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Role Summary: The Financial Planning (FP&A) Analyst - Manufacturing will track and influence optimal performance (cost, fulfillment, quality, cash) and profitability within the Supply Chain. Dedicated to financial analysis by shop/location, this intermediate level role requires subject matter knowledge and experience.
Essential Responsibilities: The FP&A Analyst will be responsible for supporting the execution of the Finance FP&A processes in the site and drive the finalization of local finance integration activities (LM Wind Power) in the site.
As the Financial Planning (FP&A) Analyst - Manufacturing, you will:
Data structure and process
Lead the data requirements and financial reporting requirements related to manufacturing facility, providing relevant analytics
Have an understanding of shop operations performance and managing the Quarterly forecast and budget process for the site
Be working closely with the LM and Renewables FP&A teams full integration of LM into GE processes
Support the site overall including participating in the closing process and overall accounting of the site
Coordinate with both Operations and Finance leaders to ensure alignment (Controllership, Financial FP&A reporting) meet requirements
Engage with both GE and LM finance teams to determine process implementation requirement for all other finance areas within the site (Commercial Finance, Supply chain finance, etc.)
Support the team in driving the finance controllership culture in the site
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in either Business, Accounting, International Business, Finance or Project Management
Minimum of 3 years of financial analysis with project management experience. Must have strong project management, analytical, and presentation skills
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills and ability to work cross functionally
Strong influencing skills and ability to drive project execution at different levels of the organization
Experience working in a global business environment with sound understanding of global process and transactional flows
Graduate of GE's Financial Management Program (FMP) (GE Employees Only)
Clear thinking / problem solving: successfully led cross-functional projects / process improvement within operations/finance function; able to quickly grasp new ideas
Excellent communication skills: experience working across multiple levels (including executive level), functions and regions
Solid computer skills: experience with financial systems, strong Excel skills in data compilation and aggregation (i.e. pivot tables, VLookup, and Macros)
Confidence / Assertiveness: possess influencing skills across business functions; confidence to approach business leaders with difficult messages and defend position; for example, work closely with business leaders to achieve business objectives
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