Welch Allyn Financial Analyst

Job Summary:
As the Finance Analyst for the Small Capital and Consumables sector of Hill-Rom Corporation, the role will support the Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) responsibility for global based manufacturing operations and gross margin improvement projects. The role consolidates the preparation of plans globally, forecasts and analyzes for the control and management of supply chain operations; supports the systems to measure performance against operating plans; identify issues concerning increased profit opportunities and the attainment of operating objectives.
Key Responsibilities and Duties:
Consolidates and supports the budgeting and reporting processes including developing financial targets, key metrics and financial projections and alignment of financial and operational objectives for global operations.
Supports the monthly accounting closing activities for costs and functional support.
Monitors performance in the attainment of plans and objectives, providing timely identification of areas requiring action. Determines deviations in financial performance and provides comprehensive analyses and recommendations to management for timely and effective decision making.
Consolidate and report weekly site metrics.
Review and validate completed VIP's for direct materials and site plant operations.
Other duties may be assigned
Required Education and Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or a related field or local equivalent
Minimum 2 years of Accounting experience with either public or corporate experience.
Strong analytical, problem solving, and computer skills (SAP, MS Office)
Supports effective strategic decision making and interacts with the Function/Business leaders and others as needed
Action orientated and timely financial reporting is vital to success
Monitors adherence to approved budget
Analyzes, prepares and summarizes recommendations for financial plans and operating forecasts.

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