Mooresville, North Carolina

**Business Unit Finance Director – Omni**

**Job Summary:**

The primary purpose of the Finance Director is to lead the financial governance of our Omni businesses including Marketing, eCommerce and Omni fulfillment. This role will play a critical role shaping Lowe’s transformation & expansion as an Omni retailer through creating transparency and insights to new market opportunities and interconnect financial outcomes. The Finance Director will provide leadership to the enterprise/business unit in translating the strategic and business planning assumptions into financial outcomes. This role also develops and communicates financial insights, measures of success, and ensures data driven decision-making as it relates to the enterprise strategy. The Finance Director is a partner with the senior business management, aligning on the identification, evaluation and execution of financial strategies. This includes responsibility for regular and ad hoc financial reporting and analysis, measurement scorecards, identifying and mitigating risks and managing a team of professionals.

**Key Responsibilities:**

+ Responsibility includes but is not limited to leading financial workstreams: establishing forecast processes; leading KPI/OKR measurement framework; proactively identifying optimization opportunities; leading prioritization & tradeoff efforts; implementing & governing the full customer & initiative life cycles.

+ Provides finance leadership and guidance around the enterprise/ business unit strategic components to SVP/VPs and leverages specialized knowledge within Finance to identify areas of opportunity and risk. Makes financial and business recommendations to SVP/VPs that impact the organization’s ability to achieve strategic and financial objectives.

+ Leverages the Financial Centers of Expertise to provide financial insights to aid in decision making, identification of financial risks and opportunities and analysis of performance drivers.

+ Provides the financial consolidated point of view of the business strategy as it integrates into the overall run the business activities highlighting risks/opportunities and provides input on recommendations to address.

+ Directs the analysis and preparation of certain deliverables for senior management and the Board of Directors relating to the portfolio, long-range plan and annual operating plan, linking strategy and intent to financial outcomes and measures of success. May communicate deliverables to senior management.

+ Oversees the financial planning and forecasting processes for the senior management of the business, leveraging the appropriate data elements for markets and industries to support the evaluation of strategic options and alternatives.

+ Leads and develops a team to ensure financial best practices are implemented and followed, financials results are accurately recorded, reported and analyzed to identify insights for decision making. Creates a culture of risk intelligence and identification of success measures aimed at driving enterprise execution.

+ Consults with the senior financial leadership, as needed, when discussing key impacts related to the long-term strategy; maintains responsibility for strategy focused on one to three-year horizon.

**Required Education/Experience:**

+ Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or other quantitative field

+ 8 years of experience in a finance or analytical role

+ 3 years of experience directly leading others

+ 5 years of experience in strategic financial modeling and analysis

**Preferred Education/Experience:**

+ Master’s Degree and/or MBA

+ 7+ years of experience in financial analysis, accounting, modeling and strategy consulting for business

+ 7+ years of leadership experience with direct report responsibility

+ Demonstrated experience leading cross-functional teams

+ 5+ years demonstrated experience working closely with senior leadership (VP and above)

**About Lowe’s:**

Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) is a FORTUNE® 50 home improvement company serving approximately 20 million customers a week in the United States and Canada. With fiscal year 2020 sales of nearly $90 billion, Lowe’s and its related businesses operate or service more than 2,200 home improvement and hardware stores and employ over 300,000 associates. Based in Mooresville, N.C., Lowe’s supports the communities it serves through programs focused on creating safe, affordable housing and helping to develop the next generation of skilled trade experts. For more information, visit .

**About Lowe’s in the Community:**

As a FORTUNE® 50 home improvement company, Lowe’s is committed to creating safe, affordable housing and helping to develop the next generation of skilled trade experts through nonprofit partnerships. Across every community we serve, Lowe’s associates donate their time and expertise through the Lowe’s Heroes volunteer program. For the latest news, visit or follow @LowesMedia on Twitter.


Lowe’s is an equal opportunity employer and administers all personnel practices without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, gender, age, ancestry, national origin, mental or physical disability or medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other category protected under federal, state, or local law.

Mooresville, North Carolina

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At Lowe's, our commitment to recognize, honor, and respect those who serve in our country's military is rooted in our history and informs the decisions we make today:

  • Lowe's was founded on the heels of World War II, by veteran Carl Buchan, whose leadership and vision helped us grow from a small hardware store in Wilkesboro, NC, into the FORTUNE 100® company we are today.
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We regularly participate in a variety of military-sponsored events and job fairs across the country, looking for more people to join the Lowe's team of military veterans. At more than 14,000 strong, our military veteran employees work in roles across our organization, from management to retail and customer support. And we demonstrate our appreciation for them in many ways, including:

  • A 10% discount to all veterans during Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Veterans Day weekends; and a 10% discount every day to all active, reserve, retired and disabled veterans who carry a valid, military-issued photo ID card.
  • Regular support for the military and the USO, including recent refurbishments to 16 USO centers across the U.S., to help welcome home our returning troops.
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