Global Procurement FP&A Associate Manager

Job Description

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Job Description

Assoc. Finance Manager, Direct Material Category, Global Procurement FP&A

The Global Procurement Category Associate Finance Manager role supports the Global Procurement Centre of Excellence (COE) organization, and the Global Procurement FP&A team. Global categories include Flexible Packaging, Rigid Packaging, and Agricultural Commodities with average category spend of about $2BN - $3BN.

The role is responsible for supporting the Global Fruit and Vegetable category and Juice Plus MSO financial processes.
Key responsibilities include:

  • Supporting financial processes for the sub-category long term Strategic Plan and Annual Operating Plan with key causes of change analysis
  • Preparing sub-category commodity financial reporting for the North America beverage business including Periodic YOY full-year inflation outlook and spend forecasts, and period close variance analysis against plan/previous forecasts.
  • Track and report progress on key global productivity projects
  • Report commodity coverage and monitor variances vs. PEP playbooks
  • Support the COE teams with Financial analysis and data to support Global RFP tenders
  • Monitor cash flows impact on the business as a result of a change in payment terms
  • Support contracts review and validation with financial inputs
  • Ensure all SOX compliance requirements are met relating to pricing and contract management
  • Support Juices Plus MSO financial processes and reporting to the Business Units
The key stakeholders this position interacts with are the Sr. Finance Director and Global Procurement CFO, Category teams (managers through VP level), Control, Supply Chain Finance

Qualifications/Requirements

  • MBA in Finance preferred
  • 3+ years of finance or control related experience (Corporate Finance experience preferred)
  • Strong analytical and modeling skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong leadership skills and drive for results
  • Ability to work in a matrix organization and handle competing priorities
  • Ability to collaborate and influence others to drive functional priorities

Relocation Eligible: Not Applicable
Job Type: Regular


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