Assistant Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis (Transport)
Get to know the Role:
The purpose of this role is to provide FP&A support Country operations at Grab. The person in this role is expected to be a good business partner who will be able to work directly with the Heads of Businesses and their management team to help develop and track strategic and financial plans. Key success factors for this role include strong analytical skills, good communication and presentation skills, good business acumen and ability to work independently in a start-up environment.
The day-to-day activities:
- Support and manage the budgeting, forecasting and long-term planning process for the assigned businesses with input from key business stakeholders and the SG FP&A Lead.
- Track and monitor actual KPIs and financial performance against budget / forecast and provide insights into opportunities and risks to the business teams in a timely manner.
- Help improve reporting processes and tools (including but not limited to budgeting systems, management reporting systems and other financial reporting interfaces).
- Perform ad-hoc analysis where required to assist in management decision making.
- Active involvement in new initiatives or projects as required.
- Able to deal with multiple stakeholders across all management levels.
- Able to identify key business drivers and provide insightful analysis to help the business to grow top line revenues and manage costs.
- Experienced in working in a fast-paced environment with high performing teams.
The must haves:
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance.
- Advanced Excel skills in building complex financial models and exposure to ERP/Accounting systems. Experience with using Cognos TM1/IBM Planning Analytics/Oracle.
- Ability to translate business requirements / queries into financial analysis and financial projections/models.
- Minimum 7 years of experience with more than 3 years of experience in financial/business analysis and supporting business teams. Preferably with experience in business partnering.
- Strong sense of ownership to see projects to completion.
- Good communication and presentation skills.
- Strong integrity and not afraid to raise concerns or highlight opportunities.
- Good problem-solving skills and ability to think creatively “outside the box”.
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