Financial Analyst I

Company Name:
The Cleveland Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Inc.
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Reports financial status by preparing and analyzing financial plans, forecasts, and reports. Under general supervision, is responsible for functions of the accounting and budgetary process. Using established procedures, analyzes departmental sales data, programs and operations. Applies fundamental fiscal concepts to help prepare written and oral budgetary recommendations for implementation in department budgets. Assists departmental management staff and other personnel in technical budgetary matters during budget hearings, finance meetings, and in the general preparation and administration of the budget. Prepares short and long range budgetary projections utilizing economic forecasting and financial analytic techniques to assess the impact of budget changes. Utilizes current organization-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.
Tracks financial status by monitoring variances from plan.
Determines financial status by comparing and analyzing plans and forecasts with actual results
Improves financial status by analyzing results and variances; identifying trends; recommending actions
Reconciles transactions by comparing and correcting data
Increases productivity by developing automated applications; eliminating duplications; coordinating information requirements
Provides information to management by assembling and summarizing data; preparing reports; making presentations of findings, analyses, and recommendations
Provides fiscal and organizational advice to representatives of assigned departments regarding projected programs and objectives according to established budgetary procedures.
Provides technical assistance to assigned departments on budget issues in current or proposed programs
Prepares charts and diagrams showing prior, current and projected revenues and expenditures to provide a basis for comparison and evaluation.
Evaluates and reports on abnormalities of departmental authorized practices and procedures
Utilizes various computer financial information systems in the preparation of analyses, evaluation and reports relating to assigned areas.
Utilizes current organization-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments. Other duties as assigned
Education: Bachelor's degree (B.A.) in business administration, finance or accounting.
Experience: One year's related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in business administration, finance or accounting
Language skills: Ability to effectively partner with and influence business managers, write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions at all functional levels.
Reasoning Ability: Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, critical thinking and attention to detail.

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