This position provides accounting support to the production facility including cost accounting, inventory control, accounts payable, payroll, billing, and preparation of plant financial and other control reports. Supervises the maintenance of manufacturing, inventory, and finished goods ledgers and cost accounting activities.
The Branch Manager provides professional leadership in all aspects of Branch Management including but not limited to Market Development, Sales Execution, Operational Excellence and the Development and Training of Sales Representatives, Supervisors and General Workers.
Communicate issues impacting daily operations to the HCM teams and provide updates on resolution; work with Managers to ensure performance issues are resolved and communicate any identified business impact.
Research new accounting guidance and exposure drafts, independently assess implications, train & communicate with the business divisions and functional departments that are impacted, and manage a timely implementation plan.
Maintain a positive labor and employee relations environment at the plant by counseling managers and employees on human resource policies and rules, identifying and resolving problems or recommending courses of action.
This position is responsible for planning, leading, guiding, directing, and managing a large or multiple business unit site consistent with policies and procedures of as well as with Federal, state and local law.
Ensure that tools are developed and implemented for monitoring and measuring those areas determined to be major risks to minimize exposure; coordinate with business process owners and control owners to ensure all SOX requirements are met.
Performs research, supports pilots, and investigates potential solutions to help anticipate the business needs and communicates solution recommendations that support business requirements to business partners.
Attends product reviews to compare the execution of the written specs and gain insight into what drives variances and yield to the standards; collaborates with R&D and operations on new products and cost savings initiatives.
This position is responsible for planning, leading, guiding, directing, and managing a specific plant or area of a plant consistent with policies and procedures of as well as with Federal, state, and local law.
This position manages, directs and coordinates the Human Resource policies and programs covering several of the following: labor relations, wage and salary administration, orientation and training, benefits and employee services.
The Inventory Control Manager is accountable for all aspects of inventory control including researching reasons for inventory discrepancies and directing product rotation. This position also supervises on-site Cycle Counters.
This position is responsible for assisting in the planning, leading, guiding, directing and managing a specific plant or area of a plant consistent with policies and procedures of as well as with Federal, state, and local law.