Teledyne Technologies

  • Financial analyst

    Locations NL-Eindhoven
    Requisition ID
    Teledyne DALSA Semiconductor
  • Company Overview

    Teledyne DALSA Professional Imaging is located in Eindhoven and is part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (Thousand Oaks, California). Teledyne DALSA focuses on developing, assembling and selling digital image sensors for applications in the medical and industrial market.

    Position Summary and Responsibilities

    Teledyne Dalsa has an immediate opening for a Financial Analyst, reporting to the Director of Finance based in Eindhoven.


    In this role you will:

    • Transform data into useful management information, financial reporting and analysis;
    • Consolidate (financial) BU reporting;
    • Provide support in ensuring that timely and accurate reporting is completed;
    • Ensure Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance is maintained;
    • Assist in audits internally, with Deloitte and on tax matters;
    • Prepare forecasts and budgets;
    • Complete revenue recognition, checklists, contract reviews and POC auditing;
    • Identify various areas of improvement and drive efficiency of business operations;
    • Prepare ROI calculations on investments;
    • Provide ad-hoc management support.


    To be successful in this role, you will:

    • Have 5-10 years of experience in a similar position, preferably in an international business environment;
    • Hold a university degree in Economics or International Business Administration;
    • Have a background in Management Accounting and Control;
    • Have knowledge of US-GAAP standards;
    • Be fluent in Dutch and English;
    • Have knowledge of Excel and preferably ERP systems, such as BAAN;
    • Be solutions driven and have a strong attention to detail;
    • Have a pro-active and flexible approach;
    • Hold strong analytical skills;
    • Demonstrate strong communication skills and we able to work well within a team.




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