Financial Analyst I Job

Company Name:
Yoh
financial analyst
I Job Financial Analyst I needed for a contract opportunity for Yoh's client located in Richmond, VA. The Big Picture:- The duration of this position is approximately 12 months. - Pay Range: Up to $26.95 per hour. - Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm What You'll Be Doing:- The Financial Analyst I performs financial analyses (eg, client level profitability, variance comments, trend analysis, financial statement accuracy, asset expenditures, etc.) across various products and sector groups. - He/she compiles and prepares reports, graphs, charts, and written financial summaries. - This position performs general finance and
accounting
processes including researching, analysing, creating, and processing monthly journal entries. - The Financial Analyst I supports a defined operational group and communicates with various
management
levels. - He/She acts as the key Finance and Accounting liaison with the Operations team in areas of financial training, general financial statement support, client pricing efforts, General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), internal controls (eg, revenue recovery, Accounts Receivables AR , audits, billing adjustments, etc.), forecasting, and annual budgeting. - The Financial Analyst I reports to the managers and/or supervisors. What You Need to Bring to the Table:- Prefer a Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting. - Prefer at least four (4) years of relevant experience. - The successful candidate should have exceptional MS Excel and MS Access skills along with exceptional presentation skills. - They will be doing all the financial reporting for the truckload brokerage and intermodal department. - Additionally, they are willing to negotiate on hours for the right candidate. - Pay rate will be negotiable based on experience and skill sets. What are you waiting for? Apply Now! Yoh, a Day and Zimmermann company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. J2W: PROF MONJOBJ2WNWFIN Ref: SFSF: PROF MYK62683JR

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