Financial Analyst - Strategic

Company Name:
Apollos Partners LLC
Apollos Partners has been engaged to recruit for a Senior Financial Analyst for a large real estate company with offices in Atlanta.
The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of financial analysis for a real estate or construction company. With strategy at the core, this role will interface and work with various members and levels of the corporation with the goal of supporting strategic initiatives to help drive value creation and enhance operational performance. Compensation ranges from $60K to $85K based on experience.
The Senior Financial Analyst will be responsible for:
Pricing opportunity assessments, detailing option analyses, cost analyses, marketing analysis and business operations benchmarking.
Generating and publishing various weekly and monthly financial reports using Excel & OLAP
Maintaining, updating, and improving pricing and cost tools
Assessing various drivers to identify opportunities for improvement or benchmarking
Administering the company's forecasting process and financial planning protocol
Identify opportunities for best-practice and sharing best-practices across the organization
Assist in building fact-based framework for new strategic initiatives
Qualifications & Requirements:
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Accounting (Required)
3 to 5 years of private and/or public accounting experience (Required)
Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Excel (i.e. Pivot tables, advanced formulas, charting) (Required)
Strong analytical skills in order to build and draw conclusions from large datasets (Required)
Strong knowledge of GAAP, accounting theory, practice, and financial reporting
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with various levels of personnel
Capacity to manage different projects simultaneously

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