Financial Analyst

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TAD PGS, INC. is currently seeking a Senior Financial Analyst for one of our clients in Los Angeles, CA.


The Senior Financial Analyst will be responsible for providing reporting, business analysis & optimizations to support the various functional areas and operations of the global e-Biz team.

Oversee & own all forecasting, budgeting/budget management and business analysis, working closely with entire D2C team, Finance and eClerx including: Daily, weekly and monthly reporting, ad hoc analysis, shipping & returns.
Manage & monitor demand, sales & shipments - make recommendations & optimizations.
Liaise with Supply Chain to ensure efficient & optimized shipping, returns & 3PL policies/procedures.
Use performance indicators including customer feedback, KPIs and process metrics to identify and drive improvements.
Monitoring, analysis and optimization of offers, promotions and campaigns. Analyze revenue, ROI, CPM performance, click and conversion rates, failures, etc. and report trends.
Manage eClerx.
Make recommendations to management concerning improvements of procedures.
Research & create business plans and strategies for new key business initiatives.
Project manages key initiatives for the direct to consumer business.
Industry research and various trends analysis.
Bachelor's Degree in statistics, mathematics, business, marketing, computer technology or related field.
MBA is a plus.
4-6 years of relevant experience.
Experience in modeling for planning and forecasting in the development of cost/expense plans, budgets, and business plans.
Highly analytical and detail oriented.
Ability to work successfully in an ambiguous environment.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Ability to meet tight deadlines and prioritize workload.
Knowledge of enterprise financial systems.
Advanced Excel skills.

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