Consultant, Financial III - 510398
Organization: Financial Operations & Performance
Department: Controller, Power Operations
Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Posting Open: 08/17/2020
Posting Close: 08/27/2020 at 11:59 PM EST
Partners with the organization in all aspects of financial and operational performance management. Engages with all levels of management to influence outcomes and promote sound decision making. Enhances fiscal discipline by creating transparency around financial and operational performance. Measures, monitors, and reports critical factors such as cost, effort, and scope against the established business plans. Highlights factors that could result in unapproved scope and cost inflation. Other accountabilities include financial statement integrity, technical accounting guidance, Sarbanes-Oxley control environment compliance, financial and operational performance reporting, annual business plan development, budgeting and forecasting, financial analysis, cost management, capital project planning, business system development and integration, system and process improvements, and business process management.
Ensure the integrity of the financial statements and a Sarbanes-Oxley control environment.
Improve financial and business acumen and actively educate others by seeking personal education and reviewing business information and technical documents.
Support, influence and facilitate the development and review of budgets and business planning activities.
Support, influence and facilitate the development and review of monthly forecast and savings/use.
Actively develop and foster relationships within the team, with business partner(s) and across Financial Operations & Performance.
Analyze financial reports and cost data to influence and facilitate outcomes for the achievement of business objectives.
Provides management with financial and operational insight to drive effective decision making.
Participate and lead special projects and initiatives as requested.
Works independently as a financial consultant.
Develop and utilize coaching skills with peers.
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