Offering Finance Business Partner

Finance | Financial Planning & Analysis
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Position Summary

An Offering Finance Business Partner will have an important role in supporting a Finance Business Partner Lead and Offering Portfolio leadership by providing insights, analysis, and reporting around market offering and offering performance. Support will include a focus on both staffed and engagement (managed) views of financials and analyzing profitability drivers and trends.

The Consulting Finance organization provides specialized finance-related services in support of the business leaders of the firm. This specific role focuses on one of the main Consulting Commercial Offering Portfolios: Core Business Operations, Customer & Marketing, Enterprise Performance, Human Capital, M&A, and Strategy & Analytics. Each Offering Portfolio is a large, complex business within Consulting and includes a collection of Offerings. This role is responsible for providing support to leadership to ensure strong understanding of market offering and offering performance – through a staffed and an engagement (managed) lens. This role will interface with a variety of business leaders (including Market Offering, Offering and Offering Portfolio leaders) and work closely with the entire OP finance team to share insights, recommendations, and reports to support decision making. Additional focus is on supporting the businesses on executing their strategic operational objectives and undertaking ad hoc analyses and special projects.

Key Responsibilities include:

Leadership Support

  • Serve as connection point between Consulting leaders, leadership support teams, Talent, and Finance to drive improved operational results and efficiency
  • Provide meaningful, actionable insights, advice, and recommendations on historic and the future financial performance to the Business’ leadership
  • Support the business in protecting, growing and optimizing the assets of the Firm
  • Support initiatives to help the business in achieving its strategic objectives

Monitoring of Period Performance and Execution of Financial/Ops Routines

  • Explain, present and analyze the financial performance of the business. Financial views include:
    • Staffed view of financials with attention to Revenue, revenue metrics (RPH, util, FTE), Direct Margin, P&A and other expenses
    • Engagement (managed) views of financials leveraging Market Offering data
  • Focus on transforming information into insights and actionable decisions
  • Collaborate with the Finance Lead, COO, and CoS to prepare analyses related to sales, pipeline, revenue, profitability, operational performance and other KPIs
  • Understand firm systems and data to assess implications of operational changes on reporting
  • Innovate next generation of leadership decision-making support tools and routines
  • Continuously improve Consulting Finance and FP&A’s organizational efficiency and effectiveness by leading internal change initiatives

Forecast, Planning, and Ad Hoc Support

  • Support forecasting and planning processes as needed so that key inputs are considered
  • Partner with peers within and across the other Offering Portfolios to share ideas and collaborate on ways to improve finance routines and processes
  • Conduct other financial analysis and reporting as needed

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance or related subject
  • CPA or MBA preferred

Experience Requirements

  • Minimum of 4+ years of relevant finance experience, preferably in a professional services firm and/or with a focus on Financial Reporting & Analysis
  • Demonstrated accomplishments in the following areas:
    • Financial Reporting and Analysis
    • Quality deliverable development
    • Communication skills with all levels (from leadership to staff)
    • Working in virtual teams and coordinating across other groups and COEs
    • Problem solving skills
    • Quality and risk management
    • Change management
    • Business process improvement
    • Formulating and delivering action plans for high profile strategic initiatives
    • Developing innovative solutions to business issues 

Capability and Skillset Requirements

  • Accountability for Results: Holds self and others accountable for ensuring that results are achieved; Seizes opportunities to produce results without direct supervision; Takes action on items beyond formal job responsibility; Sets high expectations for self and others
  • Communications: Strong communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, both oral and written, and ability to create as well as deliver effective presentations
  • Creating Quality Deliverable: Establishes deliverable structure and content; Reviews deliverables of self and others team to ensure that they meet client expectations; Implements and enforces high standards for quality deliverables
  • Developing thought leadership / innovative ideas: Generates innovative ideas that are sound and progressive; Challenges the status quo; Fosters creativity throughout area of responsibility
  • Problem Solving: Ability to work in a dynamic environment that requires critical thinking and strong analytical skills
  • Providing Exceptional Client Service: Manages self and others to provide exceptional client service by responding with a sense of urgency, practicality, accountability, and integrity
  • Prioritization: Able to manage multiple projects or initiatives concurrently, in a productive manner
  • Building Rapport: Leads by example; actively listens; Respects the opinions and perspectives of others; Demonstrates strong personal commitment to others; clearly states thoughts, ideas, and expectations
  • Decision-making: Decision making skills, and ability to challenge, negotiate, and influence
  • Accounting: Understanding GAAP and firm accounting policies and procedure

Technology or Other Requirements

  • Strong understanding of SAP, BPC, HANA, and other financial applications
  • Expert in Excel, advanced in PowerPoint and Word
  • Understanding of Tableau capabilities for data visualization

For individuals assigned and/or hired to work in Colorado or Nevada, Deloitte is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. This compensation range is specific to the State of Colorado and the State of Nevada and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and other business and organizational needs.  The disclosed range estimate has not been adjusted for the applicable geographic differential associated with the location at which the position may be filled.  At Deloitte, it is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range for their role and compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case.  A reasonable estimate of the current range is $86,425 to $159,165.

You may also be eligible to participate in a discretionary annual incentive program, subject to the rules governing the program, whereby an award, if any, depends on various factors, including, without limitation, individual and organizational performance.

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