Finance Analysts at PepsiCo are challenged to think both strategically and analytically to solve critical business problems. PepsiCo Finance partners have a seat at the table and a strong voice in the conversation across the company. Finance professionals rotate through different teams over the course of their careers in order to develop well-rounded technical and functional skills. All roles are highly cross-functional and require strong influencing skills.
Finance Analysts will join the finance team in one of these regions to gain valuable operating experience in a large-scale and fast paced operating environment and will be exposed to the following functional areas:
- Financial Planning: Manages region financial performance through action-oriented analytical insights and traditional financial tools. FP&A associates focus on the development of monthly forecasts, the annual operating plan, and performance improvement opportunities.
- Revenue Management: Sets retail pricing and package architecture strategy. Revenue management associates contribute to promotional pricing guidelines, and advise on customer portfolio strategy. They also assess elasticities, demand trends and pricing/promotional performance to advise on optimal structures across customers and products.
- Sales Finance: Supports Retail and Foodservice sales teams to drive revenue and market share. Sales Finance associates manage the calendar of events, promotional activities, performance analysis, forecasts, and deal structure.
- Supply Chain Finance: Manages the company's product manufacturing and distribution strategies by analyzing materials, labor and transportation costs. Supply Chain associates assess the financial economics and perform capacity analyses to drive critical capital decisions.
*Field Finance Analyst: Chicago; Dallas; Baltimore; Denver; Detroit; Orlando; Laguna, CA; White Plains, NY
*Finance Assitant Analyst: Finance Development Leadership Program (FDLP) is a 12-month rotational program that
provides participants with rotations in different finance functions within North America
Shared Services centralized finance function (Accounts Receivable Operations, Issue
Resolution, Customer Service, Employee Services, and Financial Solutions).
Participants are expected to complete all components of the program and to assume a formal management role upon completion of the program. Participants complete eight rotations in twelve months, receiving exposure to all divisions of the Accounts Receivables team in the North America Shared Services organization at the Customer Service Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
*Payroll Finance Coordinator: Atlanta, GA