• Business Control Manager

    Job Locations US-Miami
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    Business Control Manager - Commercial

    Reports to Director Business Control, North America


    Job Description:

    Is responsible for the financial analysis of the 3 NAM commercial countries (US, Canada and Mexico) from topline to costs & of North America Business Unit support costs

    Pilots the commercial countries' P&L & support costs by providing accurate & reliable financial reportings

    Manages closing & forecast for commercial entities and support costs

    Identifies risks & opportunities (alerts his Manager and commercial VPs)

    Makes recommendations to achieve targeted results

    Provides support to commercial teams (Business Partner to Canada VP, US VP sales, Mexico VP Sales & BU Marketing VP)

    Participates to the NAM Budget and Business Plan processes

    Contributes to commercial and transversal projects as and when required

    Contributes to internal control (Miami self-assessment – commercial)

    Participates to Operations Business Controlling tasks (basic knowledge and understanding of tools, participation to specific operational analyses and to key Operations meetings etc.)


    Skills/Qualifications requirements:

    •         Analytical skills, reporting skills, forecasting skills
    •         Attention to detail, rigor
    •         Organization, time management, capacity to work within tight and changing deadlines
    •         Agility, proactivity, capacity to challenge and make recommendations
    •         Interpersonal skills (intra-departmental work) & pedagogical skills
    •         General Math & accounting skills
    •         Excel advanced, PowerPoint
    •         Hyperion Planning & Essbase/SmartView or similar financial tool, WebNafi
    •         Prior experience in the travel industry and/or Business Control is a definite plus


    Bachelor degree in relevant field



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