Westchester, IL 60154
Industry: Manufacturing & Automotive•
11 - 15 years
Posted 32 days ago
ob Summary: Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, leads all company financial functions including Accounting, financial reporting, internal controls, tax capital expenditure reporting and supports other financial functions such as: P&L analysis, budgeting, planning, and forecasting. Ensure all financial reporting is accurate, external filings are completed on a timely basis and can be used to make sound financial decisions. Overseeing a strong internal control program and ensure compliance with SEC, FASB, PCAOB, SOX/ 404 and other regulations. Perform all duties assigned by the Chief Financial Officer and work with key external constituents. Must know, practice, and ensure that company policies and procedures and state and federal laws are followed at all times. Ensure that no company, employee, or customer information is inappropriately divulged to unauthorized parties.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Establish and maintain accounting principles, practices, procedures, and initiatives.
Prepare financial reports and present findings and recommendations to the Chief Financial Officer.
Supervise timely, accurate completion of all financial reporting in accordance with GAAP and other standard regulations. Oversee and monitor internal control systems.
Supervise capital expenditures processes and manage related cash flows of the company in coordination with Corporate Treasurer.
Oversee outside independent auditor relationship including negotiation of fees.
Contribute to decision making on new business initiatives.
Coordinate and prepare internal and external financial statements and ensure accurate and timely filings.
Coordinate activities of external auditors.
Providing management with information vital to the decision-making process.
Evaluating accounting, internal control systems, accounting software and supporting database, as needed.
Develop and monitor key business performance metrics.
Liaison between corporate finance and subsidiary management, in relation to the implementation of new processes and policy changes. Ensure proper follow-through on all directives and initiatives from the Chief Financial Officer. Promote effective communication with all departments, business units, related companies, and employees within the Corporation.
Provide leadership and development opportunities to the other management and senior employees with emphasis on succession planning.
Maintain positive employee relations and morale while practicing sound leadership and human relations principles to promote teamwork at all times.
Educational Requirements and Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance required and must be a Certified Public Accountant. A minimum of ten (10) years post college degree experience required. Three (3) years with corporate or similar work experience, preferably in a public company environment. Previous public accounting strongly experience is preferred. Excellent leadership and communication skills a must.
Valid Through: 2019-10-15