• Senior Financial Analyst

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

    The Senior Financial Analyst, Contract Accounting is responsible for summarizing contractual reporting terms into concise abstracts and modeling these abstracts into financial statements within the PARIS system.


    Responsibilities include: 

    • Read and interpret agreements between Paramount and outside participants to create brief abstracts, models and layouts of financial statements in accordance with contractual terms
    • Brainstorm and discuss best approach for statement set up in PARIS
    • Complete and share knowledge for best approach on complex deals
    • Model participations contract briefs into PARIS statements
    • Make sure all legal documents needed for statement setup are in hand
    • Ensure that vendors are setup appropriately in system
    • Update system documentation that describes best practices for set up
    • Test new and updated PARIS system fixes and functionality
    • Review problems and issues with the system
    • Maintain the Participations Routing functionality
    • Assist in the identification of recommendations, if any, for processes and reports that may require changes or improvements
    • Assist in the preparation of the monthly participation cash forecasts and the quarterly participation share estimates
    • Assist in other department projects when needs arise or when called for by management

    Basic Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field
    • 2+ years of Contract/Participations Accounting experience, ideally with prior knowledge of PARIS 

    Additional Qualifications

    • Experience with general and industry accounting practices and principles
    • Extensive experience in the interpretation of participation and other contractual agreements with outside parties
    • Excellent communication skills


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