We are a publicly traded multinational Group, among the worldwide leaders in the online travel industry and we operate a portfolio of well-known brands such as lastminute.com, Volagratis, Rumbo, weg.de, Bravofly, Jetcost and Hotelscan
Every month, the Group touches 45 million users across all of its websites and mobile apps (in 17 languages and 40 countries) who search for and book their travel and leisure experiences with us. A team of more than 1,200 passionate people enjoy working with us, supporting our mission to provide a comprehensive and inspiring offering of travel related products and services.
lastminute.com group is looking for a Cost Reconciliation, Allocation and Recover Analyst for its Business Accounting Control and Analysis team based in Chiasso.
Key Responsibilities will include
Manage daily activities related to the supplier payment and related reconciliation
The monitor of profitability by single order
Production of analysis and reports for the management, analysing quantitatively and qualitatively all the processes related to Reconciliation, Allocation and Recover of Cost
Giving insights according to KPI’s highlighting critical situations or areas of improvement
Support other departments (Operations, Product, IT…) in order to improve processes according to the evolution of the business
Day by day activities and team coordination
Skills and Experience
Degree in Economics
Fluency in English
Analytical and reporting skills
2+ years of experience in Finance / Planning and Control department
Deep knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite, in particular Excel, with good skills in pivot tables, formulas…
Knowledge of GSuite (in particular Google Slide, Google Docs)
Other languages will be considered a plus (French, Spanish)
A proactive attitude focused on "problem solving" is required, to have a spirit of adaptation in order to be able to get the required result.
Ability to face complexity and attention to detail, with an analytical approach
Curiosity, enthusiasm and passion for continuous improvement
“Can do” approach