The Enterprise Solutions Valuation, Finance and Risk Management Analyst supports GE Healthcare s transformation to an outcomes-focused organization by translating GE s value creation into recognized financial impacts for our clients. The role also supports regional and in-country commercial teams to originate, structure, negotiate and financially close major projects to Public and Private Customers under the form of long term solutions combining Technology, Service & long-term Partnership.
Key responsibilities/essential functions include:
Support the development of a robust ES value architecture approach which fully accounts for the hard and soft dollar impacts of delivery work, accurately identifies risk points, and effectively forecasts long-term GE and client value.
Drive consistency in valuation approaches across GEHC partners by collaborating with the global Structured Partnerships COE, Care Area COE, and Infrastructure Finance Solutions.
Provide financial and contractual analysis as required supporting the overall sales activity.As a part of the commercial process, help define the partnership s value by:1. Collaborating with ES Directors, support GE s thinking on the best way to financially structure partnership deals so that maximum value is created at minimum risk.2. Developing and applying methodologies and tools capable of quantifying the financial impact of client s working with GE to improve operating efficiency, expand patient / provider access, and increase returns on invested capital. 3. Engaging with clients to understand the current enterprise-wide and business-unit specific financial conditions and using this information to identify ways for GE to create value.4. Modelling the financial impacts and investment needs of different operating improvement / capital efficiency scenarios and identifying key drivers and risks.5. Modelling the financial impact of potential market changes to help identify the long-term value and risk of an outcomes-focused partnership6. Analyzing a potential client s sources and uses of capital, and providing insight on future capital expenditure shortfalls 7. Clearly communicating how the value GE creates will translate to changes in a client s financial statements8. Assisting in the ongoing development of Risk Management strategy & tools for PPP, Managed Equipment Service (MES) projects and other GEHC Solutions. 9. Performing diligent risk analysis on complex and long-term projects through the bidding stage [Identification and quantification of risks].10. Developing Technical and Financial modelling processes for new products, and support efforts to automate analytical tools to improve timely and accurate information sharing11. Participating in commercial negotiations by developing and recommending ways in which both GEHC and Customer risks can be mitigated.12. Ensuring business objectives are met in the bidding process through close interactions with sales, service, legal and finance functions throughout the bidding phase13. Running financial models in order to price long-term financed projects & estimated margins for the business, linking the risk profile with the appropriate price premiums.14. Supporting discussions with funding partners (IFS & external Banks) to provide financing solutions for complex and long-term projects.15. Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals, and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this job type/position.As a part of outcomes-delivery, help ensure success by:1. Working with the client s finance team and the ES Delivery team to define specific financial metrics, establish sound baselines, and build robust tracking tools2. Developing models which allow the client and the delivery team to project the impact of planned projects3. Creating client-ready, user-friendly financial performance reports which can be shared with internal and external stakeholders4. Helping delivery team members understand how their activities impact health system financial statements5. Serving as an internal expert and resource for understanding healthcare financials
Industry Type :
Power Generation / Power Distribution / Energy / Nuclear Energy
Functional Area :
Accounts / Taxation / Audit / Company Secretary
Desired Candidate Profile
Bachelor s Degree in Finance, Accounting, or Economics
Minimum 5 years of healthcare finance experience
Minimum 5 years of financial analysis experience
Experience in constructing and reviewing financial models including DCF valuation, scenario planning, and capital planning
Experience in developing and analyzing financial statements
Strong analytical and problem solving skills, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills
Clear thinking / problem solving: successfully led projects and process improvements.
Knowledge of software packages including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Experience communicating with and presenting executive leaders
Ability to cope with tight deadlines, across multiple projects
Willingness to travel up to 80% of the time
Healthcare financial consulting, M&A or private equity experience
Master s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration or Hospital Administration
Health system operations experience