Financial Analyst

Location: Dallas Region
Category: Finance & Accounting
Employment Type: Contract

We are looking for a Financial Analyst for a new role based in Irving! This will be a contract role through Q1 2018 with consideration for a longer-term opportunity. Contact us today to get your foot in the door with this growing company!

Job Responsibilities:

  • Preparing, reviewing and distributing monthly P&L reports
  • Reconcile transactions by comparing and correcting data
  • Responsible for the budget & forecast processes
  • Develop, maintain and distribute ad-hoc reports and run financial models as needed
  • Preparation of monthly and quarterly consolidated balance sheet reconciliation.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and/or Finance
  • At least 2 years' experience in financial analysis
  • Exposure to budgeting and forecast modeling
  • Advanced Excel skills to include P-tables and V-lookups

Why choose Addison Finance & Accounting?

  • Pay: We negotiate high salaries using US Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Benefits & Bonuses: You are eligible for medical, dental, vision insurance benefits, 401K, and monetary bonuses
  • Permanent Employment: Many of Addison's Finance & Accounting job openings lead to potential permanent employment
  • Connections: You connect directly with hiring managers from renowned organizations
  • Professional Development: You are provided hiring process advice, resume revision, and employment term negotiation

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