Sr. Financial Analyst

Monitors and analyzes financial information ensuring the integrity of the company’s financial records.  Assess and suggest possible solutions to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the internal processes.  Interact with various levels of management within and outside of Finance and internal and external audit teams.  Participate in cross-functional projects.


Prepare and analyze contract profitability.

Conduct inventory analysis and control.

Assist organization's V.P. of Finance & Administration and Director of Accounting in the development of the budget, planning, and other corporate financial requirements.

Respond to requests from management for information and special projects as requested. 

Prepare and distribute various monthly financial reports to Management, additional reports as requested. 

Participate in month end close by preparing journal entries related to royalties, obsolete inventory, warranty, progress billing and group insurance reclass, long term disability, payroll, Cobra, Executive labor, Purchase Price Variance, Cycle Count, Closed Work Order variances, Bad Debt allowances.

Perform audits on a monthly or as needed basis of payroll, expense reports, Vendor Master Listing changes, Benefit Carrier billing, checks over $2,500 and quarterly Sales Taxes. 

Manage fixed assets using FAS system reconciling back to the general ledger; Preparation of Appropriation Request lease vs. buy analysis, CIP, manage AR logs and retirement logs.
Prepare Government forms i.e. Plant Capacity Utilization, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return, Survey reports.

Set-up project work orders for the purpose of tracking expenditures, closing and re-opening of work orders as needed. 

Coordinate the preparation, review and timely submission of required federal and state cost reports.

Assist external auditors by providing requested information and reports i.e. balance sheet comparison, reconciliations, fixed asset count and physical inventory.

Negotiate and administer leasing contracts for copiers as well as fixed assets.

Provide mentorship, training and assignment of work duties to Payroll Coordinator and Cost Analyst, monitoring quality of work performed.

Possess a strong general accounting knowledge, including GAAP and related principles and practices.  Require ability to analyze complex financial and accounting information to prepare clear and concise written reports and spreadsheets.  Require ability to use professional management and/or technical concepts to solve problems and manage projects in creative and effective ways.  Possess excellent verbal communication skills both verbal and written, to support effective correspondence with internal as well as external customers.  Need previous experience using various accounting software applications such as MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  Familiarity with accounting programs such as Exceed, FAS and WDS a plus.

A Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting from an accredited four year college or university; and minimum of  8-10 years experience in financial analysis, long range forecasting and rate studies and analysis.