The Associate Director, Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) leads the development of the Company's long-range planning process, working with Senior leadership to develop and maintain models and processes for compiling a 5 year plan. This role also supports planning processes that tie into the long-range planning such as quarterly forecasts and annual budgets. Additionally, this role provides analytical and strategic support to the Technical Operations function within the Research & Development function. This "business partner" is to support high quality decision making and execution by these functions to assist in achieving their goals while adhering to budget guidelines.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
Lead the Company's long-range planning process
Develop and maintain comprehensive budgets/forecasts
Review and analyze planning data and develop reports and presentations
Ad hoc analysis to support strategy discussions and decisions
Proactively identify, design, and implement enhancements to existing processes
Prepare Budget vs. Actual reports; investigate and explain any material discrepancies to finance management and functional leaders
Provide management with forecast insights based on actual performance and budget owner feedback
Work with Finance team to improve monthly closing processes
Perform other tasks as required
Education and Skills Requirements:
At least 10 years of relevant financial planning experience in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology organization preferred with a Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting
Strong planning, modeling and analytical skills with demonstrated business impact in prior role(s)
Strong computer software skills (Microsoft Office Suite Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Experience using financial systems, including skill with ERP and budgeting tools (e.g., Oracle Fusion, Host Analytics)
Team player with a high level of interpersonal skills and collaborative working style to effectively work cross functionally within the company, especially with senior leaders
Strong verbal and written communication skills, including ability to communicate with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in a diverse community
Ability to dynamically handle multiple competing priorities and meet deadlines
Ability to master both strategic and operational issues, a strong technological aptitude, and a positive "can-do" attitude
Candidates must be authorized to work in the U.S.
Sarepta Therapeutics offers a competitive compensation and benefit package.
Sarepta Therapeutics is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and participates in e-Verify.