The financial project manager should have at least five years of experience with financial or strategic planning or analysis and the demonstrated ability to manage projects, including development, implementation, reporting, schedule creation and risk management. Experience developing financial models, presenting to colleagues and management from various departments, leading cross-functional teams, and implementing initiatives across business lines is preferred, as is proficiency with ERP tools such as SAP and Oracle. Businesses require a bachelor’s degree in business, finance or a similar field for this position, but prefer those with a master’s degree and a project management certification. Directing and leading financial analysis and developing short- and long-term financial forecastsProviding budget support and analysisSupporting regulatory filingsUsing expertise in corporate finance, financial analysis and critical thinking to identify and resolve complex issuesParticipating in and contributing to cross-functional development teams to address strategic issuesContributing to the development of strategic plans and objectives for the organizationTesting fiscal and budget assumptions in the development of operating plansDeveloping operating budget and forecasts by estimating the costs and benefits of operating plans during the annual budget development cycle Submit your resume or request talent now and our expert recruiters will be with you shortly.Robert Half can help you with your financial project manager staffing needs.
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Salary for Financial Project Manager in Chicago, IL
$131,440 - $202,740
25th percentile
$131,440
New to the role, with little or no experience; requires more than casual instruction or supervision to perform day-to-day duties
50th percentile
$167,090
Has the experience to consistently perform core responsibilities without direct supervision; very comfortable with processes and subject matter associated with the role
75th percentile
$202,740
Value to the organization goes far beyond the ability to perform normal job duties; has rare qualifications that enable consistent contribution in unique ways; ready for next career level when available
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