In this role, the selected candidate must be capable of successfully providing financial leadership and management for a publicly traded manufacturing plant, which includes inventory costing, inventory control, manufacturing COGS & variance reporting, quick period-end closes, and financial & SOX audit support.
The Product Controller team (sometimes referred to as Line of Business Control) function is primarily responsible for ownership of the balance sheet and P&L from a process/policy standpoint and direct relationship with the sub-LOB business units.
Primary function of the Controller is to provide leadership and coordination of company financial planning, debt financing, and budget management as well as the accounting and payroll department functions. Ensure company accounting and payroll procedures conform to generally accepted accounting principles.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the financial stewardship of the plant financial statements, including ensuring the provision of adequate internal controls and safeguarding of assets.
In this role, you will direct the activities of financial and cost accounting groups of the finance department in the preparation and maintenance of company books and records for parent and subsidiary operations.
As Controller, you will manage Accounts Payables and Accounts Receivables, and work with department managers to develop standard costs; support financial analysis for contract negotiations and product investment decisions.
The Plant Controller has responsibility for leading all finance and accounting activities for the manufacturing plant. This includes financial analysis, forecasting, closing, internal controls and related activities.
In this role, the selected candidate will be preparing of monthly financial package to management team, preparing and analyzing the monthly balance sheet reconciliations, prepare journal entries, manage daily and month end system cycles, cash flow forecasting, oversight of accounts payable team.
The Controller manages the Accounting department to ensure that it is providing effective and efficient service to the operating groups and other customers, that employees are fully supported, and that the group improves its performance.
The Project Controller is responsible for ensuring that all capital programs and projects are controlled to ensure cost and schedule efficiency, from Phase 2 to close out, to proactively provide valuable input to Project Management for decision making purposes