The Americas Controller will be responsible for the accounting and financial reporting activities for the Americas region, regional governance and compliance, policy, and internal client relations. Reporting directly to the Americas Chief Accounting Officer.
The Controller is responsible for planning, forecasting, analysis, management reporting, accounting operations, and internal controls and compliance for the Mechanical sales division. In addition, the Controller supports the VP and General Manager, providing support on matters relating to the performance, capital and other resource allocation decision analysis, and financial processes for the Mechanical business.
Provide sound financial analysis, financial planning tools and economic decision making support to the business leader and their management team. Key areas of focus include pricing, revenue and gross margin, selling and administrative expenses, working capital and other key performance indicators (KPIs).
The position will require a tactical, hands-on approach over the first year. You will partner closely with the CFO to review current processes and bring well formulated recommendations of change to the table. Directly managing a team of five plus, you will review the current talent and organizational structure to ensure the corporate accounting function is positioned to succeed.
As a Manufacturing Controller, you will partner with site management teams to track operating costs, perform standard cost revisions, maintain accuracy of expenditures, and contribute to P&L and balance sheet preparation.
Responsible for ensuring that financial statements are prepared and presented in accordance to current GAAP. Oversee accounting process to ensure all standard entries and invoices are appropriately recorded for the month end on schedule.
In this role, the selected candidate works with the Operations/Plant Manager, and is a member of the local Operations Team, engaging and supporting the team to ensure productivity and financial goals are met.
The primary responsibility of the Controller is to provide financial management and leadership to increase the value of the company and maintain, through continuous improvement initiatives, a financial function which provides a competitive advantage.
The Controller is responsible for the companys financial and accounting policies, systems and processes, treasury, tax and regulatory requirements, internal controls, ongoing financial modeling, payroll, account receivables/payables and annual business plan.