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Credit Risk and Treasury Analyst - Louisville, Kentucky

This role assists the Director of Finance and Senior Financial Analyst in cash management, risk management activities and financial analysis processes and procedures.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s BS/BA degree in Accounting, Finance or Economics required. MBA preferred.
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Management Accountant (CMA) preferred.
  • 3 - 5 years of related business experience with proven track record.
  • Hedging / Risk & Cash management experience a plus.
  • Ability to interact with all levels of the organization.
  • Effective presentation skills both in creating and communicating. 
  • Strong desire to participate in a demanding, team environment.
  • Possess the ability to work independently, prioritize tasks and a strong desire to achieve results.

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Essential Functions:

  • Acquire in-depth knowledge about own products and their applications (through training).
  • Acquire in-depth understanding of the organization and the experience of colleagues in each of the areas of responsibility; identify the demands, needs and special requirements of the various departments.
  • Gather market information by reading collateral materials and by participating in professional associations.
  • Working across business groups and with joint-venture finance team to deliver forecasts and plans.
  • Risk Management/Hedging/Insurance:
    • Compile monthly LME aluminum price, Midwest premium, hardener prices and natural gas prices for review by Director of Finance to support monthly forward curve publication.
    • Support the TAA risk management policy including the balancing of metal positions with sales volume and entry into hedge transactions to reduce price risk associated with metal and natural gas pricing.
    • Provide weekly credit monitoring support to TAA senior leadership on existing and potential customer and vendor relationships.
    • Support annual efforts on insurance renewals and on-going evaluation of insurance needs to protect the continuity of business and assets of the organization.
  • Treasury/Cash Management:
    • Update and prepare quarterly and year-end debt covenant documents for review by Senior Financial Analyst and Director of Finance.
    • Update daily cash activity into Cash Forecasting template for review.  Provide analysis and support of cash balances with Director of Finance and senior management for short-term and long-range cash forecasting needs.
    • Compile and update queries of available invoices for A/R sale and prepare documentation for review and execution.
    • Prepare monthly Treasury Report for review by senior management and provide recommendations on cash management.
    • Support accounting team by preparing journal entries related to interest expense and debt for monthly financial closing.
    • Provide support and analysis of components to the TAA monthly forecast file in support of monthly process of publishing forecast.
    • Compliance with internal controls and financial activity documentation.
    • Special projects and ad-hoc analysis as required.

Quality Standards:

  • Maintain status on all compliance and anti-trust training, while operating safe behaviors.
  • Assure compliance and accuracy of reporting of actual, forecast and plan data.
  • Compliance with internal controls and financial activity documentation.

Physical Factors:

  • Occasionally lifts, carries or otherwise moves and positions objects weighing up to 20 pounds.
  • Bends, stoops or crouches on a regular basis.
  • May sit for several hours at a time.

Working Environment:

  • Corporate office setting