- Monitor Divisional financial performance through ongoing reporting and maintenance of internal spreadsheets to track budget, actuals and forecast.
- Analyze financial program performance; identify budget variances, significant risks and recommend corrective actions.
- Monthly analysis and submission of budget forecast.
- Monitor and maintain reporting of the EPS Divisional Workforce Plan vs. actuals.
- Develop reports and reporting tools for various EPS processes.
- Maintain reporting tools and provide technical and analytical support for EPS end-users.
- Support annual Business Planning process through historical financial trend analysis, risk management assessment, EPS Management engagement and data input.
- Act as the SPOC/SME/Administrator for designated Management Information Systems.
- Act as a highly technical resource to help staff work effectively and solve problems related to budget performance, material requests, contract management, capital projects etc.
- Acquire benchmark information from internal and external sources to support EPS performance improvement.
- Contribute to project review meetings, as necessary, to monitor progress, identify problems, and initiate corrective actions.
- Recommend and implement improvement(s) to processes and tools where appropriate.
- Perform other duties as required by the Cost & Schedule Analyst job description.
- Passport Data knowledge (Action Request, Contract Management, , Material Requests)
- Workday financial report knowledge
- Knowledge of MS Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint)
- Ability to reference and use the Passport Documentation
- Requires the ability to collect and analyze data from various sources
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, to facilitate effective communication to others.
- Must be self-motivated, self-directed, take initiative and be a team player
- COGNOS and Esuite knowledge would be an asset
- Knowledge of work programming concepts, industrial management and processes, management information systems, economics and accounting practices to understand and assess the numerous inter dependencies of the nuclear power plant operation.
- Knowledge of the interrelationships and roles of the organizational units; as well as, the interrelationships between work groups, external contractors, and consultants involved.
- Must have the ability to exercise tact, discretion and good judgment with confidential and sensitive information.
- Level II Security Clearance is required.
- This knowledge is normally considered to be acquired through the successful completion of a four-year university education in an appropriate field (e.g. engineering, business administration, accounting, computer science) or by having the equivalent level of education and or experience.
- Experience in the application of work methods, resourcing of work, logical sequencing of work activities and resolution of common problems in these areas is desired.
- Experience in the application of various computer systems and software.
- A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.
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