Full-Time Summer Intern- Junior Financial Analyst – Batangas City
Interested in working at the DoD Office of Energy Initiatives? We have a position for a Junior Financial Analyst! The Junior Financial Analyst must be a team player with the ability to operate in a fast-paced client setting and possess good research, modeling, and communication abilities. Junior Financial Analysts play a critical role in the overall quality of the finance department’s service offerings. As an added benefit, the analyst will be assigned to cross-disciplinary project teams, where the results of their work will be utilized to guide the course of the project’s progress in the future.
Job Title : Summer Intern- Junior Financial Analyst
Location : Batangas City, Batangas Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 42.16 per hour.
Company : Genuine Parts Company
Job Type : Full-Time
- Track promises, responsibilities, and expenditures to ensure actions meet objectives. Help execute and design financial plans for specified projects.
- Additionally, this program handles new hiring and layoffs, as well as accounts receivable and payable, bank reconciliations, and timesheets.
- Assist in the planning, analyzing, and preparation of recommendations, as well as the implementing, reporting, managing, delivering, and maintaining of newly identified budget and financial projects within established timeframes that, if not handled properly, could have an impact on day-to-day operations.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and other data query/data management technologies is essential for every financial analyst job description (Access, SQL, Business Objects)
- During the Operational/Organizational Assessment or other organizational realignments or corrections, it is anticipated that more FMD activities would be identified.
- In order to offer a full perspective of the project business case, this function does sensitivity analysis and considers the consequences of alternative finance structures, utility rate structures, tax policies, and federal and state policy supports. Advice is given to the government while it works to establish a large-scale renewable energy project.
- Help with budget and strategic planning. Interact with various levels of management on budgets Compare actual outcomes to budgets
- Analyze and report on the financial elements of the company’s IT operations, such as monthly/quarterly forecasts and capacity management, accruals, costs, and labor efficiency.
- Ensure that all departmental rules and regulations are disseminated in a timely manner. Account reconciliations and crucial dates are tracked and updated on a regular basis. Invoices are processed and journal entries are provided.
- Analyzes the commercial and financial aspects of a project utilizing strong analytic skills and practical experience. Integrates a comprehensive life-cycle cost assessment to guide the government’s appraisal of prospects and to identify significant commercial risks.
- 5 years of program/project management in DOD acquisition; or 5 years of program/project management in Navy acquisition with particular understanding of Navy/DOD Financial Management systems.
- Financial analysis expertise is a bonus, but it is not required. Knowledge of retail consumer products is an asset.
- Knowledge of the methods and techniques used in the preparation of business cases for large-scale private investments in energy consumption, energy rates, and life cycle cost analysis is a must.
- A positive attitude, the ability to work well in a team, and excellent analytical and problem-solving abilities are just a few of the qualities needed to succeed in this position. In addition, there are the following characteristics:
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or similar field required; CPA or Master’s desirable but not required. Word, Excel, and Outlook skills.