- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
Job Posting End Date:
May 13, 2019
Job Description SummaryCommercial Finance manager responsible for providing financial support to brand marketing group. The primarily responsibilities includes developing product value chains and providing financial business case for new product and package innovation process.
Monthly/Quarterly tracking of business performance (Brand Contribution), including NSR, profit and marketing expense is also a key responsibility of the role.
In addition, provide ad-hoc financial analysis (and scenario) to help drive management decisions on resource allocation priorities.Key Responsibilities:
Client support to responsible Brand marketing group for any financial matters :
- Develop Value Chain study and business case for new product pipeline
- Provide clients and finance managements for Marketing expense budget and its spending
- Analyze and help clients/finance management for Brand Contribution during BP/RE and monthly brand performance (volume and Profit) reports
- Maintain price and rebate table for pricing master file for actual payment and planning
- Drives Innovative Business Improvements - Develops ideas and gains others’ commitment; Seizes opportunities that can deliver the greatest value; Promotes an environment of creative thinking and innovation
- Balances Immediate and Long‐Term Priorities - Meets critical objectives while considering the impact of those activities on longer term goals; Translates strategic direction into personal actions/plan
- Delivers Results - Takes accountability, ensuring productive, efficient execution against priorities; Sets ambitious yet realistic goals and removes obstacles to ensure high quality results
- Imports and Exports Good Ideas - Shares and adopts ideas in and outside the Company; Leverages insights to inform actions or gain support; Embraces change
- Develops and Inspires Others - Develops others, improving their skills/capabilities; Provides, seeks and accepts feedback; Supports the diverse contributions of others; Engages others
- Sets a Winning Example - Demonstrates integrity, including placing Company interests ahead of personal agendas; Makes sound decisions and follows‐through on them; Demonstrates passion for the Company and its products
Related work experience:
- 5-7 years of financial experience in the area of finance and accounting
- Strong Excel, PowerPoint skill
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skill
- Strong accountability and result oriented
- Multi-tasking skill is required
- Experience in people management skill is plus
Other technical skill/knowledge:
- Strong data analytical skill is required. Utilize Excel data warehouse by extracting key data and summarize with financial implications for management review
- Good knowledge in cost accounting is required
Written and spoken Japanese required. Fluent and written English up to a business standard level is also required
Minimum Degree Qualification with preference Finance and or Accounting major Experience in bilingual environment is plus
Less than 5%
- GROWTH MINDSET: Demonstrates curiosity. Welcomes failure as a learning opportunity.
- SMART RISK: Makes bold decisions/recommendations.
- EXTERNALLY FOCUSED: Understands the upstream and downstream implications of his/her work. Tracks and shares external trends, best practices or ideas.
- PERFORMANCE DRIVEN AND ACCOUNTABLE: Has high performance standards. Outperforms her/his peers.
- FAST/AGILE: Removes barriers to move faster. Experiments and adapts. Thrives under pressure and fast pace.
- EMPOWERED: Brings solutions instead of problems. Challenges the status quo. Has the courage to take an unpopular stance.
About the company
The Coca-Cola Company has, on occasion, introduced other cola drinks under the Coke brand name. The most common of these is Diet Coke, with others including Caffeine-Free Coca-Cola, Diet Coke Caffeine-Free, Coca-Cola Cherry, Coca-Cola Zero, Coca-Cola Vanilla, and special versions with lemon, lime, or coffee. In 2013, Coke products could be found in over 200 countries worldwide, with consumers downing more than 1.8 billion company beverage servings each day