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Finance - Reprtng & Analysis [9FI9AC11] - BETHESDA, MD

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Purpose: The Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) is responsible for leading business and financial analysis for F&B and retail business, conducting analysis to identify cost optimization and efficiency opportunities, managing budget targets and periodic/quarterly forecast processes, leading analysis for strategic and tactical initiatives of the operations group, interacting with senior field management to facilitate operations decision making process. Essential Functions: • Leads financial and business analysis for F&B and/or retail business • Conducts analysis to identify cost optimization and efficiency opportunities, prepares associated actions plans and follows up on their execution • Independently prepares ad hoc business analysis to proactively anticipate potential business opportunities and challenges • Prepares analysis to explain business performance, also on a pro-forma and normalized basis • Leads budget targets process and quarterly/periodic operations forecasts; supports planning system development and completeness • Manages preparation of business key performance indicators, with particular focus on industry and traffic trend evolution (e.g. capture) • Provides support to Business Analytics team as well as to other departments in terms of financial analysis Reporting Relationship: The Manager FP&A reports into the Director FP&A


Minimum Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Work Environment: • Education and Experience: The combination of education and professional experience must exceed 5 years: - In a technical role: Requires 5 years of experience engaged in delivering financial analysis programs - A bachelor’s degree in a program related to the functional area can count for 2 of the 5-year requirement - An MBA or a master’s level degree in a program related to the functional area can count for an additional 1 years of 5-year requirement - In the industry: 3-5 years of Hospitality, F&B and/or Retail experience • Specialized Training: - Training that leads to an in-depth understanding of the PeopleSoft or SAP Financials and/or other Enterprise Resource Planning systems experience (nVision / Hyperion / Business Warehouse experience preferred) • Specialized Skillset/Competencies/Traits - Requires advanced Excel and financial modeling skills (VBA strongly preferred) - Business acumen and also has the mindset required to understand the long-term implications of strategic planning and to advance the organizations goals - Demonstrated history of understanding the needs of the business, stakeholders, the employee population, and individual circumstances - Demonstrated history of creating and maintaining positive work environments through working with team members to achieve common goals • Location/Travel: - This position requires regular attendance at the F&B Center of Excellence in Bethesda, MD or Retail Center of Excellence in East Rutherford, NJ - This position may require up to 10% travel to airport locations

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