Financial Integration Specialist

Company Name:
Chrysler Group LLC
DUTIES: Prepare, consolidate, and validate Chrysler financial and segment regional reports for Fiat S.p.A. according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Function as financial planning and analysis (FP&A) expert and key liaison for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) business. Perform validation between group submissions and official accounting records for actual financial reporting periods. Challenge and/or validate forecast submissions for reasonableness. Prepare monthly actual and forecast U.S. GAAP to IFRS income statements and U.S. GAAP to IFRS variance explanations by causal factor. Coordinate period-to-period variance explanation reporting with affected parties. Review monthly performance and variance metrics within each region and develop monthly regional profit and loss (P&L) forecasts. Ensure that all P&L submissions to Fiat are properly classified within the financial management system. Develop FP&A SAP system requirements and communicate to the SAP Team. Develop a mechanism by which functional groups can report IFRS adjustments into FP&A. Facilitate monthly actual and forecast discussions with the Sales & Marketing organization. Challenge spending levels where appropriate and develop recommendations for reducing costs. Travel 20%.
REQUIREMENTS (applicants with any suitable equivalent combination of education, training, or experience are acceptable): Bachelors degree in Accounting or Finance required. 5 years of experience in the job offered or as a Financial Analyst or Manager, Management Consultant, Auditor, or any combination thereof in a multinational setting. Experience must include: IFRS financial reporting and/or reporting review for multinational companies with operations in Italy and participation in multinational SEC engagements, including financial/corporate audits and review of internal control procedures.
CONTACT: Send resume and cover letter to fin-. Please reference job code FIS-CC.

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