Senior Finance Analyst, AWS Infrastructure Operations FP&A

US-WA-Seattle
2 months ago
Job ID
556300
Amazon Corporate LLC
Position Category
Finance & Accounting

Job Description

The AWS Finance team provides end-to-end financial support for this multi-billion dollar business, driving AWS to be the leader in customer experience while delivering best cost. On the AWS Finance team you will be surrounded by people that are exceptionally talented, bright, and driven, and believe that world class support is critical to customer success.

This role is a part of our Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) team for AWS’s worldwide AWS Infrastructure Operations organization. This individual will help build the infrastructure and establish the pace for the finance team to ensure we are delivering actionable insights in a timely manner. The position will be the owner of financial scorecards and contribute to driving standardization and team efficiency worldwide, advancing continuous improvements in measuring and monitoring total cost reporting and productivity metrics for all of Data Center operations.

Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business or a related field
5 + years of financial leadership including management experience

Preferred Qualifications

Advanced analytical and business sense and a keen attention to detail
Ability to present ideas to a group of senior level managers
Advanced knowledge of Excel
Able to work well with cross functional teams.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks at once
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines while managing multiple projects in a fast paced environment.
Experience in TM1, SQL or other Business Intellegence toll is a plus
A work ethic based on a strong desire to exceed expectations
MBA preferred

Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation
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