The Shared Services Analyst is responsible for a wide range of financial analysis for the Shared Services team. This role will also participate in and lead various continuous improvement initiatives in support of the organization.
The responsibilities of this position include:
- Performing Accounts Receivable tasks for Cream invoices
- Performing Accounts Payable tasks for Milk invoices
- Streamlining processes related to Milk and Cream invoices
- Performing analysis and providing management reporting on milk and cream pricing/history
- Assisting with state dairy licensing records
- Assisting with identifying best practices, deficiencies, corrective actions and make recommendations for improvements in operational processes, policies and procedures
- Participating in special projects, business plan development, finance analysis, reconciliations, data management analysis, etc.
- Partnering with Treasury team on short and long-term payment and collection estimates
- Assisting with DPO and DSO report creation and analysis
- Assisting with development, design and accuracy of reporting KPIs of the department
- Assisting with daily/monthly reconciliation of bank accounts
The requirements of this position include:
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance required
- 3-5 years’ experience in an accounting role
- Minimum of 3 years working with SAP ERP system preferred
- Experience working with or on Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable teams
- Analytical skills including the ability to interpret complex data
- Ability to reach conclusions independently and analyze alternatives
- Proficient with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word
- Experience in CPG-manufacturing environment preferred
- Detail orientated professional with strong written and oral communication skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build and maintain effective working relationships across all levels of management
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects, tasks or work flows
- Travel between South Edmeston, NY and Norwich, NY approximately 25% of the time
Since our founding over 10 years ago, we’ve always been a different kind of company. After moving to New York from his native Turkey, our CEO Hamdi Ulukaya found that in America, yogurt just wasn’t as delicious or widely available as it was back home. He thought everyone deserved better options, so he set about making delicious, nutritious, natural, and accessible Greek Yogurt right here in the U.S.
Our mission since day one has been to provide better food to more people. And now as the No. 1-selling Greek Yogurt brand in America and the second largest overall yogurt manufacturer, we believe every food maker has a responsibility to provide people with better options, which is why we’re so proud of the way our food is made.
Our food philosophy of crafting quality products with simple ingredients is what makes Chobani a different kind of yogurt. Our belief that business done right has the ability to change lives and strengthen communities is what makes Chobani a different kind of company. From the way we source our ingredients to how we treat our employees, Chobani strives to make universal wellness happen sooner with everything we do. Certified as a Great Place to Work®, our culture is built on shared passion, dedication, and a commitment to doing what is right. Together, the Chobani family has created something unlike what any company has done before. The possibilities are endless.
Chobani is an equal opportunity employer. Chobani will not discriminate against any applicant for employment on any basis including, but not limited to: race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, military and/or veteran status, marital status, predisposing genetic characteristics and genetic information, or any other classification protected by federal, state and local laws.