Loading some great jobs for you...
At U.S. Bank, we're passionate about helping customers and the communities where we live and work. The fifth-largest bank in the United States, were one of the country's most respected, innovative and successful financial institutions. U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors. Perform as key thought and strategic leader for the Corporate Payments Business providing leadership and oversight for the Pricing/Strategy, Customer Rebates/Profitability mgmt. & reporting, M&A Finance, Sales Commissions and overall Corporate Payments Business margin/profitability performance. Responsible for financial reporting, analytics, customer margins and product profitability for the Corporate Payments Business. Develops models, assumptions, and metrics. Leads and directs analysts to perform and document tests of these models and assumptions, and recommends enhancements and process improvements when indicated. Ensures data integrity. Generates forecasts and analyzes trends in sales, finance, or other areas of the business. Communicates financial reports, modeling assumptions, performance results, and forecasting to senior management, auditors, and regulators.
Qualifications Essential Qualifications:
- 10+ years of banking experience.
- 5+ years of management experience.
- Advanced degree in Economics, Accounting/Finance, Applied Math/Science, or related field.
- Well-developed leadership abilities and strategic management skills.
Knowledge of unit(s) and relation to industry.
Well-developed verbal and written communication skills.
Well-developed analytical, decision-making and problem-solving skills.
Considerable tact, diplomacy and people skills.Accountabilities: 1. Decisions are made in conjunction with major corporation programs, plans or strategies. Independent action is normally required although other division or senior managers are usually consulted before final action is taken. 2. Probable errors would have significant effect on major functions of the corporation.