Embark on a career in a global treasury organization
Johnson & Johnson, one of the world’s largest, most innovative healthcare companies, has a strong presence of its treasury finance organization based in Belgium. The Johnson & Johnson Treasury organization is a corporate function of the J&J group.
Best-in-class – We are the bank of choice for our 400+ affiliates. Whenever they require operational or strategic treasury services, we provide them. We strive to add value whenever the expertise of our center of excellence is called upon.
360° treasury services – We are responsible for cash management, netting, payments, working capital & project/acquisition funding, in-house banking, financial markets insights, hedging currency, interest exposure, ...
Truly global – The J&J Treasury Services group consists of Corporate Treasury Services (based in the US) and Regional Treasury Services (based in EMEA, US, Latin America & the Asian Pacific Region). The Global Treasury Services Center completes that picture, based in Belgium, but providing services for all branches and affiliates worldwide.
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Treasury Accounting is the center-of-excellence for J&J worldwide. It provides standardized treasury accounting, reporting and analysis processes across all Treasury Centers.
Risk Control and Compliance is the transactions backbone of the treasury organization. We carry out all processing of treasury transactions (FX, money market, intercompany loans, etc.) worldwide.
Harnessing sophisticated internal processes and systems, the Exposure Management team looks after J&J’s worldwide currency position.
The Global Settlements team takes care of all commercial payments, both within the J&J group and to third-party vendors and suppliers.
The Cash Management team is responsible for our intercompany lending activities. This includes providing working capital, investments and acquisitions where needed.
The Regional Treasury Services Center (RTSC) is first contact and business partner in supporting J&J operating companies in the EMEA-countries. Our job involves cash management, bank relations, foreign currency risk, capital structure management, dividend repatriation and divestitures.
- A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required, with no more than 2 years relevant business experience in an international environment
- Proven financial, analytical, and digital skills with focus on results
- Strong communication skills and ability to work within a team
- Comfortable working in ambiguity
- Flexible, pro-active, and able to work under tight deadlines
- Proficiency in written and verbal communication in English
- Self-motivated and keen to grow and develop
- A passion to drive innovative solutions