Reporting to the Director of Treasury, the Treasury Manager is primarily responsible for daily global cash management, executing transactions related to financing and investing activities, cash forecasting, and bank account management.
Monitors and manages daily global (U.S. and international) cash position; maintains effective communication with accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll
Manages all payments including execution of foreign currency trades
Determines investments and redemptions as needed to maintain targeted positions
Assists in development and management of relationships with global banking partners and other treasury services providers
Manages bank accounts including: opening and closing accounts, monitoring banking services fees, liaising with business units for banking services
Prepares short term and long term forecasts; coordinates forecasting efforts with operating units; reports consolidated results
Identifies and implements improvements to cash management and treasury operations processes
Supports financial reporting, including financial disclosures and footnotes
Prepares ad hoc analysis and reports for Treasury management
US and International banking, cash management and treasury operating principals
Financial modeling skills, ability to create executive level presentations
Excellent analytical and communication skills
Treasury workstation implementation and user experience
Project management / organizational skills
Willingness to work a flexible schedule to accommodate business requirements and different time zones
Ability to handle multiple priorities in a time sensitive and dynamic environment
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