• Director, FP&A

    Locations US-CA-Hollywood
    ID
    2018-9378
    Company
    Paramount Pictures
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Director, FP&A will be primarily responsible for managing Global WW Transactional cash planning (receipts and disbursements), as well as providing support as needed with Home Media ultimates and other ad-hoc analysis. Responsibilities will include:

    • Develop and maintain the Cash Planning model for monthly and quarterly forecasting, along with monthly cash actual reporting and variance analysis.
    • Take the lead in researching and then explaining cash variance to senior financial management.
    • Foster and maintain relationships with key Paramount business groups including all areas of distribution and sales; liaise with internal Planning partners to gather relevant data to build/ revise cash forecast and perform deep-dive analysis as required.
    • Foster and maintain relationships with key distribution partners (i.e. Universal) to collect data that will be used in the cash reporting/forecasting.
    • Help develop and maintain financial models in support of the preparation, review, and submission of Greenlights and Ultimates on a by-title basis for acquisition products across the Home Media distribution markets, mainly for international distribution.
    • Provide analytical support in preparation of the annual budget and quarterly estimates and assist with corporate reporting across all Home Media markets.
    • Develop valuation models, sensitivity analysis, and other ad hoc financial models.
    • Participate in the research/development/implementation process of new systems.

    Basic Qualifications

    • BS/BA in Accounting, Finance, or Economics.
    • 7+ years professional experience in Financial Planning. Home Media Finance experienced preferred.
    • Experience with Essbase, Hyperion, Cognos preferred.

    Additional Qualifications

    • Experience with Essbase, Hyperion, Cognos preferred.

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