, etc.
  • Develop key performance indicators (KPIs) that support company targets & strategic plans
  • Utilize large amounts of data to analyze historical trends, answer business inquiries and develop future financial predictions
  • Create and maintain complex financial models to accurately forecast expenses and capex on a regular basis
  • Develop an analytical approach for headcount modeling based on organizational dependencies, capacity, and growth projections
  • Drive annual planning processes and create departmental budgets to support business leaders with expense management
  • Partner with business leaders to provide budget variance reporting, key performance trends, operational metrics, and ROI analysis for various initiatives
  • Prepare and present executive level presentations in PowerPoint illustrating key financial data and trends
  • Work cross functionally to understand data, assure accuracy and resolve discrepancies
  • Evaluate process changes within the business to determine any impact to reporting
  • Manage assigned team members’ project workloads, performance and priorities
  • Partner with the business to provide other ad-hoc reporting, special projects and analysis



  • Bachelor’s degree with concentration in finance, operations or related analytical field, MBA preferred
  • 10+ years of applicable experience (with 5+ years in a managerial role), preferably in corporate finance or operations. Software industry a plus.
  • A leadership presence with the ability to communicate across all levels of the organization
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple competing priorities simultaneously and drive projects to completion
  • Demonstrated ability to manage staff people, including demonstration of development of staff
  • Strong analytical, financial modeling and reporting skills
  • Ability to use data to provide insights, draw conclusions and support decision making
  • Advanced user of Excel, working with complex data sets, as well as strong PowerPoint skills
  • Great attention to detail with the ability to recognize problems with data and work cross functionally to resolve
  • Experience with database/data warehouses and other systems like Microsoft Dynamics

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