• Senior Financial Analyst - Finance Marketing

    Locations US-CA-Hollywood
    Paramount Pictures
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Senior Financial Analyst is responsible for working closely with the Manager, Marketing Finance to prepare and analyze ultimates, budgets and other various functions of the domestic marketing finance team. Responsibilities include:

    • Handling the budgeting for all assigned films for Marketing spend in Basics and Media
    • Responsible for monthly accruals, including handling journal entries, reviewing and managing open PO reports and allocations
    • Assisting with the preparation of the monthly, quarterly and yearly cash and P&L flows that are submitted to corporate planning
    • Acting as systems expert for the department. Partners with IT to manage system improvements and implementations
    • Liaising between IT and operations to ensure all business needs are properly met and all systems are developed with adequate financial controls
    • Ensuring Marketing Department access to various financial systems and training users
    • Assisting the department head with all sourcing initiatives. Gathers data and analyzes cost and saving strategies
    • Acting as point person for media spend reports and PO management. Liaises with operations and media agency to ensure our financials are accurate and up to date
    • Liaising with legal and operations to ensure contracts are properly routed and executed
    • Meeting relevant corporate deadlines
    • Preparing ad hoc reports and analysis as requested at the direction of senior management

    Basic Qualifications

    • 2+ years' finance/accounting experience
    • Bachelor’s Degree required in finance/accounting or similar field
    • Proficient in Excel including pivot tables, vlookups and general knowledge of how to navigate around Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint

    Additional Qualifications

    • SAP experience preferred
    • Entertainment experience preferred


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