Financial Analysis Consultant

Job ID: EG-1017376 Description:

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SUMMARY: This position in Finance is responsible for supporting Financial Planning and Analysis activities across the Service Delivery Organization (SDO). The SDO exists to serve members, providers and internal partners across three Lines of Business (Group, Government and Retail). The SDO is a shared services organization that supports Lines of Business operations, payment services, member services and provider services. This role supports a FP&A Manager who works closely with SDO leadership, departments and project owners to maximize the value of each dollar spent. This leader will be a finance thought partner in SDO's transformation through continuous improvement of business processes and focus on operational efficiencies.

In addition, this position will be responsible for supporting the budget and financial metric processes across Internal Operations. The position will need to be an excellent team player with an aptitude for understanding both financial and operational concepts/procedures for the divisions supported. Continual development and practicing of sound relationship management with internal and external customers will be critical. Activities will include those cost containment/reduction, budget and resource planning, monitoring/analysis of financial metrics, reporting, and forecasting. Areas of responsibility may also include managing financial initiatives and strategies; managing accounting and invoicing systems/processes, capital planning/management for IT equipment/software, Enterprise Portfolio Management to include financial reporting, forecasting, and estimation, as well as managing financial goals and objectives.


This position is responsible for providing support to all levels of Internal Operations and Enterprise Portfolio management and customers in the development and monitoring of divisional budgets and corporate projects; building complex financial models; and determining impact of potential mergers and acquisition partners. Accountable for financial initiatives and strategies, accounting systems and funding strategies to ensure adherence to budgets, and budgeted financial goals and objectives.


  • Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Business, Economics or Finance OR 8 years of experience in accounting, finance, business, and/or economics.
  • Knowledge of tools/applications used within Internal Operations (i.e. Blue View, Center View, Workforce Tools, PeopleSoft, Ariba, ITAM, ISAM, Clarity, eBudget) and experience with comparable tools.
  • Strategically oriented; financial and business acumen skills.
  • Knowledge with investment valuation techniques including ROI, NPV, EVA, RBC.
  • Knowledge with lease/buy analysis.
  • Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills.
  • Experience in Divisional budget preparation.
  • Manage conflicting interests of business partners.
  • Challenge conventional thinking and facilitate robust conversations to address issues and drive results.
  • Customer service skills including managing customers
  • expectations and/or vendor relationships.
  • Negotiation skills.
  • Presentation, interpersonal, organizational, and analytical skills.
  • PC proficiency to include Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Lotus Notes.
  • Detail orientated.


  • MBA or Masters in Accounting, Finance or MIS.
  • Strong financial planning, and analysis skills
  • Experience with financial modeling and operations finance experience.
  • Experience with business/financial models/business cases and forecasting.
  • One year of coaching or mentoring experience.


Requirements: Expertise Accounting / Finance Job Type Full-Time Regular Location IL - Chicago

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