Aug 242018

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is looking for:

Financial Analyst

Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology (SMRT) is a leading supplier of equipment, tools, services, support and technical solutions for the mining and construction industries. With an active presence in more than 150 countries our operations are truly global.

Parts & Services is one of the largest product areas within SMRT providing comprehensive aftermarket support to keep our customers’ operations running productively and efficiently around-the-clock.

We take pride in what we do and we strive for excellence!

Global Business Control team of Parts & Services organization is looking for an ambitious candidate to fill the position of Financial Analyst. The role is based in Amsterdam and will report to the Business Controller within the team.

Key performance areas

As the Financial analyst, your main responsibilities will include (but not limited to):

  • Analyzing, explaining and following-up monthly actual results
  • Supporting quarterly forecasting process and yearly target setting
  • Supporting profitability and cost base (A&S and COGS) analysis
  • Preparing financial presentations
  • Ad hoc tasks varying from simple consolidation/reconciliation to detailed deep-dive
  • Driving automation and standardization

Your profile

The successful candidate is required to have:

  • A degree in Finance/Economics/ Managerial Accounting
  • Strong numerical mindset with an understanding of P&L and Balance Sheet
  • 1-3 years of relevant experience with an exposure to financial result analysis
  • Attention to details and capacity to “connect the dots”
  • Advanced Excel and Power Point skills
  • Proactive and take lead if needed
  • Strong communication skills in English, both verbal and written

We do not promise simple system, steady reporting and easy answers to all the questions!

What we promise is a challenge every day!

If you are a person who enjoys searching for answers within the numbers across various platforms like puzzle solving, who feels happy from drawing a presentable conclusion after analysis, but does not get quickly demotivated from administrative tasks (as it is also part of the job), then this role is for you!

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