Financial Analyst


The successful candidate will be working within the SSC Finance department that is headed by the SSC CFO and will be reporting to a team lead.

Your responsibilities
  • participation in preparation yearly budgets
  • monitoring and reporting on budget versus actual
  • preparation of overviews, reports, analysis and forecasts needed for controlling purposes
  • supporting SSO management with cost / benefit analysis calculation (Business cases)
  • communication with management and stakeholders (e.g. internal customers)
  • other operational tasks within scope of finance controlling
We expect

  • University degree ideally in finance or economics
  • experience in field of finance (preferably in external audit or controlling) is an advantage, but not necessary
  • fluent English language (written and oral)
  • at least basic knowledge of financial and managerial accounting, financial planning
  • strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • good communication skills
  • ability to handle stress
  • ability to work both, independently and in the team
  • advanced user of MS excel (logical functions, pivot tables, etc…)
  • knowledge of SAP is an advantage
we offer

  • meal voucher card with an employer's contribution of 57 CZK, totaling 80 CZK / weekday = approx. 1140 CZK
  • Cafeteria benefit system = 675 CZK per month (paid by the employer) = 8.100 Kč
  • Multisport card paid by employer
  • company laptop, discounted mobile tariffs
  • fully paid hard / soft skills courses (MS Excel, Stylistic Writing, Presentation skills, Time & Stress management, Conflict handling etc.)
  • up to 1000 CZK for life insurance
  • candidate referral bonus
  • fruit days twice a week in winter, ice cream days in summer
  • free ČSOB employee account and other ČSOB products with a bonus (e.g. mortgage)
  • indefinite employment contract
  • possibility of working from home, 25 days of holiday, 3 My Days (extra holiday) By applying for this position, you hereby confirm that you possess all necessary permissions to stay and work in the Czech Republic’s.

Martina Beníčková