Iron Mountain Vice President, CFO-Americas in Boston, Massachusetts
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
The VP, CFO - Americas is responsible for leading financial management processes for the Americas region of Iron Mountain’s Global Records & Information Management businesses. This includes support of North American and Latin American operating teams. As a VP, finance and business partner, this individual will help drive efficiency improvements throughout the organization through various activities including budgeting, modeling, forecasting, and reporting tailored to enable decision making by senior management. The Vice President, CFO - Americas is a key member of Iron Mountain finance leadership and the Americas leadership team.
The role requires the ability to understand and apply specific business knowledge in an effort to anticipate potential problems and force timely resolutions. Additionally, this position requires frequent interaction with business line Executive and Operational management, therefore strong presentation and communication skills are necessary. This position will need to resolve complex issues, as well as provide guidance and advice to the business around various growth and cost savings strategies.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Partner with SVP & Regional General Managers and members of the Finance leadership team to drive profitable growth and continuous improvement.
Build a high functioning, diverse team with the capabilities to deliver analytics that ensure key business performance risk, issues, and opportunities are highlighted to management. Position Finance team to influence these areas.
Provide accurate and timely reporting of actual vs. budget results. Work with business managers to analyze variances and identify trends.
Lead the Americas annual Multi-Year Planning (MYP) and budget processes, including timely rollup and presentation of the overall business plans. Drive performance management of same and ongoing day to day operations.
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
Lead cross-functional / cross-divisional projects and programs
Train, manage, and develop domestic and international teams
Support M&A process by identifying and assessing potential acquisitions and support deals post-close.
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
Strong people manager with ability to manage teams and to develop talent at various levels and locations. Develop a team that is highly competent, business-minded, growth oriented, diverse and inclusive, and motivated.
Advanced proficiency in Hyperion Performance 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, 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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