Financial Analyst for High Profile DC Based Non Profit
Job Description JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Maintain financial models including forecasting, variance analysis, Balance Sheet and P&L Analysis Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual variance analysis of actual result vs. budget and/or other forecast Build and analyze integrated financial statements Develop comparable company analyses Review detailed forecasts and analyze KPI trends Light filing, record keeping, office management and administrative duties JOB REQUIREMENTS 3-5 year's experience as an analyst in a financial planning/accounting group with significant and substantial experience in financial analysis Able to work in a high-energy environment with multiple competing priorities High level of attention to detail, able to produce high-quality work product and review one's own work for accuracy and responsiveness to project objectives Management/development of rolling forecast models Evaluation of companies, businesses and/or products/projects Extremely proficient with all analytical tools and software (Excel, PowerPoint, MS Access, etc.), including Macros and Pivot Tables. Excellent verbal/written and presentation skills and able to effectively communicate with senior management in a very fast paced environment BS in Accounting, CPA or CPA Candidate a BIG PLUS DESIRABLES Experience with Quickbooks, MicroSoft Dynamics or other accounting software desired. Fluency in Spanish also desired, but not mandatory Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, be a problem solver and maintain a “Can Do” attitude. Company offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), holidays, and paid leave. Salary commensurate with experience. Company Description The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce actively promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and represents the interests of 4.2 million Hispanic-owned businesses across the United States that together contribute in excess of $668 billion to the American economy each year. It also serves as the umbrella organization for more than 200 local Hispanic chambers and business associations in the United States and Puerto Rico.