Description

The Finance & Accounting Team is looking for a professional, bright, friendly, and team-oriented individual who is interested in an exciting and challenging position as our Financial Analyst I at RefleXion Medical. This entry-level position reports to the Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) Manager, and their duties will be split between Finance and Accounting.  This is a unique position that allows you to contribute to both functional areas of Finance – FP&A and accounting.  This is a dynamic and evolving role that is anticipated to eventually focus on one functional area and provides the opportunity to develop rapidly. Working within FP&A supporting the annual budget and periodic forecasts, you will see first-hand how the entire business model comes together and the impact of management decisions. Exposure within accounting provides a more granular level of detail to operating activities, with both departments developing your analytical skills.

This position requires strong attention to detail, the ability to meet deadlines, and the ability to work within a dynamic, fast-paced environment with the expectations of the role consistently expanding.

Responsibilities

Finance Responsibilities

  • Supports FP&A Manager in the annual budget completion and periodic forecasts by working within the budget tool – AppComputing, which includes making updates related to Sales, Cost of Goods Sold, Inventory, Headcount, Operating Expenses, Capital Expenditures and Cost Centers
  • Prepare Excel templates for the annual budget and periodic forecasts
  • Responsible for transmitting accounting data from our ERP system – QAD into the budget tool on a monthly basis; Headcount changes on a weekly basis
  • Produce, analyze and interpret various financial reports from AppComputing
  • Provide budget-to-actual variance analysis on a monthly basis through template preparation
  • Create documentation to support evolving finance processes
  • Support initiatives to improve and automate forecasting and reporting tools
  • Perform ad hoc reporting and analysis to support the business

Accounting Responsibilities

  • Cross-train with Accounts Payable and serve as back-up support as needed on the following job duties:
  • Input invoices into our ERP system – QAD according to the correct expense-type and departmental classification
  • Ensure invoices have the proper documentation and approvals in accordance with the company’s procurement policies
  • Work cross-functionally with the purchasing department to resolve discrepancies, review unmatched purchase order receipts and resolve the disposition of old items
  • Maintain excellent relationships, interact professionally and collaboratively with internal and external business partners for invoice dispute resolutions, obtaining approvals, voucher processing, payment status and other inquiries
  • Assist in the preparation of weekly check run and electronic payments (ACH, Wires) in accordance to deadlines

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting or related field
  • 1+ years of professional work experience and/or internship in related field preferred, but not required
  • Experience working in ERP systems a plus
  • Understanding of general finance and accounting principles and the ability to read and interpret financial statements
  • Open-minded to evolving finance processes and changing job duties
  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills and a desire to improve these as you gain experience
  • Self-motivated, self-starter with a sense of urgency and the ability to work alone and as part of a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to collaborate cross-functionally

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