Financial Analyst (Temporary)

Twist BioScience
Job Location
San Francisco, CA
Job Description

Reporting to the Business Controller, the financial analyst’s primary role will be to assist in the development of Twist’s annual and 3 year financial plan.  In addition, ad hoc analytical and/or reporting projects might be assigned as well.  The ideal individual will be a team player with strong excel modeling and data manipulation skills (pivot tables, vlook-up, etc.).  In addition, the successful individual will have experience in working with functional management to develop forecasts and/or budgets.

Major responsibilities:

Financial forecast / annual planning support

  • Partner with selected cost center owners to develop and refine budgets
  • Ensure forecast model has been updated with actual results
  • Modify forecast model to reflect any management structure and/or business segment changes that have occurred since the last forecast cycle
  • Assist in updating forecast model to accurately generate sensitivity analyses at management’s request
  • BA or BS degree in finance/accounting or related discipline
  • Effective oral and written communication skills with an ability to work independently
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Solid understanding of GAAP
  • Minimum of four to five years of relevant professional experience with a focus on forecasting and budgeting
  • Exposure to SAP would be helpful
  • Experience working for a manufacturing company would be a plus 
How to Apply
About Our Organization

About Twist Bioscience

At Twist Bioscience, our expertise is accelerating science and innovation by leveraging the power of scale. We have developed a proprietary semiconductor-based synthetic DNA manufacturing process featuring a 10,000-well high throughput silicon platform capable of producing synthetic biology tools, including genes, oligonucleotide pools and variant libraries. By synthesizing DNA on silicon instead of on traditional 96-well plastic plates, our platform overcomes the current inefficiencies of synthetic DNA production, and enables cost-effective, rapid, high-quality and high throughput synthetic gene production, which in turn, expedites the design, build, test cycle to enable personalized medicines, pharmaceuticals, sustainable chemical production, improved agriculture production, diagnostics, biodetection and data storage. For more information, please visit Twist Bioscience is on Twitter. Sign up to follow our Twitter feed @TwistBioscience at

Twist Bioscience is an equal opportunity employer.

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