Financial Analyst II - WW Ops
WW Operations Finance is seeking an analyst to support the growing Robotics team!
Finance is all about the numbers…unless you work at Amazon; it's knowing the numbers and so much more. Enthusiasm and energy help us deliver new ideas, and solutions. Do you view problems as treasures, and are you willing to dive deep to develop those solutions and deliver results? Will you seek to challenge the status quo, and accept that your ideas and mechanisms may be tested daily? At Amazon, we move with purpose and speed, and this requires we work with a dynamic network of Operations, HR, Tech and Retail partners. We help others understand finance and are the trusted business advisors. We employ every facet of data and communication to ensure our partners and our leaders have the most up to date and reliable information to help them make the best possible decision. Come teach us a few things, and we'll teach you a few things as we navigate the most customer-centric company on Earth.
This is a perfect position for someone who knows how to work fast and smart. Your know how to avoid sticky predicaments, and you are good about avoiding the mess, sooner rather than later. You know how to find details that make all the difference, and which ones don't add value. You know the difference between spending time wisely and wasting time.
Job Responsibilities include:
Collecting, analyzing and reviewing quantitative data and creating meaningful reports to drive business improvement and cost reductions
Root cause analysis and uncovering core issues using data, then assisting the FC improve and create new measures for site productivity
Assist with development, and implementation of policies and programs that guide the organization in maintaining and improving its competitive position and profitability
Own the development of all weekly and monthly financial close, all planning, forecasting, and reporting models and their continuous innovation and improving the use and ease of interpretation by your Operations partners
Work with data source providers and technology teams to ensure that key decision data is accurate, automated and timely
Proven ability to learn how to handle competing priorities while providing level-headed decision making during unexpected events
- BA/BS Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, Engineering and/or similar discipline with analytical bias
- 2+ years' relevant experience in positions that require financial analysis including familiarity with concepts of forecasting, budgeting, variance analysis, and/or data interpretation and analysis
- 1+ years' experience performing financial and ad hoc analysis using data reporting tools
- Experience with Excel advanced functions (macros, index, conditional list, arrays, pivots, lookups)
Demonstrated financial and/or analytical experience including familiarity with concepts of forecasting, budgeting, and variance analysis, and/or data interpretation and analysis
Solid experience demonstrating problem solving and root cause analysis
Highly analytical, detail oriented and a demonstrated strong sense of business management; proven ability to develop new ideas and ability to deliver solutions
Ability to meet tight deadlines, prioritize workload and achieve effective results in a fast-paced, dynamic, ever-growing and often ambiguous environment; effective multi-tasking skills are vital
Demonstrated effective communication and presentation skills working with peers and various levels of management
Experience working with large-scale data mining and reporting tools (i.e. SQL, MSAccess, Essbase and/or Cognos)
Knowledge of Manufacturing, Distribution Center or Logistics processes and systems a plus
Career progression and willingness to relocate for advancement opportunities
Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability /Veteran
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