The Plant Finance Manager position manages and coordinates the administrative and financial functions of the plant. You will communicate financial results with your plant and Beverage and Packaging North and Central America finance team. This is an individual contributor role (no direct reports) reporting into corporate finance and dotted line to the plant director.
Relocation is available for this position. Excellent benefits including Pension, 401K match and Stock!
- Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure work environment. This includes correcting unsafe acts/conditions and participating in plant safety meetings and inspections as necessary.
- Provides administration and supervision of the plant accounting function as directed.
- Performs or manages monthly accounting close and communicates results to plant operations team and the POC finance team.
- Performs or manages the metal verification, reconciliation and inventory processes.
- Monitors adherence to SOX and internal control policies for all plant functions.
- Develops plant spending forecasts for annual operating plans, monthly POV, and additional frequencies as necessary.
- Analyzes spending trends to identify and track cost cutting measures.
- Participates in the development, documentation, and implementation of standard work processes.
- Supports BPNCA Finance and IMS initiatives as directed by management.
- May assist in preparation of AFE forms and submits FA-100, 200 and 220 forms as necessary.
- Maintains and ensures data integrity in the ERP system through proper item set-up, manufacturing accounting review and issue resolution.
- Participates and assists with physical inventories and reconciliation.
- Manages the plant payroll process.
- Responsible for managing and developing the Plant Administrative Coordinator and in select locations, Plant Accountant.
- 3+ years job related experience with cost accounting for manufacturing
- Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Finance preferred
- Working knowledge of business principles, legal practices, accounting practices, budgeting principles, computer information systems and generally accepted managerial practices and procedures.
- 5% of travel