Company Name : HP
JoB Title : Financial Analyst
Location : Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Job Id : 3045229
Experience : 2-4 Years
Provides moderately complex financial analysis that is either transactional or analytical for a financial function or a business.
Establishes and maintains relationships with business leaders to actively ensure financial analysis needs are met.
Handles more complex business issues.
Provides analytics to business initiatives.
Develops a deeper understanding of HP’s financial processes and a detailed knowledge of the business.
Education and Experience Required:
First level university degree with a focus in business or economics recommended or equivalent experience.
Typically 2+ years of experience as a financial analyst.
May have experience in more than one finance function.
Knowledge and Skills:
Basic understanding of accounting processes and principles.
Good analytical skills.
Good business application skills (e.g., Microsoft Excel).
Good communication skills.
Good teamwork skills.
About Us :
We are in a multi-year journey to turn HP around, and we have put in place a plan to restore HP to growth. We know where we need to go, and we’re making progress.We continue to drive product innovation in our core markets, with a focus on cloud, security, and big data. We see big opportunities ahead, and we are well positioned to take advantage of these opportunities with our remarkable set of assets and strengths. We have the people, the plan, and the foundation in place to help us succeed on the next phase of the journey.”
Bill and Dave became friends when they were both engineering students at Stanford. After graduation, Dave took a job with General Electric and moved to Schenectady, New York, where he married his college sweetheart Lucile Salter in 1938. But he and Bill stayed in touch. The two were encouraged by their former professor Fred Terman to start a technology company of their own.
Taking a leave of absence from his job at GE, Dave and his new bride drove to California with a used drill press (an important piece of equipment for the new venture) in the rumble seat. Bill scouted for places where the newlyweds could live. He found the ideal rental at 367 Addison Avenue in Palo Alto for $45 per month. Dave and Lucile would live in the downstairs flat, while Bill would bunk in a tiny backyard shed where there was indoor plumbing and just enough room for a cot. But what made the property truly perfect for their needs was the small garage that the landlady told them they could use as a workshop.