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Role Summary: In this position, the Cash & Past Due Analyst will work closely with the BHGE Europe Turbomachinery & Process Solutions Cash & Past Due Leader, supporting with prompt analysis and taking proper actions aimed at facilitating collection process and achieving quarterly Past Due (PD) targets.
Essential Responsibilities: In this position the candidate will:
Support the weekly Account Receivable (AR) and Collection Dashboard preparation, analysis and continuous update
Analyze and assess the portfolio of AR, supporting with weekly Cash In and Past Due (PD) estimates; detect Risks to Collections and identify Opportunities to reduce PD
Collaborate with Project Managers (PMs) in PD target achievement, supporting them with prompt root cause analysis and taking preventive and/or corrective actions accordingly
Liaise with GE Working Capital collection team and the Project Management teams to constantly gather information on invoices status and support with follow-up actions
Manage the weekly AR reconciliation activity
Prepare the package for the weekly CFOA review with senior management
Master's Degree in Economic, Engineering or Equivalent
Solid Financial skills
Strong analytical mindset
Proficient skills in MS Office tools (Excel and Power Point)
Fluent in Italian and English, written and oral
EU work permit
Able to prioritize activities and meet deadlines
Self-starter, highly motivated
Hard worker and committed to results
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Problem solving skills and process improvement driven mindset
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