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Entry Level Financial Analyst

Company Name:
Brooksource
An enterprise level client of ours in Lebanon, TN ($1 Billion/yr in revenue) is looking to add a Financial Analyst to their team (maximum one year of experience). This person would be teaming with the group's Controller to create/analyze 15-20 reports daily, including their P&L reports utilizing their homegrown systems (they do utilize Oracle only 15-20% of the time for inventory reports) and also taking over their Accounts Payable processes - invoices, journal entries to accounting, forecasting deviations/expenses, etc.

This person would be walking into a tremendous situation. Over the past two years, this group has gone from least performing branch to a ranking of 3rd out of 70 branches. They have a family type of environment, and everyone has a laid back attitude while also remaining focused on doing a great job. Seeing that this person comes in and performs well, the Controller would eventually like this person to take over his responsibilities, so there are definite growth possibilities.

From a requirement perspective, there are two major requirements. First, this person needs to have a bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance (this controller has a degree in Finance, so an Accounting Degree complement to him would be preferable, but not necessary). Secondly, this person needs to have in-depth experience with Excel.

The interview is one on-site interview and a decision right after (this interview will be conducted Thursday, July 31st at 2:30 CST). This person must take a background check and drug screen, and they would like this person to start on August 11th. If a 2 week notice is necessary, they are targeting this person to start August 18th.

Must Haves:
Accounting or Finance Degree (at least a Bachelors)
In-Depth Excel skills

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