BP Americas, Inc. Financial Analyst in Wando, South Carolina
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Job Profile Summary:
The goal of this role is to provide a meaningful analysis for our manufacturing units (PTA & OSBL) & Logistics at BPs Petrochemicals Manufacturing plant in Cooper River. The jobholder will deliver fit-for-purpose analysis and deep dives to provide meaningful performance reports and insides to the manufacturing leadership team. The Financial Analyst is in charge to deliver reliable and accurate financial forecasts (GFO) & annual budgets but is also performing excellent variance analyses versus budget and ad-hoc requests throughout the year, enabling the Senior Management to take efficient management decisions.
United States of America
United States - South Carolina - Wando
Roles and responsibilities
Manufacturing closing (pricing, consumption, production, inventories and intra-divisional process) including yield calculation and analysis as well as verification of production metrics.
Full cost analysis of PTA/OSBL product lines, including manufacturing variable and fixed production cost (Variable PBM model)
Logistics cost review with Logistics department on monthly basis
Provide insides on logistics performance via a meaningful KPI reporting
Support to annual budget/GFO process for PTA/OSBL
Support Financial Framework (BIP / 5YS) for manufacturing product lines including performance and variance analysis
Prepare monthly site performance charts for management
Perform Segregation of Duties control activities
Catalyst valuation and analysis
Provide input for supplemental reporting (ADD/SUP)
Complete manufacturing governmental surveys as required
Coordinate, follow-up, analyze and provide management information of the maintenance & TAR and fixed cost spend
Contact person for Data Lake for site reporting
Internal control/support external audit
Aid with Ad hoc analyses and requests
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Business
Essential experience and job requirements:
Excellent PC skills, MS Office with strong Excel skills, SAP (MM, CO, FI, SD), Business Warehouse applications. SAP experience preferred, but not required.
Minimum of 5 years of Finance, Accounting or related work experience preferably in a manufacturing environment
Strong organizational and analytical skills, high level of numeric and financial awareness for business modeling and analysis
Prioritizes task effectively and works to tight deadlines.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills to be able to effectively communicate with individuals at all organizational levels.
Self-motivated and good team player, able to work both independently and in a team-based environment.
Asks focused questions to gather information and uses resources to get things done through formal and informal networks.
Ability to work successfully in cross-functional teams.