Position Overview

This FP&A Manager will be a key member of our Financial Planning and Analysis Team helping support the Sales, Marketing, Clinical and Service organizations. This role will be a key business partner to the Commercial team, managing operating expenses and headcount, understanding and tracking key financial KPI’s, working cross functionally on strategic initiatives, and driving efficiencies in forecasting and reporting processes.  The ideal candidate will be organized, adaptable, proactive, responsive and possess strong communication skills. This is a unique finance opportunity to join a team when the business is early in its lifecycle and the ability to make significant impact in this highly visible role.   This role will report to the VP of FP&A and partner closely with the Sr. Finance Manager responsible for the Revenue forecasting and reporting and overall Commercial team support.

What you will be doing:

  • As the finance business partner for the Commercial teams (Sales, Marketing, Clinical and Service), drive their financial forecasting and reporting processes ensuring timely execution, accurate forecasts, insightful summaries and business recommendations to improve expense leverage
  • Assist in the development of long range plan, annual, quarterly, and monthly expense budgets and forecasting/reporting process for the Commercial organizations; including headcount and expenses, presentation of data, analysis of results, and identification of initiatives to improve expense leverage.
  • Own the company service cost model and provide strategic financial analysis to optimize the service P&L.  
  • Partner with the Go To Market teams to improve upon the financial close and forecast timing, visibility and accuracy.
  • Identify and lead initiatives to continuously improve, automate, and scale forecasting and reporting tools, processes, and methodologies
  • Become a power user of our financial planning and reporting system (Planful/Host Analytics) and our ERP.
  • Proactively manage operating expenses and headcount to help ensure the Commercial organizations stay within budget.
  • Partner with Finance, Accounting and business partners to ensure accurate month end accruals, and month/qtr end reporting requirements.
  • Provide financial analysis/insights/presentations on other assigned strategic initiatives and adhoc analysis and projects

 What we need to see:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting
  • 5+ years of FP&A experience, ideally in a high growth company
  • Strong working knowledge of financial planning, forecasting and reporting processes
  • Excellent communicator and collaborator across multiple departments. Practices a service-oriented business partnering approach and excels in relationship building across the organization
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel financial modeling skills with the ability to gather and analyze data to deliver summarized results with recommendations.
  • Strong problem-solving skills, highly analytical with attention to detail
  • Strong experience with financial forecasting and reporting systems such as Planful/Host Analytics preferred
  • Highest standards of accuracy and precision; highly organized

Ways to stand out from the crowd.

  • Track record of driving forecasting and reporting process improvements and automation.
  • Ability to influence through clear presentation and communication of complex data analysis.
  • Ability to recognize and employ appropriate interaction styles and methods to achieve the desired outcome
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, collaboration and consultative skills. Inquisitive and positive mindset in approaching complex problems

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