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Date:  May 8, 2023
Job Req ID:  13623
Category:  Finance
Country/Region:  DE
City:  Hamburg
Workplace:  Hybrid

Title:  Senior Analyst Finance Germany (m/f/d)



Are you ready to make an impact at a global company? We’re looking for a Senior Analyst Finance Germany (m/f/d) within the Finance department to hit the ground running in Hamburg, Germany and drive financial visibility and insights on the German customer P&L. Act as business partner of the Sales team to improve customer profitability while ensuring accuracy of our actuals & forecast figures.




You can look forward to flexible working hours, our modern office in downtown Hamburg and other great benefits such as bike leasing, fitness benefit, company pension plan, subsidized public transport ticket and Sodexo meal vouchers.

This role takes part in Locate for Your Day, Kellogg’s hybrid way of working that empowers office-based employees to, in partnership with their managers, find a balance between working from home and the office.



  • Support the Finance Manager and the Sales team to deliver against the short- and medium-term financial goals by providing financial visibility, insights and guidance.
  • Lead the month-end and year-end process for Germany, ensuring SOX404 compliance for trade accounts and being responsible for the relation with internal and external auditors.
  • Interact with the German Sales teams to ensure precise reflection of customer conditions in our trade system K-TIE and perform spot checks to ensure correct invoicing to customers.
  • Support the Finance Manager in the preparation of the financial forecast (until GP) for Germany at customer level, understand and be able to explain the drivers of change vs PY and vs Target. Continuously improve the accuracy of our monthly financial forecasts.
  • Support Sales with the preparation of the internal monthly customer meetings (CDTs) by issuing reports and providing insights on financial performance.
  • Be active member of Continental Europe Finance Analyst team, sharing DACH best practices and learning from peers.
  • Own your career by having the possibility to lead ah-hoc project work as further development opportunity



  • Degree in Management, Accounting, Finance or related field AND 1-2 years post-graduate work experience with month-end closing and controlling.
  • Strong communication skills to finance and non-finance counterparts. Ready to collaborate in a multifunctional and international team environment.
  • Be able to work independently and proactively, accurately but also result-oriented. Be open to learn.
  • Working knowledge of US GAAP and Sarbanes-Oxley S404.
  • Professional experience / advanced knowledge of MS Excel and SAP.
  • Languages: Fluent German (speaking and writing). Proficiency English level.
  • International mobility is preferred



After you apply, your application/CV will be reviewed by a real recruiter. This means it could take us a little while to get back to you so watch your inbox for updates. In the meantime, visit our How We Hire page to get insights into our hiring process and how to best prepare for a Kellogg interview.


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Kellogg Company is a multibillion-dollar company with over 30 thousand employees all over the globe. We’re proud of our rich and vibrant history and our iconic brands – foods that you grew up with like Crunchy Nut, Corn Flakes, Special K, as well as innovative foods such as Pringles and Pop-Tarts. Today, remaining relevant in an ever-changing world requires a culture of innovation and inclusion, and an appetite for challenging the norm. At Kellogg, you’ll find this is in our DNA. We’re proud to say we’ve been awarded Fortune’s “World’s Most Admired Companies”, DiversityInc’s “Top 50 Companies for Diversity”, Newsweek’s “Most Loved Workplaces”, and many more awards that you can check out here.

To become part of our story requires a commitment to a team that demands the best you’ve got to give. In return, you get to make a meaningful contribution towards how we shape the future, ensuring better days for our planet, our people and our communities. We strive to create a world where people are not just fed but fulfilled and a workplace where everyone is empowered to be their true selves.


We’re results oriented and we ask you to live up to the best you can be. This means you’ll be excited and afraid of the opportunities all around you in equal measure. We’re passionate and incredibly proud of our inclusive culture that balances understanding, accountability and challenge at every step of your journey, for as far as you want to progress. It’s the challenge of a high-performance culture combined with a team first mentality that drives us all forward and brings us closer together.  We can be tough, but we’re always kind. We’re at our best when we push each other to become better, recognising and rewarding gr-r-reatness along the way.


Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion have been part of our DNA since the beginning. Clearly stated in our Code of Ethics “we have respect for individuals of all backgrounds, capabilities, and opinions.” We believe that equity is more than leveling the playing field. It is making sure barriers, both tangible and intangible, are removed. We’re a foundation member of the Leading Executives Advancing Diversity (LEAD) Network, dedicated to meaningfully accelerating gender parity and driving inclusion in the European retail & Fasting-Moving Consumer Goods value chain. We’re proud that we’ve reached 50:50 gender parity for all leadership roles ahead of our 2025 target.


There’s a seat for everyone at our table. It’s up to you to make yours count.


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