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The Marine Analyst is a key member of the Marine Division, the Greater Vancouver Aggregates team and the regional operations team; supporting data management, strategic decision making, finance reporting, and performance tracking. The Marine Analyst will work closely with stakeholders to ensure integrity of the data systems and best practices are followed and will assist in providing the information necessary to optimize our operations, track our performance and manage our business.
- Safety Culture: Promote safety culture through engagement with peers with an objective of “zero” safety incidents.
- Financial Management: Support local management, Payroll, EM and P2P processes including: AR, AP inquiries processes, project tracking and key performance indicators.
- Strategic Management: Contribute to overall direction of Marine group by assisting in contract pricing and lane pricing analysis. Analyze scenarios and recommend alternatives to the group.
- Human Resources: Assist with payroll administration
- Production Management: Develop, implement and execute standard operating procedures for Payroll, Equipment Maintenance and varied P2P processes
- Community Relations: Assist with Community relations, support effective relationships within the community by participating in local activities/events and through partnerships with local associations and the business community.
- Marine P&L statement preparation and analysis
- KPI Reporting and Analysis
- Weekly Expense Forecasting/Tracking
- Month End preparation; Revenue Journal Entries & Accruals
- Capital Spend Tracking
- Repair & Maintenance Tracking
- Cost Contingencies Tracking
- Operational Hours Tracking
- Payroll Administration and Time Entry/Approval
- Payroll Reporting
- Heavy Equipment Hour Tracking/Reporting
- Fuel Usage/Reconciliation
- Heavy Equipment Maintenance Reporting and Preventative Maintenance Analysis
- Requisitions/Receiving/Procurement of Parts, Products & Services
- Accounts Payable Inquiries
- Continuous Improvement Involvement in Cost Saving Initiatives to realize Corporate Targets
- Various Tracking Spreadsheets
- SAP entry and management
Relationships with Other Functions
- Reports to Senior Manager Marine & Supply Chain
- Works closely with Senior Manager Marine & Supply Chain, Marine Dispatchers, Marine Coordinator, Finance Manager.
Education and Skill Set:
- Degree or Diploma in Finance or Accounting or equivalent
- Advanced Microsoft Excel skills.
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
- Excellent organization and planning skills
- Knowledge of SAP
- Ability to multi-task
- Organized self-starter
- Good written and verbal communications
- Good time management
- Leading People
- Driving for Results
- Action Orientated
- Time Management
- Effective Communication Skills
Pre-employment medical including drug & alcohol testing and a criminal record check may be required.
Through LafargeHolcim’s 2030 Plan, Lafarge is committed to providing solutions using sustainable manufacturing practices and improving the environment in and around its operations. The company has a sixty year history in Canada and works continually to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, restore wetlands for native plants and animals, and identify waste materials that can be recycled and used in our operations.