Senior Financial Analyst
Position: Senior Financial Analyst
Location: Washington, DC
Our client is looking to fulfil one position for a seasoned Senior Financial Analyst for their Department of Treasury and Debt.
- Perform treasury operations functions which include cash management, cash forecasting, and revenue controls.
- Perform the daily cash processing/settlement procedures, wire transfers and maintenance of the Authority’s Operating Account working capital requirements
- Monitors and initiates payments to support monthly and quarterly availability fees and debt service payments for short-term and long-term debt and maintains financial records.
- Assist on updating monthly investment and debt portfolio activities including system maintenance, research for discrepancies, resolve the issue and generate the required accounting entries.
- Assist on Daily and monthly bank reconciliation including system maintenance, research discrepancy, analyze differences and make a corrective action.
- Act as a liaison with all the Authority’s financial providers for banking related issues, operational issues, new account administration, contract/fee and issues negotiation.
- Coordinates with the different business units on the preparation of Authority’s Annual Budget Book and long-term projections.
- Monitors, reviews, analyzes, and formulates large account retail revenues.
- Provides routine internal reports to managers for financial planning.
- Takes a leading role on initiating work teams to resolve issues and produce work process improvements.
- Assists the CFO in the development, execution and monitoring of the short and long-term work plan for the CFO’s direct reporting units.
- Assist in system implementations, specifically in areas of design, system controls and training.
- May be required to represent the Finance Director (DC Water) to outside constituents, including U.S. Congress, jurisdictional users, EPA, large commercial and governmental customers.
- Assist 10-year financial plan development, ensuring compliance with Board of Directors strategic goals and policies.
- Performs other related duties and projects as assigned at the discretion of the supervisor.
- Seven (7) - Fifteen (15) years of experience is required
- Minimum of 2 years of work experience with Bank/Account Reconciliation
- Short learning curve with the ability to immediately begin to add value by providing support to the team
- Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in finance, accounting, business or related field
- Strong excel, communication (oral and written), leadership and program management skills
- Experience in the use of Oracle systems for financial and budgeting functions preferred
- Ability to present to and write for executive management, Board of Directors, U.S. Congress, and the D.C. Council