Location: Ideally St. Louis, MO (but can be remote)
A very dynamic, and well-respected, company in St. Louis is actively searching for a Senior Analyst to complete their Mergers and Acquisitions Team. They are looking for that “one of a kind” candidate that will, not only, be able to take on the responsibilities of this position now, but also, grow into their team for the future. This opportunity requires a professional who's a "self-starter" and enjoys working with a solid team.
Candidates will be degreed in Accounting/Finance or similar field, have 2+ years of experience in audit, buy/sell-side due diligence and analysis in an M&A environment, assist with business research, valuation analysis, ad hoc projects, and strong systems. Must also be a good team member and enjoy working with a variety of professionals.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance or similar field
- 2+ years of experience in similar role
- Solid buy/sell-side due diligence, audit and analysis experience
- Public accounting industry experience and/or similar field
- CPA, CFA highly preferred
- Strong attention to detail and effective communicator
- Strong internal drive
- Strong systems skills – advanced Excel
- Someone who enjoys being a solid team player
- Analysis in performing financial due diligence in M&A transactions
- Valuation analysis
- Business research
- Creating and designing reports
- Effectively communicate with team, clients and external resources
This is an opportunity to take the next step in your career with a company that’s growing and has its sights set on nothing but the best. If you want to be considered for this opportunity, please respond quickly.
For immediate consideration, please forward your resume in Word format, as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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