Senior Financial Analyst
- Munich, Germany
Amazon Logistics is seeking a Senior Finance Analyst to join an exciting, high growth area of Amazon within our European Operations Finance team in Munich to closely cooperate with the Design & Construction and Real Estate teams, providing relevant financial analysis.
We are looking for a smart and creative individual to become the main point of contact and business partner of those two teams as well as to implement controls and drive rigor around budgets in the area of construction and real estate spend. The senior finance analyst will need to be able to both support as well as challenge his business partners with the help of metrics, KPIs and relevant business insights.
This role will collaborate with multiple stakeholders across various functions and countries. The position will work with partners within the Amazon Logistics business but also in the wider Amazon Operations organization; acting as a representative of Amazon Logistics, as such strong inter-personal, communication and partnering skills as well willingness to work cross-functionally are important.
This role will require the holder to improve existing processes but also support and lead the design and implementation of new processes.
This will be a highly visible and varied role, in which the job holder will have the ability to bring new ideas to the business, interact with senior leaders and help influence the direction and decision making of the EU AMZL business.
- Degree Qualification
- Ability to develop new ideas and influence business decisions
- IT literate with strong Microsoft Excel skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
- Great inter-personal skills and ability to work with different types of people
- Positive attitude and willingness to learn
- Good analytical skills
Strong attention to detail with ability to manage multiple competing priorities and work to deadlines
- Prior experience in the construction or real estate area is not required, interest to learn is essential
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