Lead financial analysis to support fleet planning and selected corporate strategic initiatives
Allocate resources to financial analysis projects
Frame analyses approaches and synthesize results
Develop recommendations for senior management based on analysis findings
Analyze and interpret financial data for use in management decisions
Develop advanced financial models and conduct analysis using a broad range of quantitative tools and techniques (trend analyses on past financial and operational performance, root cause analyses, analysis of profitability drivers, scenario modeling for future options, unit-cost benchmarking, etc.)
Develop business cases and scenario models to drive better business decisions
Create reports and presentations for senior leadership
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum 6 years of professional experience, with at least 3 years in finance/analytical role, with a strong emphasis in financial analysis
Management of a team; ability to lead and motivate
Ability to make decisions and recommendations based on data and analysis
Critical thinking skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Self-directing; able to meet deadlines in an environment of constantly changing priorities and data
Strong proficiency in Excel and other data analysis tools
Strong proficiency in MS Powerpoint
Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
Excellent data gathering and analysis skills
Expert level knowledge in Excel, including the ability to develop complex multivariable models that may require programming in visual basic for applications
Experience with databases, including the ability to develop complex models derived from large amounts of data.
Airline, consulting or related experience
MBA or equivalent
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