Sr. Finance Manager

Internap - Atlanta, GA2.8

Full-timeEstimated: $80,000 - $110,000 a year
EducationSkills
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
The primary responsibility f this position will be to support the financial analysis, planning, budgeting, and management reporting for the assigned business product line.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develop business cases in support of large financial transactions – including full P&L’s, breakeven, payback, NPV, IRR (or MIRR) and ROI calculations

2. Develop and update multi-year forecast models

3. Provide strategic and analytical support to help drive product line profitability and customer gross margins

4. Research and develop industry benchmark studies for reporting and analysis

5. Develop and maintain business unit internal budget

6. Develop and maintain key business unit metrics and drivers

7. Lead and/or participate in process improvement and system automation and reporting initiatives

8. Develop and conduct executive level presentations

9. Ad hoc analysis as needed

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE:
1. 5 - 10 years of experience in an analytical role

2. Strong background supporting Sales, Marketing or Operations

3. Experience developing complex models and business cases and ability to analyze and negotiate Cost/Margin Elements

4. Strong experience in process management

5. Strong Interpersonal, problem solving and negotiation skills

6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to interface with C-Level executives

7. Must have a Bachelors degree - Certification (CPA/CFA) or MBA a plus

8. Proficiency in all MS Office applications, including advanced Excel skills - experience using Oracle a plus

9. Strong analytical and business sense a must

10. Telecommunications industry/ in depth understanding of the Internet Infrastructure experience preferred

11. Fast thinking, has a professional presence and a pleasant, energetic personality

12. Ability to talk to Sales and Marketing and understands the anatomy of a solid sales deal

13. Knowledge of capital markets

14. History of increasing responsibility for managing projects and/or people