location / Princeton, New Jersey
date posted / 07/19/2016
job description / Client Finance Analyst, MRM//McCann

Core Duties/Responsibilities

Client Finance Analyst


MRM//McCann in Princeton is seeking a Client Financial Analyst to assist the Client Financial Manager. This individual will assist the CFM with their clients and help with a multitude of tasks. These tasks will include:

  • Update and monitor Vantage: jobs, estimates and rate cards
  • Run and analyze WIP Reports
  • Assist with client invoicing
  • Monitor profitability of projects, flag cost overruns
  • Ad hoc reports


Required Skills/Knowledge/Experience

Requirements include:

  • Excel Skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Excellent communication abilities
  • Detail oriented individual
  • Amazing follow through


At MRM, Relationship is our Middle name.


MRM//McCann is a leading customer relationship agency that leverages the power of creativity, the beauty of data, and the magic of technology to nurture, encourage and sustain strong relationships between brands and their customers – in turn, creating meaningful experiences for people, while driving business results.


We employ the most innovative talent in the industry to digitally drive the transformation of our clients’ businesses and provide creative solutions to help brands grow meaningful relationships with people.


Do you excel when working in a team? Are you fascinated by the endless possibilities that technology brings to marketing? Are you ready to transform our world?


If so, you will thrive in our culture based on the Important Things We Believe (I.T.W.B.s)

  1. Ideas power everything
  2. We’re Better Together
  3. We’ll figure it out
  4. Complexity can be managed
  5. It only counts if we deliver
  6. Technology is magic


We love our diverse workplace! MRM//McCann is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria.