Group FP&A Analyst Intern



France, Île-de-France, Paris

Remote Position: 


February 27th, 2024





Constellium is a global leader designing and manufacturing innovative and high value-added aluminum products and solutions for a broad range of applications dedicated primarily to aerospace, automotive and packaging markets.


Constellium operates more than 20 manufacturing sites in Europe, North & Central America and China. C-TEC, the company’s Technology Center located in Voreppe (France), and its new hub in Plymouth (USA), is at the origin of many advanced aluminum alloys and solutions.


Through our 3 business units (BUs) - Aerospace & Transportation (A&T), Packaging & Automotive Rolled Products (P&ARP), and Automotive Structures & Industry (AS&I) - Constellium anticipates and responds to the fast-evolving market needs.


The Group is headquartered in Paris (France), with corporate offices in Baltimore (USA) and Zurich (Switzerland).


In 2022, Constellium reported a Revenue of €8.1bn and an Adjusted EBITDA of €673m. Constellium employs over 12,000 employees worldwide.

Constellium is a publicly-traded company listed on the NYSE (NASDAQ Index).


Primary Purpose 


As part of the Constellium Group FP&A team, the FP&A Analyst Intern will contribute to the financial planning and analysis processes.
Your primary missions will consist in:
•    Assisting in the monthly reporting processes and longer-term projections.
•    Performing Financial analyses and modeling to better understand the impact of business operations on financials.


Key Accountabilities


Reporting to the Group FP&A Manager in charge of P&L analysis, you will partner with him in his regular tasks:
•    Coordinating the Group financial projections (monthly Forecasts, longer-term submissions), issuing instructions and assumptions to the Business Units.
•    Consolidating and preparing data for our Group controller, CFO, Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
•    Reviewing Business Unit projections and performing profitability analyses (topline drivers, cost structures) to understand main deviations vs. prior submissions.
•    Working on ad-hoc requests as they emerge to support corporate decision making at executive level (e.g. pricing, inflation tracking, passthrough mechanisms, risks and opportunities, sensitivities, etc…).
•    In addition, based on profile and time, work on transformation projects and continuous improvement of processes and dashboards (including non-financial indicators).


What You Can Expect


•    Work daily in the group Finance team of a NASDAQ listed company.
•    Get daily exposure and coaching from a 15+ years’ experience finance team.
•    Learn about the aluminum transformation industry and get a strong understanding of LME market, FX exposure and ways to mitigate the risk.
•    Learn how to run efficiently a group reporting activity, the level of expectations and how-to communicate to senior executives and investors.




•    3-5 years of highly competitive education.
•    Critical thinking, curiosity and a strong interest analyzing figures.
•    Problem solving skills, able to draw an hypothesis with limited information.
•    Strong autonomy and clear thinking, able to explain in simple words a complex issue.
•    Ability to work in a team environment leveraging resources outside your close team.
•    Very robust command of English (primary language of work), strong ease with Excel (linking sheets, formatting, pivots…) and Powerpoint.
•    Good understanding of P&L, BS and CFs, having financial analysis experience either through internships or courses.
•    Outstanding integrity, in particular when it comes to analyzing performance information.



•    Corporate Finance, Business management or Accounting degree.
•    First experience in financial planning in corporate FP&A role in an industrial group.
•    Willingness to work in a demanding environment with multiple deliverables.
•    French proficiency.



•    Paris.