WithumSmith+Brown, PC Transaction Advisory Healthcare Manager in New York, New York
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We are currently accepting applications for a Manager in Transaction Advisory Services for our Healthcare clients that will support our firm nationwide. As a Manager you will be a vital member of the team managing and executing financial diligence project work. You will:
Manage and coordinate financial due diligence engagements
Focus on quality of revenue for provider and payer transactions for our corporate and private equity healthcare clients
Coordinate with client management on diligence focus areas and provide real-time communications of issues and deal considerations
Conduct discussions regarding business performance and forecast assumptions with senior team management
Create and tailor analyses of target financial data to identify valuation and contractual matters for consideration in evaluating quality of earnings, normalized working capital, and items affecting future cash flows
Write reports that set out our findings and recommendations around the key financial and business issues in a transaction
Identify integration, separation and post-transaction transition issues
Engage in relevant marketing and business development activities
Develop and mentor other team members and contribute to the ongoing development of M&A best practices
Skills and attributes for success:
Project management of financial due diligence engagements
Ability to analyze financial and operational results of businesses to be acquired or sold through reviewing accounting records, understanding the drivers of the business and conducting interviews with management
Constantly researching industry trends and technologies, as well as seasonality and cyclicality on cash flow requirements to provide knowledge and insight to clients
High competencies with data interrogation techniques using excel and/or other software packages
To qualify for the role you must have:
A bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and 4+ years of related (M&A) work experience; supported by an active CPA certification
Experience with healthcare clients
Significant public accounting experience
Excellent analytical skills and the confidence to translate complex data into meaningful insights
The ability to prioritize effectively on projects and the skills to adapt quickly to new challenges and concepts
Excellent negotiation and influencing skills, and the ability to develop long-lasting relationships both internally and externally
Must be willing and able to travel up to 40% on short notice
Ideally, you’ll also have:
A proven record of excellence in a mergers or acquisitions transactions role
Experience gained within another large professional services organization
Established networking skills in a relevant industry
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