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Treasury Manager in Pittsburgh, PA at Arconic

Date Posted: 12/22/2018

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Job Description

Primary Purpose of the Function:

• The Treasury Manager, Corporate Finance and Capital Markets, is responsible for managing the structured finance transactions of Arconic, including receivable securitization programs, supplier finance programs, leasing transactions, and other highly structured transactions.
• The person is also a co-manager of capital market transactions as a key member of the Corporate Treasury Capital Markets Team. They may be required to travel for up to 1 week every other month.
• The person is responsible for analyzing and helping to manage the global cash and debt of Arconic, and developing capital structure strategies to maintain strong liquidity and an optimal capital structure. 
• The person is also responsible for supporting routine analysis with the credit rating agency model, including scenario analysis in support of M&A and other strategic projects.
Major activities/Key Challenges:

• Structure and manage corporate finance transactions such as receivables securitizations, lease financing transactions and working capital initiatives of Arconic (requires leadership of broad project teams including Tax, Legal, and Accounting, and strong negotiation skills to achieve good terms with the financial counterparties).
• Lead or co-lead capital markets transactions such as bond and credit facility financing transactions which require specialized knowledge about the debt capital markets and structure of financial transactions and ability to negotiate best in class terms within the transactions.
• Analyze and forecast global cash, and work with Tax to identify cash repatriation opportunities, and also to support and develop plans for the reinvestment and allocation of excess cash in Arconic strategic initiatives. 
• Analyze global debt, and work with the Regional Treasurers and Controllers to accurately manage these arrangements, and manage/maintain financial covenant requirements.
• Analyze and provide key reports to Financial Accounting and External Reporting related to debt and cash as part of the monthly and quarterly closing activities.
• Provide oversight and mentoring to members of the Corporate Treasury team.
• The major activities of the position require strong financial analysis skills and decision making skills.  A significant amount of this analysis and decision making takes place within broad Arconic work teams.  The person should have strong technical finance abilities, and strong skills in communication, teamwork, negotiation, and project planning.
Major Customers:

• Corporate Treasury Leadership, Regional Treasury Offices, Legal, Accounting, Tax, and Global Business Units.
• Bankers and other global bank counterparties.


Basic or Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in treasury, corporate finance, or corporate accounting.
  • Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. 
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in business, finance, math, or accounting.
  • CPA, CTP, or CFA certification.
  • Strong understanding of capital markets and corporate finance and the effective application of those concepts to treasury management.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to lead projects and teams.
  • Strong skills in highly complex financial analysis and the use of relevant financial analysis and presentation tools such as Excel, PowerPoint, Hyperion, Think-Cell and Bloomberg.
  • Ability to self-initiate and lead projects that address key treasury objectives, and ability to develop and champion effective treasury strategies