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Supply Chain Finance Capital and Productivity Analyst

Posted on May 14, 2019 by PepsiCo

Warsaw, Poland
Banking
Immediate Start
Annual Salary
Full-Time
Auto req ID: 175267BR
Job Description

The Capital & Productivity Analyst is responsible for the Financial stewardship of the Capital/Productivity delivery, including performance tracking and PSP/AOP Planning process. In addition, the Analyst is responsible for the ongoing facilitation of Capex & Productivity governance, deployment of COE Policy/Procedures and Global Brain & Powersteering Systems Admin/Consolidation. The Analyst will provide support to Engineers and Productivity leads to support them in the delivery of Capital and Productivity plans, including key metrics (P20, Pdty%, Capex as % of NR, etc).
  • Finance support to Central Technical Services (CTS) / Productivity leads in PSP and AOP Planning Process and consolidation of Regional Category Capital and Productivity plan (multiple countries/plants across Western Europe)
  • Tracking/Rolling-Forecast process for highlighting any material variances for course correction
  • General / Adhoc support on all aspects of Capex & Productivity (Financial Modelling, Sensitivity analysis)
  • Governance/Integrity of Capex and Productivity Financials. Ensure proper business cases are developed, and review soundness of financial models.
  • Validate compliance with Sector IRR thresholds and productivity definitions
  • Governance/Integrity of Capex and Productivity processes, structure and information. Validate that all requisite information included
  • Deployment & Adherence of Capital and Productivity COE Policy, Procedures, and Best Practice
  • Governance & Adherence of Capital and Productivity workflow and approval hierarchy governance
  • Share best practice with peers in East.
  • To identify areas for harmonization and improvement across processes.
  • Proactively shares knowledge and insights with others to help them be more successful in their roles.
  • Proactively identifies and pursues meaningful opportunities to collaborate with others the organization.
Job Challenges:
  • Matrix organization: work effectively in the context of a new, virtual team with manager, peers and stakeholders based in different locations.
  • Balance competing stakeholder requirements.
  • Different systems and ways of working between BU's, Categories and Sites.
The role is being created as part of the new Supply Chain Finance E2E Operating Model and will be subject to evolve through the transition/learning curve.

Qualifications/Requirements

  • High functional knowledge of Excel and other Office tools and ERP systems.
  • Min 5 years' experience in Accounting / Operations Finance within an International Business Environment.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, organizational skills, technical expertise, with a passion for detail.
  • Accurate, Structured, Curious, Team player, Collaborator, Network Builder, Ownership.
  • Ease at working with stakeholders at different levels within the organization and with a virtual team.
  • Self-starter able to work autonomously without close supervision.
  • Aspires self-development and growth .
  • Demonstrates perseverance and a positive attitude in the pursuit of challenging goals.

Relocation Eligible: Not Applicable
Job Type: Regular

Reference: 706333156