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Iron Mountain Finance Business Partner, Fine Arts in New York, New York


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This position functions as a key member of the GLEAM (Global, Luxury, Entertainment, Arts and Media Markets) Finance team and is a key contributor responsible for overseeing the North America region FP&A needs as well coordinating various topics with the broader finance organization. The position is responsible for leading aspects of the multi-year planning model/process and annual budget process as it relates to their region. Lead the monthly forecast process and provide key support to the product line fp&A 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 and 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.

Manage the monthly forecast and annual planning processes for the North America Fine Arts business

Primary business partner for multiple regions and service lines in North America.

  • Supports the regional GMs of NA and associated service line teams to both understand financial results and manage their P&L to deliver full year budget performance

  • Responsible for P&L budget and forecast updates working closely with the country/business and product line finance teams

  • Prioritize and implement actions against key dates and deliverables across multiple groups ensuring compliance with tasks, deadlines and accuracy of deliverables on both at a Crozier, GLEAM and Enterprise level

  • Build and/or review detailed assumption driven multi-year planning template.

  • Work with business leaders and related finance support to populate model and set targets accordingly

  • Lead aspects of the annual budgeting process (modelling, product and functional coordination) and serve as point person to bridge the high level targets and the detailed budget assumptions

  • Resolve issues and/or inefficiencies in both finance and business related processes by probing and looking beyond symptoms to determine underlying causes to problems and issues

  • Coordinate results review during the close and ensure appropriate submission/correcting entries occur to enable accurate results.

  • Ability to develop relationships across the organization, influence other teams and design collaborations to drive results, improve process efficiency and accuracy of plan. This includes supporting collaboration with the Core and identify synergies opportunities.

  • Effectively communicate with “the customer” to understand needs and seek feedback to improve overall experience and process.

  • Actively work with key business partners and customers to support efforts to improve business needs and overcome delivery challenges

  • Support forward looking business decisions by tracking trends and metrics, and delivering insights on financial and business performance and actionable insights to leadership team.

  • Provide customer and margin level financial performance and analysisSupport Pricing initiatives and analysis within their respective regionsServe as finance business partner to the Crozier Fine Arts business team:

  • Primary business partner for the SGMs of North America, across the region

  • Develop analytics to determine if business team is meeting objectives, identify areas of improvement or opportunity and to support capital requests

  • Develop developing a culture of performance analysis and profitability tracking within the business

  • Manage cost centers for direct and indirect costs

  • Provide ad hoc reports and analytics as needed by business leader to present to Senior Executive Team and other stakeholders

  • Lead team meetings and cross functional initiatives (business trend analytics, process improvement initiatives, M&A integration)

  • Attract and coach key talent within the organization, including mentor junior members of finance team (i.e. finance analysts).

  • Coordination with the Global Product Line leads and Centers of

  • Excellence to produce consolidated results for Fine Arts as needed.

  • Communicator of forecasted and consolidated results for Crozier NA, including supporting the broader GLEAM business compilation on occasion.

  • Serve as finance lead on special projects, including acquisition support, as needed


  • Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting

  • Master’s Degree preferred

  • Minimum 5-7 years related finance experience

  • 10% travel requirement to regional sites

  • Strong functional background of budgeting and planning processes

  • Highly developed analytical and problem solving skills

  • Experience with Hyperion products or Onestream

  • Advanced Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word skills

  • Solid organizational skills; ability to prioritize and manage projects with changing deadlines

  • Excellent analytical skills with ability to draw conclusions and provide specific recommendations

  • Dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service

  • Advanced Excel modeling skills

  • Excellent communication skills (written/verbal), organization and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to work independently while also supporting team objectives

  • Demonstrates initiative and innovation in achieving results

  • Maintains a positive, achievement-oriented attitude

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Requisition # 2019-22418

Category Finance

Type Full-Time