Sr Manager, FP&A - Supporting Clinical Operations
Employment Type: Regular
Reference Number: R60
The Sr Manager, FP&A will be a Finance Business Partner between Finance and the Clinical Operations Teams. This position will drive financial planning and forecasting by working cross-functionally to support our clinical studies and major business initiatives. The role will focus on the analytics that support budgets, forecasting, financial reporting and program management. The Sr Manager, FP&A will be a hands-on resource to senior management, clinical operations department heads and program leads.
Develop and coordinate financial budgets and forecasts for the organization.
Participate in the budgeting/forecasting process; includes owning financial reporting in partnership with Program Team Leaders, Program Team Members and Clinical Operations Department Heads. Thus, ensuring financial information (budget vs actual) and other key performance indicators are provided on a monthly basis in order to effectively manage the active programs and the business as a whole.
Ensure all key topics are raised proactively and aligned with stakeholders to minimize surprises.
Prepare monthly reporting packages that include full financial statements, key performance indicators, key business trends, actual vs budget/forecast variances and comprehensive explanations of key differences for assigned functional areas.
Work closely with Clinical Operations Department Heads to perform budget re-forecasting on an as required basis.
Work closely with Clinical Operations Department Heads to develop and review customized financial reporting to support clinical trials and associated activities.
Develop financial models and productivity tools to help make responsible financial decisions. Recommend enhancements to the financial planning and budgeting process and system that effectively generate program and activity-based reporting to meet internal business and SEC reporting requirements.
Provide accounting support in connection with the monthly close process and coordinate with Accounting to drive Balance Sheet and P&L accuracy and control.
Perform all duties in keeping with the Company's core values, policies and all applicable regulations.
What is Required
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration or science-related field (Master's Degree or CPA Preferred).
7+ years of relevant experience.
Proven experience utilizing advanced Excel skills to interpret large amounts of data.
Financial Planning systems knowledge; Adaptive Insights preferred.
Experience providing financial support in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industries, specifically supporting clinical operations
Understanding of GAAP and key accounting principles.
Excellent interpersonal skills, along with the ability to work effectively with multiple functional areas in a collaborative, team environment.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced ever-changing environment.
Alignment with Mirati's culture and values.
$140,000 - $185,000
The salary range listed in the job posting reflects the anticipated base pay range for this role in the United States. Actual base pay decisions consider a variety of factors including, but not limited to, an individual’s skills, qualifications, and experience. In addition to a competitive base salary, this role is currently eligible for our annual discretionary bonus program and annual equity awards (roles on a sales-incentive commission plan will not be eligible for our annual discretionary bonus).
Mirati employees (and their families) are provided a competitive benefits package including:
Comprehensive healthcare coverage – multiple medical plan choices with an employer-funded HSA, dental & vision
Company provided life insurance and disability coverage
401(k) retirement plan with a 6% company match and immediate vesting
Employee Stock Purchase Plan with a 15% discount
Extensive time off – holidays, PTO and two, week-long paid breaks in the summer and winter