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We are seeking a Financial Analyst to help manage Information Technology (IT) finances across Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK). The position is situated within the centralized Information Systems division and is responsible for both internal divisional financial activities as well as tracking and reporting on IT spend outside of the division. This position offers tremendous growth opportunities and professional advancement. This position is also great for individuals with financial experience looking to break into the technology field.
• Develop cost models to understand the true cost of IT products and services and provide recommendations on cost optimization opportunities.
• Prepare and analyze monthly, quarterly, and annual divisional spend against budgets to identify problems, trends, and issues that require further review.
• Leverage Business Intelligence tools to further automate manual tracking of financial activity.
• Assist in the development of the quarterly variance reports.
• Assist in annual budget planning and preparation activities.
• Assist in developing forecasting of all IS related spend.
• Work with other divisions throughout Memorial Sloan Kettering to track IT project spending.
• Evaluate chargeback or show backs strategies.
• Participate in reviewing and providing insight to MSK executives on the financial health of vendors.
• Discuss your work with divisional Vice Presidents as well as the Senior Vice President and CIO.
• Currently working as a financial analyst or have relevant experience with financial analysis.
• Great at working with financial data, budgets, reports, and analysis tools.
• Independent worker and can prioritize work to meet established quarterly objectives and deadlines.
• Highly detail-oriented worker and analytical thinker with an ability to conduct research, data analysis, and resolve complex problems with creativity and innovation in mind.
• Familiar with or eager to learn new visualization and data analytics tools and techniques.
• A team player with the ability able to develop relationships at all levels throughout MSK.
• Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting and 3+ years of related experience in accounting or financial management. OR
• 5+ years minimum related experience in accounting or financial management in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
• Experience with cost accounting, financial reporting, and budgeting.
• Experience with IT costs and services performance analysis preferred but not required.
• Significant experience with Microsoft Excel including working with pivot tables.
• Experience with drivers of financial performance preferred.
• Strong time management, multitasking, and organizational skills required.
• Experience with data warehouse querying and data visualization tools such as Tableau, Cognos, or others is preferred.
MSK is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran status or any other factor which cannot lawfully be used as a basis for an employment decision.
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