Dell Global Ops Financial Planning & Analysis- Lead - Logistics and Transformation Cost in George Town, Malaysia

The Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) lead role is responsible for reporting and analyzing Global Fulfillment and Logistics (GF&L), Supply Chain savings programs and overall Transformation Cost (TC). The individual will play a key role in the communication and interaction with GFL Finance and Ops, PG team, Cost Planning team around financial outlooks and actual quarterly performance.

Key responsibilities include:

  • FP&A team Lead for Global Fulfillment & Logistics, Supply Chain savings program and TC

  • Lead Annual Plan exercise and manage the quarterly Outlook and Actuals reporting cycles

GF&L lead:

  • Partner with controllers on savings initiatives and opportunities

  • Run key analysis of logistics metrics

  • Present the financials results to GO leadership and act as the key finance contact

  • Drive continuous process improvements to streamline reporting/communication and provide better visibility to our financial performance with clear linkage to the P&L

  • Act as an E2E advisor to the business proactively analyzing potential financials risks/gaps and work with partners to mitigate

TC lead:

  • Product TC cost analysis to support business on new initiative (eg new product launch, supply chain initiatives etc)

  • Lead the overall TC adder refresh during AOP cycle, analyze P&L impact

  • Work closely with Cost Planning team on TC adder cost loading


  • Master’s degree in Business ,Finance or Accounting; CPA or CIA qualification preferred

  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in Audit, Controls & Compliance, Finance, Accounting or related fields.

  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, Office, PowerPoint

  • Previous Excel modeling and FP&A experience preferred

Key Skills:

  • Effective People Manager – Able to lead & motivate the team; develop Talent

  • Drive for Results – Deliver on commitments in a timely manner; proactively work on process improvements and understanding the business.

  • Change management – Ability to adapt to a dynamic business environment and challenge status quo. Initiate elimination of non-value-add activities.

  • Strong communication/interpersonal skills a must (verbal, written and presentations). Must have ability to articulate the key message and drive decisions.

  • Must possess strong business acumen and work well in a team setting