As Financial Business Analyst you conduct financial analyses for the assigned business unit Support Services on a specific application area (e.g. Sales activities, margins, etc.). Based on the analysis results, you give advice with an eye on timely and accurate follow-up, budgeting and forecast on business unit level, keeping business operations on schedule by the end of the year.Data collection
You collect data from different sources and use them as a starting point for appropriate and accurate financial analyses within the business.
- You have knowledge of multiple sources to collect the required data.
- You extract historical data.
- You assess relevant data for the Company.
- You gain insight in the needs of customers.
- You attend business meetings.
- You develop and maintain financial databases.
In order to provide Delhaize with an insight on the financial situation, you conduct financial analyses for the assigned business unit.
- You conduct financial analyses on a specific application field (e.g. sales activities, margins, etc.)
- You guarantee a follow-up of the real business unit figures
- You compare business unit results with the target figures
- You make budgets and forecasts.
- You take ownership for the long-term vision of the assigned business unit
You give financial business advice in a proactive and responsive way to keep your manager informed and contribute to well-founded decision making.
- You answer questions from internal clients.
- You work out action or corrective plans when necessary, in agreement with managers.
- You proactively identify bottlenecks.
- You provide stakeholders with relevant information about their domains of responsibility.
You provide (on both periodic and ad-hoc basis) relevant data and analyses, with the aim of making results measurable and inform managers timely, accurately and reliably.
- You draw reviews and reports.
- Report to managers periodically and on request.
You exchange knowledge with colleagues and follow up relevant developments in your own working field, with the aim of giving a practical interpretation of trends and developments.
- You map (your) training needs and make sure you satisfy them.
- You review relevant literature.
- You attend relevant seminars/events.
- You monitor changes on your working field and communicate about them.
- You develop and maintain your own network to promote knowledge management.