Job of the Day: Mimecast Needs a Financial Analyst

Mimecast is a fast growing Software as a Service company that provides Unified Email Management services, currently comprising of email security and data leak prevention, archiving and continuity solutions. They are looking for an experienced professional to fill a Financial Analyst role in Boston.

This position will provide a broad range of financial and analytical support to the controller and the sales and marketing team.

Qualifications include 3-5 years of experience with ERP systems exposure preferred.


Company: Mimecast

Title: Financial Analyst

Location: Boston

Compensation: Depends on experience

Description: The Financial Analyst will be responsible for providing a broad range of financial and analytical support services to the Controller and to sales and marketing management.

Responsibilities: To assist in the preparation of the monthly accounts and KPI reports – to include the reconciliation of key control accounts (up to 25% of time in total); To assist in the preparation of budgets, forecasts and cash flow projections; To investigate, diagnose and rectify reporting anomalies; To provide a range of reports and analysis for sales and marketing management; To track, report and explain performance trends in finance and non-financial measures; To analyze sales and business development pricing proposals; Assist with the definition of appropriate metrics and reporting; To provide expense variance analysis reports; Other ad hoc duties and project

Qualifications/Skills: BS in accounting or finance; 5 years of experience in financial analysis role; Excellent logic and diagnostic skills; Good organizational and analytical skills; Knowledge of ERP systems – Netsuite the preferred system (in use throughout the Group); Highly competent in Microsoft Office; High standards of work.

See the entire description over at the GC Career Center and visit the main page for all your job search needs.

Mimecast is a fast growing Software as a Service company that provides Unified Email Management services, currently comprising of email security and data leak prevention, archiving and continuity solutions. They are looking for an experienced professional to fill a Financial Analyst role in Boston.

This position will provide a broad range of financial and analytical support to the controller and the sales and marketing team.

Qualifications include 3-5 years of experience with ERP systems exposure preferred.


Company: Mimecast

Title: Financial Analyst

Location: Boston

Compensation: Depends on experience

Description: The Financial Analyst will be responsible for providing a broad range of financial and analytical support services to the Controller and to sales and marketing management.

Responsibilities: To assist in the preparation of the monthly accounts and KPI reports – to include the reconciliation of key control accounts (up to 25% of time in total); To assist in the preparation of budgets, forecasts and cash flow projections; To investigate, diagnose and rectify reporting anomalies; To provide a range of reports and analysis for sales and marketing management; To track, report and explain performance trends in finance and non-financial measures; To analyze sales and business development pricing proposals; Assist with the definition of appropriate metrics and reporting; To provide expense variance analysis reports; Other ad hoc duties and project

Qualifications/Skills: BS in accounting or finance; 5 years of experience in financial analysis role; Excellent logic and diagnostic skills; Good organizational and analytical skills; Knowledge of ERP systems – Netsuite the preferred system (in use throughout the Group); Highly competent in Microsoft Office; High standards of work.

See the entire description over at the GC Career Center and visit the main page for all your job search needs.

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