Dedicated finance support resource for the merger and acquisition process. Works closely with the Corporate Development department from the initial screening of potential deal through the process of closing a transaction as well as post close actions. Interacts with and assists in the project management of a broad cross functional team throughout the deal process including; HR, Finance, Business Development, Legal, Tax and Treasury. Supports corporate initiatives such as preparing presentations and analysis for senior management, long term planning team members and direct supervisor. Assists in administrative activities for the Finance M&A group which might include expense tracking, budgeting/forecasting and preparing deal status reports.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Prepare financial models and valuation of target companies.
Assist Corporate Development group in preparing initial non-binding proposals and final offers for target companies.
Use available tools to research potential acquisition targets or analyze select target markets.
Support the Finance M&A team in performing detailed financial diligence, assist in generating reports and summarize findings.
Review due diligence reports from third party advisors and highlight key results to relevant team members.
Review relevant sections of legal documents to match with financial models and offer letters.
Prepare timely reports and communication to functional areas.
Understand and communicate financial and accounting issues related to Mergers & Acquisitions.
Understand deal process and the roles of key stakeholders at all parts of the deal process.
May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Typically reports to Management. Direct supervisor job title(s) typically include: Manager M&A Finance, Senior Manager M&A Finance, Director Mergers & Acquisitions
Job is NOT directly responsible for managing other employees (e.g., hiring/termination and/or pay decisions, performance management).
Able to work with a diverse population of stakeholders.
Understand relation between current projects and Jabil corporate goals.
Demonstrate flexibility in learning new skills and applying general rules to new fact patterns.
Must be capable of working independently with general supervision from the Director, Finance Mergers & Acquisitions.
Must be analytical and knowledgeable in accounting procedures and practices.
Advanced user of MS Office products.
Ability to quickly learn new systems including internal financial reporting systems as well as research tools.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting or related field. MBA or CPA is preferred.
Minimum five (5) years experience preferred in a relevant Jabil position such as staff accountant OR equivalent external work experience OR equivalent formal training in related duties OR time with a “Big 4” audit or Deals function.
Jabil is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.