• Levis, QC, Canada
  • Full-time
  • Type de candidature: Externe
  • Department: Performance programmes
  • Type de contrat: Temps complet

Company Description

Chantier Davie Canada Inc. is Canada’s largest shipbuilding and repair yard. Based on values such as success, dynamic, accountability and relationship.
You have a taste for adventure and want to start an exceptional career in an environment where you will have the opportunity to grow.
Come support the nation with us. We build and repair Canadian ships for the Department of National Defence, Transport Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard.

Job Description

As a Financial Analyst Director, you will be responsible for the preparation, analysis and presentation of financial information to enable the management team and internal customers to understand the current and projected financial performance of current, completed and planned naval projects. This information is used to understand the financial risks associated with projects and to develop action plans to hedge against threats or seize identified opportunities and maximize the financial performance of naval projects. This information will be prepared and delivered efficiently by maximizing existing and future digital and technological levers. The incumbent will also be responsible for collaborating with other teams involved in the training and understanding of the financial performance of naval projects, and for defining and implementing the processes leading to an effective and efficient organization. 

More specifically, you will:  

  • Develop the financial evaluation methodology that will allow Davie to have retrospective and prospective financial information on all completed, ongoing and projected naval projects. The evaluation methodology will allow to determine the future investments of the organization;
  • Determine and create profitability indicators for the organization and present the dashboard;
  • Analyze and report financial information in order to extract the most relevant elements and trends and to be able to carry out a complete and prioritized risk analysis;
  • Support the continuous improvement team by carrying out financial assessments of the various projects in order to identify project prioritization criteria;
  • Carry out the financial value analysis based on the income statement and the cash flow statement;
  • Comply with and participate in the budget, annual closing and forecasting cycles;
  • In collaboration with the IT team, integrate and develop digital and technological levers in order to offer the most complete, intuitive and interactive information possible to users of information;
  • Ensure that the information prepared and presented is documented and may be subject to internal and external audits.


  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting with a chartered professional designation (CPA), an asset;
  • MBA, an asset;
  • Minimum of 5 to 10 years of experience in financial analysis positions;
  • Excellent knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods;
  • Excellent proficiency of the MS Office suite;
  • Digital agility and, notably, familiarity with ERP and Power BI environments;
  • Strong leadership and organizational skills;
  • Ability to work well as part of a large team that includes the client, project teams and other functional teams;
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with superiors, colleagues, internal and external individuals;
  • Bilingualism, an asset;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, manage interruptions and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment while producing quality work.
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