Finance Leadership Development Program - New Jersey
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If you have the talent and desire to touch the world, Johnson & Johnson has the career opportunities to help make it happen.
The Finance Leadership Development Program (FLDP) is a 30-month program designed specifically to prepare and develop future generations of business leaders within the accounting & finance organization. Participants will develop critical leadership & technical skills through rotational assignments at J&J business units, in-depth training, & ongoing coaching and feedback. FLDP participants complete 6 months of onboarding followed by two 12-month rotations. The first rotation is at their hiring company (which participants return to after the completion of the program) and the second rotation is at a different J&J company, in a different area of accounting and finance. These rotational assignments are supplemented by 5 weeks of in-person training & various virtual trainings over the course of the 30-month program.
Positions may be available at numerous, operating companies located in or near Central NJ as well as in or near: Philadelphia, PA, Jacksonville, FL, Warsaw, IN, Cincinnati, OH, Irvine, CA, Raynham, MA, San Angelo, TX and Irving, TX.
All rotations are U.S. based. These rotations are designed to expose participants to the following J&J Business Segments: Consumer, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices. Corporate and Internal Audit. Each rotation will provide an excellent learning experience & an opportunity for FLDP participants to utilize their leadership skills & technical knowledge to drive incremental value & change. Additional underlying benefits from company-wide rotations are an expanded network of contacts, a diverse J&J knowledge base, information sharing and the skill sets necessary for future movement across the J&J family of companies. The key to success in J&J is to understand the business & create value-added change in team-oriented environments and complete all key deliverables for FLDP participants. The FLDP also provides exposure to various functional assignments within Finance. These include, but are not limited to, Sales & Marketing Finance, Financial Accounting, R&D Finance, Operations Finance, Corporate Consolidations, & Internal Audit.
The training courses are taught & led by both internal & external resources. In these sessions, the FLDP participants will develop competencies related to problem-solving/analysis, technical skills, business knowledge, teamwork and leadership. These competencies are developed through participation in case studies, simulations, presentations, technical overviews and team building exercises. Also, the participants will learn about different functions within J&J like marketing and sales, for example. Participants evaluate all training sessions, so future classes may have an improved training agenda. The FLDP & the J&J Finance community encourage participants to pursue certification in management accounting (CMA) and /or public accounting (CPA).
Bachelor's Degree (received between August 2019 and August 2020) in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Business Related degree is required or a Master's Degree in Accounting received between (August 2019 and August 2020). A GPA of 3.0 or better is required. Demonstrated leadership experience is required. Candidate must successfully pass an assessment that encompasses business reasoning and financial skills. Authorization to work in the US on a permanent, full time basis is required. Ability to temporarily relocate to a different state within the United States for a rotational assignment is required.
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