Financial Analyst I



United States, Kentucky, Bowling Green

Remote Position: 


May 16th, 2023



The Financial Analyst I position supports the Finance Analyst II analyzing data, in understanding trends that affect our business, in forecasting costs and in suggesting smart financial decisions. 


Key Accountabilities:


  • Develop, improve and maintain monthly financial records for internal and external use.
  • Update the P&L by Cost Center for controlling / analytical purposes, for actuals, forecasting and budget, including variances
  • Update actual, forecast and budget revenues (by components) as well as costs driven by shipments (e.g. freight, OSP, warehousing, chemicals…) and maintains / produces the variance analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Controls selling prices and costs rates on a monthly basis to ensure forecast accuracy and correct recognition of revenues (collaboration with accounting team)
  • Assists with the identification of variables to be included in the construction of financial models as directed. 
  • Constructs a financial representation of particular aspects of the plant by performing calculations which allow recommendations to be made based upon those calculations.
  • Assists with summarizing particular events or performance factors for the Finance Director to provide direction regarding possible actions or alternatives.
  • Prepares moderate to complex management and financial reporting/metrics and related analytics.
  • Develops and prepares dashboard for monthly performance analysis, budget and long-term plans
  • Participates in the monthly reviews and annual audit
  • Identifies and drives process improvement initiatives to resolution
  • Supports daily Accounting team in recording suppliers’ invoices in the systems as well as preparation of the cash forecasting (AP).
  • Maintains the monthly bank balances and reconciles accordingly.
  • Updates and reports the weekly/bi-weekly/monthly cash forecast, including explanations of variances.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education/Work Experience Requirements:


  • Required Education and Experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field
  • 0-2 Years of experience in Accounting or Finance required, within an automotive/manufacturing setting preferred
  • History of demonstrated confidentiality.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel related towards Accounting, Finance and Financial modeling applications.
  • Experience in financial modeling including various modeling options, their scopes, benefits and limitations.
  • Knowledge of Cash Flow Statement and Cash Reconciliations
  • Knowledge of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) 
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to quickly grasp and apply analytical concepts.
  • Team player, positive attitude and strong work ethic.




Other Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Ability to work in a constrained environment (deadlines, costs, able to work under pressure) and ability to drive multiple projects in parallel, which interfere with each other
  • Ability to listen and sense of service (customer, team, etc.)
  • Ability to fix the direction and to drive the execution after alternatives analysis with team, demonstrates accountability
  • Analytical and ability to synthesize with other departments when necessary
  • Ability to be flexible and to adjust priorities as necessary to meet changing conditions
  • Analytical and ability to synthesize with other departments when necessary


Constellium’ s full-time employees enjoy great benefits that allow them to choose the plans that best fit their needs.

  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Health savings accounts - Company funded Health Savings Account (HSA)
  • Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account - Company funded 
  • Company-paid basic life insurance 
  • 401(k) savings plan with company matching contributions
  • Employee assistance programs 
  • Tuition assistances
  • Paid vacation
  • Paid holiday