Iron Mountain Director, Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) - Remote in Boston, Massachusetts
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Director FP&A- Remote
Reports to the VP, CFO Americas
The Director, Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) leads financial management processes for Iron Mountain’s North America Global Records & Information Management businesses. and functions as a key member of the North American Financial Planning and Analysis team as a key contributor and is responsible for supporting the North American Operations group as well as the broader finance organization.
The Director, FP&A manages the Annual Budget, Monthly Forecasting, and Reporting/Analysis of Month end results and resolves complex issues and provides guidance and advice to the business around growth and cost savings strategies. As a key Finance and a business partner, this individual will help drive efficiency improvements throughout the organization through various activities including budgeting, modeling, forecasting, and reporting.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
●Annual Budget, Monthly Forecasting, and Reporting/Analysis of Month end results.
●Provide accurate and timely assessment of actual vs. budget results, with focus on action- oriented margin segmentation. Mitigate risks and execute opportunities stemming from analysis.
●Lead the annual Multi-Year Planning and budget processes, including timely rollup and presentation of the overall business plans. Drive performance management of same and ongoing day to day operations.
●Drive efficient capital allocation and cash management through management of annual investment budget and analysis of working capital
●Connect non-Financial leading indicators to pace expected financial results and direct functions to manage costs accordingly
●Prepare quarterly consolidated forecasts and long-term strategic plans
●Provide strategic financial and operational analysis to help senior management make informed decisions regarding direction of business
●Develop, implement and report key financial metrics throughout the organization
●Manage team of 2-3 F&A managers
●Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or related field; MBA a strong plus
●10+ years of progressive financial experience focused on providing budget, forecast and business analysis support within a large, global corporation; ideally gained thorough performing a mix of Corporate, Business Unit and Operational Finance roles and working in a matrixed environment
●Thought leader and Forward Thinker
●Agile and Nimble; Need to be able to drive decision making in a fast paced environment.
●Ability to anticipate barriers/opportunities and think out of the box to enable solutions
●Demonstrates Growth Mindset
●Advanced proficiency in Oracle enterprise management applications or equivalent, presentation building and reporting
●Excellent analytical and financial modeling skills strongly preferred.
●Key capabilities and competencies include: talent management, attention to detail, initiative, communication, analytical skills, relationship management, consultation, critical evaluation, leadership and navigation, and ethical practice.
●Strong analytical skills needed to synthesize large quantities of data, identify trends and drivers, and distill them into insightful analysis for senior management.
●Ability to build partnerships, influence decisions, work in a collaborative style and become a sought-out financial business partner.
●Passion for driving and delivering results to provide valuable performance analysis and reporting on a timely basis to help facilitate decision making
●Act as an advocate and role model for understanding cost drivers and cost control.
●Creative thinker who promotes communication, fosters teamwork across the organization, and achieves consensus; excellent interpersonal skills.
Category: Finance Group
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