If you’re looking to make an impact with your financial acumen, we want to hear from you! UPS is seeking a Financial Analyst I to perform financial analyses (e.g., client level profitability, variance comments, trend analysis, financial statement accuracy, asset expenditures, etc.) across various product and sector groups. He/she prepares reports, graphs, charts and written financial summaries and performs general finance and accounting processes, including research, analysis and the creation/processing of monthly journal entries.
The Financial Analyst I supports a defined operational group and communicates with various management levels. They'll act as the key Finance and Accounting liaison with the Operations team in the areas of financial training, general financial statement support, client pricing efforts, General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), internal controls (e.g., revenue recovery, Accounts Receivables [AR], audits, billing adjustments, etc.), forecasting and annual budgeting.
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