This position will have both operating and analytical responsibilities. The Treasury Manger & Analyst is responsible for the daily cash position and all decisions around investing or redeeming working capital investments. In the financial analyst portion of this role, this individual will be involved in the analytical work and reporting that informs a variety of balance sheet and income statement strategies and decisions. In addition, other aspects include assisting with the internal bank, assisting with internal and external reporting requirements, bond compliance and other ad hoc projects. This position will have access to several systems, including numerous financial institutions as well as Workday.
The Treasury Manager and Analyst must manage,monitor and maintain the Universityâ™s liquidity on a daily basis in order to meet operating and liquidity needs.Analyze data and make decisions on the timing of cash movements.Evaluate investment options, select funds that meet Brownâ™s cash liquidity needs on a short term, medium term and longer term basis.Prepare and process transactions including processing wires and internal transfers between Brown and inter-company accounts to optimize cash and investment opportunities.
Additionally, this role is responsible for participating in the implementation and assessment of new cash forecasting tools and providing analytical support to determine the ideal cash forecasting tools to utilize. Collaborate with other departments to gather and analyze data to develop an accurate cash forecasting tool requiring proficient knowledge and understanding of key financial statements to fully analyze needs. Utilize cash forecasting tool to accurately plan for efficient working capital and liquidity management. Develop, produce and distribute weekly reports to the Investment Office and other departments to comply with rating agency requirements and proper planning. Assist with the determination of the distribution of reports to other areas such as commitments ledger, budgeting and planning for capital funding. The Treasury Manager will also support external reporting requirements including Continuing Disclosures, Surveys, and Rating Agency reporting required to remain in compliance with bonds and assist with analyzing and documenting our private business use for our tax exempt bond issuance's.
Required: Degree in Bachelor of Science in Finance/Accounting
Preferred: CTP or equivalent experience
10 years of experience including cash management, financial statements, liquidity, credit, capital markets, systems, regulation, and banking.
Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel; proficient Microsoft office products
Strong analytical skills
Proficiency with understanding of financial statement analysis
Familiarity with capital markets and the ability to make informed investing and borrowing decisions
Thorough, detail oriented and able to prioritize work to meet deadlines
Excellent verbal and written skills
Strong analytical abilities
Strong decision making ability
Ability to meet project deadlines while collaborating, sharing information and communicating with others
Ability to build and nurture cross-functional relationships
Adept and comfortable in learning new systems as well as new methodologies
Self-motivating to ensure deadlines
Ability to prioritize
Work within a team based setting
Interested candidates are asked to submit a current resume and cover letter. All offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal background check, a credit check and education verification.
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