Senior Associate-Executive Education, Financial Analyst




Montvale, NJ

#107167 - 58

Position summary

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KPMG is currently seeking a Senior Associate Executive Education, Financial Analyst to join our Executive Education organization.


  • Monitor all public seminar revenues and expenses; investigate and remediate issues as necessary; prepare operating statements for each session and analyze the actual financial results for each unique course
  • Provide financial perspective into the formation of the public seminar seasonal curriculum; establish the seasonal and per session budgets for approximately 90 public seminars, in collaboration with the respective Exec Ed owner and Events & Meetings Manager
  • Utilize an understanding of our client-specific engagements to execute all aspects of invoicing, while tracking the related receivables and following up with clients as necessary
  • Execute Spring and Fall seasonal financial close-out activities
  • Collaborate with our Engagement Management Coordinator (EMC) to establish all necessary engagement and internal codes and collaborate with our Deployment Leads and other team members to enable the proper use of and communication of such codes
  • Identify, discuss with leadership, and implement necessary updates to process documentation based on changes to firmwide systems or Exec Ed policies


  • Minimum three years of recent progressive work experience in a finance function, preferably in a large corporate environment or professional services firm

  • Bachelor's degree (or equivalent work experience)

  • Solid experience with accounting, finance, and project management

  • Personal time management and project management capabilities (https://e.g., time, resources, scope, budget, status)

  • Strong listening skills and creative problem-solving skills

  • Advanced use of Microsoft Excel; familiarity with SharePoint and data analysis tools (https://e.g., Power BI) a plus

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