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Finance Business Partner EMNA Gen Med

date publiée 08/05/2022
type de contrat Full time
reférence de l’emploi R2648141
location Northborough, MA;

Job Summary:

This Finance Business Partner- EMNA position is responsible for monitoring the financial performance of the North America External Manufacturing organization for General Medicines, with a focus on financial planning and analysis, commercial manufacturing costs and project spending. The organization includes a network of global CMOs for the General Medicine platform with more than 25 manufacturing contracts. The successful candidate will be a trusted financial partner to the business with strong analytical skills, highly adaptable and focused on achieving results. The scope of work will encompass development of standard costs and variance analyses, headcount and OPEX controlling, budgeting and forecasting (Strategic Plan / Annual Budget / Quarterly Landings), Month-end Close, monthly financial reporting package and ad-hoc requests in a fast pace environment.

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Deliver accurate budget and forecast projections. Challenge the status quo, streamline processes and deliver reliable financial projections. Meet all FP&A calendar deadlines and provide strong analytical reports. 

  • Monitor key contractual manufacturing commitments and prepare analysis of financial impact as a result of deviations from commitments.

  • Provide financial insights and have the ability of influencing key decisions involving Contract Manufacturing purchases and commitments.

  • Build and maintain strong working relationships and partnerships with cross functional / global teams.

  • Perform month-end closing activities including monitoring and validation of accruals, analysis and validation of manufacturing variances to standard costs and capitalization of variances to standard costs.  

  • Prepare month-end reporting and provide monthly commentary to explain variances between actual results and / or budget / forecasts.

  • Make accurate and timely submissions in different accounting and reporting systems (SAP, TM1).

  • Develop, maintain and update standard costs for products in compliance with Sanofi policies for the budget process and throughout the year for new product launches or product flow changes.

  • Request and maintain Transfer Prices. Monitor accurate booking of eliminations in the consolidated P&L.   

  • Regularly monitor inventory for reconciliation issues and assist in the process to resolve issues as they happen.

  • Tracking and reconciliation of inventory data with Quality, Supply Chain and CMOs on a regular basis to ensure accuracy and reliability of information submitted for financial reporting.

  • Prepare financial reports, presentations and tracking of KPIs.

  • Ensure compliance with internal controls and Sanofi financial policies. Prepare monthly schedules necessary for SOX and requests from Internal Control.

  • Assist in the process to provide necessary internal / external audit documentation in the validation of the CRI process and related processes.

  • Maintain close coordination with the Methods and Procedure team, Shared Business Services, corporate accounting teams (Tax, Transfer Price, etc.), and Supply Chain in the standard cost setting process and the monthly closing process for manufacturing variances.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting /Finance required.

  • 5+ years of work experience in Finance/Accounting. Emphasis on financial analysis, budgeting and month-end close. Experience in cost accounting a plus.

  • Experience in a manufacturing company (within the pharmaceutical industry preferred).

  • Knowledge of a financial reporting system (SAP, Oracle, HFM, or TM1) and Excel.

  • Excellent communication skills and people skills.

  • Feel comfortable in a complex international environment.

  • Experience working with a team and collaborating cross functionally.

As a healthcare company and a vaccine manufacturer, Sanofi has an important responsibility to protect individual and public health. All US based roles require individuals to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of your job responsibilities.

Fully vaccinated, according to the CDC, an individual is considered to be “fully vaccinated” fourteen (14) days after receiving (a) the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or (b) the single dose of the J&J vaccine. Fully vaccinated, for new Sanofi employees, is to be fully vaccinated 14 DAYS PRIOR TO START DATE.  

Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.


At Sanofi diversity and inclusion is foundational to how we operate and embedded in our Core Values. We recognize to truly tap into the richness diversity brings we must lead with inclusion and have a workplace where those differences can thrive and be leveraged to empower the lives of our colleagues, patients and customers. We respect and celebrate the diversity of our people, their backgrounds and experiences and provide equal opportunity for all.

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