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Financial Analyst

Financial Analyst
Location:West Point, PennsylvaniaUS
Posted On:7/31/2018
Job Code:32_Financial_Analyst
Job Description
Experience 5+ years in construction audit capacity Financial and contract management work experience
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to work well within a team environment.
Solid quantitative/analytical and computer skills with ability to work under pressure to meet specific deadlines.
Reviews, verifies and analyzes information related to construction project activities in the field as summarized below.
Measures impact on GES Capital Projects.
Essential Job Functions:
Support project management team from design through financial close?out.
Be knowledgeable of construction industry risks and current events, especially as it relates to contracted firms.
Provide Audit management with recommendations on audit scope (identify third parties or processes for audit). Evaluate project portfolio and recommend projects and processes for audit review.
Respond to internal and external customers as needed in a service-oriented manner.
This includes providing general guidance when needed for all GES projects.
Report Safety/Environment concerns immediately to Project Management and Audit management.
Facilitate accurate invoice processing by checking accuracy of invoices, in coordination with responsible Project Manager. Ensuring payment/application of approved credits through Accounts Payable.
Note: If you have any questions, feel free to reach me at 973-804-4232 else email me at swastik.biswas@collabera.com
Category:Non-IT code:new
Area Code
Job Requirements
Financial Analyst, Construction Audit Experience
Preferred Skills:

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