Financial Analyst

The Seminar Network - Arlington, VA (30+ days ago)

The Seminar Network seeks a Financial Analyst to provide advanced financial analysis and decision-making guidance for the Charles Koch Institute, Charles Koch Foundation, and Stand Together, partner organizations of The Seminar Network.

Provide financial analysis of organization's activities including revenue and expense reporting and program analysis.
Actively participate in budgeting, forecasting, and variance analysis of monthly financials.
Develop and maintain dashboards with both financial as well and KPI data providing internal customers with trends and key insights used for strategic decision making and driving performance.
Collaborate with systems analysts to develop and maintain systems to house data and models for analysis.
Consult with team leaders on leveraging financial information for better decision-making.
Prepare presentations on potential projects for stakeholder review.
Actively participate in brainstorming sessions to help identify and refine alternatives to capture highest-value opportunities and projects.
Collaborate with internal and external teams to demonstrate the importance of identifying measurable outcomes for project assessment.
Maintain 100% compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards.

Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or economics
Advanced Analytical experience
3-5 years of experience in finance or business intelligence related role
Working knowledge of financial terms, concepts, and valuation methodologies
Proven experience identifying and assessing alternatives
Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Power user of Excel
Ability to build and maintain relationships with external clients, team members, and other capabilities within the organization
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to take initiative, work independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment while integrating a high degree of attention to detail and organization
Appreciation for free market ideals and principles of limited government