Director, Financial Planning and Analysis

From the USGA Handicap System to national amateur championships, to modernizing the delivery of the game’s Rules and supporting sustainable golf course management practices, the United States Golf Association promotes the health of a game that inspires, challenges, and rewards like nothing else can.

Are you looking to join a dynamic team that works together to promote and conserve the true spirit of the game of golf?

The Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, is responsible for the preparation of the annual budget, long and short term forecasts, strategic modeling, key metrics and analyses of operating results against goals.  The Director, FP&A establishes the process and cadence of these activities, as well as develops board-level financial presentations and management reporting to enable current and future business decisions. This position will also be instrumental in selecting and implementing systems and processes to drive behavior and improve future planning and financial outcomes.  This dynamic and highly visible role requires an individual that develops positive relationships across the organization and is able to create an organization with solid financial acumen.

 

Location: 

Warren, NJ 07059

 

What You Can Expect:

  • Direct the analysis of financial information to evaluate past and future financial performance
  • Analyze the impact of internal and external factors on the organization’s financial health and advise business partners on actions to take within their business areas
  • Partner with department leaders to define, track, and analyze key performance metrics
  • Coordinate with the accounting team to integrate financial analyses and performance into the annual budget
  • Validate and analyze projection assumptions in order to provide Senior Management with organization wide multi-year forecast
  • Create financial models to track, organize and report the organization’s strategic initiatives and recommend actions to improve performance of the initiatives
  • Prepare financial presentations and various analyses to Senior Management and the Board (Executive Committee)
  • Lead  and implement changes to enhance management reporting and analyses
  • Collaborate with the accounting team for month-end and quarter-end close
  • Develop and maintain long-range financial models for individual department and organization-wide initiatives
  • Provide high level performance (dashboard) reports to Senior Management and Board of Directors
  • Consult with management using financial data and tools to meet their financial goals
  • Work on special projects and analyses
  • Additional duties assigned as needed

 

What You Bring to the USGA:

  • BS/BA degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field required.  MBA/CPA a plus
  • 10 years relevant experience required
  • Demonstrated experience in building financial acumen within an organization
  • Ability to evaluate the financial impact of decisions
  • Strong relationship building skills
  • Ability to effectively manage projects, change direction, and work within deadlines with a results oriented approach
  • Excellent Excel and modeling skills
  • Proficient in PowerPoint
  • Excellent organizational skills.  Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Interest in golf and/or sports business a plus

 

To Apply:

Please click on the following link to apply: Director, Financial Planning and Analysis

 

About the USGA:

The USGA conducts the U.S. Open, U.S. Women’s Open and U.S. Senior Open, as well as 10 national amateur championships, two state team championships and international matches. Together with The R&A, the USGA governs the game worldwide, jointly administering the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, Equipment Standards and World Amateur Golf Rankings. The USGA’s working jurisdiction comprises the United States, its territories and Mexico.

The USGA is a global leader in the development and support of sustainable golf course management practices. It serves as a primary steward for the game’s history and funds an ongoing “For the Good of the Game” charitable giving program. Additionally, the USGA’s Course Rating and Handicap systems are used on six continents in more than 50 countries.

 

The United States Golf Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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