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2500 Windy Ridge Parkway, Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Salary Exempt (United States of America)
Altium Packaging, Our Culture Differentiates Us!
We incorporate our Guiding Principles into all aspects and at all levels of the organization and use them as a framework for decision-making. We believe our Guiding Principles foster a culture of excellence that benefits both employees and customers.
Our Guiding Principles
The Corporate Development Associate / Sr. Associate will play a key role in executing inorganic growth activities for Altium Packaging ("Altium"). The person in this role will be involved in the entire execution of acquisitions, identification through integration, and other strategic initiatives, and must have the ability to present complex financial data in a thoughtful, dynamic, and organized way that can be easily translated into financial impacts for the Senior Leadership Team and Board of Directors. Additionally, the role may also include the opportunity to perform ad-hoc project work with business units on organic growth topics. The role reports to the Vice President of Corporate Development.
Support the company's growth strategy through identification, evaluation, and execution of potential acquisitions and other strategic initiatives. Workstreams may include strategic planning, market assessments, business assessments, due diligence, valuation, contract negotiation, and post-closing integration and performance tracking
Ownership of dynamic, scenario-based financial modeling and economic analyses to support business growth strategies
Assisting in the preparation of diligence analyses, investment theses, acquisition briefing materials, and Board approval decks.
Collaboration and communication across business unit leadership teams and other capability leaders
Monitor and share competitive business intelligence (i.e., competitor earnings, related transactions, emerging technologies/processes) for Altium's core markets
Bachelor's degree in Economics, Finance, Accounting, or related quantitative discipline
1-3 years of experience in an investment banking or corporate finance role with strong knowledge of accounting principles and M&A execution experience
Understanding of valuation methodologies: DCF, LBO, precedent transaction, comparable
Demonstrated quantitative skills and experience in financial statement analysis, financial modeling, valuation, and economic analysis
Highly proficient with Microsoft Office® suite products, especially PowerPoint (ability to create and modify business presentations) and Excel (ability to create complex spreadsheets, pivot tables, and complex models)
Sound commercial judgement, comfortable dealing with ambiguity, and able to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively, both verbally and in writing
Ability to interact, collaborate, and influence internal/external parties/advisers and build relationships across all levels
We Believe in Rewarding our Most Important Resource - Our People!
We show our commitment to Total Rewards by providing a competitive, comprehensive benefits package. In addition to medical, dental and vision plans, company holidays and vacation days, tuition reimbursement, learning and training opportunities, bonus potential, and a 401(k) plan with company contributions, Altium Packaging locations offer rewards and recognition programs and opportunities to make a difference in the community.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Take your career to the next level at Altium Packaging!