Senior Financial Analyst, Corporate Planning

Our Opportunity:
Chewy seeks a Senior Financial Analyst, Corporate Planning for our Finance Team at our Headquarters in Dania Beach, FL. This is a key position on the team and you will be working to help maintain our financial systems (Hyperion Planning) and improve our forecasting and analysis processes. The Senior Financial Analyst will work closely with the Manager ? FP&A, Corporate Planning, and Financial Systems, on ongoing maintenance and enhancements of the company's Long Term Corporate Model and Hyperion Planning (the company's budgeting, forecasting, and actual reporting system). He/she will also work with the CFO, VP ? Finance, and other Finance team members on ad-hoc analysis and special projects.
What you'll do:
Serve as the financial systems administrator maintaining code blocks, regulating user access, training new users and enhancing business scripts to meet the company's evolving needs
Lead the loading and validation of actual, forecast, and budget data into the financial systems (DW/NAV/Hyperion)
Maintain and enhance financial models on a monthly basis to improve forecasting accuracy
Extract and analyze data from central databases using SQL queries and Tableau
Track cross-functional assumptions for forecast and budgets (in conjunction with other Finance team members)
Aid Finance SFAs/Manager(s) in developing, automating, and maintaining regularly used reports
Partner with other Finance team members to improve and streamline team's processes, deliverables, and timeline
Support the strategic planning, target setting, and annual planning processes, and perform risk and opportunities analysis
Collaborate with Accounting to improve analysis and insight, and ensure monthly performance is accurately reflected in the company's financial systems
Support creation of materials for C-suite, investors, analysts, and Board of Directors
What you'll need:
BA/BS degree required
3-5 years related experience and strong grasp of finance, budget, forecasting fundamentals
Strong financial analytical and modeling skills, and experience in forecasting, budgeting, and variance analysis (this will be tested)
Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
Advanced MS Excel skills
Basic understanding of GAAP and strong grasp of financial statements and modeling
Experience with SQL coding, Hyperion, NAV (or other Financial ERP systems), financial reporting systems, and database navigation (or willingness to learn)
Collaborative, detail-oriented, and execution-focused
Comfortable dealing with ambiguity in a constantly evolving environment
Strong PowerPoint and data visualization skills (Excel/PowerPoint Dashboards, Tableau, etc.)
Ability to self-start and self-direct work in an unstructured environment

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