Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
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  • Overview

    Under the direction of the Financial Analysis Manager, the incumbent performs labor cost analyses. This position provides support to management by ensuring business strategies and financial goals are achieved.


    • Create and analyze weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports as needed to maximize company profitability as it relates to labor.
    • Utilize data-mining techniques to create accurate and timely reporting for management.
    • Coordinates and supports business and labor planning, including short- and long-term forecasting.
    • Develops appropriate labor metrics for use by management in decision making.
    • Prepares recurring reports by analyzing, interpreting and summarizing labor data.
    • Charts monthly, yearly labor to aid in trend analysis.
    • Supports the annual budget process.
    • Develops historical, current and potential future trend analysis.
    • Ensures departmental goals and performance measures are understood and achieved by managers.
    • Develops financial and operating statements.
    • Supports review meetings with managers to identify and implement process improvements.
    • Evaluates and develops financial analysis tools to assess growth and investment options.
    • Provides support for centralized functions associated with the respective business enterprise. Centralized functions include, but are not limited to, accounting and financial planning.
    • Communicates effectively with all levels of management.
    • Performs all other related and compatible duties as assigned.


    Bachelor's degree in the area of finance, business or accounting. Advance degree and/or professional certification are preferred. Experience of at least two (2) to four (4) years with significant exposure in labor analysis in casino hotel industry. Must have experience with MS Excel, experience with MS Access/SQL a plus.


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