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Sr. Manager of FP&A - 1741

Toshiba Memory America, Inc. 
San Jose, CA

Job Description:

Toshiba Memory America, Inc. (TMA) currently has a Sr. Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis position available in San Jose, CA.  The focus of this position is to manage the corporate budget, forecast, cost management and analysis.  This position is located in our San Jose,CA office and will report to the Director of Finance.  This is a hands-on position management position.


  • Handle full P&L including bookings, revenue cost of sales, inventory, deferred revenue/cost cash/billings, expense, headcount and capital
  • Manage a team of 3 people 
  • Develop annual operating plans, quarterly and monthly financial forecasts, ongoing analysis of actual, and monthly/quarterly close processes
  • Develop and monitor performance indicators, highlighting trends and analyzing causes of unplanned variances. Work with operating team members to enhance financial and operational performance trends (historical and forecasted) using appropriate metrics
  • Summarize technical data and put into executive level reports for the CFO or and Director of Finance
  • Drive efficiency and effectiveness by streamlining, standardizing and automating processes and reporting requirements
  • Work closely with Japan headquarters, and all Business units


  • 10+ plus years of relevant FP&A experience and J/E experience as well as adept at working with auditors
  • Superior software and system skills (e.g. Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint). Hyperion, Diva, Oracle, Concur, Ceridian Dayforce experience a plus
  • Able to adapt as key processes and systems rapidly evolve
  • Superior analytical skills
  • Exceptional grasp of forecasting methods and techniques
  • Can articulate with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Capable of presenting complex financial information in an easy-to-understand format; can anticipate executive-level and board-level audience perspective in financial communications
  • Ability to think creatively; self driven and motivated. The highest standards of accuracy and precision; highly organized
  • Comfortable completing projects requiring individual initiative and flexibility in tight time frames with minimal direct supervision
  • Experience handling P&L's and margin-based businesses, forecasting revenue, as well as strong working knowledge of revenue recognition rules
  • Strong financial acumen broadly across the organization (e.g., understanding of financial documents, chart of accounts, business intelligence, FP&A processes, etc.)
  • Enthusiastic, take action doer; be able to get into the details and get the job done while at the same time being able to see the forest for the trees
  • Collaboratively-focused, able to maintain a positive personality and work well with others in a fast-paced and ever-changing business,
  • Client-focused: ability to provide performance-management insights to aid the functional leadership in decision-making


  • Bachelor's degree; MBA preferred

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