FP&A Senior

Clayton, MO

85,000 - 110,000

Bonus: Yes

Rapidly growing and very well-funded, St. Louis-based startup with IPO plans is seeking a strong Senior FP&A Analyst to work closely with the CFO and Director of Finance & Accounting on company-wide financial planning & analysis. The ideal candidate will have a strong accounting foundation with a CPA license, 3+ years in Big 4 audit, 2-3 years in a broad corporate FP&A role, be intellectually curious, thrive in an unstructured and fast-paced environment, and possess the ability to build trusting business relationships across an organization.


The Senior FP&A Analyst is a key team member of the finance department and will be responsible for preparing monthly financial statements, analyzing spending, preparing forecasts, assisting with the annual budget process, reviewing capital project proposals, and supporting external reporting requirements. Reporting to the Director of Finance and Accounting, this role offers a unique opportunity to be exposed to a wide variety of topics and challenges associated with the rapid growth of the company and maturation of the finance function. The ideal candidate will be excited about the company’s mission and the prospect of helping to build a finance function capable of supporting the company’s future.

  • Assist with development, implementation, and execution of comprehensive financial planning and forecasting processes, including annual budgeting, monthly forecasts, and long-term strategic plans.
  • Analyze and interpret financial data to identify trends, risks, and opportunities, and provide insights to senior leadership.
  • Prepare comprehensive financial reports, dashboards, and presentations for senior leadership and other stakeholders.
  • Prepare external financial reports as necessary including bank and SEC reporting.
  • Conduct financial analysis including variance analysis, profitability analysis, and financial performance metrics. Identify areas of improvement and work with cross-functional teams to drive financial performance.
  • Develop and maintain financial models to support strategic decision-making, including financial projections, scenario analysis, and sensitivity analysis.
  • Work closely with department heads to develop budgets, track performance against budget, and provide analysis on budget variances.
  • Develop and maintain key performance indicators to assist leadership with decision making.
  • Perform additional responsibilities as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting required; master’s preferred.
  • CPA preferred
  • 3+ years’ minimum Big 4 audit experience; mix of Big 4 and FP&A experience preferred.
  • 5+ years’ experience preferred
  • High degree of business curiosity; quick learner and self-starter.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to interact with colleagues at all levels.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, unstructured environment.
  • Strong desire to grow professionally.

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