Job SummaryThe Financial Analyst will be part of the Corporate FP&A team, responsible for building and delivering diverse financial analyses and reports to ensure maximum visibility into the company’s financial performance. This role will be heavily focused on executing and optimizing budget, forecast and long-range planning. The ideal candidate will have foundational knowledge of financial modeling, as well as the ability to synthesize and present complex financial data to audiences of all levels. The Financial Analyst will also partake in cross-functional activities to learn the business and support other functional areas, working on special analytics projects around operational finance. Job ResponsibilitiesSynthesize and analyze financial data, drawing key insights and identifying areas of risk and opportunity across the entire company. Manage both long- and short-term budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting.Help improve company performance by evaluating processes, monitoring indicators, highlighting trends, and analyzing causes of unexpected variances. Apply advanced knowledge of financial modeling to produce metric based productivity analyses. Work with stakeholders across the company to assimilate complete and accurate financial reports. Interpret financial results and drive continuous efforts to reduce costs and improve profitability. Compare Plans vs. Actuals to ensure data is in alignment with business objectives.Create decks and visualizations to effectively communicate complex financial information to a wide range of audiences. Present financial insights and results to leadership, enabling data-driven decision making across the organization. Establish and maintain financial and operational KPIs and executive dashboards. Perform ad hoc analyses for the CEO, CFO, SVP of FP&A and other executive leadership throughout the company. Stay aligned with the latest trends, tools and technologies in the industry. Other duties as assigned. Job RequirementsBachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or related field; MBA is a plus. Basic knowledge of financial concepts such as budgeting, forecasting, variance analysis, expense and revenue analysis, balance sheets, P&Ls and General Ledgers. Strong Microsoft Excel skills and basic knowledge of financial modeling. Strong attention to detail and ability to synthesize complex financial data into visually pleasing and easily understandable presentations and reports. Experience working with Microsoft PowerPoint. Ability to gather and synthesize extensive data from stakeholders across the company. Knowledge of headcount analysis and productivity metrics. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; able to explain complex analytical findings clearly and succinctly to a wide range of audiences. Excellent creative problem-solving capabilities. Desire to challenge the status quo and drive business process improvement. Highly self-motivated; a self-starter. SQL querying and data mining skills are a plus. Frontier Communications is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.