Vonage Finance Mission: We are a critical player in contributing to both short-term and long-term business decisions. We oversee and provide timely and accurate financial information across the organization, to leaders, decision-makers and external stakeholders. We protect company assets, both real and intangible, and ensure financial compliance with country, state and local laws. We serve as an indispensable business partner on topics requiring economic, financial and fiduciary inputs and expertise.

 

Why this role matters

Financial Planning & Analysis examines financial information and produces forecasts about business, industry and economic conditions. We interpret data to help management understand business performance, markets, trends and outlook. We provide critical information in support of strategic planning, investment, divestment and other management decision-making. You can join our team as a Financial Analyst II, partnering with business leaders across lines of business, geographic regions or other areas of the company.

 

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What you will do

·   Develop outlooks, forecasts and annual plans as required to support business planning and decision-making.

·   Perform financial research and analysis, including rates of return, projections, sensitivity analysis and other financial or expense projects.

·   Prepare financial forecasts, including budget, expense, staffing or economic.

·   Assist with budget development and review.

·   Develop, analyze and report business unit / area expense and profitability metrics.

·   Present results of analysis and make cost reduction and/or profitability recommendations to management.

·   Collaborate with product / operations stakeholders and line management to understand, model and assess the financial outcome of potential deals.

·   Maintain financial records in accordance with US GAAP and Vonage accounting policies.

·   Analyze and evaluate budget performance and financial plans, including actual versus planned results.

·   Review planning and analysis processes and recommend improvement opportunities.

·   Ensure organizational compliance with government regulations and internal controls.

·   May provide informal support to less experienced team members.

 

What you will bring

·   Strong experience creating financial spreadsheets, charts and reports displaying business performance / forecasting data.

·   Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

·   Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

·   Ability to:

o Extract statistical and informative reports from the financial system.

o Compile, monitor, examine and audit financial statements, reports and accounts.

o Communicate complex financial information to non-financial audiences and decision-makers.

o Apply analytical skills to evaluate and interpret complex financial and economic models, forecasts and scenarios.

o Use accounting, financial reporting and related data management systems, tools and software packages.

 

What is required for application

Required

·   Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance or related discipline.

·   Corporate finance experience, FP&A experience - 7-10+ years required.

Oracle experience is preferred.

Experience with SaaS/Technology Industry is highly preferred.

Early background and experience in investment banking or investment training background a plus.

Preferred

 Master’s Degree.

What is in it for you

In addition to providing exciting work, career advancement opportunities, and a collaborative work environment, Vonage provides competitive pay and benefits including unlimited discretionary time off and tuition reimbursement.

 

 

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