This is an analyst position reporting to the U. S. Steel Tubular Products Director of Plant Financial Planning & Analysis. This is a highly visible and challenging position working with all levels within the enterprise. The position requires a highly-motivated self-starter who is extremely analytical and has excellent interpersonal skills to collaborate with multiple teams within the enterprise. The teams will depend on the FP&A Analyst to partner with plant leadership at Fairfield Tubular Operations, Tubular Headquarters FP&A, and other areas to drive value throughout the organization. This position is critical to providing analytical support related to U. S. Steel Tubular Product's strategy, critical business priorities, and the achievement of sustainable profitability and economic profit.
Work alongside plant operations and U.S. Steel Tubular Products leadership, forming a trusted business partnering relationship.
Manage and track overhead cost and provide executive reporting.
Provide FP&A support for U. S. Steel's ongoing business transformation process centered on adoption of lean business practices.
Drive process improvements that result in transparency and action on key margin and cash drivers.
Develop Internal Rate of Returns to assess projects and prioritize project spending.
Support the development and presentation of business cases to plant and executive leadership that include proactive, appropriate, and insightful analysis and commentary.
Provide analytical support to plant operations, as well as senior leadership within U. S. Steel Tubular Products, and recommend paths to drive margin improvement.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
Ability to clearly and consistently communicate sensitive, complex or difficult information using simple terms and an appropriate style for the audience.
3-5 years of financial analysis in a large corporate environment preferred.
Ability to contribute to high performing teams, take action to pursue opportunities, address issues, or solve problems through collaboration.
Ability to translate ideas into tangible action plans to help achieve critical business priorities.
Ability to confront tough issues in a creative manner and leverage well-developed team relationships to assess and resolve issues.
Desire to learn and implement successful cross functional team projects.
Proficient in PowerPoint, Excel, HFM, and Oracle.
High attention to detail and the ability to work well in a fast-paced team.
Strong communication, writing, interpersonal, organizational skills and ability to interact with all levels of management.
Level dependent upon experience.
United States Steel Corporation