Chowbus (51-200 Employees, 21% 2 Yr Employee Growth Rate)
The Financial Analyst is responsible for financial reporting, quantitative analysis, and strategic modeling. This role may require interaction with and presentation to all levels of management and cross-functional teams in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, both internally and externally.
What You’ll Focus On
- Assist in preparing and maintaining key FP&A deliverables (e.g., annual budgeting, financial projections, and Board of Directors meeting preparation).
- Build and maintain financial reports for key stakeholders and provide actionable insights.
- Proactively identify and surface key business trends and conduct deep dives to pinpoint root causes. Work with stakeholders to drive impactful initiatives.
- Assist in providing quantitative data-based decision support for department heads across the organization.
- Prepare monthly reports for clients and respond to any questions or issues.
- Provide analytical support on other ad hoc analyses.
What You Bring
- 2+ years of experience in FP&A, finance, or related areas, preferably in tech/venture backed/growth stage startup, required.
- Bilingual in Mandarin and English required.
- Strong analytical skills in FP&A, Strategic Finance, or Business Operations required.
- Results oriented skills with strong attention to detail required.
- Proficiency in BI and analytics tools (SQL, Tableau, etc) and accounting software (Netsuite) required.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work successfully in a team required.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting preferred.
What We Offer
- A fair compensation package
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance
- 100% employer-paid Short-Term Disability (STD)
- 100% employer-paid Life Insurance and option for additional employee-paid Life Insurance
- 100% employer-paid Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance and option for additional employee-paid AD&D Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Unlimited Paid Time Off (PTO)
- $50 quarterly Chowbus credit