Financial Analyst
Corporate Segment
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Bokföring/Finans, Fastighetsförvaltning
Toronto - Ontario - Canada
About the Role:

As a CBRE Finance Analyst, you will apply basic cash and accrual accounting fundamentals to prepare, evaluate, maintain, and deliver complete and accurate financial reports for a portfolio of clients and properties.

This job is part of the Financial Strategy and Operations job function. They are responsible for maintaining accounting, financial, and reporting policies and controls.

What You'll Do:

Complete accounting transactions in preparation of client financial statement packages.
Create and post journal entries and ensure that all expenses, receipts, owner's distributions, funding requests, and other transactions for the accounting period have been accurately posted.
Use aggregate data from multiple sources to generate reports.
Generate financial packages for accuracy and comprehensive reporting.
Review the accuracy of information provided and respond to requests from management and vendors.
Understand and work with scenario planning (exit/maintain/grow) tools/models, while analyzing trends in general business conditions.
Respond to and resolve issues and requests from management teams and clients regarding various accounting issues and reports.
Research open accounting issues and recognize potential issues and conflicts so corrective action can intercept and minimize issues.
Use existing procedures to solve standard problems.
Have some knowledge of standard principles with limited practical experience in applying them.
Lead by example and model behaviors that are consistent with CBRE RISE values.
Impact the quality of own work.
Work within standardized procedures and practices to achieve objectives and meet deadlines.
Exchange straightforward information, ask questions, and check for understanding.
"Applicants must be currently authorized to work in Canada without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future."

What You'll Need:

Bachelor's Degree preferred with up to 3 years of relevant experience. In lieu of a degree, a combination of experience and education will be considered.
Ability to use existing procedures to solve standard problems.
Experience with analyzing information and standard practices to make judgments.
In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Examples include Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
Organizational skills with a strong inquisitive mindset.
Intermediate math skills. Ability to calculate difficult figures such as percentages, fractions, and other financial­ related calculations.