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Turner Construction

Treasury - Financial Analyst

Construction and Extraction


Full Time

On Site


New York, New York, United States

Position to be performed from Turner's New York City office three (3) days a week and two (2) days remotely. Position Description: This position is responsible for operations in the Treasury group including daily cash management functions, banking relations, supply chain finance activities, support role for various monthly and quarterly Treasury projects. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Cash Management:Retrieve and reconcile previous day & current day bank account activity.Report balances for money market accounts including daily purchase/redemption of funds. Review and approve wire transfers in coordination with another Treasury department staff member.Update and maintain wire transfer templates.Responsible for check deposits for HQ and work with banks to issue certified checks for Business Units.Manage ACH debit exceptions in bank portals.Monitor and forecast cash liquidity levelsBanking Relations:Responsible for opening and closing bank accounts for Treasury and BU’s.Including Investment, Operating, Joint Venture, Project Specific, and Escrow accounts.Maintain bank account database including signer updatesAdministrator for online banking portals to maintain and update user access including BUs and CFC.Supply Chain Finance:Responsible for project enrollment in Turner’s Accelerated Payment Program (APP).Responsible for daily file APP file funding. Ad Hoc Functions:Monitor Dunn & Bradstreet reports, portal access and produce annual DNB letter.Maintain Bank Scorecard and Credit Rating Matrix.Provide analytical support for strategic initiatives.Monitor interest rates across bank group and manage interest income forecast.Lead Joint Venture Account management process with banks including account and user setup. Update Know Your Customer compliance requests by Banks. Other activities, duties, and responsibilities as assigned.