Dec 13, 2018
Principal Treasury Analyst Featured
Careers That Change Lives Leverage your specialized knowledge of foreign currency and solve complex problems in new ways. Develop, test, and implement cutting edge programs and processes. As Principal Treasury Analyst you will be instrumental in advancing and elevating all foreign exchange programs, processes, and strategies. Broadly, Treasury is responsible for global financing strategies and execution, capital structure recommendations, foreign currency considerations, treasury operations, investment programs, trust and pension assets, and interest rate risk management. Treasury serves as an advocate for the Company to debt and equity investors, commercial and investment banks, and rating agencies. We value what makes you unique. Be a part of a company that thinks differently to solve problems, make progress, and deliver meaningful innovations. A Day in the Life As Principal Treasury Analyst, you will be responsible for managing and enhancing all core foreign exchange (FX) management programs and processes. -Lead foreign exchange hedging programs (balance sheet, cash flow, intercompany) -Create high quality content for senior management on a variety of topics, including strategic proposals, currency surveillance, and hedge program updates -Execute foreign currency spot, forward, swap, and option trades -Develop and propose enhancement of hedging strategies to ensure programs align with the organization’s overall vision and current/future objectives -Leverage extensive global banking network and internal resources to continually stay ahead of industry best practice – projects include: expansion of statistical modeling processes, development of algorithmic trading and new currency surveillance methods -Engage and interact across internal and external stakeholders – including Treasury, Global/Group/Regional Finance, international business partners, financial institutions and vendors on wide variety of foreign-exchange-related topics You will also play a leading role in developing new reporting capabilities, through the expansion of business intelligence, visualization, and dashboarding capabilities. -Craft and deliver compelling stories to senior management - based on economic, technical, internal/external, and market-based data -Participate and contribute to wide variety of monthly/quarterly meetings revolving around foreign exchange impact, hedging, and program performance -Develop new ways to showcase data and analytics You will also lead or assist additional foreign currency-related workstreams and processes. Potential items include: vendor/bank relationships, negotiations, rate setting, risk modeling, derivative/hedge accounting, compliance, audit, regulation, global policies, and internal consulting. Perform significant project work and ad-hoc analysis as need arises. Must Have: Minimum Qualifications -Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or related area -7+ years of Treasury or Finance experience with Bachelor degree; 5+ years of Treasury or Finance experience with Advanced degree -Experience with Microsoft Office Package (Excel, PowerPoint, PowerBI, Outlook, Word) -Expert knowledge of foreign currency trading and risk management practices Nice to Have -MBA, CPA or CFA -Direct foreign currency hedging experience at multi-national company -Proven ability to align to vision, prioritize workload, and perform under pressure -Ability to work independently in a fast paced, dynamic, work environment, -Able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, meet deadlines, and highly organized -Comfortable disrupting the status quo and leading change initiatives -Ability to work in a complex matrixed organization (business, geography, corporate) -Experience with Treasury tools and technology: foreign currency trading platforms (360T, FXall, FXGo, etc), foreign currency risk management systems (FiREapps, AtlasFX, etc), treasury management systems (Reval, SAP Treasury, Kyriba, etc) -Fluency in non-English language Travel: 10% Physical Job Requirements The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position, but they are not an exhaustive list of all the required responsibilities and skills of this position. The physical demands described within the Day in the Life section of this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Medtronic Fridley, MN, USA Full time