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Financial Sales Analyst

Now in its ninth decade, Conbraco Industries, Inc., is a leading US manufacturer of flow control products for U.S. and international markets. Conbraco has a history of new product development and innovation that dates back to the company's inception in 1928. Today, the Conbraco line of products is marketed under the "Apollo Valves" brand.
We currently have great opportunity for a Financial Sales Analyst reporting to the FP&A Manager. This position will have an active role in the monthly reporting and analysis, ad hoc reporting, budgeting, forecasting, and rebates
Job Description
Prepares financial and business related analysis and research in such areas as financial and expense performance, cost of sales, cash flow forecasting, commissions
Prepares consolidated forecasts, budgets and analyzes trends in revenue, expense, capital expenditures and other related areas
Develops strategic sales and product strategy to maximize company sales and margins.
Analyze sales and margins by customer and product and provide insight and recommendations to improve results.
Utilizes PC and/or mainframe-based systems and software; compiles and prepares reports, graphs and charts of data developed
Assists in month-end close and reporting
Responsible for other ad hoc requests & analysis
Requirements
Bachelor's degree in finance/accounting or related field.
Typically requires two years business related experience.
Must be able to make decisions and solve problems that are general in nature and for which there are precedents.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills.
Excellent time management skills.
High level of proficiency with Microsoft Excel and comfortable working JD Edwards or other accounting software.


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