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At Johnson & Johnson Inc., our purpose is to "Bring Science to the Art of Healthy Living" by improving the lives of Canadians through the world's most widely used and trusted brands, which include: Johnson's® Baby, Neutrogena®, Aveeno®, Listerine®, Band-Aid®, Tylenol®, Reactine® and Nicorette®.
Johnson and Johnson Inc. is looking for a Financial Analyst Intern to join our team for an 8 month term beginning May 2019. As the Financial Analyst Intern, you will be a member of the Finance team, with responsibility to provide the know-how and energy to achieve optimal team performance and best-in-class financial reporting and planning results.
You will prepare financial analyses for new product launches and other marketing initiatives, including the application of return on investment and other financial hurdle criteria, as appropriate.
You will support the development of strategic plans and forecasts for J&J's brands, which includes working closely with the Market Unit team as well as with the other functional areas to develop robust GTS, BME and SG&A forecasts among others.
Support Market Unit teams by providing timely financial analyses and recommendations to facilitate business decisions.
Prepare monthly reporting, analysis of budget vs. actual results, including identification of risks and offsets vs. budget.
Ensure proper financial accounting for all marketing and functional department related expenses, including completion of account reconciliations. Ensure adherence to S-Ox controls
Educate marketing business partners on key finance areas as needed (such as Purchase Orders, cost elements to use, brand Profit & Loss statements, etc).
You are a current student in good standing, and in process of achieving a Bachelor degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration.
You should demonstrate leadership skills and able to work effectively as part of a team.
Have strong computer and Excel skills; SAP experience a huge plus.
You desire to learn about new technological solutions for financial reporting and accounting and able to lead projects to implement insights that can result in process efficiencies.
Able to perform moderately complex financial modeling using Excel.
Demonstrate strong time-management skills and are able to multi-task effectively.
Dynamic teammate who is resourceful and inventive.
Ability to present complex information and analysis in a concise manner
You are an effective communicator, with strong presentation and influencing skills.
You have excellent analytical skills with proven drive and a willingness to take ownership for tasks and responsibilities.
Diversity and inclusion are central elements of the shared culture across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. Attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities is essential to our success. We are committed to providing a respectful, inclusive and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.
Primary Location Canada-Ontario-Markham- Organization Johnson & Johnson Inc. (7695) Job Function Administration Requisition ID 0690181220
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