Posted to MedZilla on 5/21/2019


Takeda Pharmaceuticals

US-MA, Financial Leadership Program Analyst SR0027172-MZ


 
 

The Financial Leadership Program (FLP) is a 3-year rotational program at Takeda that serves as an entry point and as an early talent pipeline for young finance professionals with their Bachelor's or a Master's degree in finance or accounting. FLP members are full-time employees who have the opportunity to experience and develop broad financial expertise, leadership behaviour and business acumen by rotating to different functions within corporate finance. Each FLP analysts will rotate 4 times, beginning with two six-month rotations and concluding with two one-year rotations. *This position is not targeted to begin until June 2019 Job Description The Financial Leadership Program (FLP) provides aspiring finance and accounting professionals with a range of unique experiences in corporate accounting and finance to help shape them into future business leaders. Over the course of the three-year program, accounting and finance professionals develop their careers through a series of two 6-month and two 1-year rotations designed to challenge them to quickly adapt and add value to each position. As associates enter the program, each is assigned a peer mentor to help introduce them to Takeda s corporate culture and the values and goals of the FLP. The cross-functional knowledge and breadth of experience associates gain enable them to pursue numerous career opportunities within Takeda. Through formal training and on-the-job experiences, the FLP is committed to developing associates financial, leadership and teamwork skills while exposing them to Takeda s technologies, product lines and global markets. FLP associates are typically involved in: -Financial Reporting and Planning where they budget, forecast and consolidate information reported to the external community. -Business Analysis and Decision Support where they analyze and consolidate financial statements for Takeda business units and functions, including commercial, operations, and R&D. -Manufacturing/Cost Accounting where they use general and cost accounting skills to process issues related to day-to-day business and manufacturing operations. -Corporate where they address a variety of high-level financial tasks and projects that span across business units and regions. Graduating from the FLP As associates progress through each rotation, they continue to build and develop their skills, and enhance their overall knowledge of Takeda. Prior to completing the program, associates typically begin planning their transition to a regular, full-time position within the company. As they do so, they have access to a variety of resources to help with the transition, including the FLP program manager, a career development steering committee and past FLP supervisors and alumni. Description Qualifications: To graduate with a Bachelor s degree in Accounting or Finance with at least 9 credit hours in accounting. NOTE: All Analysts must have at least 12 credit hours in accounting upon graduation from the program; Has a record of academic excellence- Minimum GPA 3.0 Possesses strong interpersonal skills and can adapt to and work well with diverse sets of situations and people, including cross cultural adaptation; Is willing to travel when required. NOTE: Analysts are expected to relocate to new businesses; Demonstrates values & behaviors consistent with Takeda s culture and short and long-term business needs Demonstrates initiative/drive, critical/analytical thinking, flexibility, effective decision-making, and relationship building skills

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Equal Employment Opportunity

Shire, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda, is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce. Shire, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Takeda, will not discriminate against any worker or job applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy, gender reassignment, non-job related mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, military service, application for military service, or membership in any other category protected under law.

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