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Manager of FP&A 15970019

Washington, DC
Internationally Operating Professional Services Company
Manager of FP&A ($120-140k salary + bonus)
Washington, DC - Hybrid

Company Overview:
Our client is a Washington, DC based Professional Services company with operations and offices around the globe. The company supports all types of Fortune 500 companies with data analytics, compliance and consultative services. Currently, the organization is very flexible and operates on a hybrid work schedule.

Role Summary:
The company is seeking a driven Manager of FP&A to help run the finance operations of one of the company’s many profitable business units. The role will report to and work with an incredible Head of FP&A (down to earth personality and growth focused mindset). The ideal candidate has solid corporate FP&A experience, excellent executive presence, and preferably professional services industry experience.
Compensation target is $120,000-140,000 + bonus.

  • Regularly refreshing revenue and other financial projections as needed by practices, FP&A and Controllers.
  • Computing monthly and year-to-date available utilization of staff and report to service line leads.
  • Helping identify non-standard or complex matters at inception to ensure appropriate setup.
  • engagement leaders to foster broad and consistent use of tools.
  • Regular meetings and review with engagement leadership to discuss progress and document barriers for proactive management and revenue prediction.
  • Revenue recognition for non-standard and complex matters.
  • Tracking matter status to support the operational management of the matter by the practice unit and engagement team, including the use of independent contractors.
  • Creating tracking tools, analytics, and dashboards to support practice and community management from practice, community, and corporate perspectives.
  • Regularly maintaining tracking tools, including continuing training of and contact with
  • Supporting practice profitability calculations as utilized in compensation processes.
  • Support budgeting, both operational and corporate.

  • 4-5 years of professional experience with planning, analysis, strategy and budgeting roles, business division financial controller experience, or other roles providing close financial support for leadership with P&L responsibilities.
  • Experience with complex models and analyses.
  • Excellent communication and written/verbal presentation skills.
  • Experience with and solid understanding of US GAAP.
  • Able to juggle multiple projects and competing requirements, often under deadlines.



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