MUFG Union Bank Reporting Manager, Vice President in Woodland Hills, California
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Job Summary : Reporting to the Performance Reporting Manager, the Reporting Manager will provide comprehensive and complex reporting, analysis and data management for the Retail
Banking business line.
Major Responsibilities :
Conducts/compiles and analyzes large amounts of datawhile producing concise reporting.
Presentations created for and communicated to seniorlevel management to present analysis and interpretation of results.
Requires deep understanding of business lines supportedto properly align reporting.
Identifies trends and developments in key performancemetrics to identify risks and opportunities.
Manages the data, reporting and analysis while beingresponsible for process improvement/automation pertaining to reporting and datamanagement.
Develops and runs complex reports that empower users toanswer their own questions quickly and easily.
Tests for consistency andvalidity.
Continuously enhances reporting to meet the business needs.
Develop and track KPI metrics for the business linesenior management
Tracks, monitors, and analyzes the trends and associatedmetrics.
Develop sophisticated spreadsheets that include advanceand interactive functions such as macros/pivot tables or other advancedformulas, etc.
Maintains a suite of reports that will be continuouslyenhanced and improved.
Acts as liaison between department and systems personnelto develop or enhance systems.
May oversee preparation of reports/data used to determineincentive compensation payouts under various incentive plans.
Internal consulting - guide/assist business units on bestpractices in reporting/analyzing their results
May work closely with Business Intelligence Group forlong-term automation opportunities and develop executive reports that leverageBusiness Intelligence tools.
Requires a four-year college degree (or comparable workexperience).
One or more of the following designations: MBA or similarprofessional designation in Financial Management, Business, or MS in Mathand/or Accounting is strongly preferred.
Generally minimum of 7 years of increasingly morecomplex responsibility in performing financial and statistical analysis usingMS excel, (or comparable).
Requires the ability to communicate comfortably and conciselywith Executive Management.
Ability to work under time pressure and handle multipleprojects at a time.
Ability to communicate, influence, negotiate, andpersuade team members at all levels.
Requires good time management skills.
Experience with Access, Excel, SQL, Oracle, Tableau,PowerPoint and SAP Business Objects.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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