England Logistics

  • Financial Analyst

    Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
    Job ID
    2017-1128
    Category
    Accounting/Finance
  • Overview

    Recognized among “Training Top 125” by Training magazine and “50 Best Companies to Sell For” by Selling Power, England Logistics aims to provide employees with a quality work experience and opportunities to develop valuable skills. Ready to begin an awesome career? We’ll help you find the role that fits you. Guess you could say we’re awesome at the “logistics” of it all. In all seriousness though, we don’t force you into a box. You control your own progress and can choose the career path less traveled. Our work environment is ambitious and fast-paced but we also like team building, group activities, celebrations, and the occasional push-up contest.

     

    In this role we are looking for a Financial Analyst to support our finance department at England Logistics.  

    Responsibilities

    • Operating divisions KPI’s analysis, reporting and advisory trouble-shooting.
    • Profit and loss statement management.
    • Accurate and proactive cost analysis.
    • Timeliness and accuracy of ad hoc reports.
    • General accounting and finance.

    Qualifications

    • BA/BS required in business, finance, economics, accounting or related
    • Ideal candidate has 1+ years' experience working in financial budgeting, forecasting, reporting in a corporate environment
    • Experience with cost accounting concepts: variance analysis, contribution margin, statistical analysis of financial results
    • Develop and monitor KPI's
    • Experience closing financial books, creating journal entries
    • Passion for business results
    • Demonstrated ability to influence business decisions
    • Customer service attitude
    • Advanced/expert level skills with Excel & Power Point, experience with Great Plains, Access, SQL or other data query languages a plus
    • Experience within transportation industry desired but not a requirement

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