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Opportunities at Archbishop Quigley Center / Cardinal Meyer Center / Other Pastoral Center Departments

Posted 2/4/2022

Job Title:

Senior Financial Planning and Analysis Analyst




Archbishop Quigley Center
835 N. Rush St.
Chicago, IL 60611-2030


Full time


The Archdiocese of Chicago is the third largest diocese in the United States and serves more than 2.2 million Catholics in The Archdiocese, pastored by Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, has more than 15,000 employees across its ministries, including Catholic Charities, the region’s largest nonprofit social service agency. The Archdiocese also has one of the country’s largest seminaries. The Archdiocese’s elementary and secondary schools comprise one of the largest U.S. private school systems.

Position Summary:                                                            

Supports a moderate APC operation and/or supports Manager FP&A in major/moderate operation(s) including Annual and long-range budgeting process, Management Reporting and trend analysis, financial performance reporting, analysis and review process and ad-hoc analyses.  Participate in initiatives to streamline, automate, and properly control the FP&A function and underlying APC operations.


  • Develop deep understanding of the underlying operations and drivers for the budgets. Lead and manage the annual budgeting process including, guidelines, systems and tools, change tracking, and review and approval.  Lead and manage the long-range planning process including, guidelines, systems and tools, change tracking, and review and approval. 
  • Manage and operate the management reporting and analysis process, including reports and variance analysis, trend analysis, corresponding systems and tools, and review process with operating management for the major/moderate operation(s) supported.  Work with the operations supported to develop appropriate plans to manage financial issues and opportunities and achieve budgets. 
  • Leverage the budgeting and management reporting processes to drive accountability and financial control and help ensure the APC operation supported meets financial targets.  
  • Participates in the operation of enterprise-wide FP&A processes (e.g., annual budgeting) and enterprise-wise infrastructure (e.g., OneStream)
  • Identify, design and develop opportunities to improve FP&A processes and systems, maximizing the use of automation. 
  • Supports initiatives to streamline, automate, and properly control the FP&A function.
  • Supports goal setting and achievement process.
  • No formal supervisory responsibility
  • Travel (0 – 10%) to attend meetings at other AoC locations in the Chicago metropolitan area including Quigley, Myers, USML, PRMMA, etc. (dependent on support roles assigned to each Sr. Analyst)



  • 5+ years of experience in financial accounting and reporting and/or FP&A.
  • Undergraduate degree in Finance/Accounting, with a preference for advanced degrees in accounting, finance or business.
  • CPA and/or MBA are desirable.
  • Experience in not-for-profit organizations is preferred.
  • Strong experience in FP&A, with demonstrated business acumen and financial analysis capabilities.
  • Initiative-taking-ability to assume independence and suggest opportunities for continual improvement.
  • Ability to synthesize data and information into key messages, implications and recommended actions.
  • Strong interpersonal skills-ability to build confidence and trust.
  • Comfortable with high change environments and turnaround environments.
  • Strong ability to set priorities in a complex environment while meeting priority goals and objectives.
  • Cross-functional consensus-building and coordination ability, particularly with non-Finance functions.
  • Strong detail orientation and willingness to engage in detail as necessary, without sacrificing the overall perspective.
  • Major financial systems experience is desirable:  Microsoft Office suite; Lawson G/L or comparable, Hyperion/OneStream
  • Major/moderate project experience.
  • Demonstrated high integrity and ethics in all operations and responsibilities
  • Affinity for mission-driven, not-for-profit organizations and a commitment to serving the Catholic Church in the Chicago area.  Must demonstrate understanding, respect and support for Catholic Church teaching, mission and values.  Hiring preference will be given to candidates who are Catholic.

The Archdiocese of Chicago is in the midst of exciting changes as we renew our local Church. With a variety of opportunities to contribute your professional talents and experience, we invite you to consider any of our current openings at We offer competitive salary and benefit packages, as well as opportunities for professional and personal growth and development.

If you are interested in being considered for this opening, please visit the list of open positions on AppliTrack. Please complete a letter of interest, a profile, or submit your resume.

Thank you for your interest in the Archdiocese of Chicago.

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